3 edition of German influence in Danish literature in the eighteenth century found in the catalog.
German influence in Danish literature in the eighteenth century
John Wallace Eaton
Bibliography: p. 192-203.
|Statement||by J.W. Eaton.|
|LC Classifications||PT7675.G3 E3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 207 p.|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||30005756|
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German influence is seen in the verse of the leading poets of the late 18th century such as Johannes Ewald and Jens Baggesen.
Other 18th century writers include the hymn German influence in Danish literature in the eighteenth century book Hans Adolph Brorson and the satirical poet Johan Herman Wessel. Get this from a library.
The German influence in Danish literature in the eighteenth century; the German circle in Copenhagen. [J W Eaton]. In the 18th century it was again affected by the predominance of German culture, but the subsequent revival of ancient Norse studies and of a national literature developed the Danish into one of the richest and most refined European tongues.
The 18th century. The 18th century was a fertile period in Danish great name in the first half of the century was that of Ludvig Holberg, a Norwegian by most important contributions, written for the first Danish-language theatre in Copenhagen, which opened inwere 32 comedies of character and manners, including some moral allegories.
They trace the 18th-century literary revival in German-speaking countries: from occasional and learned literature under the influence of French Neoclassicism to the establishment of a new German drama, religious epic and secular poetry, and the sentimentalist novel of self-fashioning.
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