Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte

Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte Adelbert von Chamissos erschienene phantastische Erz hlung Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte handelt von einem sanften weltfremden J ngling der einem r tselhaften Mann in einem grauen Rock

  • Title: Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte
  • Author: Adelbert von Chamisso
  • ISBN: 9783150000939
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Adelbert von Chamissos 1814 erschienene phantastische Erz hlung Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte handelt von einem sanften, weltfremden J ngling, der einem r tselhaften Mann in einem grauen Rock seinen Schatten verkauft Er ist jedoch au erstande, den so erworbenen Reichtum zu genie en, da er von den Menschen versto en oder verh hnt wird, sobald sie merken, dass erAdelbert von Chamissos 1814 erschienene phantastische Erz hlung Peter Schlemihls wundersame Geschichte handelt von einem sanften, weltfremden J ngling, der einem r tselhaften Mann in einem grauen Rock seinen Schatten verkauft Er ist jedoch au erstande, den so erworbenen Reichtum zu genie en, da er von den Menschen versto en oder verh hnt wird, sobald sie merken, dass er keinen Schatten hat Als eine Art Bu e durchwandert Peter Schlemihl die Welt mit Siebenmeilenstiefeln und erforscht die Natur.Die Erz hlung in Briefform, in der zahlreiche Motive und Elemente aus den Bereichen M rchen und Sage verarbeitet sind, ist so angelegt, dass der fiktive Peter Schlemihl seinem Freund Chamisso seine Geschichte erz hlt er spricht als Ich Erz hler den Autor immer wieder direkt an und verleiht den Berichten dadurch Unmittelbarkeit und Echtheit.

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    1. Louis Charles Ad la de de Chamissot, best known as Adelbert von Chamisso, was an officer in the Prussian army and a poet, born at the ancestral seat of his family, the ch teau of Boncourt at Ante, in Champagne, France Driven out by the French Revolution, his parents settled in Berlin, where in 1796 young Chamisso obtained the post of page in waiting to the queen, and in 1798 entered a Prussian infantry regiment as ensign.His family was shortly thereafter permitted to return to France he remained in Germany and continued his military career He had little education, but sought distraction from the dull routine of the Prussian military service in assiduous study In collaboration with Varnhagen von Ense, he founded 1803 the Berliner Musenalmanach, in which his first verses appeared The enterprise was a failure, and, interrupted by the war, it came to an end in 1806 It brought him, however, to the notice of many of the literary celebrities of the day and established his reputation as a rising poet.He had become lieutenant in 1801, and in 1805 accompanied his regiment to Hameln, where he shared in the humiliation of its treasonable capitulation in the following year Placed on parole, he went to France, but both his parents were dead returning to Berlin in the autumn of 1807, he obtained his release from the service early the following year Homeless and without a profession, disillusioned and despondent, he lived in Berlin until 1810, when, through the services of an old friend of the family, he was offered a professorship at the lyc e at Napol onville in the Vend e.He set out to take up the post, but drawn into the charmed circle of Madame de Sta l, followed her in her exile to Coppet in Switzerland, where, devoting himself to botanical research, he remained nearly two years In 1812 he returned to Berlin, where he continued his scientific studies In the summer of the eventful year, 1813, he wrote the prose narrative Peter Schlemihl, the man who sold his shadow This, the most famous of all his works, has been translated into most European languages English by William Howitt It was written partly to divert his own thoughts and partly to amuse the children of his friend Julius Eduard Hitzig.In 1815, Chamisso was appointed botanist to the Russian ship Rurik, which Otto von Kotzebue son of August von Kotzebue commanded on a scientific voyage round the world His diary of the expedition Tagebuch, 1821 is a fascinating account of the expedition to the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea During this trip Chamisso described a number of new species found in what is now the San Francisco Bay Area Several of these, including the California poppy, Eschscholzia californica, were named after his friend Johann Friedrich von Eschscholtz, the Rurik s entomologist In return, Eschscholtz named a variety of plants, including the genus Camissonia, after Chamisso On his return in 1818 he was made custodian of the botanical gardens in Berlin, and was elected a member of the Academy of Sciences, and in 1819 he married his friend Hitzig s foster daughter Antonie Piaste 1800 1837.Chamisso s travels and scientific researches restrained for a while the full development of his poetical talent, and it was not until his forty eighth year that he turned back to literature In 1829, in collaboration with Gustav Schwab, and from 1832 in conjunction with Franz von Gaudy, he brought out the Deutscher Musenalmanach, in which his later poems were mainly published.He died in Berlin at the age of 57 His grave is preserved in the Protestant Friedhof III der Jerusalems und Neuen Kirchengemeinde Cemetery No III of the congregations of Jerusalem s Church and New Church in Berlin Kreuzberg, south of Hallesches Tor.

