Der Bauernspiegel #2020

Der Bauernspiegel By Jeremias Gotthelf Der Bauernspiegel None
  • Title: Der Bauernspiegel
  • Author: Jeremias Gotthelf
  • ISBN: 9783764322595
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
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      He was born at Murten, where his father was pastor In 1804 the home was moved to Utzenstorf, a village in the Bernese Emmental Here young Bitzius grew up, receiving his early education and consorting with the boys of the village, as well as helping his father to cultivate his glebe In 1812 he went to complete his education at Bern He was a founding member of the Student Society Zofingia, the second oldest fraternity in Switzerland founded in 1819.In 1820 he was received as a pastor In 1821 he visited the University of G ttingen, but returned home in 1822 to act as his father s assistant On his father s death 1824 he went in the same capacity to Herzogenbuchsee, and later to Bern 1829 Early in 1831 he went as assistant to the aged pastor of the village of L tzelfl h, in the Lower Emmental between Langnau and Burgdorf , being soon elected his successor 1832 and marrying one of his granddaughters 1833.He spent the rest of his life in L tzelfl h, where he died, leaving three children the son was a pastor, the two daughters married pastors During the 1840s, he steadfastly opposed radicalism and secularism and placed a conservative emphasis on piety and ecclesiastical authority There are lives of Bitzius by C Manuel, in the Berlin edition of Bitzius s works Berlin, 1861 , and by J Ammann in vol i Bern, 1884 of the Sammlung Bernischer Biographien.He started writing late in life His first work, the Der Bauernspiegel, oder die Lebensgeschichte des Jeremias Gotthelf, appeared in 1837 It purported to be the life of Jeremias Gotthelf, narrated by himself, and this name was later adopted by the author as his pen name It sketches the development of a poor country orphan boy, but is not an autobiography It is a living picture of Bernese or, strictly speaking, Emmental village life, true to nature, and not attempting to gloss over its defects and failings It is written like the rest of his works in German, but contains expressions from the Bernese dialect of the Emmental, though Bitzius was not like Auerbach a peasant by birth, but belonged to the educated classes, so that he reproduces what he had seen and learnt, and not what he had himself personally experienced The book was a great success, as it was a picture of real life, and not of fancifully beribboned eighteenth century villagers Henceforth Bitzius was a prolific writer, and in the last 18 years of his life became one of the important novelists not only of Switzerland but of the German language in general.Commemorative plaque at his birth house in Murten MoratHis best known work is without doubt the short novel The Black Spider Die schwarze Spinne , a semi allegorical tale of the plague in form of the titular monster that devastates a Swiss valley community first as a result of a pact with the devil born out of need and a second time due to the moral decay that releases the monster from its prison again.Among his later tales are the Leiden und Freuden eines Schulmeisters 1838 1839 , Uli der Knecht The story of a poor peasant laborer who develops into the owner of a prosperous farm 1841 , with its continuation, Uli der P chter 1849 , Anne B bi Jow ger 1843 1844 , K thi, die Gro mutter 1846 , Die K serei in der Vehfreude 1850 , and the Erlebnisse eines Schuldenbauers 1853 He also published several volumes of shorter tales.His works were issued in 24 vols at Berlin, 1856 1861, while 10 vols giving the original text of each story, were issued at Bern, 1898 1900.

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