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Sandra Mayer

première of her boldly idiosyncratic adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest , candidly admits to a scheme of interpretive disambiguation: This clandestine life of dissimulation […] has brought forth the ambiguity of his language, pointing straight towards his (and our) deep-seated injuries

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Sandra Mayer

ladies. Catering to local audiences’ fascination with visual theatrical effects, sophisticated stagecraft, and a sumptuous set of elegant décor, the article commends the ‘high-life elegance’ (“Highlife-Eleganz”) of the expensively tailored robes. The glamorous finesse of what is perceived to be a

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Ariel Hessayon

. Wright translates the inscription thus: Under this tomb lies, expecting the second coming of Christ, his redeemer, John Sparrow, Esq. who, when a young man, engaged in a military life, in which, for his exemplary conduct and courage, he received the highest applause. He died in this century, captain of a

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Lucinda Martin

Moller’s texts and also illustrates vividly that Jacob Böhme’s contemporaries believed themselves to be living in a time of great crisis. In his Meditationes , a text dear to Dorothea Glich, Moller writes: “there are many in these last burdened, troubling times […] and sometimes because of great misery

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Bo Andersson

dialectics manifests itself in the all-absorbing conflict between two hostile brothers living in a desolate area in northern Sweden. 8 Another novel by Lindgren – Klingsor – was published in 2014; its main character is a painter, who tries to depict the inner reality of everyday objects in accordance with

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Gerold Necker

in this unity, goes ahead with the will of the Father, which is characterized by a first movement motivated by “hunger” or “desire.” 95 He associates this motion with “schuf” (“created,” cf. Gen 1:1), as well as with “fiat,” 96 which is actually the Latin term for “let there be [light],” (cf. Gen 1

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Sabine Lenore Müller

location of emotions—past and present. The protagonist of Die Aufzeichnungen who is uncertainly located between the world of the living and the dead, is conceived of as a “revenant,” returned to life to realise what Manfred Engel calls new ways of seeing and being in the world. Malte looks at the ruins

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Christian Schmitt-Kilb

, meanings and ambiguities of language. It happens in between the lines, and between the lines and the receiving brain. If it works, it brings to life a forgotten emotion, a missed insight, a sense of recognition, a surprising awareness of an everyday or an extraordinary being, thing or situation. It makes

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Dagmar C.G. Lorenz

three mothers living in small-town Southern Germany. One of them, Kati Gruber, a widowed working-class woman, remains committed to her and her late husband’s Socialist cause. She remembers her married life as a happy partnership of equals. The second narrator, Countess Agnes, also a widow, lost her

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Mary Helen Dupree

thinks of nothing less than of death, and his wisdom is a meditation, not on death, but on life’. 69 In anticipation of Goethe’s Schiller memorials, then, the novel offers a depiction of how ritual and performance practice might help to direct the community of the living towards the free pursuit of