From Gottsched to Goethe

Changes in the Social Function of the Poet and Poetry

Marvin Bragg Taal: Engels

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A study beginning with the formative influence of Lutheranism, as interpreted by Thomasius and Wolff, upon German society. The ethical and aesthetic motivation of the poet, accordingly, was to instruct the average reader in a moral structuring of his life. Literature, quite willingly, held to these constraints. However, a growing awareness of the aesthetic dimensions of literature began almost immediately in the objections of Bodmer & Breitinger to Gottsched's first formulations. Klopstock and Lessing marked the final overcoming of the tenets of the Enlightenment. Hamann and Herder provided the theoretical basis of a new aesthetic revolution, but the culminating accomplishment was provided by the literary example of Goethe. With Goethe, Germany had captured the impetus of world literature.
ISBN
9780820401324
Vorm
Gebonden
Uitgever
Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Druk
1e
Verschenen
01-01-1984
Taal
Engels
Pagina's
161 pp.
Genre
Literaire non-fictie
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