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Život. Die Weber is probably the greatest mass drama in German literature and influenced all subsequent writers of such dramas, including the expressionists. Eislauf - Gedicht von Gerhart Hauptmann: 'Auf spiegelndem Teiche / zieh' ich spiegelnde Gleise. Loth looks up his old friend from his university days, the engineer Hoffmann. Nonetheless, Die Weber was considered by many to be virtually seditious. : Huntington Library Press, 1978); Jörg Platiel, Mythos und Mysterium: Die Rezeption des Mittelalters im Werke Gerhart Hauptmanns (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1993); Walter A. Reichart, Ein Leben für Gerhart Hauptmann: Aufsätze aus den Jahren 1929–1990 (Berlin: Schmidt, 1991); Ilse H. Reis, Gerhart Hauptmanns Hamlet-Lnterpretationen in der Nachfolge Goethes (Bonn: Bouvier, 1969); Walter Requardt and Martin Machatzke, Gerhart Hauptmann und Erkner (Berlin: Schmidt, 1980); Yeong-Don Roh, Gerhart Hauptmann und die Frauen: Studien zum naturalistischen Werk (Siegen: Böschen, 1998); Daria Santini, Gerhart Hauptmann zwischen Modernität und Tradition: Neue Perspektiven zur Atriden-Tetralogie (Berlin: Schmidt, 1998); Barbara Schmidt-Krayer, Kontinuum der Reflexion: Der arme Heinrich: Mittelalterliches Epos Hartmanns von Aue und modernes Drama Gerhart Hauptmanns (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1994); Peter Sprengel, Gerhart Hauptmann: Epoche-Werk-Wirkung (Munich: Beck, 1984); Sprengel, Von Luther zu Bismarck: Kulturkampf und nationale Identität bei Theodor Fontane, Conrad Ferdinand Meyer und Gerhart Hauptmann (Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 1999); Sprengel, Die Wirklichkeit der Mythen: Untersuchungen zum Werk Gerhart Hauptmanns aufgrund des handschriftlichen Nachlasses (Berlin: Schmidt, 1982); Sprengel and Philip Mellen, eds., Hauptmann-Forschung: Neue Beiträge–Hauptmann Research: New Directions (Bern, Frankfurt am Main & New York: Peter Lang, 1986); TEXT + KRITIK, special Hauptmann issue, edited by Arnold Heinz Ludwig, 142 (April 1999); H. D. Tschörtner, “Bertolt Brecht und Hauptmann,” Weimarer Beiträge, 32, no. In fact, Hauptmann scarcely ever created a “hero” or “heroine” who might be interpreted as his spokesperson; at the same time, as he himself said, he never created a true “villain.”. The “heretic” in this novel is the young Catholic priest Francesco Velda, who succumbs to the beauty of Agata and to the pagan lifestyle of her family living in isolation from society. When World War II ended, Gerhart Hauptmann was a broken, tired man, although the Russians occupying Silesia treated the author of Die Weber with respect. The play has remained a subject of lively critical debate mainly because of the questionable motives of the characters. . Max Pinkus and Viktor Ludwig, Gerhart Hauptmann: Werke von ihm und über ihn (Neustadt: Schlesien, 1922; revised by Ludwig, 1932); Walter Requardt, Gerhart Hauptmann Bibliographie, 3 volumes (Berlin: Selbstverlag, 1931); C. F. W. Behl, “Gerhart Hauptmann-Bibliographie,” Gerhart Hauptmann-Jahrbuch, 1 (1936): 147–162; 2 (1937): 150–160; Walter A. Reichart, “Fifty Years of Hauptmann Study in America (1894–1944): A Bibliography,” Monatshefte,37 (1945): 1-31; 54 (1962): 297-310; Reichart, “Bibliographie der gedruckten und ungedruckten Dissertationen über Gerhart Hauptmann und sein Werk,” Philobiblon, 11 (June 1967): 121-134; Reichart, Gerhart-Hauptmann-Bibliographie (Bad Hornburg: Gehlen, 1969); Klaus W. Jonas, “Gerhart Hauptmanns Manuskripte in Europa,” Börsenblatt für den deutschen Buchhandel, 26 (28 July 1970): A121-A139; Jonas, “Gerhart Hauptmann Collections in America and England,” Stechert-Hafner Book News, 26 (February 1971): 77–82; H. D. Tschörtner, Gerhart-Hauptmann-Bibliographie (Berlin: Deutsche Staatsbibliothek, 1971); Rudolf Ziesche, Der Manuskriptnachlaβ Gerhart Hauptmanns (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1977); Sigfrid Hoefert, Internationale Bibliographie zum Werk Gerhart Hauptmann, 2 volumes (Berlin: Schmidt, 1986–1989); Hoefert, “Gerhart Hauptmann: Nachträge zur Internationalen Bibliographie (III),” Schlesien, 4 (1994): 234-244. Honorary doctorates from the German University in Prague in 1921 and Columbia University in 1932 show that his fame grew in foreign countries as well. The reaction was