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  1. [Rezension zu:] Šebestová, Irena (Hg.) (2013): Interkulturelle Dimensionen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur. Ostrava: Filozofická fakulta Ostravské univerzity v Ostravě, 176 S., ISBN 978-80-7464-227-2
    Erschienen: 29.09.2016

    Rezension zu: Šebestová, Irena (Hg.) (2013): Interkulturelle Dimensionen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur. Ostrava: Filozofická fakulta Ostravské univerzity v Ostravě, 176 S., ISBN 978-80-7464-227-2 mehr

     

    Rezension zu: Šebestová, Irena (Hg.) (2013): Interkulturelle Dimensionen in der deutschsprachigen Literatur. Ostrava: Filozofická fakulta Ostravské univerzity v Ostravě, 176 S., ISBN 978-80-7464-227-2

     

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    Quelle: GiNDok
    Sprache: Deutsch
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    ISBN: 978-80-7414-779-1
    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830)
    Sammlung: Praesens Verlag
    Schlagworte: Deutsch; Literatur; Interkulturalität
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  2. Der Mantel des Königs : zum symbolischen Gehalt von Ottokars Prunkmantel in Franz Grillparzers Trauerspiel 'König Ottokars Glück und Ende'
    Erschienen: 25.02.2021

    Clothing plays an important role in the tragedy 'König Ottokars Glück und Ende' by the Austrian dramatist Franz Grillparzer - however, this role has not yet been adequately explored. Coats, jackets, helmets and garters are not mere props in the play;... mehr

     

    Clothing plays an important role in the tragedy 'König Ottokars Glück und Ende' by the Austrian dramatist Franz Grillparzer - however, this role has not yet been adequately explored. Coats, jackets, helmets and garters are not mere props in the play; sometimes they are elevated to the level of symbols which can (and indeed must) be interpreted. Two types of garment play a particularly important symbolic role: Emperor Rudolf's grey jacket (jerkin) and King Ottokar's gold-embroidered coat. The King's coat is a symbol of his power and authority, yet it also evokes his alienation from his Bohemian subjects. It can also be interpreted as an allusion to the French Emperor Napoleon, whose features are clearly transferred into the figure of Ottokar.

     

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    Schlagworte: Grillparzer, Franz; König Ottokars Glück und Ende; Mantel <Motiv>; Symbol; Napoleon I., Frankreich, Kaiser
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  3. Wartburg, Wartburgfest, "Wartburg-Zeit" : Richard Wagners "Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg", die Bildmetapher "Wartburg" und ihre Anwendungsmöglichkeiten in der deutschen (Literatur-)Geschichte Wagnerův "Tannhäuser a zápas pěvců na Wartburgu", metafora "Wartburg" a moţnosti jejího uţití v německých (literárních) dějinách Wagner's "Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg", the metaphor "Wartburg" and the possibilities for its use in German (literary) history

    Hrad Wartburg v Durynsku je jedním z nejvýznamnějších památníků německé kultury. Jeho jméno je spojeno s dějinami minnesangu stejně jako s historií německé reformace. Ve Wagnerově opeře 'Tannhäuser' se však tento hrad stává především symbolem,... mehr

     

    Hrad Wartburg v Durynsku je jedním z nejvýznamnějších památníků německé kultury. Jeho jméno je spojeno s dějinami minnesangu stejně jako s historií německé reformace. Ve Wagnerově opeře 'Tannhäuser' se však tento hrad stává především symbolem, metaforou, za níţ se skrývá tradiční německá "Kultura" (tak jak ji definoval např. Thomas Mann ve svých 'Betrachtungen eines Unpolitischen'). Novější německé dějiny znají hned několik epoch, v nichţ hrály hodnoty reprezentované wagnerovským Wartburgem významnou roli – wilhelmovská "Druhá" stejně jako – ještě radikálněji – Hitlerova "Třetí říše". Cílem tohoto příspěvku je objasnit na příkladu německé literatury, jak "wartburské" tyto doby byly a jak reálné je zrcadlo, které Wagner se svým 'Tannhäuserem' nastavil (německému) světu. Wartburg castle in Thuringia is one of the most important sites in German culture. Its name is linked with the history of Minnesang and the German Reformation. In Wagner's opera 'Tannhäuser', however, the castle functions primarily as a symbol, a metaphor, representing traditional German "Culture" (as defined by Thomas Mann in his 'Betrachtungen eines Unpolitischen'). Modern German history included two eras in which the values represented by the Wagnerian Wartburg played a key role: the "Second Reich" of Wilhelm II and the even more radical "Third Reich" of Hitler. This paper discusses, using German literary examples, how 'Wartburgian' these eras were, and how realistic was the mirror held up by Wagner to the (German) world in his 'Tannhäuser'.

