Theodor Storm; Adelbert Von Chamisso; Adalbert Stifter. Theodor Storm; Denis Jackson; Barbara Burns. Theodor Storm; Muriel Almon; Ewald Eiserhardt. Theodor Storm; Patricia M Boswell; P Boswell.
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Theodor Storm, Patricia M. Boswell. This book contains the complete text in German of Storm's Aquis Submersus with a detailed introduction to the text discussing Storm's life and works, the tragic content and reception as well as notes on the text and a select bibliography.
Hans Theodor Woldsen Storm, commonly known as Theodor Storm, was a German writer. He is considered to be one of the most important figures of German realism. It is a story of devotion and disappointment, of pettiness and superstition, of spiritual pride and ultimate desolation, and of the beauty and indifference of the natural world. It is a story that opens up in the end to uncover the foundation of savagery on which human society rests. Theodor Storms great novella, which will remind readers of the work of Thomas Hardy, is one of the supreme masterpieces of German literature.
Theodor W. Storm, poet and short-story writer (1817-1888), was born inSchleswig in German literature, richthough it is in this form of prose-fiction. Storm, poet and short-story writer (1817-1888), was born inSchleswig. He was called to the Bar in his native town, Husum, in1842, but had his licence to practise cancelled in 1853 for'Germanophilism,' and had to remove to Germany. It was only in 1864that he was able to return to Husum, where in 1874 he became a judgeof the Court of Appeals. As early as 1843 he had made himself known as a lyrical poet of theRomantic School, but it was as a short-story writer that he first tooka prominent place in literature, making a most happy debut withthe story entitled Immensee. in German literature, richthough it is in this form of prose-fiction.
Theodor Woldsens Storm, well known poet and writer, was born September 14th, 1817 in Husum, Germany
Theodor Woldsens Storm, well known poet and writer, was born September 14th, 1817 in Husum, Germany. He became a lawyer in 1842, but he was exiled (1853-64) by Denmark for pro-Prussian sentiments.
Hans Theodor Woldsen Storm (14 September 1817 – 4 July 1888), commonly known as Theodor Storm, was a German writer. Storm was born in the small town of Husum, on the west coast of Schleswig, then a formally independent duchy ruled by the king of Denmark. His parents were the lawyer Johann Casimir Storm (1790-1874) and Lucie Storm, née Woldsen (1797-1879).
This book brings together representative poets from Germany, England, France, Spain, Hungary, and Austria and thus develops an innovative pan-European perspective spanning from the tenth to the sixteenth century. Well-known writers are as much included as some rather little studied individuals, who all form part of a strong choir of female voices.