The Poetry of Gottfried Benn: Text and Selfhood
Peter Lang, 2007 - 428 oldal
This book is the first comprehensive study of Gottfried Benn's poetry to appear in English. It covers the entirety of Benn's verse, from his early "Morgue" cycle (1912) and Expressionist poems through to the -anthropological- poetry of his middle period to the -postmodern- "Phase II" work after the Second World War. Against the background of the poet's theoretical writings, this study, drawing upon the classic texts of Benn scholarship, analyzes in detail the major themes of his verse and its distinctive idiom. In particular, this work focuses on Gottfried Benn's extended process of rhetorical self-fashioning, his use of classical iconography, color motifs and "chiffres," his often confusing historical semantics, the seemingly self-constituting -absolute- poem, and the colloquial idiom of his late verse. The book also engages with the multiplicity of voices in Benn's work and their varied textual forms, the hermeneutically variable positions of speech that they articulate and the often contradictory notion of selfhood to which they give rise."
Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt
Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
The Morgue Cycle
Rausch as Episteme 11
In Darkness Living
The Poetry of the Primal
Más kiadások - Összes megtekintése
achieved aesthetic alliteration anaphoric artistic assertive Benn's earlier Benn's persona Benn's poem Benn's poetry Benn's writing Blut caesuras central clear connotes consciousness creative cultural D-Zug death Die Aktion discourse earlier poems emotive enjambments erotic essay existential experience Expressionist final stanza Gedichte Gottfried Benn grammatical human iambic icons identity idiom inner Kunstproblematik latter Leben Leere letzte Liebe lyrical subject Manyoni Meer metaphor metaphysical metonymic metre mind modern Morgue cycle Nacht narrative nature nihilism notes Oelze Briefe ontology Palau paratactic pathos period perspective philosophy poem poem's poet poet's poetic persona possesses Rausch reader reality realm Reich Reininger represents rhetorical rhyming scheme Ronne schon Schutt second stanza selfhood semantic sense sentiments spirit stanza static stoicism structure Stunde symbol tetrametre thematic theme Theo Meyer Third Reich tief tone transcendence trochaic tropes ultimately unhappy consciousness verbs verse vision voice whilst Wodtke words Wort