Fairy Tales of Germany Week Five Notes
Fairy Tales of Germany Week Five Notes GRMN2503
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Date Created: 02/09/16
February 8 12 2016 Review 0 Tieck s Eckbert the Blond EckbertBerta father s transgression 0 Weltschmertz in Eckbert the Blond and The Mines of F alun 0 Romantic themes within The Mines of Falun 0 How much canshould Berta be blamed for her transgressions 0 Eckbert is paying for the sins of his father affair childzBerta I Psychological chaos caused throughout the story Eckbert s realityfantasy 0 Do we make decisions consciously 0 1777 1 843 0 came from a noble family originally from Normandy in France 0 short military career word mentioned in the alchemical writing of Paracelus 14931541 0 Fairy tale and romantic gualities of Undine 0 Old Fisherman godfearing 0 Knight Huldbrand I Undine almost 18 childish and bipolar O Kuhlebom Undine s uncle 0 Nature personification 0 Reality and fantasy 0 Fisherman s Story about Undine 0 Loss of child 0 Dorothea vs Undine Christian vs pagan O Huldbreand s Story I Bertalda I Forest I goblins I the soul 0 soul as a terrible thing to bear 0 gets a soul and becomes tame and loving after marriage 0 Relationship between Undine and Bertalda I Immediate connection felt between them because sisters by adoption I They were switched as kids to their parents but then also switched with Huldbrand s love B ertalda then Undine then Bertalda again I dream bigamy Undine s murdering of Huldbrand 0 around 1830 to 1880 I literary realism is much more instead of the past 18111889 0 Member of Berlin Salon culture 0 One of most important J ewishGerman woman writers in 19th century 0 A Modern Fairy Tale was her first published work 1841 0 Champion of women s rights I Berta is dancing at the party even though she is the the small fry 0 People think Aunt Renate is odd because she is not married 0 before going through with something as serious as marriage don t have to marry just because it is a social convention 0 Discussion of the soul and transgression I Romanticism 0 Nature psychological aspect unhappy ending starts in isolation I Spiegel the Cat realistic elements F
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