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by Maurice B. Benn

eBook The Drama of Revolt: A Critical Study of Georg Büchner (Anglica Germanica Series 2) download ISBN: 0521294150
Author: Maurice B. Benn
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 28, 1979)
Language: English
Pages: 336
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Benn, Maurice . 1914-1975. Büchner, Georg, 1813-1837 - Criticism and interpretation. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press.

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The determination and clearheadedness needed to escape from this uncritical state of mind, without abandoning the insights of deep affection, are the qualities of Maurice Benn's study of Büchner, The Drama of Revolt. The Times Literary Supplement.

Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of Büchner.

Written by. Maurice B. Benn. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york. Manufacturer: Cambridge University Press Release date: 8 January 1976 ISBN-10 : 0521208289 ISBN-13: 9780521208284.

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Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of B?chner.

Cambridge University Press. 0521208289,0521208289. This item appears on. List: Reading German Literature II (MLAC1074) (R21203).

Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of Büchner

Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of Büchner. Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of Büchner.

Georg Büchner is one of the most important dramatists of the nineteenth century, both intrinsically and on account of his enormous influence on the drama of our own time. Professor Benn attempts a comprehensive study of the art and thought of this distinguished writer, emphasising throughout that attitude of revolt which is so characteristic of Büchner. After a brief introduction in which he pinpoints the positive nature of Büchner's revolt and establishes links between his thought and that of Hölderlin and Camus, Professor Benn discusses in the first three theoretical chapters Büchner's revolutionary political principles, his sceptical and iconoclastic philosophical speculations and his fierce attacks on classical theories in art. He then examines each of Büchner's major works - Dantons Tod, Leonce und Lena, Lenz and Woyzeck - analysing the genesis and interpretation of the last in detail. A short concluding chapter summarises the results of the inquiry and assesses the value of the methods used.