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Loại tài liệu:
Technical Report
Tác giả:
Gillespie, Gerald
Đề mục:
Literary criticism
Nhà xuất bản:
The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill United States
Ngày xuất bản:
May 2009
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Nguồn gốc:
The Comparatist, volume 33, May 2009, pages 63-85
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In die first third of the nineteenth century, Goethe, a non-Christian who had been raised as a Protestant, celebrated her as such, the "Virgin, mother, queen / Goddess," in the scene "Mountain Gorges," where she embodies an archetype that he famously names the "Eternal Feminine" in the closing "Chorus Mysticus" of Faust II (Gillespie, Echoland 60). If one starts from the Renaissance and counts the number of publications in Europe centered on Oedipuswhether plays, poems, stories, novels, or dissertations and critical commentary - it becomes obvious that the Oedipus (and Hamlet) fixation, in terms of number of publications, first exhibits a slowly rising line, then the line steepens toward the end of the seventeenth century and throughout the Enlightenment, and finally it soars in the Romantic period and peaks in the first decade of the twentieth century.

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