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Deutschland. Ein Wintermarchen (original 1844; edition 2005)

by Heinrich Heine

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In 1843 Heine returned from exile to journey through the homeland he hadn't seen for years. This verse satire was the result. [A] sparkling new translation--TLS. [A] superb translation--The Cambridge Review. Exceptionally successful in catching
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Title:Deutschland. Ein Wintermarchen
Authors:Heinrich Heine
Info:Anaconda (2005), Hardcover, 80 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:***1/2
Tags:poesie, hamburg, reise, reiseliteratur, deutsche literatur, 19. jahrhundert, französische revolution, frankreich

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Germany: A Winter's Tale by Heinrich Heine (Author) (1844)

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Unterwegs gelesen. Unterbrechungen. Diese bitter-bösen Strophen: laut gesprochen sollen sie! Gut gelesen von Risse
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2IyoTDHuiw&feature=related
Auch sehr sehenswert die Aufzeichnung der SWR Sendung vom 18.1.2006 „Der Fall Heine“
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1bg5R2v8nI&feature=related (II-12) ( )
1 vote MeisterPfriem | Feb 27, 2012 |
Heinrich Heine einer der bedeutensten Dichter Deutschlands und dies stellt ohne zweifel eines seiner besten Werke dar. Kritisch, originell und zeitlos, kein Wunder das es bei der "Obrigkeit" immer wieder Angst und Schrecken hervorgerufen hat. ( )
2 vote Dragonlord21 | Sep 19, 2007 |
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Heine, HeinrichAuthorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Bellmann, WernerAfterwordsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Erler, GotthardEditorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Jané, JordiTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Kaufmann, HansAfterwordsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Traxler, HansIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Im traurigen Monat November war's,
Die Tage wurden trüber,
Der Wind riß von den Bäumen das Laub,
Da reist ich Deutschland hinüber.
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Written four years before the 1848 Revolution, Heine's Deutschland can be enjoyed as a funny read. In this "verse travelogue" Heine comments on the homeland he sees again after years of exile. Bull's-eyeing a number of targets--bourgeois lethargy, rampant Prussianism, phoney medievalism, German idealist philosophy--Europe's wittiest poet delightfully introduces the reader to "Germany's current ferment"--and to the idea that the value system of the German middle class helped to maintain social injustice and political oppression.
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