Stefan George und die Religion

Without a doubt, modernism - including aesthetic modernism - has had a complex relationship with religion. Lately, this relationship has attracted new research interest from scholars in the humanities and social sciences, including research on George. Rather than representing a religious "speci...

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Published in:Untersuchungen zur deutschen Literaturgeschichte
Contributors: Braungart, Wolfgang 1956- (herausgeberin, mitwirkender, Editor, Contributor); Auffarth, Christoph 1951- (mitwirkender, Contributor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:German
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Published: Berlin Boston De Gruyter [2015]
In:Untersuchungen zur deutschen Literaturgeschichte
Series/Journal:Untersuchungen zur deutschen Literaturgeschichte Band 147
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B George, Stefan 1868-1933 / Religion
Further subjects:B Literary Studies
B 20th Century
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Summary:Without a doubt, modernism - including aesthetic modernism - has had a complex relationship with religion. Lately, this relationship has attracted new research interest from scholars in the humanities and social sciences, including research on George. Rather than representing a religious "special pathway,"; Stefan George and his circle can be regarded as a model for aesthetic modernists' intense attention to religion.
ISBN:311043590X
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1515/9783110435900