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Prvi sloj je ljubav Julija i Lucinde. Toposi romantizma se jasno ogledavaju u bolesti, nemiru, reflektivnosti i prirodi. I just wrote a paper on this book. Ask me about it some other time. Ich hatte durchaus meine Probleme, mich mit Schlegels Lucinde anzufreunden. Vor allem der Beginn erscheint mir immer noch sehr verwirrend, wenn also Herr Schlegel eine perfekte Arabesque schaffen wollte, so ist es ihm zumindest teilweise bei mir gelungen.
Dennoch muss ich den Worten des Nachworts Recht geben: Friedrich schlegel war nicht in erster Linie Autor- er war mehr Philosoph- vielleicht ist es daher gar nicht so schlecht, dass es nie zu einem zweiten, dritten oder gar vierten Band von Luc Ich hatte durchaus meine Probleme, mich mit Schlegels Lucinde anzufreunden. Dennoch muss ich den Worten des Nachworts Recht geben: Friedrich schlegel war nicht in erster Linie Autor- er war mehr Philosoph- vielleicht ist es daher gar nicht so schlecht, dass es nie zu einem zweiten, dritten oder gar vierten Band von Lucinde gekommen ist.
But not the most thrilling read A classic novel from the early Romantic era; good representation of Schlegel's philosophy of having one woman who fulfills the roles expected to be filled by different women.
Fascinating and multi-facetted. And rightfully so! However, it is such an extraordinary failure that it still offers something to readers -- not for what 1.
However, it is such an extraordinary failure that it still offers something to readers -- not for what is, or even for what it fails to be -- but rather for what it can never be. If progressive universal poetry much necessarily be fragmented, incomplete, and chaotic not merely expressing chaos, but being chaotic , this this is about as to close to ideal as one could get.
In that sense, it succeeds by failing. The only bank-handed complimentary praise that I can muster for this work. It is both the ultimate expression of Romanticism in fiction such a perfect expression as to make it practically ridiculous and also about one-hundred years ahead of its time.
This is really a proto-modernist text: fragmented, resisting a classical chronological narrative, highlighting personal subject encounters or even epiphanies over either plot or character development, and structured as a novel of ideas rather than as the idea of the novel. But for all its experimentation and modern sounding flair, it truly is a dreadfully conceived mess. But the works of all those writers, although a little less extreme in their experimentation, are also major successes.
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Friedrich Schlegel’s Lucinde and the Fragments
With his older brother, August Wilhelm Schlegel , he was one of the main figures of Jena Romanticism. Born into a fervently Protestant family, Schlegel rejected Christianity as a young man in favor of atheism and individualism. He entered university to study law but instead focused on classical literature. He began a career as a writer and lecturer, and founded journals such as Athenaeum. In Schlegel converted to Catholicism.
When Friedrich Schlegel published his novel Lucinde in , at the dawn of German Romanticism, he caused a scandal because his readers identified the protagonists Julius and Lucinde as alter egos of the author and Dorothea Veit , a divorcee with whom the author lived in Berlin and Jena they married in Until the twentieth century, scholarship did not appreciate Lucinde as a radical and experimental challenge to the aesthetic and moral conventions of the past. Yet in the …. Citation: Hoffmeister, Gerhart. The Literary Encyclopedia. If you need to create a new bookshelf to save this article in, please make sure that you are logged in, then go to your 'Account' here.