subdued. "Hauptmann, Gerhart (15 November 1862 - 6 June 1946) Die Ratten is the most complex and subtle play in Hauptmann’s canon. Hauptmann’s first six plays conform to the general goal of naturalism: to show people as products of their heredity and milieu. Dramatically, this work leaves much to be desired; but it is an eloquent statement of Hauptmann’s humanity. Wedekind sought revenge in his comedy Die junge Welt (1898, The Young World), in which he satirized Hauptmann’s “notebook” technique and naturalism in general. Since these characters, albeit based on one real person, are so different, it is obvious that Hauptmann, when drawing on people he had known, utilized only those traits he needed or could show within the confines of a given work. Der Mond, der bleiche, A ban by the censor was not in itself remarkable; bans were often deliberately sought by the naturalists, who were intent on shocking contemporary audiences. Zum Autor des Gedichtes „Mondscheinlerchen“ haben wir auf abi-pur.de keine weiteren Gedichte veröffentlicht. Gerhart Hauptmann und Ida Orloff: Dokumentation einer dichterischen Leidenschaft (Berlin: Propyläen, 1969); Walter A. Reichart, “Gerhart Hauptmann and His British Friends: Documented in Some of Their Correspondence,” German Quarterly, 50 (November 1977): 424-451; Klaus Bohnen, “Briefwechsel zwischen Gerhart Hauptmann und Georg Brandes,” Jahrbuch der deutschen Schiller-Gesellschaft, 23 (1979), 55–68; Klaus W. Jonas, “Gerhart Hauptmann und Hans von Seeckt: Erinnerungen eines Sammlers und Bibliographen. Like the fairy tale, which tries as far as possible to be real, I now, however, likewise sought to be as real as possible within the framework of a fairy tale.... That child represented for me more or less a small piece of the mother earth from which all religions and all poetry have sprung.). Even if its prophetic implications had not been fulfilled through the dictatorship of the Nazis, Vor Sonnenuntergang would still capture the atmosphere of an era that bred radical opponents of traditional cultural values. 1912 erhielt er den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Gedichte, Sagen & Märchen (1880-87 e) 1921: Anna. BOOKS: Liebesfrühling: Ein lyrisches Gedicht (Salzbrunn: Privately printed, 1881); Promethidenloos: Eine Dichtung (Berlin: Ißeib, 1885); Das bunte Buch: Gedichte, Sagen & Märchen (Leipzig & Stuttgart: Meinhard, 1888); Vor Sonnenaufgang (Berlin: Conrad, 1889); translated by Leonard Bloomfield as Before Dawn (Boston: Badger, 1909); Das Friedensfest: Eine Familienkatastrophe. An ein Drama von Puppen kann niemand glauben” (First the people, then the drama. In his second comedy Hauptmann expands the comic potential of naturalism beyond the depiction of individual characters. In his banquet speech in Stockholm, his mention of world peace as a shared goal could be dismissed as a strictly formulaic acknowledgment of Alfred Nobel’s ideals. The result, Festspiel in deutschen Reimen (1913, Festival Performance in German Rhymes; translated as Commemoration Masque, 1917), applied not the expected blind reverence but a note of irony toward the revered figures of German history and caused a scandal. Hauptmann remains for most theatergoers and literary historians alike the outstanding representative of strongly realistic, character-oriented, socially critical plays. 1912 erhielt er den Nobelpreis für Literatur. Die Räder rastlos rollten Wohl über Berg und Tal, Als ob erklimmen wollten Sie dort den Morgenstrahl. Yet, the lack of a formal education left its mark on Hauptmann, who developed typically autodidactic strengths and weaknesses: great learning and many allusions in his works to both well-known and obscure subjects that serve primarily intuitive associations, not a systematic, logical approach. His parents were…, Virchow, Rudolf Carl During the Nazi years Hauptmann wrote a couple of minor stage works and some fiction. One reaches for something). The censor’s office, substantiating Hauptmann’s low opinion of public officials, allowed the play to be presented only because it was considered too boring to have a long run. In selecting locales for his works Hauptmann returns frequently to rural life in Silesia, but he does not idealize it. At the same time, in both plays Hauptmann lets his audience feel that more than the forces of