    2. STORIA PIÙ STRAORDINARIA CHE MERAVIGLIOSATeatro delle ombrePeter Schlemhil non se la passa molto bene. Infatti in tedesco schlemhil vuol dire disgraziato, sfortunato.Ma neppure il diavolo che gli offre una borsa che genera monete d’oro all’infinito in cambio dell’ombra (sì, l’ombra, non l’anima – il Faust di Goethe era apparso qualche anno prima) se la passa granché: è un omino grigio, niente a che fare con Mefistofele. Tutto sommato, è un povero diavolo.Però, al momento di con [...]

    3. Man trades his shadow for a never-emptying bag of gold, and soon regrets it, because of what people say. The deal with *a* devil (a clerk-like version of *the* devil) is hardly done or a woman is shouting after him about his lack of a shadow. And that's only the beginning. His fate becomes that of the painted bird or the golden ass. Once society finds out there's something different about him, it renounces him and he feels forced to move on, preferably when the sun doesn't shine.At first I found [...]

    4. Kisa ama etkileyici bir kitap. Hem oykunun kendisi hem de dili cok akici oldugundan bir cipida okuyabileceginiz bir kitap. Iki yuz yil once yazilmis bir oyku ama isledigi konu insan ve seytan arasindaki amansiz mucadele oldugu icin guncelligini her zaman koruyacak bir kitap.

    5. Escrito em 1813 , esse livro conta a história de Peter Schlemihl que faz um acordo com um estranho homem, trocando sua sombra por uma bolsa com ouro infinito. Com o passar do tempo ele descobre que fez uma péssima troca pois apesar de se tornar muito rico , Peter passa a ser ridicularizado e odiado por não ter sombra,e também é visto como amaldiçoado por todos os níveis da sociedade, não conseguindo usufruir da sua riqueza pois poderia comprar tudo o que quisesse, menos sua aceitação p [...]

    6. I have no idea why Italo Calvino liked this book so much. Perhaps there was not too much to read at the time and he was desperate for anything. I am not a fan of Peter Wortsman either any longer as I feel he takes too many liberties in his translations. These writers would not speak as Wortsman has them speak. Plus, they would not as well be creeps and sexual deviants such as he has a tendency to become in his own writings composed around the urinal.

    7. An Autobiographical FaustI came upon this intriguing novella, scarcely more than 100 pages, in a handsome paperback by OneWorld Classics, and could not help buying it. I had admired the author, Adalbert von Chamisso, as the poet of Schumann's song cycle Frauenliebe und Leben; I quickly saw that the translation by Leopold von Loewenstein-Wertheim was clear and direct, while preserving the period diction; the novella was written in 1813. And indeed it is a clear product of German Romanticism, the [...]

    8. Peter Schlemihl is a young man at the beginning of the tale. He travels to a new city where he intends to start his career. He is dazzling by the milieu that he wishes to enter. Hoping to acquire the means to to make a favourable impression he agrees to sell his shadow in exchange for infinite wealth. In his haste he fails to grasp that he is making a deal with the devil. The infinite wealth indeed makes him the subject of great adulation. However, Schlemihl cannot show himself in daylight as pe [...]

    9. What Price--a Shadow?Young Peter Schlemiel, marveling at the prodigal purse of a gray stranger he meets at a millionaire's party, eagerly agrees to trade his shadow (well--it's nothing substantial, so why worry?) in return for limitless wealth. Too naive to understand that he has no conception of the true value of an object so intangible, God's fool discovers to his deep sorrow that he's made a hellish bargain. He is soon shunned as a man accursed by all levels of society. The one thing he can n [...]

