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Henry von Ofterdingen

Novalis

Henry von Ofterdingen

a novel

by Novalis

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Published by F. Ungar Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[by] Novalis [pseud.] Translated from the German by Palmer Hilty.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.H2175 H6
The Physical Object
Pagination169 p.
Number of Pages169
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5913217M
LC Control Number64015297
OCLC/WorldCa558182


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The author tries to depict a world of perfect harmony due to the power of poetry and love. Difficult, anyway it worth the effort/5(8). *Henry von Ofterdingen* is a *Bildungsroman*; that is, a novel detailing the education and development of a particular individual.

In this case, that person is a medieval poet. The reader follows Henry on an overland journey that slowly awakens in him his profound poetic gifts/5. Editions for Henry von Ofterdingen: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published i. Buy Henry Von Ofterdingen by Novalis, Palmer Hilty (Translator) online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C.

Lewis and George R. Martin. This edition features a Life of the Author and an Afterword by Ludwig : Dover Publications. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Heinrich von Ofterdingen. Responsibility: Novalis ; translated.

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Book Pages: Other articles where Heinrich von Ofterdingen is discussed: Novalis: His mythical romance Heinrich von Ofterdingen (), set in an idealized vision of the European Middle Ages, describes the mystical and romantic searchings of a young poet. The central image of his visions, a blue flower, became a widely recognized symbol of Romantic longing among Novalis’s fellow Romantics.

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Author Friedrich von Hardenberg ― better known as Novalis (–) ― was a poet and philosopher who worked closely with Friedrich Schlegel and Ludwig Tieck. Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C.

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NOVALIS i.e. Friedrich von Hardenberg, ( – )‚Heinrich von Ofterdingen‘, published posthumous An Ode to Poetry and Poets, from the Great German Romantic first, the novel, when young Heinrich sets out to travel and discover the world, the story appears very much inspired by Goethe’s ‘Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre’/5(30).

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Il giovane Enrico rimane turbato dal racconto di uno straniero, che parla di questo fiore, da un colore. Enrico di Ofterdingen by Novalis at – ISBN – ISBN – Adelphi – – Softcover.: Enrico di Ofterdingen: In.

HENRY VON OFTERDINGEN. Novalis. Novel. Republication of the work first published in The young hero of this tale envisions a blue flower that represents desire, love, and the metaphysical longing for the infinite.

He travels the world in pursuit of his dream, discovering that poetry is everywhere for those who can perceive it. Summary Heinrich von Ofterdingen by Novalis. Updated on Aug Slaven Cvijetic. more. Contact Author. Heinrich von Ofterdingen by Novalis (German edition) Chapter 1. Heinrich von Ofterdingen is the protagonist of the book.

He lives in a village with his parents and is a student from a private teacher, who taught him already many. “Heinrich von Ofterdingen” by Novalis in German (yellow book) and the English translation, “Henry of Ofterdingen”. I was again enthralled by the novel; this time by the Dedication part of the story, which has now made one of my most favorite poems.

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Product Information. Heinrich von Ofterdingen is a famous, quasi-fictional Minnesinger who participated in the Sängerkrieg (Minstrels' contest) on the is chiefly known by the novel of Novalis of the same name and the role of Tannhäuser in Wagner's opera.

Henry von Ofterdingen by Novalis Hardenberg wouldn’t be particularly happy to hear that I liked his book mainly for the poetic language and ofterrdingen titillating scenes, but there it is.

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Mobi files can be read on Kindles, Epub files can be read on other e-book readers, and Zip files can be downloaded and read on your computer. Henry of Ofterdingen: A Romance. by Novalis translated by Ludwig Tieck and Friedrich von Schlegel. Project Gutenberg Release # Select author names above for additional information and titles.

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Novalis's influence extended to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has appeared in the works of C. S. Lewis 2/5(1).Heinrich von Ofterdingen is a fabled, quasi-fictional Middle High German lyric poet and Minnesinger mentioned in the 13th century epic of the Sängerkrieg (minstrel contest) on the legend was perpetuated by Novalis in his eponymous fragment novel written in and by E.

T. A. Hoffmann in his novella Der Kampf der Sänger. Sources. The 24 Fürstenlob (princely praise.