2 edition of Reappropriation in the drama of Goethe, Kleist, and Hofmannsthal. found in the catalog.
Reappropriation in the drama of Goethe, Kleist, and Hofmannsthal.
Marion Jean Wilson
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||350|
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I focus primarily on Hofmannsthal's fictional letters and poetological reflections from the post-lyrical phase of his career, also touching on his final drama and political speeches. Proceeding from this central question in the psychoanalytic interpretation of literature, the author takes Kleist's drama Penthesilea as an example of how transference occurs in the reading of.
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