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Hermann Broch's trilogy, trilogy, Die Schlafwandler [The Sleepwalkers] has often been described as an apocalyptic text.1 This characterization is. Paul Michael Lützler, Die Entropie des Menschen: Studien zum Werk . novels- architecture and ornamentation in the masterwork Die Schlafwandler and. Die Schlafwandler. ANDREW BOWIE. Cambridgeshire College of A rts and Technology. Broch's novel belongs to that movement in modern fiction which ceased.
Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am Retrieved 10 June He found another chance to do so in his book of essays Hofmannsthal and His Time Hofmannsthal und seine Zeit , criticising fin-de-siecle culture in Vienna which he felt was represented by kitsch and fussiness. Closing reflections from the author predict that the destruction of values in Germany has left the way open for an amoral and ruthless new Leader to emerge, who will prophesy a new future for the disoriented nation. Hidden category: Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. He eats at the bar of the widow Gertrud Hentjen, who keeps all men at a distance, and drinks there with Martin Geyring, a socialist trade union organiser.
Frankfurtam Main: Of all the exponentsof the Jung-Wienera andthe literaryscene of interwarAustria, HermannBrochis relativelyspeakingthe mostneglectedin researchandgeneralpop- ularityon both sides of the Atlantic. This is not to say thatBrochdid not have a par- ticularlyvital reputationin his own time.
Unfortunately, the Vienna Academy of Sciences' reply to the Nobel Committee's inquiry for detailed informa- tion on Broch was that an authorby this name was unknown in Vienna.
The absurdre- sponse suggests an uninformed Academy ratherthan Broch's lack of visibility, but his place in the German-language literary canon has never come close to the magnitude of his contribution to literature. As Ltitzeler posits in this impeccably researched and detailed work, Broch's as- tringent vision of fin-de-sidcle Europe and its artistic philosophies seems more in har- mony with the work of Canetti, Musil, even Kafka, than with that of Hofmannsthal and his circle.
Broch wrote on Karl Kraus's "aggressive opposition" to the aestheticism of the Jahrhundertwende,and in many ways continued Kraus'siconoclastic evaluation of the epoch's style and content. For Broch, aesthetics must take second place to ethics, and like WalterBenjamin, who found nascent fascism in classicism, Broch rejected the "Wertvakuum"of the Symbolists and neo-Romantics in favor of more sociopolitically oriented values in his own writing: Moreover, Liitzeler underscores Broch's appreciation for the "Absolut-Satire"as the major art form of the twentieth century.
It would serve as a critical antidote to the ritualistic and melodra- matic writing of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Ltitzeler's study, which should become the primary guide for Broch scholarship in its examination of the Forschungsstand, as well as for its biographical matrix, also introduces fascinating aspects of the examination of Broch's novels-architecture and ornamentation in the masterwork Die Schlafwandler and mysticism in the neglected Die Verzauberung.
There is an intertextual reading of Broch's novellas here, and Liitzeler pays particular attention to the aesthetic and sociopolitical values of Broch the essayist.
Substantial space is also devoted to Broch's rich and varied correspon- dence: Broch's revealing epistolary talent is also served by another recent release from Lfitzeler, Der Tod im Exil, an annotated collection of the correspondence between Broch and Annemarie Meier-Graefe from to Broch's sudden death in It has been said that the sociocultural earthquakes of the Weimar Republic and the Austrian First Republic cleaved along gender lines, and that both societies were propelled by the problematic dyad of the traditionalist old man and the emancipated new woman.
Broch and Annemarie Meier-Graefe, artist and young widow of art historian Julius Maier-Graefe, representthis interwargender collision in exile and into the postwar era. Desiring a stoic life and even self-sacrifice "seine Selbststrafungs-Neurose" , Broch attempted to resist a serious attachment to Meier-Graefe, whom he met in Vi- enna in and again in New Yorkin , but they eventually married, although the union was kept a secret until after his death.
It is clear from the correspondence that Broch is both physically exhausted and emotionally unpreparedfor a returnto Europe. He seeks solace in his New Haven exile, continually postponing the journey, while his younger wife eagerly arranges to create a new life for them in France. Interesting, too, is Broch's ambivalent attitude towards his wife's artistic drive and initiative, traits he This content downloaded from Also revealingis Broch'sdelu- sionalreinventionof his relationshipwith his estrangedson, businessman,translator Broch,Canetti,Rezzori ,andlateradministrator withMaier-Graefe of Broch'slit- eraryestate,HermannBrochde Rothermann.
Unsuccessfulattemptsto connectBrochwith the American academicworldunderscorehis resignation,but the suggestionof a Nobel Prize in- spiresbrief enthusiasm,albeitmorefor the much-neededmoneythanfor the honor. PainstakinglyassembledfromtheBrocharchivesat YaleUniversityLibraryand theMaier-Graefe holdingsat theDeutschesLiteraturarchiv in Marbach,Liitzeler'scol- lection suggestsnothingso muchas the doom of those who are too closely tied to a passingworld-the verymessageof earlyBroch,particularly Die Schlafivandler.
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Die Anarchie ist die Anarchie der Werte, eine elementare Orientierungslosigkeit. Hier trifft er Geyring.
Pasenow oder die Romantik ist. Ilona wird die Geliebte Korns.
Erna sucht mit Macht einen Mann, aber Esch lehnt ihre Angebote ab. Martin wird bei einer auch von Esch besuchten Gewerkschaftsversammlung wegen angeblicher Aufwiegelei verhaftet, obwohl er mit der Direktion des Werks zusammenarbeitet, was Esch als ungerecht empfindet.
Es kommt zu einem Streik, weil von Bertrand hinter der Verhaftungsaktion steht. Frau Hentjen wird nach einer Fahrt nach St. Auf dem Weg dorthin kommt er nach Mannheim und logiert einige Tage bei den Korns.