Week Three Fairy Tales of Germany Notes
Week Three Fairy Tales of Germany Notes GRMN2503
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Date Created: 01/25/16
For Recitation read The Mantle on D2L No class Wednesday Comte de fee French for Fairy Tale 17351787 Judge s son studied theology and philology in Jena Writer for a literary journal and author of a novel Wanted to preserve the heritage of oral storytelling Saysbelieves all of the stories in Folk Tales of the Germans are FT s 1ike in my Mother Goose The Enlightenment Main Themes 0 Spanned the 18th century though often disputed 0 Fairy tales became less popular at this time because of the new emphases on the ideas above fables and parables became more popular 0 Enlightenment fairy tales often deemphasize magic 0 Libussa Late 18th Cantury 0 Emphasis on nature rose and also those viewed as close to nature ex Peasants children women 0 Rising antiaristocratic sentiments 0 Rising emphasis on the common people and their heritage folk ballads folksongs fairy tales legends etc 0 In uenced Musaus 17731813 In uenced by salon era fairy tales Dschinnistan 178689 Not interested in native fairy tales Known in Germany as rst German wuthor to take up fairy tale as a genre Wanted to see and for fairy tales Moral uses love of truth The Philosopher s Stone 0 In second paragraph Wieland points out that King Mark was like his grandfather is very bad ways showing his view that hereditary aristocracy is a bad idea 0 The philosopher s stone is known for changing substances into other substances and with immortality Misfragmutosiris Wieland s madeup name for Count Cagliostro Giuseppe Balsamo of Palermo 17431795 the founder of Egyptian Freemasonry 0 poked fun of Egyptian Freemasonry by showing Misfragmutosiris as a swindler King turned into a donkey then a man named Sylvester which means wooded because of the 18th century View that those close to earth are good again the antiaristocratic Viewpoints showing through Passage at the end of the tale explains that as a peasant the king had never been so happy because he was then useful for once The philosopher s stone becomes a euphemism for happiness Emphasis on wisdom enlightenment idea emphasis on nature and the common folk late 18th century idea
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