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    Veronica G. Freeman
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    Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (September 5, 2006)
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    183 pages
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The Poetization of Mystical Constructs in the Work of Novalis. by Veronica G. While romantics and mystics believe in the common goal of original union, the path toward wholeness has led them down separate roads, which, it may be argued, have converged only linguistically.

Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature.

By examining themes or motifs in the work of an author or period, the studies point to the impulses authors received from literary tradition, the choices made, and the creative transformation of the cultural heritage. The series will include publications of colloquia and theoretical studies that contribute to a greater understanding of literature.

Freeman, Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, The Poetization of Metaphors in the Work of Novalis, 78, 137-140 (2006). Mysticism of the Golden Age in Russian literature, 294-329 (2013). I. Kireevsky, Opal, Russian fantastic prose of the era of romanticism (1820-1840), 218 (1990).

The poetization of metaphors in the work of Novalis. This paper reconstructs the evolution of Novalis' thought concerning being, nature, and knowledge. Hölderlin and Novalis The Cambridge companion to German idealism (pp. 141-160). Anyone interested in the fate of German philosophy and literature immediately after Kant will find this collection of notes and aphorisms a treasure-trove of original contributions on the nature of self-consciousness, the relation of art to philosophy, and the nature of philosophical inquiry. Women and writing in the works of novalis: Transformation beyond measure? Article.

In narrative, a motif (pronunciation) is any recurring element that has symbolic significance in a story. Through its repetition, a motif can help produce other narrative (or literary) aspects such as theme or mood. The flute in Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman is a recurrent sound motif that conveys rural and idyllic notions. The Poetization of Metaphors in the Work of Novalis.

Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature, English. By (author) Gretchen Martin. Southwest humor flourished from the 1830s through the Civil War and this book provides a thorough investigation of the unique and innovative contributions of these humorists to the field of American literary realism, such as use of vernacular authenticity, complex character portraits, and the narrative technique of disclosure.

metaphor, in rhetoric, a figure of speech in which one class of things is referred to as if it belonged to another class

metaphor, in rhetoric, a figure of speech in which one class of things is referred to as if it belonged to another class. Whereas a simile states that A is like B, a metaphor states that A is B or substitutes B for A. Some metaphors are explicit, like Shakespeare's line from As You Like It: "All the world's a stage.

The poet Friedrich von Hardenberg (Novalis) (1772-1801) exemplifies romantic ideals in his nostalgic yearning for spiritual fulfillment and, in doing so, invokes the language of authentic mystics. While romantics and mystics believe in the common goal of original union, the path toward wholeness has led them down separate roads, which, it may be argued, have converged only linguistically. This book, therefore, emphasizes the importance of examining metaphors in their respective traditions.