Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 6 avhandlingar innehållade ordet Novalis.
Sammanfattning : This dissertation is divided into three sections, and treats three essential ideas in the philosophical notes of Friedrich von Hardenberg (also known as Novalis): 1) the critique of the foundationalist tendency in the systematic philosophy of idealism and the development of a “logological” perspective on philosophy, language and art; 2) the formation of a romantic philosophy based on a theory of experimentation and invention; and 3) the creation of a universal encyclopaedia in order to explicate the inner unity of all sciences and arts. Taken together, these three ideas constitute a theory of creativity and inventiveness in Man that no longer serves as a theory of art or poetry proper. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This thesis sets out to explore French writer Michel Houellebecq’s poetics of the novel. It is advanced in the introduction that Houellebecq’s work could be read against the novelist’s 1997 suggestion that “if somebody today was able to craft a mode of expression that was at once honest and positive, they would change the world”. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The dissertation Poetics of Tears: Nelly Sachs’s authorship to In den Wohnungen des Todes inquires into the early literary works of Nelly Sachs, written before the poet’s exile in Sweden. The study is based on an extensive archive research including a complete inventory of Sachs’s early writings, both her poetry and prose, and her scenic poetry and ”Puppenspiele”. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : This dissertation centres on the long poem alfabet by Danish poet Inger Christensen. Dealing with the threat of nuclear disaster as well as the risk of chemical contamination, this poem has often been quoted as a precursor to the wave of ecopoetry in the Scandinavian literature of the 2010s. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The starting point of the doctoral project Minnesrörelser (Movements of Memory) is a documentary material, based on interviews, archival documents, letters, diaries and more, from Germany and Sweden from the 1930's to present time, focusing on childhood, upbringing, eugenics, bilingualism. The family as a place for historical writing, family stories inevitably connected with political history, and how they can be passed on or kept secret makes up the main subject matter, where questions of memory and postmemory, heritage and transgenerational consequences of terror, war and guilt, as well as the role of silence, speaking and translation, are investigated. LÄS MER