biological and sociological determinism produces the tragic outcome. Moreover, the naturalist seeks the “complete” truth, not a “higher” or more poetic one. Gerhart Hauptmann, Leben und Werk, Mit bisher unpublizierten Materialien aus dem Manuskriptnachlaß des Dichters 9.) Auf spiegelndem Teiche Gedichtauswahl Er gilt als der bedeutendste deutsche Vertreter des Naturalismus, hat aber auch andere Stilrichtungen in sein Schaffen integriert. To this day the three questions raised by the initial critics are still being contested: How good and appropriate is the verse? Includes. This reunion provides a “realistic” setting for revelations regarding their respective activities and changes in character since they last met: Loth’s abortive attempt to establish a utopian community in the New World resulted in his imprisonment for supposedly collecting money for the socialists; Hoffmann, who now denies ever sharing Loth’s idealism, has by devious means married into the Krause family and has been the driving force behind the manipulation and exploitation of the farmers and workers. The initial reaction to Der Biberpelz was far from auspicious. He accommodated it to his own changing views of human existence and incorporated into it elements of such subsequent developments as neo-Romanticism, symbolism, Jugendstil (art nouveau), and expressionism. Almost every character, even those speaking only a few lines, comes across as an individual. Juni 1946 in Agnetendorf (Agnieszków) in Schlesien) war ein deutscher Dramatiker und Schriftsteller. Hauptmann’s receipt of the Nobel Prize could not have surprised anyone in Germany. Nonetheless, at the outbreak of World War I in 1914, Hauptmann joined other writers in composing patriotic poems. One of his most popular plays and the first one to earn a substantial amount of money for Hauptmann, Die versunkene Glocke, which bears the subtitle Ein deutsches Märchendrama (a German Fairy-Tale Drama) and is presented in verse, was its author’s concession to bourgeois taste and to the fashion set by Maeterlinck; it is considered today to be a weak work. He also encountered young writers such as Max Kretzer (later called the “Berlin Zola”); Wilhelm Bölsche, whose Die naturwissenschaftlichen Grundlagen der Poesie (1887, The Scientific Foundations of Literature) became one of the most important manifestos of German naturalism; and Bruno Wille, a strong advocate of the Social Democratic Party. His parents, Robert and Marie Straehler Hauptmann, who already had three other children–Georg, Johanna (Lotte), and Carl–have never been viewed as being directly influential on the later artistic success of their youngest child, who was born on 15 November 1862 and was baptized Gerhard [sic] Johann Robert Hauptmann in 1863. Needing a German playwright to make his undertaking a success, Brahm premiered Hauptmann’s play on 20 October 1889. in silbernen Zähren, Therefore, be sure to refer to those guidelines when editing your bibliography or works cited list. But the texts themselves refute any direct equations of individual characters with contemporary historical personages. She had later studied violin under Joseph Joachim but for health reasons had had to give up a musical career. Wî di sala 1912an de Xelata Nobelê ya wêjeyê wergirt.. Berhemên Hauptmann. By this time Hauptmann had averaged one drama per year since his first appearance as a playwright. For most people, Hauptmann’s name is synonymous with German naturalism. Thus, the characters are trapped in a closed, almost suffocating atmosphere, and the audience must watch for subtle gestures or chance words to gain insights into their various motives and intentions. One should not, however, ascribe such figures to her alone, for their occurrence in Hauptmann’s works coincides with the obsession of many Jugendstil and symbolist poets for the femme-enfant and femme fatale. No one can believe a drama of puppets). He wrote an original play, Hamlet in Wittenberg (1935), which portrays the years before the beginning of Shakespeare’s play. Without its success on the stages in Berlin, naturalism would probably have remained only a mildly disruptive occurrence on the German literary scene; and this success would have been impossible without Hauptmann’s plays. Glückseliges Reisen, Stirner, Max The twenty-first-century reading public