»Stopim do oltarja in berem … iz svetega Homerja«: bralne prakse in mistika narave v Goethejevem času

  • Blaž Zabel
Ključne besede: nemška književnost, literarna recepcija, literarna interpretacija, antika, Homer, homerska epika, mistika narave, Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von

Povzetek

Članek obravnava koncept mistike narave v nemški romantiki in dokazuje, da so bile bralne prakse antične poezije, predvsem pa Homerja, pomemben dejavnik pri oblikovanju romantičnega razumevanja tako antike kot modernosti. To dokazuje z obravnavo bralnih in pisateljskih praks Johanna Wolfganga von Goetheja ter njegove vpetosti v širše miselne tokove nemške romantike. Pri tem osvetli tudi specifiko nemške romantike, ki je antiko razumela kot izraz naravnosti, modernost pa kot izgubo enotnosti z naravo.

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2018-05-31