Literature of Romanticism

From F. Schlegel to E.T.A. Hoffmann

At first glance, the text appears very simple. It reminds us of a folk song. The first stanza tells of Heaven and Earth uniting – often interpreted as a bridal kiss. But then irritation already sets in. It says: “It was“– so it is past, distant. Only an echo remains, a reflection.

Then blossoms’ shimmer and dream – rendered unreal by the expression ”as if“. All of it typical ideas of Romanticism.

  • Article no.: 4675557
  • Targetgroups: Sek I,Sek II
  • Length: 25:56 min
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