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by Helen Fehervary

eBook Hölderlin and the left: The search for a dialectic of art and life (Reihe Siegen) download ISBN: 3533026043
Author: Helen Fehervary
Publisher: Winter (1977)
Language: English
Pages: 280
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Published 1977 by Winter in Heidelberg. Political and social views. Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843). Bibliography: p. 277-280.

Her special thanks are due to Alicia Carter Greer.

Fried,Gregory, Heidegger’s Polemos: From Being to Politics (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000). Lacoue-Labarthe, Philippe, Heidegger, Art, and Politics, trans. Chris Turner (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990). ‘Poetry’s Courage’, in The Solid Letter: Readings of Friedrich Holderlin, ed.

Smith College 1964, . Brown University 1966, P. University of Wisconsin 1975.

throughout his life and career, and they clearly performed a function that was both intellectual and personal.

Hölderlin - like Shelley a gifted classicist - then had the problem of what to do for a living "On pale leaves The grape rests, the hope of wine, so on the cheek The shadow rests of a golden earring Worn.

Hölderlin - like Shelley a gifted classicist - then had the problem of what to do for a living. The terms of his education meant that he was practically church property, but he didn't want to be a pastor. If you can read the left-hand side, you see pictures and movement, while on the right - with the interlocking dactyls - it's often just the cardboard back of the puzzle. On pale leaves The grape rests, the hope of wine, so on the cheek The shadow rests of a golden earring Worn by a girl. And I'm to stay single But the calf Easily tangles in the rope It broke. Michael Hofmann is a poet and translator.