    10. This is such a tiny novella and it will take you no time at all to read, and yet it is so worth reading just to learn about the author's own feelings of exile and insubstantial state. He was, he felt, to all, an outsider; and the shadowless man, Peter Schlemihl, the unfortunate fool who sells his shadow to the grey man in exchange for a bottomless purse, comes to represent himself: "And so the idea of the lost shadow came to stand in Chamisso's mind as a symbol for a man without recognized backg [...]

    11. Yüzeysel, basit bir Faust öyküsü. Gölgesini sınırsız zenginlik karşılığında satan bir adamın pişmanlığı ve kaybettikleri. Daha çok basit bir masal, bir mesel havasında, etkilemeden geçip gidiyor. Belki yazıldığı yıllara göre başarılı diyeceğim ama erken 19. yüzyıl başı Alman edebiyatının bundan fersah fersah ileri olduğu aşikar.

    12. Once I started reading it, I couldn't let it go off my hand. I must confess that I read it because I needed it for faculty and otherwise, I don't think I would have done that, especially that the title didn't seem captivating enough. But the story itself is very captivating. Even from the first lines when Chamisso tells how he got in possession of Peter Schlemihl's letters is interesting. But most of all, the theme. How the devil appears to the character under the image of an innocent, old man w [...]

    13. "Ve sen sevgili dostum,Eğer insanların içinde huzurlu yaşamak istersen gölgene bile paradan daha çok önem vermeyi öğren."Tam 200 yıl önce yazılmış bir kitap. Ama sanki bugün yazılmış gibi GÜNCEL ve TAZEİnsanın, hırsları ve şeytan ile olan savaşı , alış verişi bu kadar iyi anlatılamazdı belki de "Sevgili dostum,insan bir kere düşüncesizlik edip doğru yoldan ayrılırsa, onu hep aşağıya, daha aşağıya çeken başka yollara da sapar" ( Peter Schleminhl'in Ola [...]

    14. "Ve sen sevgili dostum,Eğer insanların içinde huzurlu yaşamak istersen gölgene bile paradan daha çok önem vermeyi öğren." Tam 200 yıl önce yazılmış bir kitap. Ama sanki bugün yazılmış gibi GÜNCEL ve TAZEİnsanın, hırsları ve şeytan ile olan savaşı , alış verişi bu kadar iyi anlatılamazdı belki de Peki bu olağanüstü hikayede şeytana neyini satmış olabilir Peter?Bu sorunun cevabı kitabın kapağında saklı!

    15. I was actually surprised by how much I enjoyed this novella. On the heels of Faust, I was hoping for something a little happier , but this is after all German Literature and they are known for their tragedies. In a nutshell, Peter make a deal with the 'gray man' and essentially trades his shadow for gold and so begins his journey. His shadow, his soul, and a pair of seven league boots - Chamisso's book is not a bad choice if you want a surprisingly quick and thought provoking read!

    16. Now I have to read this and try to figure out if it influenced The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making.

    17. Etwas vom Besten, was ich bisher im Reclam-Verlag gelesen habe. Ein Pakt mit dem Teufel - ähnlich der Schwarzen Spinne von Jeremias Gotthelf - wunderbar und kurzweilig dargelegt. Von Chamisso beweist bereits um 1820, dass die deutsche Sprache an Vielfältigkeit kaum zu überbieten ist.

    18. Izdanje u kojem je pročitana ova knjiga tiskano je 1987. od strane Sveučilišne naklade Liber. Josip Tabak je preveo "Petra" s njemačkog originala. Naslovnica je sjajno dizajnirana, sinkretizira cvjetne ornamente s crnilom veličanstvene noći. Kul su crteži Đenane Voljevice-Čičić, podsjećaju na ekspresionističke filmove.Prvo izdanje ove knjige je objavljeno 1814. u vremenima jedne davno minule Europe. Prijevod je izvrstan. U jezičnom smislu ova knjiga donosi među ostalim jedan danas [...]

    19. Vordergründig ist diese Erzählung nur eine weitere Variante des bekannten Märchenmotivs vom Handel mit teuflischen Mächten, das gerade in der Romantik weit verbreitet war und jeden Kenner deutscher Literatur natürlich sofort den Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil in den Sinn kommen lässt. Wenn man aber genauer hinschaut, so handelt es sich eigentlich um eine Parabel über den Verlust und die anschließende Suche nach der eigenen Identität. Der Schatten, etwas scheinbar substanzloses und ein [...]

