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The Resource Søren Kierkegaard : a biography, Joakim Garff ; translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse

Søren Kierkegaard : a biography, Joakim Garff ; translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse

Label
Søren Kierkegaard : a biography
Title
Søren Kierkegaard
Title remainder
a biography
Statement of responsibility
Joakim Garff ; translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse
Creator
Contributor
Author
Translator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • dan
  • eng
Summary
Garff offers a detailed & incisive portrait of Søoren Kierkegaard, the philosopher, whose works had an enormous influence upon existentialism & postmodernism
Member of
Cataloging source
OTZ
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Language note
Translated from the Danish
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Søren Kierkegaard : a biography, Joakim Garff ; translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse
Label
Søren Kierkegaard : a biography, Joakim Garff ; translated by Bruce H. Kirmmse
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt4cgbw9
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Copyright
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Maps; Preface; Foreword to the English-Language Edition; Translator's Preface and Acknowledgments; Note to the Paperback Edition; Part One; 1813-1834; The Little Fork; Warping; Søren Sock; Two Weddings and a Fire; Studiosus Severinus; Alma Mater; Underground Copenhagen; The Black Sheep; 1835; The Still Voices of the Dead; The Summer of 1835 in Gilleleje; "To Find the Idea for Which I Am Willing to Live and Die"; 1836; "A Somersault into the Siberia of Freedom of the Press"; Within the Heibergs' Charmed Circle; Studiosus Faustus
  • The Battle between the Old and the New Soap-CellarsPoul Martin Møller; "Sketches of Moral Nature"-Affectation and Self-Deception; "Backstage Practice"; 1837; Storm and Stress?; Maria; Bringing Gloom to Rented Rooms; "Dear Emil!! You, My Friend, the Only One"; Reading Binge; 1838; "There Is an Indescribable Joy"; Death of a Merchant; "The Great Earthquake"; From the Papers of One Still Living; 1839; The Rich Young Man; The Translator; "My Reading for the Examinations Is the Longest Parenthesis"; A Dandy on a Pilgrimage; Part Two; 1840; Regine-in Memoriam; Miss O
  • From the Papers of One Already DeadThe Time of Terrors; "She Chooses the Shriek, I Choose the Pain"; 1841; On the Concept of Irony; 1842; Stark Naked in Berlin; "The Aesthetic Is Above All My Element"; The Incidental Tourist; 1843; Either/Or; "A Monster of a Book"; Literary Exile; Spiritual Eroticism; Regine's Nod; Berlin Again; Repetition; "Long Live the Post Horn!"; To Become Oneself Again Is to Become Someone Else; Reality Intervenes; 1:50; The Retracted Text; Fear and Trembling; Abraham and the Knife: Agnete and Farinelli; "A Crevice through Which the Infinite Peeped Out"; 1844
  • The Concept of AnxietyCaptivating Anxiety-Pages from a Seducer's Textbook; The Seduction's Diary; Oh, to Write a Preface; Reviews; Israel Levin; "Come Over and See Me for a Bit"; To Have Faith Is Always to Expect the Joyous, the Happy, the Good; 1845; "Big Enough to Be a Major City"; "I Came Close to Dancing with Them"; "People Bath"; "Yes, of Course, I Am an Aristocrat-"; "I Think Grundtvig Is Nonsense"; Kierkegaard in Church; "People Think I'm a Hack Writer"; Stages on Life's Way; The Inserted Passages; Writing Samples; Exit Heiberg; Postscript: Kierkegaard; Part Three; 1846
  • Victor Eremita's AdmirersThe Corsair-"A Devil of a Paper"; Comic Composition and Goldschmidt's Flashy Jacket; "I Am a Jew. What Am I Doing among You?"; Malice in a Macintosh: Peder Ludvig Møller; "A Visit to Sorø"; "Would Only That I Might Soon Appear in The Corsair"; The Corsair's Salvo; Møller's Postscript to Kierkegaard's Postscript; Admiration and Envy: When One Word Leads to Another; The Squint-Eyed Hunchback; The Great Reversal; "The School of Abuse"; The Neighbors across the Way; "S. Kjerkegaard and His Reviewers"; "This Sweat-Soaked, Stifling Cloak of Mush That Is the Body."
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Extent
1 online resource (894 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781400849604
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
Specific material designation
remote

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