Romantische Konstruktionen von Männlichkeit und Weiblichkeit – Die Romane von Dorothea und Friedrich Schlegel

  • While the title of Friedrich Schlegel’s novel Lucinde (1799) bears the name of a woman, the eponymic protagonist in Dorothea Schlegel’s novel Florentin (1801) is a man. Both novels have remained fragmentary as well in the literal as in the romantic sense of the word, both novels deal with literary constructions of femininity and masculinity. While Dorothea follows a more traditional role model in her primarily narrative novelistic text, Friedrich pursues in his predominantly speculative novelistic text rather new ways of thinking. According to the romantic concept of ‚progressive Universalpoesie’ he combines the two distinct principles of femininity and masculinity by establishing a connection between them and at the same time dissolving them in a universal context.

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Author:Markus Fischer
URN:urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-655768
URL:http://uniblaga.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/39.1.8.pdf
ISSN:2247-4633
ISSN:1454-5144
Parent Title (German):Germanistische Beiträge
Publisher:Lehrstuhl für Germanistik an der Lucian-Blaga-Universität Sibiu/Hermannstadt
Place of publication:Sibiu / Hermannstadt
Document Type:Article
Language:German
Year of Completion:2016
Year of first Publication:2016
Publishing Institution:Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg
Release Date:2022/01/19
Tag:Dorothea Schlegel; Femininity; Florentin; Friedrich Schlegel; Lucinde; Masculinity; Romanticism
Volume:39
Page Number:26
First Page:130
Last Page:155
HeBIS-PPN:491253826
Dewey Decimal Classification:8 Literatur / 83 Deutsche und verwandte Literaturen / 830 Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur
Sammlungen:Germanistik / GiNDok
Zeitschriften / Jahresberichte:Germanistische Beiträge / Germanistische Beiträge 39.2016
Journal:urn:nbn:de:hebis:30:3-655681
Licence (German):License LogoDeutsches Urheberrecht