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Delayed Endings.

Author: Alice Kuzniar
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : University of Georgia Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In Delayed Endings, Alice A. Kuzniar demonstrates how Novalis and Hölderlin exemplified the Romantics' new way of narrating time, and how their method of nonclosure, or the deliberate avoidance of resolution and the strategies that bring it about, united the narrative, semantic, and thematic strains of their work. Novalis's Heinrich von Ofterdingen not only lacks a conclusion but even has a ruptured and disoriented  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Kuzniar
ISBN: 9780820332444 0820332445
OCLC Number: 779977178

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Kuzniar demonstrates how Novalis and H lderlin exemplified the Romantics' new way of narrating time, and how their method of nonclosure, or the deliberate avoidance of resolution and the strategies  Read more...

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This is an immensely learned and suggestive study. Kuzniar's book is a thoroughly rewarding contribution to the ongoing reassessment of Romanticism.--South Atlantic Review A welcomed addition to the Read more...

 
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