Imago de Carl Spitteler

Imago de Carl Spitteler Carl Spitteler d crit avec humour et lucidit les affres d un amour malheureux Apr s de longues ann es d exil volontaire le h ros rentre au pays natal Dans sa t te la femme qu il a aim e et id alis e

  • Title: Imago de Carl Spitteler
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  • Carl Spitteler d crit avec humour et lucidit les affres d un amour malheureux Apr s de longues ann es d exil volontaire, le h ros rentre au pays natal Dans sa t te, la femme qu il a aim e et id alis e Mais les choses ont chang elle est mari e, m re de famille et ne d sire rien de plus Lui refuse de s en rendre compte Ce sont alors les tourments d une impossible p Carl Spitteler d crit avec humour et lucidit les affres d un amour malheureux Apr s de longues ann es d exil volontaire, le h ros rentre au pays natal Dans sa t te, la femme qu il a aim e et id alis e Mais les choses ont chang elle est mari e, m re de famille et ne d sire rien de plus Lui refuse de s en rendre compte Ce sont alors les tourments d une impossible passion et la douleur du renoncement.

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    • Carl Spitteler

      Carl Friedrich Georg Spitteler 24 April 1845 29 December 1924 was a Swiss poet who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1919 in special appreciation of his epic, Olympian Spring His work includes both pessimistic and heroic poems.Spitteler was born in Liestal His father was an official of the government, being Federal Secretary of the Treasury from 1849 56 Young Spitteler attended the gymnasium at Basel, having among his teachers philologist Wilhelm Wackernagel and historian Jakob Burckhardt From 1863 he studied law at the University of Zurich In 1865 1870 he studied theology in the same institution, at Heidelberg and Basel, though when a position as pastor was offered him, he felt that he must decline it He had begun to realize his mission as an epic poet and therefore refused to work in the field for which he had prepared himself 1 Later he worked in Russia as tutor, starting from August 1871, remaining there with some periods in Finland until 1879 Later he was elementary teacher in Bern and La Neuveville, as well as journalist for the Der Kunstwart and as editor for the Neue Z rcher Zeitung In 1883 Spitteler married Marie op der Hoff, previously his pupil in Neuveville.In 1881 Spitteler published the allegoric prose poem Prometheus and Epimetheus, published under the pseudonym Carl Felix Tandem, and showing contrasts between ideals and dogmas through the two mythological figures of the titles This 1881 edition was given an extended psychological exegesis by Carl Gustav Jung in his book Psychological Types published in 1921 Late in life, Spitteler reworked Prometheus and Epimetheus and published it under his true name, with the new title Prometheus der Dulder Prometheus the Sufferer, 1924.In 1882 he published his Extramundana, a collection of poems He gave up teaching in 1885 and devoted himself to a journalistic career in Basel Now his works began to come in rapid succession In 1891 there appeared Friedli, der Kalderi, a collection of short stories, in which Spitteler, as he himself says, depicted Russian realism Literarische Gleichnisse appeared in 1892, and Balladen in 1896.In 1900 1905 Spitteler wrote the powerful allegoric epic poem, in iambic hexameters, Olympischer Fr hling Olympic Spring This work, mixing fantastic, naturalistic, religions and mythological themes, deals with human concern towards the universe His prose works include Die M dchenfeinde Two Little Misogynists, 1907 , about his autobiographical childhood experiences, the dramatic Conrad der Leutnant 1898 , in which he show influence from the previously opposed Naturalism, and the autobiographical novella Imago 1906 , examining the role of unconscious in the conflict between a creative mind and the middle class restrictions with internal monologue.During World War I he opposed the pro German attitude of the Swiss German speaking majority, a position put forward in the essay Unser Schweizer Standpunkt In 1919 he won the Nobel Prize Spitteler died at Lucerne in 1924.Carl Spitteler s estate is archived in the Swiss Literary Archives in Bern, in the Z rich Central Library and in the Dichter und Stadtmuseum in Liestal.Works Prometheus und Epimetheus 1881 Extramundana 1883, seven cosmic myths Schmetterlinge Butterflies , 1889 Der Parlament r 1889 Literarische Gleichnisse Literary Parables , 1892 Gustav 1892 Balladen 1896 Conrad der Leutnant 1898 Lachende Wahrheiten 1898, essays Der olympische Fr hling 1900 1905, revised 1910 Glockenlieder Grass and Bell Songs , 1906 Imago 1906, novel Die M dchenfeinde Two Little Misogynists, 1907 Meine fr hesten Erlebnisse My Earliest Experiences , 1914, biographical Prometheus der Dulder Prometheus the Suffering , 1924



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    • Carl Spitteler announces his intentions for this novel published in 1906 in a dialogue between Viktor the protagonist et M. Wyss, the husband of the woman he loves. M. Wyss asks Viktor: "What is your opinion? Do you believe that such an ardent, exalted passion like that of Goethe's Werther could still happen in our day." Viktor replies : "Human nature is the same in every age." Spitteler has thus made it very clear that the reader is about to embark upon a version of the "Young Werther" updated [...]


    • El amor hacia lo inalcanzable la ecuación incompleta que obliga al pobre diablo no correspondido a completar el sentimiento con los fantasmas de su imaginación. Éstos son los temas centrales de Imago, que podría calificarse también, de una forma "internetil", como una obra dedicada a las venturas y desventuras de un sujeto atrapado en la friendzone y a los complicados pajazos mentales que se mete. El narrador lo hace desde un cenital no muy alto, una tercera persona que se acerca bastante a [...]


    • La verdad es que me costó encontrarle sentido, entender realmente de qué trataba o cual era la perspectiva del autor. Debi buscar el concepto de "imago" pues intuia que el nombre no era casual igualmente leí el concepto desde la perspectiva de la sicologia y con ello pude acercarme mucho mas a lo que, creo, es la esencia del libro: encontré poesia y un hermoso desarrollo de la contradiccion entre la "realidad real" y la "realidad imaginada".Ver la realidad con los ojos del corazon y actuar c [...]


    • Me agradó mucho el estilo de este autor. Muestra un interesante mundo psicológico y lo contrapone contra normativas sociales de la época. Los personajes abordan misticismo y fantasía y el relato se manifiesta en el ámbito del sueño y sus imágenes


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