Lyrik Und Narratologie: Text-Analysen Zu Deutschsprachigen Gedichten Vom 16. Bis Zum 20. Jahrhundert

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Overview

Lyric poetry is usually regarded as a genre in its own right, delineated from narrative and dramatic texts. This publication intends to use categories from narrative theory to develop the argument that poems also display basic characteristics seen as indicative of the narrative (in particular, the perspectivized presentation of sequentially ordered events). The results are firstly significant revisions of genre-theory, and secondly a considerable extension and precision in processes of textual analysis - including the use of scheme theory as used in cognitive psychology.
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"Dass Fragen offen bleiben, ist im modellhaften Ansatz der Studie angelegt. Gerade diese Offenheit trägt mit zum anregenden Charakter des vorliegenden Bandes bei."Carola Grube in: http://www.iaslonline.de/ "In den umfangreich dargestellten erzähltheoretischen Untersuchungsansätzen haben die Autoren damit ein – als Basis und Erweiterung für die darauf folgende Lyrikanalyse – sehr gut geeignetes und empfehlenswertes Lehrbuch zusammengestellt."Maren Conrad in: http://kult-online.uni-giessen.de/wps/pgn/home/KULT_online/21-2/
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783110193213
  • Publisher: De Gruyter
  • Publication date: 3/28/2007
  • Series: Narratologia Series , #11
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Jörg Schönertund Peter Hühn,Universität Hamburg; Malte Stein, Hansa Kolleg Hamburg.
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Table of Contents


Einleitung: Theorie und Methodologie narratologischer Lyrik-Analyse   Peter Huhn   Jorg Schonert     1
Paul Schede (Melissus): Lied   Jorg Schonert     19
Andreas Gryphius: An die Welt   Jorg Schonert     33
Johann Christian Gunther: An Leonoren   Jorg Schonert     45
Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock: Die Verwandlung   Malte Stein     59
Johann Wolfgang Goethe: Harzreise im Winter   Malte Stein     75
Friedrich Holderlin: Andenken   Peter Huhn     99
Joseph von Eichendorff: Nachruf an meinen Bruder   Jorg Schonert     113
Heinrich Heine: Im Hafen   Jorg Schonert     131
Annette von Droste-Hulshoff: Am letzten Tage des Jahres (Sylvester)   Jorg Schonert     145
Theodor Storm: Geh nicht hinein   Malte Steln     159
Conrad Ferdinand Meyer: Stapfen   Peter Huhn     175
Friedrich Nietzsche: Der Freigeist   Jorg Schonert     185
Hugo von Hofmannsthal: Manche freilich...   Jorg Schonert     197
Rainer Maria Rilke: Requiem   Peter Huhn     209
Bertolt Brecht: Terzinen uber die Liebe   Jorg Schonert     227
Else Lasker-Schuler: Mein blaues Klavier   Jorg Schonert     241
Gottfried Benn: Du ubersiehst dich nicht mehr -   Peter Huhn     253
Ingeborg Bachmann: Im Zwielicht   Malte Stein     267
Paul Celan: Es war Erde in ihnen   Peter Hohn     281
Ilma Rakusa: Limbo   Malte Stein     295
Auswertung der Text-Analysen und Schlussfolgerungen zu den Aspekten von Narratologie, Lyrik-Theorie und Lyrik-Analyse   Peter Huhn   Jorg Schonert     311
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