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Fri Mar 21 17:16:51 2014 UTClccn-n780969160.22The blue flower /0.580.88Index zu Novalis Heinrich von Ofterdingen95155102Novalisn 78096916231939Chardenberg, Fridrich Leopold fon 1772-1801Charntenmpernk, Phrintrich phon 1772-1801Handenberg, Friedrich Freiherr vonHardenberg, FriedrichHardenberg, Friedrich, baró de, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich, Freiherr von, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich L. von 1772-1801 Wirklicher NameHardenberg, Friedrich Leopold, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold, Freiherr vonHardenberg, Friedrich Leopold, Freiherr von, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold von.Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold von, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold von 1772-1801 Wirklicher NameHardenberg, Friedrich Ludwig von 1772-1801Hardenberg, Friedrich vonHardenberg, Friedrich von, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Fryderyk von.Hardenberg, G. P. Friedrich von 1772-1801Hardenberg, Georg F. von 1772-1801Hardenberg, Georg Friedrich PhilippHardenberg, Georg Friedrich Philipp, baró de, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Georg Friedrich Philipp, Freiherr vonHardenberg, Georg Friedrich Philipp, Freiherr von, 1772-1801Hardenberg, Georg Friedrich Philipp von 1772-1801Hardenberg, Georg Philip Friedrich : vonHardenberg, Georg Philipp Friedrich, Freiherr vonHardenberg, Georg Philipp Friedrich von.Hardenberg, Georg Philipp Friedrich von, 1772-1801Nobalis 1772-1801NovalisNovalis, FriedrichNovalis, Friedrich 1772-1801Novalisi 1772-1801Nubalis, 1772-1801Nūvālis 1772-1801Von Hardenberg, F.Von Hardenberg, FriedrichVon Hardenberg, Friedrich LeopoldVon Hardenberg, Friedrich Leopold, FreiherrГарденберг, Георг Фридрих Филипп, 1772-1801Гарденберг, Фридрих фон, 1772-1801Новалис, 1772-1801Фридрих Фон Гарденберг, 1772-1801노발리스 1772-1801ノヴァーリスlccn-n50004738Schlegel, Friedrich von1772-1829pblhnredtlccn-n79056616Fitzgerald, Penelopelccn-n86122952Kühn, Sophie von1782-1797lccn-n79115224Hölderlin, Friedrich1770-1843lyrcrelccn-n79003281Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von1775-1854lccn-n79003362Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von1749-1832lbtlccn-n50053347Samuel, R. H.(Richard H.)1900-othpbdedtcrelccn-nr89001527Kluckhohn, Paul1886-1957othedtcrelccn-n79021767Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich1770-1831lccn-n79080834Krell, David FarrellNovalis1772-1801BiographyRecords and correspondenceDiariesCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionHistoryConcordancesNovalis,GermanyRomanticismPoets, GermanGerman literatureRelations with womenKühn, Sophie von,Philosophy of natureSchelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von,Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich,Authors, GermanPhilosophyKleist, Heinrich von,Idealism, GermanRepresentation (Philosophy)Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim,Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von,Hölderlin, Friedrich,ScienceKnowledge, Theory ofPhilosophy, GermanRuusbroec, Jan van,Emerson, Ralph Waldo,AestheticsGerman fictionLanguage and languagesSpace and time in literatureTieck, Ludwig,TranscendentalismSchiller, Friedrich,Rilke, Rainer Maria,Symbolism in literatureComparative literature--German and FrenchComparative literature--French and GermanMathematicsReligionHeinrich von Ofterdingen (Novalis)Aesthetics, GermanKlee, Paul,German poetryGryphius, Andreas,Short stories, GermanLa Motte-Fouqué, Friedrich Heinrich Karl,--Freiherr de,Literature--AestheticsGerman