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Examples of "clemens_brentano"
Clemens-Brentano-Preis is a literary prize of Germany. It is named after the German poet Clemens Brentano (9 September 1778 – 28 July 1842).
In his honor the Clemens-Brentano prize is awarded for German literature.
Invited to write about her favourite authors, she wrote the essay "Dichter als Kind"' which included Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, Gottfried Keller, Karl Philipp Moritz, Clemens Brentano and Bettina Brentano. She has cited Clemens Brentano as her absolute favourite.
He has been awarded numerous literature prizes, most recently the Clemens-Brentano-prize of Heidelberg and the Jean-Améry-prize, both in 2002.
Neckarelz has several kindergartens, a primary school (named after Clemens Brentano), and a grammar and Hauptschule, (both named after Auguste Pattberg).
The graves of Clemens Brentano and his brother Christian Brentano (died 1851) and that of Wilhelm Heinse can be found in the "Altstadtfriedhof" (Old Town Cemetery).
Geschichte vom braven Kasperl und dem schönen Annerl (or "The Story of Just Casper and Fair Annie" in English) is a novella by Clemens Brentano, first published in 1817 in the book "Gaben der Milde", edited by Friedrich Wilhelm Gubitz.
Christian Brentano (24 January 1784, Frankfurt – 27 October 1851, Frankfurt) was a German writer and Catholic publicist. He was the brother of Clemens Brentano and Bettina von Arnim, famous German writers of the Romantic school.
Carl Joachim Friedrich Ludwig von Arnim (26 January 1781 – 21 January 1831), better known as Achim von Arnim, was a German poet and novelist, and, together with Clemens Brentano and Joseph von Eichendorff, a leading figure of German Romanticism.
In 2007 German director Dominik Graf made the movie "The Pledge" as a dramatization of the encounters between Anne Catherine (portrayed by actress ) and Clemens Brentano, based on a novel by Kai Meyer.
Clemens Brentano was born to Peter Anton Brentano and Maximiliane von La Roche, a wealthy merchant family in Frankfurt on 9 September 1778. His father's family was of Italian descent. His sister was writer Bettina von Arnim, who, at a young age, lionised and corresponded with Goethe, and, in 1835, published the correspondence as "Goethes Briefwechsel mit einem Kinde" (Goethe's correspondence with a child). Clemens Brentano studied in Halle and Jena, afterwards residing at Heidelberg, Vienna and Berlin. He was close to Wieland, Herder, Goethe, Friedrich Schlegel, Fichte and Tieck.
Contemporary German language meaning of the word "Totenkopf" has not changed for at least two centuries. For example, the German poet Clemens Brentano (b. 1778 – d. 1842) wrote in the story ""Baron Hüpfenstich"":
"Lauter Totenbeine und Totenköpfe, die standen oben herum ..." (i.e. "A lot of bones and skulls, they were placed above ...").
In 1808 the brothers finished their degrees, after which they undertook an educational journey to Paris, Vienna, and Berlin. In Berlin they came into closer contact with Romantic writers such as Achim von Arnim, Clemens Brentano, Adam Müller, and Heinrich von Kleist.
Since 1980 Oestrich-Winkel has been the seat of the EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht. Further educational institutions are, among others, the "Clemens-Brentano-Schule" (primary school and Hauptschule), the "Rabanus-Maurus-Schule" (primary school and Hauptschule with orientation level) and Hallgarten primary school.
In 1808 Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano in the third volume of their collection "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" published a version of the text under the title "" (The good seven). Achim von Arnim had compiled from this text from five different versions, that had been recorded by Bernhard Joseph Docen, Auguste Pattberg, Bettina von Arnim and two unknown senders.
German Volkslieder perpetuated by Liederhandschriften manuscripts like "Carmina Burana" date back to medieval Minnesang and Meistersinger traditions. Those folk songs revived in the late 18th century period of German Romanticism, first promoted by Johann Gottfried Herder and other advocates of the Enlightenment, later compiled by Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano ("Des Knaben Wunderhorn") as well as by Ludwig Uhland.
He went on to travel through Europe with his brother from 1801 to 1804. He met his later wife Bettina in Frankfurt, travelled down the Rhine Valley together with Clemens Brentano, visited Germaine de Staël in Coppet, Friedrich Schlegel and his wife Dorothea in Paris, and continued his journey to London and Scotland.
One of Emmerich's visitors was the author Clemens Brentano who after a first visit stayed in Dülmen for five years to see Emmerich every day and transcribe the visions she reported. After Emmerich's death, Brentano published a book based on his transcriptions of her reported visions, and a second book was published based on his notes after his own death.
By 1898, Hesse had a respectable income that enabled financial independence from his parents. During this time, he concentrated on the works of the German Romantics, including much of the work from Clemens Brentano, Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff, Friedrich Hölderlin, and Novalis. In letters to his parents, he expressed a belief that "the morality of artists is replaced by aesthetics".
From 1996 he acted in several crime series and films for the German TV and cinema. In 2007 he played the role of the famous German poet and novelist Clemens Brentano and his encounter with the sticmatised nun Anne Catherine Emmerich in the film "Das Gelübde".