Title: Unity and Synthesis in the Work of Heinrich ...
Publisher: Peter Lang AG
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
Series: European University Studies. Num Pages: 68 pages. BIC Classification: 2ACG; DSC. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 230. Weight in Grams: 100. . 1979. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9783261046383
Synopsis: In his middle period (1831-1848), Heinrich Heine, inspired by his concept of the «complete» man (e.g., Goethe, Luther and Shakespeare), veers dramatically from his earlier mode of «Zerrissenheit» to espouse the Hellenistic-Renaissance outlook emphasizing the psychosomatic oneness of the human personality. In numerous prose works as well as in several important poems of this period that reveal a new consistency and compactness of form, he seeks to restore harmony within the individual by exposing the falsity of human dualism. Guided chiefly by the thought of Spinoza and Hegel, Heine ultimately arrives at the social doctrine of Saint-Simonism as the concrete fulfillment of his quest for unity and synthesis.
Language Notes: Text: English, German
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