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Vorlesung Issues in American Literary and Cultural History III: From the Civil War to the First World War, 23. und 24. Stunde

Description Vorlesung im SoSe 2014; Mittwoch, 09. Juli 2014
Creator Horst Tonn (author); Astrid Franke (author)
Contributor ZDV Universität Tübingen (producer)
Publisher ZDV Universität Tübingen
Creation Date 2014-07-09
Subjects American Literary History, American Cultural History, Civil War, First World War, Issues, Lecture, Vorlesung, E. E. Cummings, World War I, next to of course god america i, Anti War Poem, Modern Self, Modernism, Poetry, High Modernism, Homemade Modernism
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Abstract This lecture is part of a series that attempts to give an overview over important issues and key concepts in American literary and cultural history from early colonial times to the present. This part covers roughly the second half of the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century. The topics will touch upon the political thoughts, ideas and experience of the Civil War, the reform movements of the Gilded Age, controversies over modernization (industrialization, urbanization, immigration) - as well as important literary issues such as realism, naturalism and modernism.

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00:00:00.0 Lecture Issues in American Literary and Cultural History III - From the Civil War to the First World War: ee cummings and World War I
00:02:30.0 "next to of course god america i" (1926), E.E. Cummings: Modernism and the Modern Self
00:03:42.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Anti War Poem, Parody on Patriotism, Modern Self
00:06:35.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings (Recitation)
00:08:34.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: First Responses
00:12:35.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 1
00:13:12.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Rule Violations, Language, Speaker, Speech
00:19:59.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Sonnet
00:20:58.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 1
00:24:20.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 2
00:26:08.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 3
00:29:17.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 4-8
00:35:37.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 9-10
00:36:44.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Close Reading Line 11-14
00:45:10.0 "next to of course god america i", E. E. Cummings: Rule Violations, Sonnet, Rhyme
00:49:15.0 Poetry, Criteria: Speech Structured, Rule Violation and Regularity, Foregrounding of Language
00:51:07.0 Poetry, Criteria: Style and Contents
00:53:34.0 Poetry: Poem, Literature, Language (Ezra Pound)
00:54:50.0 Cummings, E. E. (Portraits)
00:55:34.0 "you in winter...", E. E. Cummings: Visual Surface
00:56:22.0 Cummings, E. E.: Signature, Statement
00:57:23.0 Cummings, E. E. (Biography)
01:01:34.0 Modernism: E. E. Cummings
01:06:10.0 "Ich fürchte mich so vor der Menschen Wort", Rainer Maria Rilke
01:08:33.0 High Modernism, Art: "Nu descendant un escalier nº2", Marcel Duchamp
01:10:39.0 High Modernism - Homemade Modernism: America
01:13:12.0 High Modernism - Homemade Modernism (Summary)