Sophie Mereau-Brentano.
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Sophie Mereau-Brentano. „Dyletantka” na weimarskim parnasie
Sophie Mereau-Brentano. "The Dilettante" on the Weimar Parnassus

Contributor(s): Renata Dampc-Jarosz (Editor), Nina Nowara-Matusik (Editor)
Subject(s): Literary Texts, Poetry, Novel, Short Story, German Literature
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Keywords: Sophie Merau-Brentano; women's literature of the classical-romantic era; cooperation with Schiller; epistolary novel; artist; self-realisation
Summary/Abstract: Series: Niemiecka Literatura Kobiet (3), ISSN 2719-8170 Sophie Mereau-Brentano (1770-1806) was one of the few first professional German writers. She was given the opportunity to publish under her own name, publish magazines or negotiate with publishers. However, she owed her position on the publishing market largely to the support of her 'colleagues' - Friedrich Schiller and Achim von Arnim. The publication "Sophie Mereau-Brantano. The dilettante on the Weimar Parnassus", edited by Renata Dampc-Jarosz and Nina Nowara-Matusik, brings the readers closer to this little known Polish author of the classical-romantic era and her two prose works translated into Polish - the epistolary novel Amanda und Eduard and the novel Marie. The monographic studies of the third volume of the German Women's Literature series focus on those aspects of Sophie Mereau-Brentano's work which illustrate the stages of her creative development, the influence of the cultural field on the formation of personality (Renata Dampc-Jarosz/Katowice), cooperation with Schiller (Norbert Oellers/Bonn), co-creating the history of women's literature, in particular the epistolary novel genre (Karina Becker/Paderborn) and the artist's and art paradigms in Marie's autobiographical novel (Nina Nowara-Matusik/Katowice). Also translated as part of a translation project, involving research and teaching staff as well as students and doctoral candidates at the University of Silesia, the novel Amanda and Eduard and the short story Marie deal with themes of art, the self-fulfilment of women in the bourgeois society of the time, and - or above all - the constant search for love and happiness.

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-83-226-3970-2
  • Print-ISBN-13: 978-83-226-3969-6
  • Page Count: 323
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Language: Polish
Sophie Mereau-Brentano i jej droga do pisarstwa

Sophie Mereau-Brentano i jej droga do pisarstwa
(Sophie Mereau-Brentano and her ways to write)

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Sophie Mereau i Schiller

Sophie Mereau i Schiller
(Sophie Mereau-Brentano and Schiller)

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Emancypacja jako rzeczywistość wyimaginowana w powieściach epistolarnych Sophie von La Roche i Sophie Mereau

Emancypacja jako rzeczywistość wyimaginowana w powieściach epistolarnych Sophie von La Roche i Sophie Mereau
(Emancipation as an imaginary reality in the epistolary novels of Sophie von La Roche and Sophie Mereau)

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Problematyka artystowska w opowiadaniu „Marie” Sophie Mereau-Brentano

Problematyka artystowska w opowiadaniu „Marie” Sophie Mereau-Brentano
(Artistic issues in “Marie” Sophie Mereau-Brentano’s short story)

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„Amanda i Eduard”

„Amanda i Eduard”
(„Amanda and Eduard”)

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„Marie”

„Marie”
(„Marie”)

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