"Sich erbittend ew'ges Leben" : sieben Essays zu Goethes "West-östlichem Divan" / Young-Ae Chon.

Author
Chŏn, Yŏng-ae [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
German
Published/​Created
  • Göttingen : Wallstein Verlag, [2017]
  • ©2017
Description
180 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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Young-Ae Chon, a professor at the University of Seoul, is one of the most prominent Germanists in her homeland. She has published numerous studies on German literature, has submitted a number of translations of German poetry into Korean and has also made a name for herself as a poet. In 2011, she received the Goethe-Gesellschaft's highest honor in Weimar, the Golden Goethe Medal, for her services in conveying German and Far Eastern culture. Her essays on Goethe's "West-Eastern Divan," which she herself translated into Korean, are a reflection of her profound knowledge as well as her sensitivity to poetic texts. The real and imaginary itineraries that inspired Goethe's poetry are explored. In this way, the reader is given access to Goethe's early poetry, as only a genuine poet from another cultural area can succeed
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Essays.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Goethes Rhein-Main-Reisen, eine Heimkehr in die Weltpoesie : zur Dreifachkodierung des Reisens
  • "Eins und doppelt", vielface Wechselspiele: zum Buch Suleika
  • Des Dichters freie Blick in eine sich erweitende Welt: zur Realitätsbewätigung im Buch des Unmuths
  • Hafis-Bezüge und die orientalischen Komponenten: zu Liebe, Wein, und "Geist"
  • "Dreytausend Jahre" in der Hand des Dichters: Zeit-Darstellung im Prosa-Teil Besserem Verständniss
  • "Jede Zeile soll unsterblich Ewig wie die Liebe sein": zur Poetologie in den Gedichten
  • Unendliches Gespräch mit der Ewigkeit: latente Religiosität: zum Schlaf der Siebenschläfer
ISBN
  • 9783835330269 ((hd. bd.))
  • 3835330268 ((hd. bd.))
OCLC
1007132650
International Article Number
  • 9783835330269
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