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Author: Harriet Murphy
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Title: Canetti and Nietzsche: Theories of Humor in Die Blendung (SUNY series, The Margins of Literature)
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Canetti and Nietzsche: Theories of Humor in Die Blendung (SUNY series, The Margins of Literature) by Harriet Murphy



SUNY series, the margins of literature) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-7914-3133-9 (CH: alk. paper). ISBN 0-7914-3134-7 (PB: alk. paper) 1. Canetti, Elias, 1905-1994 Die Blendung. 2. German wit and humorHistory and criticismTheory, etc. 3. Humorous stories, GermanHistory and criticism. Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. Genesis of the Novel 2. The Reception of Die Blendung: The Critical Reputation of the Novel 3. Agon's Carnival: Laughter and Play in Die Blendung (l) or "Alle guten Dinge lachen" 4. Agon's Carnival: Laughter and Play in Die Blendung (2) 5. Dionysus Dissolves Fixity and Form: "Frohlockender Wahnsinn" in Die Blendung 6. Parody, Postmodernism, Careerism 7.

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Canetti and Nietzsche Theories of Humor in Die Blendung. Harriet Murphy - Author. SUNY series, The Margins of Literature. Release Date: December 1996. Murphy's work is a solid piece of scholarship based on an excellent knowledge of the critical field, be it Austrian literature or literature in German or contemporary literature and theory. It is also an original approach to a complex novel written by a young man who many years after the publication of Die Blendung became a winner of the Nobel Prize. Murphy convincingly positions her analysis of Die Blendung in a wide critical context, one with philosophical, sociological, and cultural connotations and references.

Belonged to: "SUNY series, the margins of literature" serie. This book describes the following items: Canetti, Elias, 1905-, Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900 Influence. German Wit And Humor History And Criticism Th, More about the author(s): Harriet Murphy was born in 1960. Download more by: Harriet Murphy. Find and Load Ebook Canetti and Nietzsche

1936; as Auto-da-Fe, translated by . Wedgwood, 1946; as The Tower of Babel, translated by Wedgwood, 1947. Bischoff, 1973; Kopf und Welt: Canettis Roman Die Blendung by . Roberts, 1975; Canetti by Dagmar Barnouw, 1979; Essays in Honor of Elias Canetti, translated by Michael Hulse, 1987; Elias Canetti by Thomas H. Falk, 1993; Blind Reflections: Gender in Elias Canetti’s Die Blendung by Kristie A. Foell, 1994; Canetti and Nietzsche: Theories of Humor in Die Blendung by Harriet

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This first full-length study investigates the profound implications of the peculiarly original sense of humor found in Elias Canetti's single novel--a facetiousness, understood in a Nietzschean sense, as a revolutionary aesthetic.