This article needs additional citations for czesław Miłosz und Joseph Brodsky PDF. Paul Heyse was born on 15 March 1830 in Heiliggeiststraße, Berlin. Heyse attended the renamed Friedrich-Wilhelms-Gymnasium until 1847.
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He was later remembered as a model student. After leaving school Heyse began studying classical philology. Having studied for two years at the University of Berlin he left for Bonn in April 1849 in order to study art history and Romance languages. Several members of the „Tunnel“ began to find its formalities and public nature distasteful, and a smaller circle, the Rütli, was formed in December 1852: it included Kugler, Lepel, Fontane, Storm, and Heyse.
In May 1852 Heyse was awarded a doctorate for his work on the troubadours, and a Prussian scholarship allowed him to depart for Italy to look for old Provençal manuscripts. Emanuel Geibel persuaded the King of Bavaria, Maximilian II, to grant Heyse a titular professorship in Munich. Heyse was thus appointed professor of Romance philology, although he never taught at that city’s university. After his marriage on 15 May to Margarete Kugler he arrived in Munich on 25 May 1854. On 22 August 1855 Heyse’s first son, Franz, was born. On 30 September 1862, his wife Margarete died in Meran of a lung illness.
He married Anna Schubart in 1867. Over the next three decades, Heyse continued to write prolifically. Despite a number of bereavements his life was uneventful, and his fame grew steadily until he was a world-famous figure. He was a very early opponent of naturalism, making critical references to it in print long before its influence could be felt in Germany. It crosses Schwanthaler Strasse and it is near the „Theresienwiese“, the site of Munich’s annual Bierfest. Julius Petersen: Die Wissenschaft von der Dichtung, Berlin 1944, p 291.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Paul Heyse. Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse on Nobelprize. Jump to navigation Jump to search Jewish German-Swedish poet and playwright. She was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1966. Leonie Sachs was born in Berlin-Schöneberg, Germany, in 1891 to a Jewish family. Living in a tiny two-room apartment in Stockholm, Sachs cared alone for her mother for many years, and supported their existence by translations between Swedish and German.
On the 127th anniversary of her birthday, 10 December 2018, she was commemorated with a Google Doodle in parts of Europe and the US. In the context of the Shoah, her deep friendship with „brother“ poet Paul Celan is often noted today. Their friendship was supportive during professional conflicts. Eli: Ein Mysterienspiel vom Leiden Israels. In Celan, she found someone who understood her own anxiety and hardships as an artist. Sachs‘ poetry is intensely lyrical and reflects some influence by German Romanticism, especially in her early work.
The poetry she wrote as a young woman in Berlin is more inspired by Christianity than Judaism and makes use of traditional Romantic imagery and themes. In 1961 she became the inaugural winner of the Nelly Sachs Prize, a literary prize awarded biennially by the German city of Dortmund, and named in her honour. Following her death from intestinal cancer in 1970, Nelly Sachs was interred in the Norra begravningsplatsen in Stockholm. Her possessions were donated to the National Library of Sweden. A park on the island of Kungsholmen in Stockholm also bears her name. Nelly Sachs‘ published works as cited by An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers.