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Das Weimarer Hoftheater unter Goethes Leitung : Kunstanspruch und Kulturpolitik im Konflikt

Author: Birgit Himmelseher
Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, ©2010.
Dissertation: Thesis (doctoral)--Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, 2008.
Series: Theatron (Tübingen, Germany), Bd. 56.
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"Goethe was director of the Weimar Court Theatre from 1791 to 1817. During these years, which were characterized by political upheavals, he was not only a famous and influential poet but at the same time a close confidant of the Grand Duke Carl August and minister in his government. As theatre director he took advantage of both of his social functions and made the stage a place of communication of cultural policy.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Birgit Himmelseher
ISBN: 9783110231496 3110231492
OCLC Number: 659711732
Description: vii, 311 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Einleitung --
Das Weimarer Hoftheater als Ort einer kulturpolitischen Auseinandersetzung Goethes mit der Französischen Revolution (1791-1794) --
Goethe und Schiller: Kulturpolitik als ästhetisches Konzept (1794-1805) --
Das Weimarer Hoftheater in der napoleonischen Zeit (1806-1813) --
Politische und kulturelle Umorientierung: Aufbruch in eine neue Epoche (1813-1817) --
Zusammenfassung.
Series Title: Theatron (Tübingen, Germany), Bd. 56.
Responsibility: Birgit Himmelseher.

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"Goethe was director of the Weimar Court Theatre from 1791 to 1817. During these years, which were characterized by political upheavals, he was not only a famous and influential poet but at the same time a close confidant of the Grand Duke Carl August and minister in his government. As theatre director he took advantage of both of his social functions and made the stage a place of communication of cultural policy. This study explores the influence of political events on Goethe's theatre conception and which role the stage played as political medium in the duchy."--Publisher's website.

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