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摘要:本文通过对艾兴多夫的小说《一个无用人的生涯》中女主人公奥蕾丽在“无用人”心目中形象的分析,指出她在诗人内心中是一尊圣像,是民歌的象征;她永恒地植根于诗人心中,能够帮助诗人寻找到生命的真谛。

关键词:奥蕾丽;圣像;民歌

发端于十八世纪末的德国浪漫文学运动是“人类抗拒启蒙理性对个性的羁约,争取精神自由的重要尝试”,而“女性或女性精神对于德国浪漫主义的重要性,可能大于对德国文学史上任何一个其他运动。” 运动伊始,其理论家施雷格尔兄弟、诺瓦利斯及施莱尔马赫等人就对女性展开了富有浪漫色彩的颂扬,尊奉她们是诗学理想的化身,“认为女性具有‘创生精神的爱',揭示出人类历史和宗教神学具有女性或母性象征的一面。”

艾兴多夫是德国晚期浪漫派的重要作家之一,他的创作深受上述浪漫派理论家的影响。他认为,女性在日耳曼民族中占有重要地位,“其光辉奇妙地照耀着骑士的中世纪,这种力量承认宗教和它一样具有同样重要的地位。”在他的作品中,女性是诗人心中的圣像,无论诗人走到哪里,身处何处,她总是永恒地植根于诗人的心中,无时无刻不在伴随着他们,直到他们寻找到生命中永恒的真谛。

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Aureili is the female protagonist in Life of a Useless Person, a novella written by Eischendoff. In this paper, an analysis was made of the image that the useless person has of Aureili: to him, she is a religious figure that symbolises folk songs. Her eternal roots are planted in his heart, and she can help him discover the true meaning of life.

Keywords: Aureili, religious figure, folk song

Romanticism in German literature originated at the end of the eighteenth century. It was “an important attempt by human beings to resist the constraints that enlightenment reason had imposed on individuality, and to struggle for spiritual freedom.” In addition, “the importance of females or the feminine spirit to German romanticism is probably greater than that for any other movements in the history of German literature.” When the movement first began, its theorists—which included the Schreger brothers, Novalis, and Sleiermach—celebrated and glorified females in a romantic manner, and worshipped them as incarnations of the poetic ideal. They also “believed that females possess a ‘love that creates spirituality,’ which allows them to reveal the feminine aspects or maternal symbols of human history and religious theology.”

Eischendoff was one of the important writers during the late period of German Romanticism. His creations were deeply influenced by the romantic theorists. He also believed that females occupy a predominant position among the Germanic peoples. To him, “their glory shines wonderfully on the knights of the Middle Ages, and this form of power recognises it as having the same supreme position as religion.” In his works, females are the religious figures in the hearts of the poets. No matter where the poets wander to or are at, the females’ eternal roots are planted in their hearts, and the females are constantly by their sides. They will remain so until the poets find the eternal truths of life.

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Aurelia is the female protagonist in Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts (Memoirs of a Good-for-Nothing), a novella written by Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff. In this paper, an analysis was conducted of the image that the “good-for-nothing” (the poet) has of Aurelia: to him, she is a holy icon who symbolizes folk songs. She has been eternally rooted in his heart and can help him discover the true meaning of life.

Keywords: Aurelia, holy icon, folk song

Romanticism in German literature originated at the end of the eighteenth century. It was “an important attempt by human beings to resist the constraints that enlightenment had imposed on individuality and to struggle for spiritual freedom.” In addition, “the importance of females or the feminine spirit is probably greater for German Romanticism than for any other movement in the history of German literature.” When the movement first began, its theorists—which included the von Schlegel brothers (August Wilhelm and Karl Wilhelm Friedrich), Novalis (pseudonym of Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg), and Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher—celebrated and glorified females in a romantic manner and worshipped them as incarnations of the poetic ideal. They also “believed that females possess a ‘love that creates spirituality,’ which allows them to reveal the feminine aspects or maternal symbols of human history and religious theology.”

Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff was one of the important writers during the late period of German Romanticism. His creations were deeply influenced by Romantic theorists. He also believed that females occupy a predominant position among the Germanic peoples. To him, “their glory shines wonderfully on the knights of the Middle Ages, and this form of power is recognized as having the same supreme position as religion.” In his works, females are the holy icons in the hearts of poets. Regardless of where the poets wander to or are at, females are eternally rooted in their hearts, are constantly by their sides, and will remain there until the poets find the eternal truths of life.