For some literary scholars and historians, the publication of Eckbert represents the beginning of a specifically German romantic movement. Eckbert lives an idyllic life, secluded in a castle deep within a forest in the Harz Mountains , with his wife Bertha. They have no children but enjoy life together. Phillip Walther, Eckbert's one contact with society, shatters this harmony during a visit at the outset of the story.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Der Blonde Eckbert. May 10, Foxyreading rated it liked it. I liked it was very entertaining! I loved the plottwist at the end! Jun 01, Robin Blanker rated it really liked it.
Is er een kunstsprookje dat meer exemplarisch is voor de literaire periode van de Romantiek? Ludwig Tieck lijkt "Der blonde Eckbert" voor het onderwijs geschreven te hebben zowel geschikt voor de Realschule als voor het gymnasium. Ook voor een "moderne" lezer is het verhaal nog zo fris als ruim jaar geleden. Het begint op Biedermeier-achtige wijze: een m Is er een kunstsprookje dat meer exemplarisch is voor de literaire periode van de Romantiek? Het begint op Biedermeier-achtige wijze: een man en een vrouw leven genoeglijk samen op een burcht, met af en toe bezoek van een goede vriend.
Maar dan vertelt de vrouw een sprookjesachtig verhaal, waaruit blijkt dat ze in het verleden schuld op zich geladen heeft. En hoe zeer zij en haar man ook proberen die schuld uit te wissen, het verleden blijft hen achtervolgen en wordt hen uiteindelijk fataal.
Een mooi verhaal, met diepere inzichten in het menselijke wezen en geschreven in een onberispelijke stijl. This is an amazing and short story of a child who runs away from home after being abused by her cruel father, who constantly says she's useless.
The scenes of her in the woods are worth the read alone. Tieck may have been borrowing a lot here, but he rendered a great, magical tale that includes a stunning twist and is, ultimately, about revenge. Dec 30, Vatroslav Herceg rated it liked it.
Zagreb Naprijed Jezik je konstruiran u stilu bajke. Tieck je ovom bajkom Zagreb Naprijed After discovering the German word 'Waldeinsamkeit' and learning it was coined by Ludwig Tieck in this story, I sought it out and stored it away to read later. My trip to Germany seemed an ideal time and it was a glorious bonus to find it "In a district in the Harz Mountains lived a knight who by custom was called simply Eckbert the Blond My trip to Germany seemed an ideal time and it was a glorious bonus to find it was set in the very hills I was reading amongst.
The story is odd and haunting, view spoiler [and kind of subverts the usual fairy story trope that the Good end happily, Hard Work wins out, and the Wicked will come to a sticky end Tieck was one of the first writers to further complicate a supernatural story or fairy tale with an insanity crisis.
Later, Hoffmann followed his steps. And yes, twist at the end was great. It makes you think all the story once more. Oct 03, Brenda rated it it was ok. Disfrute mucho de esta lectura. Feb 21, Anastasija Nowikowa rated it really liked it. Plot twists rule. Yay, finally something I read that I can count on here! I am reading a shitton for classwork, but most of that is just single chapters. So yeah, I read that for my German lit class and Interesting to discuss? But not really material to be excited about.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Ludwig Tieck. Ludwig Tieck. Johann Ludwig Tieck was a German poet, translator, editor, novelist, and critic, who was part of the Romantic movement of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Tieck's importance lay in the readiness with which he adapted himself to the new ideas which arose at the close of the 18th century, rather than in any conspicuous originality.
His importance in German poetry is restricted to his early per Johann Ludwig Tieck was a German poet, translator, editor, novelist, and critic, who was part of the Romantic movement of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. His importance in German poetry is restricted to his early period. In later years it was as the helpful friend and adviser of others, or as the well-read critic of wide sympathies, that Tieck distinguished himself.
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Quick Links:. The Importance of Ambiguity in "Der blonde Eckbert". In Tieck's hands, however, the combination of these two fairly straightforward forms takes on a life of its own, confronting the reader with an astounding depth and intricacy: the interweaving of both mundane and fantastic, even demonic occurrences, the emphasis on psychology and subjectivity, and the insistence on unresolved ambiguities leave the reader at once frustrated and intrigued -- and open up nearly endless avenues for interpretation. Tieck's "Der blonde Eckbert," published in , is a classic example of this genre in early Romantic writing, incorporating representative philosophical as well as literary tendencies. Significant, however, is that none of these themes is presented unambiguously; each is portrayed at times as positive, only to prove destructive or impossible in the end. For Tieck, daily life and the fantastic have become inseparable; any attempt to live one without the other is doomed to failure.
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