Am Rande des Sagbaren: Rainer Maria Rilkes Sonette an Orpheus, Hugo von Hofmannsthal und der deutsche Stimmungsbegriff

The concept of “Stimmung” is a singularly German concept, famously untranslatable. There are three aspects of this untranslatability: 1) “Stimmung” contains a multitude of meanings that no single word in any other language can adequately express; 2) “Stimmung” has been a central subject of discourse...

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Main Author: Hadley, Spencer
Other Authors: Wegmann, Nikolaus
Format: Princeton University Senior Theses
Published: 2018
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