6 edition of Henry von Ofterdingen found in the catalog.
Henry von Ofterdingen
|Statement||[by] Novalis [pseud.] Translated from the German by Palmer Hilty.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H2175 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||64015297|
Novalis, like Rousseau, makes an interesting contribution to the supreme realism that transcends the ordinary. Henry von Ofterdingen is an important landmark in the history of literature and the most distinguished work of its brilliant and tragic : $ Henry von Ofterdingen has ratings and 57 reviews. Il giovane Enrico rimane turbato dal racconto di uno straniero, che parla di questo fiore, da un colore. Enrico di Ofterdingen by Novalis at – ISBN – ISBN – Adelphi – – Softcover.: Enrico di Ofterdingen: In .
HENRY VON OFTERDINGEN. Novalis. Novel. Republication of the work first published in The young hero of this tale envisions a blue flower that represents desire, love, and the metaphysical longing for the infinite. He travels the world in pursuit of his dream, discovering that poetry is everywhere for those who can perceive it. Summary Heinrich von Ofterdingen by Novalis. Updated on Aug Slaven Cvijetic. more. Contact Author. Heinrich von Ofterdingen by Novalis (German edition) Chapter 1. Heinrich von Ofterdingen is the protagonist of the book. He lives in a village with his parents and is a student from a private teacher, who taught him already many.
“Heinrich von Ofterdingen” by Novalis in German (yellow book) and the English translation, “Henry of Ofterdingen”. I was again enthralled by the novel; this time by the Dedication part of the story, which has now made one of my most favorite poems. Read "Henry of Ofterdingen, a Romance" by Novalis available from Rakuten Kobo. This translation first published in According to Wikipedia: "Novalis was the pseudonym of Georg Philipp Fried Brand: Seltzer Books.
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Henry von Ofterdingen book. Read 68 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Henry von Ofterdingen was a legendary middle aged poet.
Novalis, a poet and philosopher of Early German Romanticism, perpetuated this legend in a very lyric novel. The author tries to depict a world of perfect harmony due to the power of poetry and love. Difficult, anyway it worth the effort/5(8). *Henry von Ofterdingen* is a *Bildungsroman*; that is, a novel detailing the education and development of a particular individual.
In this case, that person is a medieval poet. The reader follows Henry on an overland journey that slowly awakens in him his profound poetic gifts/5. Editions for Henry von Ofterdingen: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published i.
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Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C. Lewis and George R. Martin. This edition features a Life of the Author and an Afterword by Ludwig : Dover Publications.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Heinrich von Ofterdingen. Responsibility: Novalis ; translated. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. Henry of Ofterdingen: A Romance by Novalis, Ludwig Tieck, Friedrich von Schlegel europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English.
Book Pages: Other articles where Heinrich von Ofterdingen is discussed: Novalis: His mythical romance Heinrich von Ofterdingen (), set in an idealized vision of the European Middle Ages, describes the mystical and romantic searchings of a young poet.
The central image of his visions, a blue flower, became a widely recognized symbol of Romantic longing among Novalis’s fellow Romantics. Buy Henry Von Ofterdingen: A Romance by Novalis, Ludwig Tieck (Introduction by) online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Author Friedrich von Hardenberg ― better known as Novalis (–) ― was a poet and philosopher who worked closely with Friedrich Schlegel and Ludwig Tieck.
Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C. Henry von Ofterdingen is an important landmark in the history of literature and the most distinguished work of its brilliant and tragic author.
Titles of related interest from Waveland Press: Goethe, Gotz von Berlichingen: A Play (ISBN ); Hauptmann, Three Plays [The Weavers, Hannele, and The Beaver Coat] (ISBN ); and /5(K).
NOVALIS i.e. Friedrich von Hardenberg, ( – )‚Heinrich von Ofterdingen‘, published posthumous An Ode to Poetry and Poets, from the Great German Romantic first, the novel, when young Heinrich sets out to travel and discover the world, the story appears very much inspired by Goethe’s ‘Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre’/5(30).
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Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C. Lewis and George R. Martin. This edition features a Life of the Author and an Afterword by Ludwig Tieck.
/5(7). Author Friedrich von Hardenberg ― better known as Novalis (–) ― was a poet and philosopher who worked closely with Friedrich Schlegel and Ludwig Tieck. Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C.
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