Kierkegaard's Notions of Drama and Opera: Molière's Don Juan, Mozart's Don Giovanni, and the Question of Music and Sensuousness

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The essay focuses on Kierkegaard's treatise on Mozart's Don Giovanni (in the first volume of his Either/Or (1843), ascribed to the pseudonymous aestitician "A". It discusses the aesthetics of drama and opera, not least through A's understanding of (and comparison between) language and music, in a broad historical context of worldview, while also in particular as a response to early Romantic aesthetics.
TitelKierkegaard, Literature, and the Arts
RedaktørerEric Ziolkowski
Antal sider18
Udgivelses stedEvanstone, Illinois, USA
ForlagNorthwestern University Press
ISBN (Trykt)9780810135970
ISBN (Elektronisk)9780810135987
StatusUdgivet - 2018

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