Epistolare Subjektivität

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    Stiening, Gideon

    Epistolare Subjektivität

    Das Erzählsystem in Friedrich Hölderlins Briefroman "Hyperion oder der Eremit in Griechenland"

    [Epistolary Subjectivity. The narrative system in Friedrich Hölderlin's epistolary novel »Hyperion oder der Eremit in Griechenland«]

    Series:Frühe Neuzeit 105

      Aims and Scope

      Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843) only wrote one novel. After long hesitation and the consideration of a large number of alternatives, he finally published the work in the form of an epistolary novel. The study reconstructs the development of this literary project by subjecting for the first time all sections in the texts of the preliminary stages to a detailed examination. This perspective culminates in an interpretation of the final version based on the history of its genesis. The foundation for this approach is achieved by situating the text precisely and systematically in the philosophical, political, and literary contexts of the 1790s.

      23 x 15.5 cm
      ix, 518 pages
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      "Die Qualität und formale wie gehaltliche Sorgfalt dieser Studie lässt schon jetzt vermuten, dass es sich um ein Referenzwerk für alle künftige Hyperion-Forschung handeln wird."
      Andreas Dittrich in: Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie, 4/2007

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