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["I believe you have created a new type of biography ... ". K. R. Eissler's letters to Wolfgang Hildesheimer].

Identifieur interne : 000368 ( PubMed/Corpus ); précédent : 000367; suivant : 000369

["I believe you have created a new type of biography ... ". K. R. Eissler's letters to Wolfgang Hildesheimer].

Auteurs : Hartmut Buchholz

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RBID : pubmed:21560376

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Abstract

These letters, hitherto unpublished except for two and archived in Hildesheimer's estate, were mainly written in 1977/78. They are reactions to Hildesheimer's book about Mozart (1977), centering on two topics: Mozart's relation to his "Bäsle" (female cousin) and their different estimation of The Magic Flute. Eissler emerges as a Mozart connoisseur, "being in love" with the libretto of The Magic Flute which he defends against Hildesheimer. His preoccupation with this opera is testified by a set of manuscripts which are also discussed in this paper. The two writers concurred in their understanding of genius, both of its incommensurable nature and its psychopathology.

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