How is death in Theodor’s novella “Aquis submersus”

Effect on the viewer

Term paper, 2021

23 pages, grade: 2.3

Table of contents or introduction

The work is intended to shed more light on the portraits in Theodor Storm’s novella “Aquis submersus”. The focus of the explanations is in particular the representation of death. As part of this work, the following central questions are to be answered: How is the death of Storm depicted in the numerous pictures in the novella? What effect does the depiction of life and death have on the viewer?

To answer these questions, the investigation is divided into two areas: the pictorial representation of the dead boy in particular and the other portraits dealt with in the novella in general.

Details

title
How is death depicted in Theodor Storm’s novella “Aquis submersus”?
subtitle
Effect on the viewer
University

Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (German studies)

event
Artist novels of the 19th century
Note
2,3
Author
Nadja Rose (Author)
year
2021
pages
23
Catalog number
V1012210
ISBN (eBook)
9783346406781
language
Deutsch
Catchwords

Aquis submersus, Theodor Storm, novella, artist novella, transience

Cite work
Nadja Rose (Author), 2021, How is death depicted in Theodor Storm’s novella “Aquis submersus” ?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1012210

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