encounters him first and perhaps solely as the author of Bahnwärter Thiel, a brilliant psychological study of the conflict leading to the tragic end of Thiel, a solitary, withdrawn, and socially insignificant switchman. There Hauptmann also associated with the playwright Frank Wedekind, who later accused Hauptmann of using in Das Friedensfest: Eine Familienkatastrophe (1890; translated as The Coming of Peace: A Family Catastrophe, 1900) intimate details he had recounted from his own life. But while there are few figures in his works reminiscent of Margarete Hauptmann, Orloff recurs frequently in his plays and fiction–sometimes in a positive, sometimes in a negative light–even long after he had stopped seeing her. (Berlin: Fischer, 1894); translated by William Archer as Hannele (London: Heinemann, 1894); translated by Charles Henry Meltzer as Hannele (New York: Doubleday, Page, 1908); original republished as Hanneles Himmelfahrt: Traumdichtung (Berlin: Fischer, 1896); Florian Geyer (Berlin: Fischer, 1896); translated by Bayard Quincy Morgan as Florian Geyer, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 9 (New York: Viking, 1929); Die versunkene Glocke: Ein deutsches Märchendrama (Berlin: Fischer, 1897); translated by Mary Harned as The Sunken Bell (Boston: Badger, 1898); Fuhrmann Henschel: Schauspiel (Berlin: Fischer, 1899); translated by Marion A. Redlich as Drayman Henschel (Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1910); Helios: Fragment eines Dramas (N.p., 1899); translated by Lewisohn as Helios (Fragment), in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 7 (New York: Huebsch, 1917); Michael Kramer: Drama in vier Akten (Berlin: Fischer, 1900); translated by Lewisohn as Michael Kramer, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 3 (New York: Huebsch, 1914); Schluck und Jau: Spiel zu Scherz und Schimpf (Berlin: Fischer, 1900); translated by Lewisohn as Schluck and Jau, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 5 (New York: Huebsch, 1916); Der rote Hahn: Tragikomödie in vier Akten (Berlin: Fischer, 1901); translated by Lewisohn as The Conflagration, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 1 (New York: Huebsch, 1912); Der arme Heinrich: Eine deutsche Sage (Berlin: Fischer, 1902); translated by Lewisohn as Henry of Auë, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 4 (New York: Huebsch, 1915); Rose Bernd: Schauspiel in fünf Akten (Berlin: Fischer, 1903); translated by Lewisohn as Rose Bernd, in The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, edited by Lewisohn, volume 2 (New York: Huebsch, 1913); Elga (Berlin: Fischer, 1905); translated by Harned as Elga (Boston: Badger, 1909); Und Pippa tanzt! In later years many critics saw this work as a turning point in Hauptmann’s career, and one not in the right direction. The majority of these poems–Anna: Ein ländliches Liebesgedicht (1921, Anna: A Rural Love Poem), Die blaue Blume (1927, The Blue Flower), Mary (which appeared in its final version in the verse collection Ährenlese [1939, The Gleaning]), and Der groβe Traum (1942, The Great Dream), which Hauptmann called his “Vermächtnis” (bequest)–have few readers today, and then mainly among scholars. Hauptmanns Eltern lebten in Bad Salzbrunn und besaßen den Gasthof “Zur Krone” bereits in zweiter Generation. Critical reception of the Hamlet works was unfavorable. Even Alfred Kerr, one of the most perceptive theater critics, an exponent of naturalism, and an enthusiastic supporter of Hauptmann, had little to say about Die Ratten that was good. Many critics view the effect of Hauptmann’s experience in Greece as the driving force in his unconcealed extolling of paganism in this work, which, begun in 1911, could also be interpreted as establishing an antipode to the values underlying Der Narr in Christo Emanuel Quint. Nonetheless, the indirect influence of these early years proved to be lasting. Like Christian Dietrich Grabbe in the early nineteenth century, Hauptmann originally wanted to write a drama about this “rascal” but never got beyond fragments. Bahnwärter Thiel, strongly influenced by Büchner, proved to be a masterpiece and is still read in schools. (January 13, 2021). Yet, at the same time he shows himself capable of providing binding insights into an individual reality like the one in which a