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Titan

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Literarisch verbindet der Titan ganz heterogene Formen wie Schauer- und Abenteuerroman; Staatsroman, und vor allem den Bildungsroman, mit deren Hilfe er schließlich das allseitig ausgebildete bürgerliche Individuum auf den deutsch-kleinstaatlichen Fürstenthron setzt: grandioses Zeugnis und Parodie des Anspruchs der Epoche, die Literatur an die Macht zu bringen.(Amazon)
Paperback, 901 pages
Published 1983 by Insel Verlag (first published 1803)
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Litararisch ist der Roman natürlich nicht zu verachten. Trotzdem, die Story ist zäh, viel zu lang und für meinen Geschmack alles zu empfindsam :-)
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Jean Paul was born at Wunsiedel, in the Fichtelgebirge mountains (Bavaria). His father was an organist at Wunsiedel. In 1765 he became a pastor at Joditz near Hof, and in 1767 at Schwarzenbach, but he died on 25 April 1779, leaving the family in great poverty. After attending the Gymnasium at Hof, Jean Paul went in 1781 to the University of Leipzig. His original intention was to enter his father's ...more
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