language177218011800180118021805181018151818181918201824182518261827183018311833183418371840184118421844184518461847184818501851185218531855185718601861186218631865186918701871187218731875187618771878188018831885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145459020615248831.6PT2291.Z5ocn042532454ocn767418521ocn659163066ocn766958157ocn661906494ocn767418384ocn023101155ocn767418518ocn662200289ocn662200333ocn249163540ocn832262994ocn311886709ocn315150566ocn838129456ocn468962971ocn827024878ocn258159653ocn713607633ocn724079994ocn725442787ocn724929024ocn724435623ocn724209843ocn725499611ocn724958235ocn725592460ocn185920273ocn076643690ocn073564502ocn076108644ocn075802005ocn071949053ocn076583416ocn802287787ocn723636528ocn759528340ocn723689951ocn023705743ocn797870454ocn718493841ocn074447354ocn7430518559574ocn137659435file20070.50NovalisNotes for a romantic encyclopaedia Das Allgemeine Brouillon+-+082419642578227ocn004873248book19380.63NovalisHymns to the night ; and other selected writings+-+754787964532453414ocn000558182book19580.63NovalisHenry von Ofterdingen, a novelFiction+-+192088633550087ocn000557303book18020.73NovalisSchriften3792ocn034617910book19970.70NovalisPhilosophical writingsNovalis: Philosophical Writings is the first extensive scholarly translation in English from the philosophical work of the late eighteenth-century German Romantic writer Novalis (Friedrich von Hardenberg). His original and innovative thought explores many questions that are current today, such as truth and objectivity, reason and the imagination, language and mind, and revolution and the state+-+362789642535731ocn000203547book19690.79NovalisNovalis WerkeCriticism, interpretation, etcDichter u. Philosoph d. Frühromantik. Geb. 2.5.1772 Oberwiederstedt; gest. 25.3.1801 Weißenfels33567ocn000559024book18020.86NovalisNovalis Schriften33286ocn045091999book19120.66NovalisHeinrich von Ofterdingen : ein RomanNach den Primärtexten folgen jeweils Anhänge mit zahlreichen Hintergrundinformationen; abschliessend Literaturhinweise sowie Wort- und Sacherläuterungen. Für Schüler ab Sekundarstufe II und Lehrer+-+585175879825423ocn001118902book19530.70NovalisWerke und BriefeRecords and correspondence24115ocn003858336book19530.73NovalisWerke, Briefe, Dokumente2408ocn000559027book19490.81NovalisThe novices of Sais+-+10531492451953ocn001244198book19310.70Kluckhohn, PaulLebenskunst1824ocn000735241book19680.88Schanze, HelmutIndex zu Novalis Heinrich von OfterdingenConcordances1822ocn001244151book19320.70Kluckhohn, PaulWeltanschauung der frühromantikCriticism, interpretation, etc17523ocn038041487book19420.66NovalisHenri d'Ofterdingen = (Heinrich von Ofterdingen)Analyse : Roman bilingue1713ocn000580225book19310.73Müller, AndreasKunstanschauung der frühromantikHistory14856ocn024394286book19100.56NovalisHymnen an die Nacht : Athenäumstext und Züricher Handschrift14515ocn003224316book19590.70Eichendorff, JosephWerke in einem BandBiography14115ocn000759978book18900.73NovalisNovalis' Werke. Fouqués Undine13423ocn000594627book19580.63NovalisHymnen an die Nacht. Heinrich von Ofterdingen215512ocn036104132book19950.22Fitzgerald, PenelopeThe blue flowerHistoryFictionA fictionalized biography of the 18th Century German poet, Friedrich Leopold von Hardenberg, who wrote under the nom de plume, Novalis. The novel centers on his philosophy ("My conviction gains infinitely the moment another soul will believe in it.") and on his romance with Sophie von Kuhn, 12, who became his muse, but who died of tuberculosis before they could marry. By the author of The Gates of Angels+-+724403048517343ocn043476619com19980.35Krell, David FarrellContagion sexuality, disease, and death in German idealism and romanticismHistoryAlthough the Romantic Age is usually thought of as idealizing nature as the source of birth, life, and creativity, David Farrell Krell focuses on the preoccupation of three key German Romantic thinkers - Novalis, Schelling, and Hegel - with nature's