    20. Abituato a pensare all'ombra come ad un elemento inscindibile dall'originale in carne ed ossa cui appartiene, Peter Schlemihl scopre un giorno che essa può diventare preziosa merce di scambio. "L'uomo in grigio" gli svela che non solo l'ombra è barattabile ma ha anche un grande valore. Detta così sembra una storia già sentita, ed in parte forse lo è perchè l'ombra assurge a sostituto dell'anima, ma l'intuizione geniale di Chamisso sta proprio in questa sostituzione: la perdita dell'anima p [...]

    21. Peter Schlemihl verkauft gegen eine Goldsäckel, das unendlich Gold gibt, seinen Schatten und verliert dadurch den Anschluss zur Gesellschaft.Die Erzählung von 1814 nimmt zahlreiche Märchen- und Sagenmotive auf, wie z.B. den Teufel oder zumindest eine sehr ähnliche Figur und eine Paktschließung mit ihm. So wird die Erzählung sehr märchenhaft. Gleichzeitig schreibt Chamisso die Geschichte sehr komisch. Schnelle und gute Lektüre für Zwischendurch.

    22. Il libro è carino, breve ma carino. Si nota che è stato scritto per dilettare dei bambini grazie al frequente uso di elementi fantastici, dovuto anche alla presenza del maligno. Sebbene vengano trattati anche temi pocovicini ai bambini, come differenza tra valore morale, etica e ricchezza.Una lettura piacevole che ricorda "Il maestro e Margherita".

    23. Diese Ausgabe von Reclam ist besonders gut denn es enthält einige erklärende Briefe von Chamisso an Freunde und auch vorrede der originalen Ausgabe. Die Vorrede von Jul. Ed. Hitzigs war für mich sehr erleuchtend denn er erwähnt kürzlich die physiche eigenschaften davon, was wir "Schatten" nennen.Diese Parallelismus kann zur moralischen Gebiet transponiert werden, und gibt viel zu denken.

    24. Keyifle okuduğum, masalsı bir öyküydü. Der ki: Ve sen sevgili dostum, eğer insanların arasında yaşamak istiyorsan, gölgene bile paradan daha çok değer vermeyi öğren.

    25. So vandag het ek probeer lees aan die Kindle-weergawe, terwyl ek die LibriVox-voorlesing in my ore het. Omdat ek deesdae maklik buikpyne kry as ek te lank voor 'n rekenaarskerm staar, het ek oorgeskakel na 'n bloedrooi "Heath's Modern Language Series" uit my boekrak. Op my pens op die bed. Die boekie dateer iewers uit die 1930's tot 1950's. Die Duits in hierdie boekie gebruik nog die Frakturschrift, maar die notas is natuurlik in Amerikaanse Engels, soos ingevoer deur die Suid-Afrikaanse owerhed [...]

    26. Tenía que leer y analizar un cuento para mi clase de Literatura Italiana en el que el protagonista conoce a un hombre llamado Peter Schlemihl. Tras saber su nombre le dice "Usted no puede llamarse así, existe un único Peter Schlemihl, es un invento de Chamisso, y usted lo sabe perfectamente". Fue así que hice un parate en la lectura y por las dudas busqué información, encontré el libro y lo leí. Y así fue cómo conocí este libro.Peter (Peter a secas, no me hagan escribir el apellido qu [...]

    27. A masterpiece! I have no words to describe this wonderful little story. Written by Adelbert von Chamisso , poet and botanist, an intriguing character itself, "Peter Schlemihl's Miraculous Story" transforms your life's moments between readings anticipating the next reading experience.The work is open to many interpretations but I like a psychological one that sees in the "shadow" an inseparable part of humanity. Without his shadow Peter is an outcast, somebody that no longer can live in the human [...]

    28. This book has been a long time on my shelf. This is the second time I have read it, and now I remember why it's been so long. I love the premise and plot, but the style and dialogue is so melodramatic that it's difficult to get through. The characters are also not terribly sympathetic. We can blame the centuries since it was written, and their changes in cultural context; that knowledge still won't change a thing. There's a reason why this tale isn't very well-known.

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