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Book Title: Michael Kohlhaas|
Date of issue: 2015
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The author of the book: Heinrich von Kleist
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Edition: Can Yayınları
Read full description of the books Michael Kohlhaas:Alman tüccar Michael Kohlhaas 1532'de Leipzig panayırına giderken, bir Sakson soylusu iki atına el koyar. Kendisine tazminat ödenmesi için mahkemeye yaptığı başvuru sonuçsuz kalınca, tüm Sakson soylularına açıktan açığa meydan okumaya başlar...
19. yüzyıl Alman edebiyatının en etkileyici yazar ve şairlerinden Heinrich von Kleist'ın ilk kez 1810'da yayınlanan Michael Kohlhaas adlı novellası, 16. yüzyılda yaşanmış gerçek bir olaydan yola çıkar. Birçok kez opera, tiyatro ve sinemaya da uyarlanan Michael Kohlhaas, insanların ve doğanın zorbalığı karşısında dayanma gücünü tüketircesine harcayan bir asinin haklarını savunmadaki kararlılığını ve egemenlerin acımasızlığını anlatır.
Read information about the authorThe dramatist, writer, lyricist, and publicist Heinrich von Kleist was born in Frankfurt an der Oder in 1777. Upon his father's early death in 1788 when he was ten, he was sent to the house of the preacher S. Cartel and attended the French Gymnasium. In 1792, Kleist entered the guard regiment in Potsdam and took part in the Rhein campaign against France in 1796. Kleist voluntarily resigned from army service in 1799 and until 1800 studied philosophy, physics, mathematics, and political science at Viadrina University in Frankfurt an der Oder. He went to Berlin early in the year 1800 and penned his drama "Die Familie Ghonorez". Kleist, who tended to irrationalism and was often tormented by a longing for death, then lit out restlessly through Germany, France, and Switzerland.
After several physical and nervous breakdowns, in which he even burned the manuscript of one of his dramas, Heinrich von Kleist reentered the Prussian army in 1804, working in Berlin and Königsberg. There he wrote "Amphitryon" and "Penthesilea."
After being discharged in 1807, Kleist was apprehended on suspicion of being a spy. After this he went to Dresden, where he edited the art journal "Phoebus" with Adam Müller and completed the comedy "The Broken Pitcher" ("Der zerbrochene Krug") and the folk play "Katchen von Heilbronn" ("Das Käthchen von Heilbronn").
Back in Berlin, the one time Rousseau devotee had become a bitter opponent of Napoleon. In 1811, he finished "Prinz Friedrich von Homburg." Finding himself again in financial and personal difficulties, Heinrich von Kleist, together with his lover, the terminally ill Henriette Vogel, committed suicide near the Wannsee in Berlin in 1811.
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