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America in Imaginative German Literature in the First Half of the Nineteenth CenturyAuthor: Paul Weber. American literature - American literature - The 19th century: After the American Revolution, and increasingly after the War ofAmerican writers were exhorted to produce a literature that was truly native.
As if in response, four authors of very respectable stature appeared. William Cullen Bryant, Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, and Edgar Allan Poe initiated a great half century. German literature - German literature - The 19th century: The early years of German Romanticism have been aptly termed the theoretical phase of a movement whose origin can be traced back to the Sturm und Drang era and, beyond Germany itself, to the French philosopher and writer Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
An interest in individual liberty and in nature as a source of poetic inspiration is a common. established a German colony (see Paul C. Weber, America in Imaginative German Literature in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, New York: Columbia University, ).
Paul Wilhelm, Duke of Württemberg, visited New Orleans during his travels in the newFile Size: KB. America's artistic achievements in the first half of the nineteenth century. Virtually all the distinguished historians of early-nineteenth-century America came from. New England. In early-nineteenth-century America APUSH Chapter 15 Multiple Choice 24 Terms.
emmaleahmaria. Chapter 15. Paul Carl Weber has written: 'America in imaginative German literature in the first half of the nineteenth century' -- subject(s): German literature, Exoticism in literature, History and criticism. All of these new religous denominations helped shape America's religous life into a more varied, liberal place.
What educational developments occurred in the first half of the nineteenth century. The curriculum in schools was expanded for the the R's, and several schools opened that strayed from the traditional learning atmosphere and subjects.
Middle High German proper runs from the beginning of the 12th century, and in the second half of the 12th century, there was a sudden intensification of activity, leading to a year "golden age" of medieval German literature referred to as the mittelhochdeutsche Blütezeit (–).
This was the period of the blossoming of MHG lyric poetry, particularly Minnesang (the German variety of. 7Paul C. Weber, America in Imaginative German Literature in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century (New York, ), pp.
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: Imagination and History: Selected Papers on Nineteenth Century German Literature (): Jeffrey L. Sammons: BooksAuthor: Jeffrey L. Sammons. In the first half of the nineteenth century, an American national literature was born.
Naturally accompanying it was the first American reference work, Noah Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language, published in While Webster's work did not create American English, the dictionary did declare the independence of American usage.
The US History: The American past in Books is a thorough list covering nearly all of the American experience. The list begins with several general histories (the first book is an excellent US history textbook) before chronologically passing through every period of American history from start to finish, then ending on the history of US.
Pages in category "19th-century German literature" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). Nineteenth Century. During the first half of the nineteenth century, an era prior to the publication and popularization of natural selection as the mechanism for evolution, science—or, natural.
German literature in the 19th century was written against a background of political aspirations for nationhood, democracy and freedom of speech. Censorship and authoritarianism prevailed for much of the century. The medieval Holy Roman Empire (which had lasted in Europe for six centuries) came to an end after Napoleon’s defeat of Austria (at Austerlitz in ) and Prussia (at Jena in ).
Nineteenth-Century American Literature Lauren Berlant My work has focused on the affective components of belonging in the U.S. nineteenth and twentieth centuries—now the twenty-first: in particular, in relation to juridical citizenship, to informal and normative modes of social belonging, and to practices of intimacy as they absorb legal.
Twentieth-century literature is a narrow sampling from a limited pool of athors. Twentieth-century authors write more concisely with subtle imagery. Twentieth-century authors write with more humor, although their subjects are more complex. In the first half of the twentieth century, many American writers turned their attention to _____.
19th-Century America in Art & Literature In the United States, the nineteenth century was a time of tremendous growth and change.
The new nation experienced a shift from a farming economy to an industrial one, major westward expansion, displacement of native peoples, rapid advances in technology and transportation, and a civil war. Building on recent trends in the humanities and especially on scholarship done under the rubric of cultural transfer, this volume emphasizes the processes by which Americans took up, responded to, and transformed German cultural material for their own purposes.
The fourteen essays by scholars from the US and Germany treat such topics as translation, the reading of German literature in America.
Over the long nineteenth century, German book publishing experienced an unprecedented boom, outstripping by all other Western nations. Responding to the spread of literacy, publishers found new marketing methods and recalibrated their relationships to authors.
Technical innovations made books for a range of budgets possible. Yearbooks, encyclopedias, and boxed sets also multiplied. In Speaking with the Dead in Early America, Erik Seeman undertakes a year history of Protestant communication with the dead, from Elizabethan England to the mid-nineteenth-century United h prodigious research and careful analysis, he boldly reinterprets Protestantism as a religion in which the dead played a central role.
Late Nineteenth Century American Literature: The Age of Realism In the late 19th century, America was going through many changes. The Civil War had just ended, the country was on the verge of the industrial revolution, immigrants were coming to America in large numbers, and the middle class was on the rise.
avoiding the sensational and. Roger Williams, A Key into the Language of America () John Winthrop, "A Modell of Christian Charity" () Nineteenth Century American List. Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams () Louisa May Alcott, Little Women ().
Magazines of the Early Nineteenth Century and the Emergence ofAmericanLiterature This section looks at a few magazines that played a significant role in the development of American literature in the period roughly between and At the turn of the 19th century, Americans had been publishing magazines for six decades, a period in whichFile Size: KB.
Hegel influenced two of the most significant end of history theorists in the second half of the nineteenth century, Augustine Comte and Karl Marx. Their rigid materialism denied the existence of any sort of geist in the universe, but they maintained a linear, progressive interpretation of history, complete with an.
Dietheim Klippel is a leading scholar of German liberalism in the later eighteenth century He has suggested some of the political factors that have at different periods conditioned the acceptance of either a negatively — or sometimes a positively — charged concept of the German Sonderweg, or special path of historical evolution.
By exploring the significant influence of German theology, especially mediating theology, on American religious thought, this book sheds new and welcome light on nineteenth-century American Reformed theology.
It is the first full-scale examination of that influence on the Mercersburg theology of Emanuel V. Gerhart and the Princeton theology of Charles Hodge. Subjects: Colonialism 18th/19th Century History; February Alien Policy in Belgium, The Creation of Guest Workers, Refugees and Illegal Aliens Caestecker, F.
Belgium has a unique place in the history of migration in that it was the first among industrialized nations in Continental Europe to develop into an immigrant society. A third book might look at the view of Europeans towards the United States in the nineteenth century, centering on Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America but also incorporating the view of Victorian visitors to America, such as Charles Dickens or Oscar Wilde.
Another interesting perspective, and one which might warrant a book in its own.Most of the poetry of the century that has just closed has been romantic in the wider or looser acceptation of the term. Emotional stress, sensitiveness to the picturesque, love of natural scenery, interest in distant times and places, curiosity of the wonderful and mysterious, subjectivity, lyricism, intrusion of the ego, impatience of the limits of the genres, eager experiment with new forms.