By Leonard Unger
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Kleider machen Leute ist eine Novelle des Schweizer Dichters Gottfried Keller. Erstmals 1874 im zweiten Band der Novellensammlung Die Leute von Seldwyla erschienen, gehört sie zu den bekanntesten Erzählungen der deutschsprachigen Literatur, diente als Vorlage für Filme und Opern und gilt als Musterbeispiel für die Stilrichtung des poetischen Realismus.
Rome in the course of the reign of Nero used to be an excellent position for the emperor and his courtroom; there have been grand feasts, tournaments for poets, and intriguing video games and circuses filling the times and nights. The pageantry and pretentious screens of extra have been adequate to cloy the senses of members in addition to to offend the delicate.
Une malediction pese sur les Baskerville, qui habitent le vieux manoir de leurs ancetres, perdu au milieu d'une lande sauvage: quand un chien-demon, une bete immonde, gigantesque, surgit, c'est l. a. mort. Le deces subit et tragique de Sir Charles Baskerville et les hurlements lugubres que l'on entend parfois venant du marais, le grand bourbier de Grimpen, accreditent l. a. sinistre legende.
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Recurrent pogroms made urgent the Biblical dictum to be fruitful and multiply. Singer neither champions nor condemns man's physical cravings. He simply makes it clear that his Jews (especially the Hasidim, who stress joy, song, and dance) retain enough vigor after life's demands to satisfy fleshly yearnings—despite beard, earlock, or matron's wig. Never condoning license, he points repeatedly to the dangers implicit in excessive yielding to passion. Such excess is socially and emotionally dangerous, rendering man vulnerable and punishment inevitable.
Realism and fantasy are not for Singer mutually exclusive categories but only, as he puts it, "two sides of the same coin. " Whereas The Family Moskat has been undervalued, Satan in Goray has been overpraised. Written in 1932, the latter launched its twenty-eight-year-old author's "black-mirror" concern with Satan. A miracleand-cabala narrative indebted to Yiddish gothics like S. Ansky's The Dybbuk and H. Leivick's The Golem, Satan in Goray is less novel than loosely linked vignettes. Singer here probes deeply the Jewish Messianic dream and the moral gap between the ideal and real.
Shouting God Himself is "a slaughterer . . 20 / AMERICAN WRITERS and the whole world . . a slaughterhouse," Yoineh Meir plunges into madness and the river. The community has little time to grieve; a new slaughterer must be summoned for the holidays. Yoineh Meir may find even death lacks repose. Certainly none is exhibited by the deceased in "The Dead Fiddler," a long tale of twists, turns, and wild, sad humor.
AMERICAN WRITERS, Volume 4 by Leonard Unger