Questions related to German Literature
Classicism is a philosophy of conservatism, imitation of the famous experts and mentorship whereas Romanticism is a philosophy of freedom, intuition, quest for adventure and realization of individual dreams, aspirations or imagination. Both manifested historically in Literature, Arts and Music. But nowadays, the interact of these two concepts leads to a conflict as it occurred in France during premiere of Victor Hugo's Hernani in Paris in 1830. I observed through about a decade research on Romanticism that Classicism and Romanticism are two variable factors that determine a social change. This is as a result of conflict that occurs between the classics and the romantics in all spheres of life. Collaborative research will be welcomed ; articles on this is yet to be published. Any journal on Romanticism, Literature, Comparative Literature, French Literature, German Literature , Psychoanalysis Guardian & Counseling and Adolescence?
I am currentliy Developing my subject for my graduation work (M.A. E-Learning and Media Education).
At the moment I am mostly interested in looking whether and how the live-streaming platform "twitch.tv" can be effectively used to provide education in any way, form and context.
The subject has to specified though, but the decision to work on this subject mostly depends on the question whether there are some researches and/or scientific works regarding this thematic field. My recent searches didn't provide the best results, which is why I am now trying to ask you guys for a little help or some hints.
Maybe there is someone out there, who already did some research in this thematic field and can name some important frame works, researches and articles to read or at least good websites/search engines to search for resources. Any advice and suggestion will help me.
Sorry for my not so perfect English, but I am from Germany. So german or english literature will be the easiest to work with for me.
Any questions? Feel free to ask me!
Thanks in advance.
Dear all, since there is not that much information about bilingualism and childhood aphasia in the german literature, I hope you can give me some more information. This is for a 19 year old girl who suffered a stroke at the age of eleven and who has to learn English.
This line taken from Hymns to the Night interests me because of the use of Tents -- any perspectives on why he sees Tents as joyous would be of interest
Origin of Bildungsroman is from German literature and what are all the features that distinguishes it from English Bildungsroman.
I am doing research on Lujo Brentano and I need some info about the relation between Lujo and Karl Marx. "Lujo Brentano was the nephew of the writers Clemens Brentano and Bettina von Arnim, two major figures in the romantic movement in German literature, and the brother of Franz Brentano, a philosopher whose students included Edmund Husserl, Alexius Meinong and Sigmund Freud, among others".