Der Steppenwolf Von Hermann Hesse Lekt Reschl Ssel Mit Inhaltsangabe Interpretation Pr Fungsaufgaben Mit L Sungen Lernglossar Reclam Lekt Reschl Ssel Xl

Author: Georg Patzer
Publisher: Reclam Verlag
ISBN: 3159612600
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Die bewährten Helfer bei der Vorbereitung auf Unterrichtsstunden, Referate, Klausuren und Abitur präsentieren sich mit neuen Inhalten und in neuer Gestalt − differenzierter, umfangreicher, übersichtlicher! * Präzise Inhaltsangaben zum Einstieg in den Text * Klare Analysen von Figuren, Aufbau, Sprache und Stil * Zuverlässige Interpretationen mit prägnanten Textbelegen * Informationen zu Autor und historischem Kontext * Didaktisch aufbereitete Info-Graphiken, Abbildungen und Tabellen * Aktuelle Literatur- und Medientipps Ganz neue Elemente sind: * Prüfungsaufgaben und Kontrollmöglichkeiten * Zentrale Begriffe und Definitionen als Lernglossar Hermann Hesses »Steppenwolf", 1927 erschienen, beschreibt die späte Selbstfindung des fast fünfzigjährigen Außenseiters Harry Haller. Aufgrund vieler Parallelen zu Hesses Leben wird die Erzählung oft autobiographisch als Hesses »Seelenbiographie" gedeutet. Das Buch ist einer seiner bekanntesten und erfolgreichsten Romane.

Hermann Hesse Bibliographie

Author: Jürgen Below
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110923173
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Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) is one of the most important and widely read German writers of the 20th century. There is an enormous amount of critical and theoretical secondary literature on him, and this volume provides the first complete up-to-date bibliography of these writings. The bibliography includes some 25,000 titles of German and international secondary literature and classifies them systematically under headings such as biography, individual works, letters, processes of reception at home and abroad etc. The bibliography aims for completeness and is superior to earlier works both in the number of entries and the relevance of the titles included. Thus it represents the most comprehensive reference work on more than 100 years of research and reception. Extensive summary of German and international secondary literature on the life and work of Hermann Hesse with over 25,000 bibliographical entries Indispensable tool for future Hesse research Documents 100 years of research and reception history Includes easy-to-use indices of names and works

A Companion To The Works Of Hermann Hesse

Author: Ingo Cornils
Publisher: Camden House
ISBN: 1571133305
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New essays on the works and themes of Hesse, one of the most perennially relevant and widely-read German authors.

Siddhartha

Author: Hermann Hesse
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
ISBN: 8184958595
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Siddhartha, a young man, leaves his family for a contemplative life but soon becomes restless and discards it for pleasures of the flesh. He is quickly bored and sickened by the unending lust and greed, moves on again. Near despair, he comes to a river where he hears a unique sound. This sound signals the true beginning of his life – the beginning of suffering, rejection, peace and, finally, wisdom Hermann Hesse’s beautiful rendition of the journey of a young man during the times of the great Gautam Buddha is not just an evocative piece of art but also a work of mystery offered to the reader to solve for himself. Hermann Karl Hesse was a German-born Swiss poet, novelist, and painter. His best-known works include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha and The Glass Bead Game, each of which explores an individual’s search for authenticity, self-knowledge and spirituality. He received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1946.

Effi Briest

Author: Theodor Fontane
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191663182
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'I loathe what I did, but what I loathe even more is your virtue.' Seventeen-year-old Effi Briest is steered by her parents into marriage with an ambitious bureaucrat, twenty years her senior. He takes her from her home to a remote provincial town on the Baltic coast of Prussia where she is isolated, bored, and prey to superstitious fears. She drifts into a half-hearted affair with a manipulative, womanizing officer, which ends when her husband is transferred to Berlin. Years later, events are triggered that will have profound consequences for Effi and her family. Effi Briest (1895) is recognized as one of the masterpieces by Theodor Fontane, Germany's premier realist novelist, and one of the great novels of marital relations together with Madame Bovary and Anna Karenina. It presents life among the conservative Prussian aristocracy with irony and gentle humour, and opposes the rigid and antiquated morality of the time by treating its heroine with sympathy and keen psychological insight. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

The Broken Jug

Author: Heinrich von Kleist
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719006678
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Undertones Of Insurrection

Author: Marc Weiner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351300709
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A basic tenet of literary studies is that aesthetic structures are politically significant because they represent an artist's response to the political implications of cultural codes with which the recipient of the modern work is also acquainted. This tenet provides the basis for the ideological associations attending the appearance of music in the modern German narrative. With his understanding of the arts as involved in often unacknowledged ideological forces within a culture, Marc Weiner's Undertones of Insurrection bridges the gap between the "New Musicology's" rewarding infusion of modern cultural and literary theory into the study of music, politically insightful examinations of narrative structures in the modern novel, and the methodologically conservative area of musical-literary relations in Germanic Studies. In other words, the questions it raises are different from those pursued in most examinations of music and literature, because previous works of this kind concerning the literature of German-speaking Europe have often disregarded social concerns in general, and political issues in particular.Ranging from 1900 to Doctor Faustus (1947), Weiner study sets the stage by examining public debates that conflated such issues as national identity, racism, populism, the role of the sexes, and xenophobia with musical texts. In the literary analyses that follow, Weiner discusses both obvious connections between music and sociopolitical issues--Hesse's equation of jazz and insurrection in Steppenwolf--and covert ones, the suppression of music in Death in Venice and the use of politically charged musical subtexts in Werfel's Verdi and Schnitzler's Rhapsody. By uncovering the ideological agendas informing cultural practice in modernist Germany, Undertones of Insurrection calls for a reevaluation of the function of music in the modern German narrative.