'Wenn ihr nicht werdet wie die Kinder' - The Significance of the Child in the World-View of Ilse Aichinger

by Catharine Purdie
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Catharine Purdie 'Wenn ihr nicht werdet wie die Kinder' - The Significance of the Child in the World-View of Ilse Aichinger
Catharine Purdie - 'Wenn ihr nicht werdet wie die Kinder' - The Significance of the Child in the World-View of Ilse Aichinger

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Children play a vital role in the work of Ilse Aichinger. Through an analysis of Die grössere Hoffnung and other texts, this monograph sets out to explore their significance within Aichinger's world-view, and the implications of this for her writing. The key to these questions lies in Aichinger's interpretation of Matthew 18:3: 'Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.' For Aichinger, this is 'vielleicht das härteste Gebot der Bibel' (Kleist, Moos, Fasane), because she equates becoming 'as little children' with 'die Ergebung in das ø...!, woran wir nichts können' (Kleist, Moos, Fasane). The helpless child is a metaphor for humanity, and the 'Spiel' (game, play) of the child is a celebration of life in the face of death.

Contributors

Author:
Catharine Purdie

Further information

Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Biography Artist:
The Author: Catherine Purdie, born in 1972 in New Zealand, studied French and German in Auckland from 1990-1992 before going on to obtain an M.A. (Hons) in German (1993-1994). Her M.A. thesis on the 'Spiel' of the child in selected early works of Ilse Aichinger provided much of the raw material for this monograph. From 1995-1996 she studied German literature in Münster on a one-year DAAD scholarship, returning to Auckland in 1996 to take up a doctoral scholarship. She is currently completing a doctoral thesis on Alfred Andersch.
Language:
English
German
Number of Pages:
127

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Package Dimensions:
0.223 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.181 kg
GTIN:
09783631335444
DUIN:
B1L6H8HQV9K
Manufacturer Part Number:
28182527
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