Thiel, Hannele, or Quint lives. His inspiration was a passage in Goethe’s Italienische Reise (1816–1817; translated as Travels in Italy, 1846) describing how Goethe would have written a sequel to his Iphigenie auf Tauris (1800; translated as Iphigenia on Tauris, 1851). Also in 1932 Brecht was already working on his anti-Nazi play Die Rundköpfe und die Spitzköpfe (1957; translated as Roundheads and Peakheads, 1966). While one might dispute the numbers in each category, one would certainly confer masterpiece status on Die Weber (published 1892; performed, 1893; translated as The Weavers, 1899), Der Biberpek (1893; translated as The Beaver Coat, 1912), Hannele Matterns Himmelfahrt (Hannele Mattern’s Ascension; published, 1893; performed as Hanneles Himmelfahrt, 1893; translated as Hannek, 1894), Fuhrmann Henschel (1899; translated as Drayman Henschel, 1910), Rose Bernd (1903; translated, 1913), Die Ratten, and Vor Sonnenuntergang (1932, Before Sundown). He mentions, however, no political transformation brought about by the award. Gerhart Hauptmann is currently considered a "single author." During these years Hauptmann suffered some artistic disappointments. Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search archived web sites Advanced Search Gedichte, Sprüche und Zitate von Gerhart Hauptmann für Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp und Instagram. But what was revolutionary in Holz’s and Schlaf’s stories, which they called “studies,” was also what propelled the naturalists in general toward the stage. The main parallels to King Lear stem from the opposition of Clausen’s sons and daughters to this union, which they oppose for financial reasons. Der Großvater Hauptmanns, ein ehemaliger Weber, hatte den Gasthof erworben. On the other hand, without the emergence of naturalism, Hauptmann might never have found the proper vehicle for his talents, let alone gained such prominence and influence. Gerhart Johann Robert Hauptmann var ein tysk dramatikar og forfattar som i 1912 fekk Nobelprisen i litteratur i 1912 «hovudsakleg på grunn av sin produktive, varierte og eineståande produksjon av scenekunst.». (1906; translated as And Pippa Dances, 1909), was published. Hanneles Himmelfahrt, however, reveals that Hauptmann had not abandoned the fundamental goals of naturalism but had expanded its artistic means. Dramatisches 2 Mode of access: Internet Addeddate 2015-02-02 16:50:20 Google-id TWZJAAAAYAAJ Identifier … He gradually expanded the potential of realistic drama far beyond that recognized by his contemporaries during and after the period of naturalism. ." He then began private instruction with the sculptor Robert Haertel, who first helped him to reenter the art school and then assisted him in enrolling at the University of Jena, where Hauptmann heard lectures by such eminent scholars as Rudolf Eucken and Ernst Haeckel. These parallels and allusions to Goethe are intended to reinforce the impression of Clausen as the last representative of a bygone concept of culture and humanism. This change was not caused by a lack or waning of enthusiasm in the Bavarian capital. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. Its first chairman was Otto Brahm, who developed the naturalist style of stage direction and production that dominated German theater until the end of the century. tief innen im Schilfe. Der Kauz ruft leise. Before 1906 Hauptmann created two more masterpieces, Fuhrmann Henschel and Rose Bernd. Neither Hassenreuter nor Spitta notices that Frau John’s plight has all the qualities of a tragedy in both the naturalistic and the classical senses, and they remain as ludicrous in their theoretical arguments as Frau John remains tragic in her real life. There are now Hauptmann museums in Kloster and Erkner maintained by the German government. The “sundown” in the title of the play obviously alludes to Hauptmann’s first success, which came just before a “dawn.” On 20 July 1933, not quite five months after the burning of the Reichstag and less than a week after the creation of a one-party state in Germany, Hauptmann said to C. F. W. Behl: “Meine Epoche beginnt mit 1870 und endigt mit dem Reichstagsbrand” (My epoch begins with 1870 [the establishment of the Second Reich] and ends with the burning of the Reichstag).

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