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Heinrich heine

the artist in revolt

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        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages90
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Verschiedene Ideen wurden ausgetauscht und analysiert. Open next level Close next level• Open next level Close next level• Open next level Close next level• Open next level Close next level• A proudly race-conscious Jew, he became a Protestant and, after a liaison of seven years, married his Catholic mistress.

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Jew or Not Jew: Heinrich Heine

Open next level Close next level• Open next level Close next level• The critical study by Barker Fairley, Heinrich Heine: An Interpretation 1954deals with recurrent images and motifs in Heine's poetry and prose and postulates a theory of the unity in Heine's work. Open next level Close next level• Levinson, Berman Family Chair in Jewish Studies and Hebrew Bible, University of Minnesota. He was as controversial as the time that he lived in. Open next level Close next level• His work reflects the influence of both schools, heinrich heine an ingrained satirical sense and a sharp wit prevent his complete subscription to the tenets of either.