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Hebbel

Christian Friedrich . 1813--63, German dramatist and lyric poet, whose historical works were influenced by Hegel; his major plays are Maria Magdalena (1844), Herodes und Marianne (1850), and the trilogy Die Nibelungen (1862)
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En el prologo a la mencionada Judith de Hebbel, Jacinto Grau subraya el trasfondo reflexivo de este argumento, que hace patentes los elusivos limites entre la vida y la muerte:
Meglio: Goethe era sempre stato presente al suo pensiero, ma in precedenza l'armonia goethiana aveva vissuto costantemente in diade con lo sforzo etico che Slataper aveva rintracciato nei primi romantici e poi in Hebbel, e da qui in Ibsen: posizionamento filosofico che il triestino aveva riattualizzato come radice della condizione di crisi della modernita.
ix), and so Sharman stages a series of readings of twentieth-century texts that look back to earlier ones: Schiller's Die Jungfrau von Orleans and Brecht's Die heilige Johanna der Schlachthofe; Hebbel's and Franz Xaver Kroetz's Maria Magdalena; Thomas Mann's Der Tod in Venedig and Wolfgang Koeppen's Der Tod in Rom; Buchner's and Peter Schneider's Lenz, Goethe's and Ulrich Plenzdorf's Werther novels; and Hofmannsthal's 'Chandos Letter' and John Banville's The Newton Letter as descendants of Die Wahlverwandtschaften.
For contemporary dance, the leading venues are Hebbel Theater, Schiller Theater, Schaubuhne Theater, Theater am Halleschen Ufer, Podewil, Dock 11, Tanzfabrik and Sophiensaele.
Brian Hebbel, director of the Division of Systems Contracts of Health Care Financing Administration, was looking for just the right technology fit for his agency.
She is accorded a place in German literary history as the mentor of Friedrich Hebbel, but rarely as a writer, and until now there has been little response to calls for a reassessment of her work.
Leafstedt, however, is the first to argue that Balazs's symbolism differs from Maeterlinck's in ways that suggest the influence of German playwright Friedrich Hebbel (1813-1863), the subject of Balazs's doctoral dissertation.
The writer who provides the largest body of relevant material is Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, but works by Gutzkow, Bettine von Arnim, Annette von Droste-Hulshoff, Hebbel, Freytag, Raabe, Fontane, Grillparzer, Ebner-Eschenbach, Anzengruber, and Ferdinand von Saar are also examined, as are several tales by the Alsatian authors Erckmann and Chatrian.
After the First World War the critic Karl Holl (1892-1972), born, like Stephan, in Worms and a friend of the composer from his Munich years, edited and published most of the works left unpublished at Stephan's death, including sixteen songs, the Musik fur sieben Saiteninstrumente, the Musik fur Geige und Orchester and the ballade Liebeszauber (on a text by Friedrich Hebbel) for baritone and orchestra.
His dramatic trilogy Der Held des Nordens (1808-10; "Hero of the North") is the first modern dramatic treatment of the Nibelung story and a source for the later dramas of Friedrich Hebbel and the operas of Richard Wagner.