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Madame de Staël, and the spread of German literature.
Emma Gertrude Jaeck
|Series||Germanic Literature and Culture, a Series of Monographs, ed. by Julius Goebel|
|LC Classifications||PT115 J25 1915|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 358 p. :|
|Number of Pages||358|
Madame de STAËL, Réflexions sur le procès de la reine, présenté et annoté par Monique Cottret, Paris, Les Éditions de Paris, , pages. [REVIEW] Dominique Godineau - - Clio "At Madame de Stael's this evening I meet the world," wrote early American statesman Gouverneur Morris, and British biographer Fairweather's expansive biography of Germaine de Staël (–
Madame de Staël (–) Corinne; or, Italy, by Madame de Staël. Corinne’s story is quite secondary, in the author’s intention, to her characterization of Italy, but it runs thus: Oswald, Lord Nelvil, an Englishman, while traveling in Italy, meets Corinne, artist, poet, and musician, with a mysterious past. On Germany (French: De l'Allemagne), also known in English as Germany, is a book about German culture and in particular German Romanticism, written by the French writer Germaine de promotes Romantic literature, introducing that term to readers in France and other parts of Europe. The book was published in , after the first edition of 10, copies, printed in , had been.
Madame de Staël apparently had less trouble finding fame--and respect--for her literary and political output, back in the 18th century. The kind of things I like in writing.” Tania books were simpler: mainstream commercial thrillers aimed at a female audience. Women take on male pseudonyms to appear serious and smart; men take on female. Madame de Staël and Madame Récamier were also different from one another in another way. They viewed love somewhat differently. In Madame Récamier’s case she reported that Prince Augustus was the only man who ever made her “heart beat,” but Madame de Staël was a great romantic.
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Excerpt from Madame De Staël and the Spread of German Literature Before discussing the merits of this work, it may be wise to consider first of all the true status of German literature when this book made its appearance.
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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Madame de Staël and the spread of German literature. New York, Oxford University Press, American Branch, (OCoLC) Named Person: Staël, Madame de: Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Emma Gertrude Jaeck.
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Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Murray, - German literature. 1 Review. Madame de Staël (Anne-Louise-Germaine) Full view - Common terms and phrases.5/5(1).
Madame de Staël (Anne-Louise-Germaine) Eastburn, Kirk and Company at the literary rooms, corner of Wall and Nassau-Streets., - German literature 0 Reviews. Madame de Staël's epic life, as recounted by biographer Francine du Plessix Gray, who gives us a lot more personal details so that it almost reads like a very exciting novel, is brilliantly, endlessly fascinating.
Madame de Staël's intelligence is honed with superior education by her passion for life. literature, philosophy, and politics/5(48). Germaine de Staël, in full Anne-Louise-Germaine Necker, Baronne (baroness) de Staël-Holstein, byname Madame de Staël, (born ApParis, Fr.—died JParis), French-Swiss woman of letters, political propagandist, and conversationalist, who epitomized the European culture of her time, bridging the history of ideas from Neoclassicism to Romanticism.
Œuvres complètes de Mme. la baronne de Staël, (17 vols., edited by Auguste-Louis de Stael) Dix Années d'exil, - Ten Years of Exile (translators: Doris Beik, ; Avriel H.
Goldberger, ) / Memoirs of Madame de Staël (edited by Lloyd E. Smith, ). Home} A.W. Schlegel} Madame de Staël: On German Literature – The Schlegels Part 2 of 2 Excerpt from DE L’ALLEMAGNE – “Germany” by Madame Germaine de Staél-Holstein (publishedthe John Murray translation).
Mme de Staël's most important legacy is as a writer, the author of two of the first great modern novels, Delphine and Corinne, as well as of an early major study of the French Revolution. The French-Swiss woman of letters and novelist Germaine de Staël [full name Anne Louise Germaine Necker, Baronne de Staël-Holstein, historically referred to as Madame de Staël] () greatly influenced European thought and literature with her enthusiasm for German romanticism.
Germaine de Staël was born Anne Louise Germaine Necker in Paris on. Staël, Madame de (Anne-Louise-Germaine),German literature -- 18th century History and criticism, Literature, Comparative Publisher New York: Oxford University Press, American Branch Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of.
Mme. de Staël’s book Germany () was seized by Napoleon before its publication but was published in Great Britain in The author’s opinions were inconsistent, but the work was the first to introduce into France the philosophy, culture, and literature of the German people and to.
The other, Madame de Staël’s Germany (), was a description of the new and thriving literature, philosophy, and popular culture in Germany. Napoleon prohibited the circulation of the book in France, but its message percolated French public opinion nonetheless. Two other sources of future light were the Idéologues, a group Read More.
De l'Allemagne by Madame de Staël, unknown edition, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Madame de Staël and the spread of German literature.
By Emma Gertrude Jaeck. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Staël, Madame de (Anne-Louise-Germaine),De l'Allemagne (Staël, Madame de), German. Madame de Staël (–) Germany (‘De l’Allemagne’), by the Baroness de Staël-Holstein (Anne Louise Germaine Necker) ().
One of the most remarkable examples in literature of the genius of woman opening new paths and executing efforts of advance with full masculine strength and energy. Madame de Staël and the Transformation of European Politics, – The International History Review: Vol.
37, No. 1, pp. Staël, Madame de, and Georges Solovieff (ed.) () Madame de Staël: Choix de textes thématique et actualité. Paris: Klincksieck [This invaluable text provides excerpts of Staël’s works under useful thematic headings].
Vallois, Marie-Claire () Fictions féminines: Madame de Staël et les voix de la ga, Cal: Anma Libri. Staël, Madame de (Anne-Louise-Germaine), Author: Müller, F. Max (Friedrich Max), Author: Wright, Orlando Williams, Note: New York, Derby & Jackson, Link: page images at HathiTrust: No stable link: This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a.De l'Allemagne is a wonderful book written by a French Noblewoman living in exile during the Napoleonic Wars in which she presents an overview of the culture of the German speaking peoples with the goal of explaining the nature and magnitude of the contribution that they were making to the art, literature, music and philosophy of Europe/5(3).Lind, L.
R. “Madame de Staël and the Battle of the Books.” In Classical and Modern Literat No. 1 (Fall ): Comments on de Staël's view of the relative merits of classic.