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Die alltägliche Romantik
Gewöhnliches und Phantastisches, Lebenswelt und Kunst
[The Romance of Everyday Life: The Familiar and Fantastic, the Lifeworld, and Art]
Ed. by Pape, Walter
In collab. with Burwick, Roswitha
Aims and Scope
Examining the role of everyday life for art and in art opens a new perspective on the Romantic era’s supposed struggle against the banalization of art. According to Pierre Bourdieu, everyday life and art face each other like the sacred and the profane. This volume examines the “lifeworld” and art, craft and conviviality, letters and the experiences of war, illness and food, as literary and artistic themes as realities of everyday life.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- xv, 321 pages
- 3 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Everyday culture; romance
- Literary scholars, cultural historians, art historians