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Büchners Grundgedanke: Sehnsucht nach Liebe

Erwin Theodor
Revista de Letras
Vol. 3 (1962), pp. 201-217
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27665910
Page Count: 17
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Abstract

O presente trabalho intitula-se "O pensamento fundamental de Büchner: Anseio por amor", classificando assim a procura do homem pelo homem, a apreciação e o respeito recíprocos. O isolamento do indivíduo é tido por Büchner como sendo a origem de nosso sofrimento; é a constante falta de contacto real, muito embora a ânsia pela proximidade humana, pela compreensão e confiança seja o mais forte dos impulsos vitais. Esta tese é examinada ao longo dos três dramas de Büchner, as duas tragédias ("A Morte de Danton e Woyzeck") e a comédia ("Leonce e Lena").

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