10 edition of The literary existence of Germaine de Staël found in the catalog.
|Statement||Charlotte Hogsett ; foreword by Madelyn Gutwirth.|
|LC Classifications||PQ2431.Z5 H58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||87004295|
The first full-length exploration of the tempestuous relationship between two leading writers, thinkers, and political activists of the French revolutionary age When they first met in , shortly after the Reign of Terror, Germaine de Staël and Benjamin Constant were both in their twenties, both married, and both outsiders. She was already celebrated and a published writer, whereas he. Anne-Louise Germaine de Staël-Holstein (Paris, 22 de abril de — 14 de julho de ), mais conhecida como Madame de Staël, foi uma intelectual, ensaísta e romancista francesa, que presenciou em primeira mão a Revolução Francesa, a Era Napoleônica e a Restauração.   Ao lado de Benjamin Constant, ela formou um dos casais intelectuais mais celebrados de seu tempo.
Madame de Staël’s novel "Corinne, or Italy" () is the story of a larger-than-life woman, an almost mythical creature that an entire people have raised as their national genius. The self-evident symbiosis between the two juxtaposed elements of the book’s title results in a definite gendered vision of Italy/5(39). In during the period of the “Terror”, life in Paris became so dangerous that Germain fled her family residence at Chateau de Coppet near Geneva. By the end of the revolution in order, Germain returned to Paris and resumed her salons. She published several political and literary essays. Napoleon Bonaparte seized power in
In The Literary Existence of Germaine de Staël, pp. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, Examines de Staël's attempts to insert feminine ways of narration into a masculine-oriented history and literature in A Treatise on Ancient and Modern Literature and. "Winegarten tells the story of de Staël and Constant's 'marriage of true minds' with absorbing detail de Stael's books about literature and Germany merit rediscovery For many readers, I suspect that the names Germaine de Staël and Benjamin Constant are, in effect, just names.
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: The Literary Existence of Germaine de Stael (Ad Feminam: Women and Literature) (): Hogsett, Charlotte, Gutwirth, Madelyn: BooksCited by: 3. Synopsis. Against the wishes of her parents and the traditions of upper-class French society, Germaine de Staël ( ) struggled to be accepted as a serious writer.
At a time when ladies wrote a little poetry and small stories, Staël insisted on writing about politics and philosophy. In an effort to abide by the rules of her society, she wrote in two styles- that of a woman and that of a man- but as Charlotte.
Get this from a library. The literary existence of Germaine de Staël. [Charlotte Hogsett] -- "Against the wishes of her parents and the traditions of upper-class French society, Germaine de Staël () struggled to be accepted as a serious writer.
At a time when ladies wrote a little. Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hogsett, Charlotte, Literary existence of Germaine de Staël. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Staël, Madame de; Staël, Madame de; Staël, Madame de; Anne Louise Germaine de.
the literary existence of germaine de stael. carbondale: southern illinois university press. Germaine de Staël The French-Swiss woman of letters and novelist Germaine de Staël [full name Anne Louise Germaine Necker, Baronne de Staël-Holstein, historically referred to as Madame de Staël] () greatly influenced European thought and literature with her enthusiasm for German.
Literary Criticism of Germaine de Staël. By Nasrullah Mambrol on Decem • (2) Germaine de Staël’s (–) life and writings intersect profoundly with a number of political, intellectual, and literary movements.
To begin with, she was one of the heirs of Enlightenment thought; her friends and acquaintances included the Encyclopedists Denis Diderot and Jean. It was her Lettres sur les ouvrages et le caractère de J.-J.
Rousseau (; Letters on the Works and the Character of J.-J. Rousseau) that established her credibility in the world of literature and made her well-known in society’s most influential circles. “The mystery of existence is the connection between our faults and our misfortunes.”.
Author of L'Angleterre dans l'oeuvre de Madame de Staël and others. Germaine de Staël, in full Anne-Louise-Germaine Necker, Baronne (baroness) de Staël-Holstein, byname Madame de Staël, (born ApParis, Fr.—died JParis), French-Swiss woman of letters, political propagandist, and conversationalist, who epitomized the European culture of her time.
Germaine de Staël’s (–) life and writings intersect profoundly with a number of political, intellectual, and literary movements. To begin with, she was one of the heirs of Enlightenment thought; her friends and acquaintances included the Encyclopedists Denis Diderot and Jean d’Alembert.
"[Germaine de Staël] makes for compelling reading in our current moment. And under any circumstances, Biancamaria Fontana's lively and learned new book is a long-overdue testimony to the enduring political significance of Germaine de Staël as a founding figure of the French liberal tradition."—Carla Hesse, Times Higher Education.
The French-Swiss woman of letters and novelist Germaine de Staël [full name Anne Louise Germaine Necker, Baronne de Staël-Holstein, historically referred to as Madame de Staël] () greatly influenced European thought and literature with her enthusiasm for German romanticism.
Germaine de Staël was born Anne Louise Germaine Necker in Paris on Ap Germaine (or Minette, "kitty") was the only child of Suzanne Curchod, who hosted in Rue de la Chaussée-d'Antin one of the most popular salons of Paris and prominent banker and statesman Jacques Necker, who was the Director-General of Finance under King Louis XVI of Necker wanted her daughter educated according to the principles of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and endow her with the Born: Anne-Louise Germaine Necker, 22 April.
The Literary Existence of Germaine de Staël. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, Critical and biographical study includes index and bibliography. The other, Madame de Staël’s Germany (), was a description of the new and thriving literature, philosophy, and popular culture in Germany.
Napoleon prohibited the circulation of the book in France, but its message percolated French public opinion nonetheless. Two other sources of future light were the Idéologues, a group. Charlotte Hogsett, The Literary Existence of Germaine de Staël (Southern Illinois University Press, ); Marie-Claire Vallois, Fictions féminines: Mme de Staël et les voix de la Sibylle (Stanford: Anma Libri, ); Carla Peterson, The Determined Reader: Gender and Culture in the Novel from Napoleon to Victoria (Rutgers University Press.
Germaine de Staël (–) is perhaps best known today as a novelist, literary critic, and outspoken and independent thinker. Yet she was also a prominent figure in politics during the French Revolution. Originally published as An Extraordinary Woman: Selected Writings of Germaine de Stael, this volume is the first to make a representative sample of her work available to English readers.
The selections reflect the wide range of her interests; they include novellas, chapters from her novels, literary and sociological criticism, philosophical reflections, a short play, and an eyewitness account of the Reviews: 1. Madame de Staël (Anne-Louise-Germaine) Full view - Germany, Volume 2 that which owes its birth to the union of chivalry and Christianity.
If we do not admit that the empire of literature has been divided between paganism and Christianity, the north and the south, antiquity and the middle ages, chivalry and the institutions of Greece 5/5(1).
In The Literary Existence of Germaine de Staël, pp. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, Examines de Staël's attempts to insert feminine ways of narration into a.
Germaine de Staël travelled widely and her work had been translated into several languages. She was the only daughter of wealthy Swiss banker Jacques Necker, who became finance minister to Louis.- Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution (ed.
by the Duke de Broglie and the Baron de Stael, tr. ; edited, with an introduction and notes, by Aurelian Craiutu, ) Œuvres complètes de Mme.
la baronne de Staël, (17 vols., edited by Auguste-Louis de Stael) Dix Années d'exil, She was thus forced into exile commented on Stael in letters and book reviews, but whose novels also contain intertextual references to her life and works.2 As Europe's most prominent woman author of the period aroundGermaine de Stael () exerted a profound impact on subsequent German literary women, including Friederike Helene.