Published June 1970
by Columbia Univ Pr .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Stefan George is a highly rather author by no less the eminent scholar Eric Voegelin on the systemic destruction of language as prelude to the rise of a national fascist government in Germany and a risk, although less at the time Eric Voegein spoke, not addressed to date by 5/5(1). Stefan Anton George was a German poet, editor and translator. He spent time in Paris, where he was among the writers and artists who attended the Tuesday soireés held by the poet Stéphane Mallarmé. He began to publish poetry in the s. George founded and edited an important literary magazine called Blätter für die Kunst/5(14). Stefan George, lyric poet responsible in part for the emergence of Aestheticism in German poetry at the close of the 19th century. After attending a Gymnasium in Darmstadt, George traveled to England, Switzerland, and France. Description This translation of all the poems in the main body of the work of George extensively revises the first publication of The Works of Stefan George which appeared in The editors have also expanded the volume, adding a number of George's early Seller Rating: % positive.
Description: This translation of all the poems in the main body of the work of George extensively revises the first publication of The Works of Stefan George which appeared in The editors have also expanded the volume, adding a number of George's early poems under the collective title Drawings in Grey, two essays (including the eulogy on Holderin), and the lyrical drama The Lady's Praying . Stefan George Archives.Württemberg State Library Stefan George Personal Name ripts and Archives Division, New York Public Library Creator history German poet, philosopher, editor, and translator Stefan George () was born to wine merchant Stephan George and Eva Schmitt near Bingen, Germany. Better Than Fiction: True Travel Tales from Great Fiction Writers by Bryce Courtenay; Kurt Andersen; Lonely Planet Publications Staff; Stefan Merrill Block; Don George and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Stefan George (shtā´fän gāôrg´ə), –, German poet, leader of the revolt against realism in German literature. He was poetically influenced by Greek classical forms, by the Parnassians, and by the French symbolists. Intellectually he was a disciple of Nietzsche.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wandrey, Conrad, Stefan George. Strassbourg: Heitz, (OCoLC) Named Person: Stefan George; Stefan. Book Description: Stefan George () is along with Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Rainer Maria Rilke one of the pre-eminent German poets of the twentieth century. He also had an important, albeit controversial and provocative role in German cultural history. In Stefan George’s next book of poetry, PILGERFAHRTEN, the political implications of the reality of human nature and the ordo amoris of the well ordered soul come into focus. It appeared in , one year after HYMNS. Among the books written by Stefan George, only Tage und Taten (; Days and Deeds, ) contains writings other than volume is a collection of miscellaneous small prose: sketches.