destructive powers: contagion, disease, and death. Krell brings to light little-known texts by each writer that develop theories about the intertwined beneficent and maleficent aspects of nature. Krell's investigations reveal that the forces of sexuality and life are also seen as the carriers of disease and death. The insights of Novalis, Schelling, and Hegel offer surprisingly relevant perspectives for contemporary science and for our own thinking - in an age of contagion+-+052667807532411203ocn042854752com19960.50Helfer, Martha BThe retreat of representation the concept of darstellung in German critical discourseCriticism, interpretation, etc9952ocn123417532file20070.50NovalisThe birth of Novalis Friedrich von Hardenberg's journal of 1797, with selected letters and documentsBiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence"Friedrich von Hardenberg, who later became known as the poet Novalis, kept a journal between April and July 1797 that captured his moods, thoughts, and observations following the death of his fifteen-year-old fiancee Sophie von Kuhn and his dearly loved younger brother Erasmus. The journal's short, day-to-day entries allow a frank and candid glimpse into the inner life of the maturing poet, and are complemented by selections from Hardenberg's letters. Taken together, and read in conjunction with the fragments written before, during, and shortly after this period of time, the journal and letters shed light on a process of self-discovery during which Hardenberg became convinced of his poetic vocation and acknowledged this conviction in an act of self-christening, as the poet Novalis."--BOOK JACKET+-+241419642598643ocn002694738book19050.63Dilthey, WilhelmDas Erlebnis und die Dichtung : Lessing, Goethe, Novalis, HölderlinCriticism, interpretation, etc81117ocn000715724book19510.70Hiebel, FriedrichNovalis: German poet, European thinker, Christian mysticCriticism, interpretation, etc5611ocn005008309book19800.59Neubauer, JohnNovalisCriticism, interpretation, etc4713ocn013560660book19870.73Molnár, Géza vonRomantic vision, ethical context : Novalis and artistic autonomyCriticism, interpretation, etc4542ocn015628839book19880.70Pfefferkorn, KristinNovalis : a romantic's theory of language and poetry4005ocn000297486book19590.70Haywood, BruceNovalis, the veil of imagery; a study of the poetic works of Friedrich von Hardenberg, 1772-18013872ocn004549641book19790.73Birrell, GordonThe boundless present : space and time in the literary fairy tales of Novalis and TieckCriticism, interpretation, etc3864ocn000259021book19670.53Maeterlinck, MauriceOn Emerson and other essays; three transcendental thinkers: Emerson, Novalis, RuysbroeckCriticism, interpretation, etc3867ocn000260030book19700.81Schulz, GerhardNovalis. Beitr. zu Werk u. Persönlichkeit Friedrich von HardenbergsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography3743ocn000794957book19120.59Maeterlinck, MauriceOn Emerson, and other essays3683ocn000751586book19660.73Hamburger, KätePhilosophie der Dichter: Novalis, Schiller, Rilke3613ocn000163442book19710.76Neubauer, JohnBifocal vision; Novalis' philosophy of nature and disease3613ocn030671242book19940.73O'Brien, William ArctanderNovalis, signs of revolutionBiography35317ocn011337402book19490.66Schulz, GerhardNovalis in Selbstzeugnissen und BilddokumentenCriticism, interpretation, etc3426ocn001203328book19630.79Vordtriede, WernerNovalis und die französischen Symbolisten; zur Entstehungsgeschichte des dichterischen SymbolsCriticism, interpretation, etc3368ocn000317770book19600.76Dyck, MartinNovalis and mathematics; a study of Friedrich von Hardenberg's Fragments on mathematics and its relation to magic, music, religion, philosophy, language, and literatureHistory+-+3627896425+-+3627896425Fri Mar 21 15:32:29 EDT 2014batch97440