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Yet if we see this poetic bridge as the dwelling place, the temporary home of its artificer, not merely as the means of transporting the poet from the present into a past, actual or imagined, the notion of nostalgia itself seems remote. It is a dwelling—and a way of thinking about the essence of dwelling—Heidegger concludes, that has to be learned anew:.
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Das Dichten erbaut das Wesen des Wohnens. Dichten und Wohnen schliessen sich nicht nur nicht aus. Unlike Umbauen rebuilding and Umdenken rethinking , Umwohnen is ungrammatical. At any given moment in time, one either dwells somewhere or one does not. Poetry deserves more translators and fewer cataloguers. It appears that the works labeled Romantic Hellenism and I have sustained the capital letters in recognition of the very label, not as a sign of my unequivocal acceptance of its denoting a literary movement—or worse, a cultural phenomenon—as defined by certain midth century critics are frequently subjected to classical or neo-classical standards; they are reviewed as translations, transliterations, or transmutations of an original they inevitably fail to capture: ancient Greece.
It is obvious that the poet uses the alleged freedom of Greece merely as a symbol of his own desire. The idealization of hellenic culture in such poetry is founded not upon study and knowledge, but upon uncritical emotions aroused by the playing of the imagination upon the remains of a past civilization. And even if I take my hat off before the scholars of literature—hellenic, romantic, or romantic-hellenic—I still cannot stand hat in hand. Instead, I feel compelled to fling it into the ring shaping itself on the waters under the bridge. Give her historic forms the soul of song,. Norton Works Cited.
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