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AKSEL : German form of Scandinavianmeaning "father of peace. From 20 January-8 February 1778 Lenz stayed with Pastor Johann Friedrich Oberlin in Waldersbach in the Steintal. The letter writers addressed such issues as friendship sustained or reestablished through correspondence, the pleasures of reading great literature, the consolation of religious piety, and the emotional impact of the death of the great figures of the German world of letters.
However this is also fraught with social dangers. Regardless, once you get to know a German man, you will see his warmer, funnier side. Benjamin, "Auf der Spur alter Briefe," Gesammelte Schriften, 4:943.
: German form of Latinmeaning "blessed. Otto Schranzkmuller, former Prussian Municipal Official On the Relationship Between American Officers and their Subordinates 12. Or how he stayed 14 hours straight at the hospital when I had knee surgery.
Taussig, Walter Benjamin's Grave Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 20063-30. EILERT : Frisian and Scandinavian form of Germanmeaning "strong edge. ANSHELM : Lombardic form of Germanmeaning "divine helmet. Zu seinem Leben und Schaffen.New York: New York Review of Books, 2001166-69, 190-92. They might have appealed to an audience whose hopes had been tied to the fortunes of the Weimar Republic. Armed with such insight, one is able to gain access to a tradition in all of its original immediacy, and so to partake in its renewal in creative ways.
In the summer of 1772 Lenz met and fell in love with Friederike Brion, with whom had previously been in love between October 1770 and August 1771. His friend Scholem believed that Benjamin's faith in the future redemption of the Enlightenment brought out a religious sensibility that had been there all the while. : Short form of Latinmeaning "venerable. Lenz, Moskauer Schriften und Briefe, German men of letters. " Benjamin nonetheless believed that these letters possessed a potentially liberating power.
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