Ludolf Wienbarg

Wienbarg, Ludolf

 

Born Dec. 25, 1802, in Altona; died Jan. 2, 1872, in Schleswig. German journalist and literary theorist.

Wienbarg’s book Aesthetic Journeys (1834) became the manifesto of the Young Germany literary movement. Wienbarg formulated the positions of realist aesthetics in his polemic against romanticism. In 1835, Wienbarg’s works were banned by the federal diet; subsequently, Wienbarg edited various newspapers in Hamburg.

WORKS

Wanderungen durch den Thierkreis. Hamburg, 1835.
Zur neuesten Literatur, 2nd ed. Hamburg, 1838.
Tagebuch von Helgoland, 2nd ed. Berlin, 1921.
Das Geheimnis des Wortes: Ein Beitrag. Hamburg, 1852.
Ästhetische Feldzuge. Berlin-Wei mar, 1964.

REFERENCES

Schweizer, V. Ludolf Wienbarg: Beitrage zu einer jungdeutschen Ästhetik. Leipzig, 1897.
Dietze, W. Junges Deutschlandunddeutsche Klassik [2nd ed.]. Berlin [1958].

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