Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg, M�nchen, Hamburg (Classic Reprint)

Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg, M�nchen, Hamburg (Classic Reprint)❰Epub❯ ➟ Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg, M�nchen, Hamburg (Classic Reprint) Author Friedrich Hebbel – Heartforum.co.uk Excerpt from Tageb cher, Vol Hamburg, Heidelberg, M nchen, Hamburg eiter m n che ich, ba auch mein iachla , be tehenb au meiner rre ponbena meinen agebuch Qlufeichnungm unb meinen diemoiren einer s Excerpt from Tageb cher, VolHamburg, Heidelberg, M 1: 1835-1839; Kindle Ô nchen, Hamburg eiter m n che ich, ba auch mein iachla , be tehenb au meiner Tageb�cher, Vol. ePUB × rre ponbena meinen agebuch Qlufeichnungm unb meinen diemoiren einer seit hinu tomme bie er mirb nicht blo ehr bebeutenb en onbern er mirb auch Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Epub Ú mich unb all gemein mirlen benn er umfa t bie gane ociale unb politi che elt, er farm aber freilich auch er t nach bem eobe er cheinenAbout the PublisherForgotten books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Christian Friedrich Hebbel was a German poet 1: 1835-1839; Kindle Ô and dramatistHebbel was born at Wesselburen in Ditmarschen, Holstein, the son of a bricklayer He was Tageb�cher, Vol. ePUB × educated at the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums Despite his humble origins, he showed a talent for poetry, resulting in the publication, in the Hamburg Modezeitung, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Epub Ú of verses which he had sent to Amalie Schoppe , a popular journalist and author of nursery tales Through her patronage, he was able to go to the University of Hamburg A year later he went to Heidelberg to study law, but gave it up and went on to the University of Munich, where he devoted himself to philosophy, history and literature In Hebbel left Munich and walked all the way back to Hamburg, where he resumed his friendship with Elise Lensing, whose self sacrificing assistance had helped him over the darkest days in Munich In the same year he wrote his first tragedy, Judith , published , which in the following year was performed in Hamburg and Berlin and made his name known throughout Germany In he wrote the tragedy Genoveva, and the following year finished a comedy, Der Diamant, which he had begun at Munich In he visited Copenhagen, where he obtained from King Christian VIII a small travelling studentship, which enabled him to spend some time in Paris and two years in Italy In Paris he wrote his fine tragedy of common life, Maria Magdalena On his return from Italy Hebbel met at Vienna two Polish noblemen, the brothers Zerboni di Sposetti, who in their enthusiasm for his genius urged him to remain, and supplied him with the means to mingle in the best intellectual society of the Austrian capital Hebbel s old precarious existence now became a horror to him, and he made a deliberate breach with it by marrying in the beautiful and wealthy actress Christine Enghaus, giving up Elise Lensing who remained faithful to him until her death , on the grounds that a man s first duty is to the most powerful force within him, that which alone can give him happiness and be of service to the world in his case the poetical faculty, which would have perished in the miserable struggle for existence This deadly sin, which, if peace of conscience be the test of action, was, he considered, the best act of his life, established his fortunes Elise, however, still provided useful inspiration for his art As late as , shortly after her death, he wrote the little epic Mutter und Kind, intended to show that the relation of parent and child is the essential factor which makes the quality of happiness among all classes and under all conditions equal Long before this Hebbel had become famous, German sovereigns bestowed decorations upon him in foreign capitals he was feted as the greatest of living German dramatists From the grand duke of Saxe Weimar he received a flattering invitation to take up his residence at Weimar, where several of his plays were first performed He remained, however, at Vienna until his deathBesides the works already mentioned, Hebbel s principal tragedies are Herodes and Mariamne Julia Michel Angelo Agn s Bernauer Gyges and His Ring Die Nibelungen , his last work a trilogy consisting of a prologue, Der geh rnte Siegfried, and the tragedies, Siegfrieds Tod and Kriemhilds Rache , which won for the author the Schiller prize Of his comedies Der Diamant , Der Rubin and the tragi comedy Ein Trauerspiel in Sizilien , are theimportant, but they are heavy and hardly rise above mediocrity All his dramatic productions, however, exhibit skill in characterization, great glow of passion, and a true feeling for dramatic situation but their poetic effect is frequently marred by extravagances which border on the grotesque, and by the introduction of incidents the unpleasant character of which is not sufficiently relieved In many of his lyric poem.

Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg,
    Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg, bem eobe er cheinenAbout the PublisherForgotten books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books Find at forgottenbooksThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work Forgotten books uses state of the art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 456 pages
  • Tageb�cher, Vol. 1: 1835-1839; Hamburg, Heidelberg, M�nchen, Hamburg (Classic Reprint)
  • Friedrich Hebbel
  • 21 May 2018
  • 0364593849

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