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Die neue Freiheit: Ein Ausblick auf die Lyrik des vierten Odenbuches

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This chapter written in German, explains the freedom to understand the new devotion to lyric in the fourth Odenbook, after rejection of poetries in Epistle. The fourth book of Oden is a strange book: a mixture of very personal, erotic poems, personal poems, political poems and philosophical poems. It begins with a cycle of three introductory poems, which introduce various themes of the book: love, politics and the nature of poetry. The first love poem of the first Odenbook is quite a strange poem, when his programmatic position in the book considers: a program poem, which is the subject of 'love' imagines, it seems simultaneous rejection of love to be. The fourth Odenbook is not only an amazing work in that it presents sudden seemingly diverse topics such as love poetry, panegyric poetry and political-national theme. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: erotic poems; fourth Odenbooks; love poetry; lyrics; panegyric poetry; personal poems; philosophical poems; political poems; political-national theme



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