     

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    Schlagworte: Wartburg; Wagner, Richard / Tannhäuser
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  4. Hamlet oder Die lange Wartburg-Nacht nimmt kein Ende : die westdeutsche Literaturlandschaft der Nachkriegs- und frühen Adenauer-Zeit aus der Sicht des Re-Emigranten Alfred Döblin Hamlet or The long night at Wartburg never ends : The literary scene in West Germany in the immediate post-war period and during the first Adenauer years as viewed by the re-emigrant Alfred Döblin

    The theme of Wagner's opera 'Tannhäuser' is the conflict between the artist and society, between nonconformism and servility to the dictates of a regime, with all its dogmas and taboos. This theme remains real and 'modern' to this day, and it has... mehr

     

    The theme of Wagner's opera 'Tannhäuser' is the conflict between the artist and society, between nonconformism and servility to the dictates of a regime, with all its dogmas and taboos. This theme remains real and 'modern' to this day, and it has been acted out several times in German history. 'Truth fanatics' – artists, academics and intellectuals – have repeatedly been ostracized, boycotted or mocked. One such figure was Alfred Döblin, nowadays a half-forgotten novelist who returned to post-war Germany after several years of exile to participate in the country's spiritual regeneration. Döblin's novel 'Hamlet oder Die lange Nacht nimmt ein Ende' – begun during the writer's Hollywood exile – can be viewed as a work of 'Trauerarbeit' – a way of dealing with the Nazi past. This paper examines the questions asked by Döblin and the problems he faced in the nascent Federal Republic of Germany, using his 'Hamlet' as a source of illustrative examples. Wagner's 'Tannhäuser' – a work to which Döblin was strongly drawn – serves as a framework.

     

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  5. Deutsch als Sprache der Privilegierten : zur literarischen Darstellung der deutsch-tschechischen Kontroversen unter Přemysl Otakar II. am Beispiel von Franz Grillparzer und Nina Bonhardová German as the language of the privileged : on the literary depiction of Czech-German conflicts during the reign of the Přemyslid King Otakar II in the works of Franz Grillparzer and Nina Bonhardová

    The Přemyslid King Otakar II is one of the most prominent figures in Czech (and Central European) history. However, he is also a highly controversial figure, primarily due to his unflagging support for the German-speaking communities on his... mehr

     

    The Přemyslid King Otakar II is one of the most prominent figures in Czech (and Central European) history. However, he is also a highly controversial figure, primarily due to his unflagging support for the German-speaking communities on his territory, which figures such as František Palacký considered to be excessive. The theme of German medieval colonization and Czech/German coexistence naturally appears in literary works dealing with Otakar's life. The Austrian dramatist Franz Grillparzer's play "König Ottokars Glück und Ende" is no exception. The topic of German colonization is relatively peripheral within the work, however the brief scene featuring the King and the burghers of Prague (who protest at Prague Castle against the expulsion of the Czechs and the settlement of Germans in their place) so incensed the Czech literary scene that the work has still not yet been translated into Czech. This article aims to analyze the scene in question, comparing Grillparzer's drama with the novel "Královský úděl" by the Czech author Nina Bonhardová.

     

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    Schlagworte: Sprachpolitik; Otakar <II., Böhmen, König>; Deutsch; Tschechisch; Grillparzer, Franz / König Ottokars Glück und Ende
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