Franz Grillparzer was, in the middle years of the Nineteenth Century, the ‘official’ interpreter of the Hapsburg Austria, of which he celebrated a moral mission of tolerance and reconcilement, encoding such values in solemn tragedies of a neoclassical taste. That brought little by little, however, to the crystallization of that only interpretation which was too quickly sanctioned. This volume, to which there are different essays, want to bring an expected input to the renewal of that idea, both discovering under the cold marble lines some ‘warmth’ which, even if hidden, exists; and analyzing the dialectical trouble of a writer not nearly surrendered to conformism.
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