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Kleist

(Bernd) Heinrich (Wilhelm) von . 1777--1811, German dramatist, poet, and short-story writer. His plays include The Broken Pitcher (1808), Penthesilea (1808), and The Prince of Homburg (published 1821)
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79 ERA) are coming off impressive freshman seasons complementing Kleist.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon Wealth Management, Kleist was CEO, COO, CFO and CIO of four single family offices where he worked through various challenges around investments, real estate, estate planning, tax issues, family governance and family dynamics.
Kleist was previously CEO, COO, CFO and CIO of four single family offices where he worked on investments, real estate, estate planning, tax issues, family governance and family dynamics.
La historia de la pelicula que nunca se llego a filmar, las extensas e inteligentes digresiones sobre el relato de Kleist y sus posibilidades de traslacion a escenarios historicos de Japon, al igual que el pasado ambiguo y oscuro de Sakura, son necesarios, pero me han gustado menos que los parentesis que lo contienen todo y lo hacen explotar --semioticamente--al final.
When Henriette's severe mother, scandalized by the premise of The Marquise of O, avers that she prefers Goethe, Hausner does not reveal Kleist's reaction, but the comment would have lanced a festering wound: Kleist obsessed over the opinion of Goethe, who had once expressed "horror and revulsion" at something in Kleist's works.
Banville's full acknowledgement of the influence of Kleist is, of course, most emphatically offered in the adaptations of the three plays and in his rewriting of Amphitryon in prose fictional form as The Infinities (2009).
An interesting and concurrently intriguing fact about Heinrich von Kleist is that he kept on writing even while still in prison (Fort de Joux), succeeding in completing and publishing Amphitryon.
Von Kleist was 22 when he volunteered to wear a suicide vest at a meeting with Hitler.
We must get the mineral sector and industry moving," Kleist told reporters prior to the vote, according to the weekly newspaper Sermitsiaq.
Writing not long after von Kleist, Hegel called revenge "a positive action of a particular will," by which he meant to say that anyone who, like Michael Kohlhaas or the settler youth, embarked on a campaign of retribution in the name of some exalted, religious ideal was bound to discover that they were really pursuing the narrowest of private interests.
Nesse sentido, desde sua abertura, o conto de Kleist (1997) poe em questao a cesura corpo/alma, sugerindo que a reflexao detida sobre a danca propicia uma ultrapassagem de crencas filosoficas (e comuns) fortemente arraigadas.