3 edition of Wieland found in the catalog.
Charles Brockden Brown
Added t. p.: The novels of Charles Brockden Brown. [v.l] Wieland ... with a memoir of the author.
|Statement||By Charles Brockden Brown ...|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B814 W2, PS1134.W5 W2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, iv -227 p.|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||06018947|
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Wieland, Gothic novel by Charles Brockden Brown, published in The story concerns Theodore Wieland, whose Wieland book has died by spontaneous combustion, apparently for violating a vow to God. The younger Wieland, also a religious enthusiast seeking direct communication with divinity, misguidedly.
Wieland is an American gothic novel set in the years after the French and Indian War () and before the Revolutionary War (). It is structured as a first person narrative in the form of two letters by Clara Wieland.
Wieland, his first novel, tells the story of a religious fanatic who builds a temple in the seclusion of his own Wieland book, but then is struck dead, apparently by spontaneous combustion. Several years later, his children, in turn, begin to hear voices around the family property, voices which alternately seem to be commanding good or evil and which at times imitate denizens of the farm/5.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATION An American Tale by Charles Brockden Brown From Virtue's blissful paths away The double-tongued are sure to stray; Good is a forth-right journey still, And mazy paths but lead to ill.
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and J. Swords in New York and published there by Hocquet Caritat inand the installments of "Carwin" that appeared in the Literary Magazine in Philadelphia in, and Generally considered to be the first novel by an American-born author, and as a very early example of "Gothic" horror (published 20 years before Frankenstein), Wieland certainly has historical interest.
As a novel, it is pedestrian, amateurish, full of minor plot inconsistencies and two-dimensional characters, and immensely unsatisfying.1/5(1). Twice nominated Global Ebook and space certified author, TS Wieland has written a growing list of novels across many genres of new adult works ranging from thrilling time travel science fiction to historical and romance fiction.
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Based on an actual case of a New York farmer who murdered his family, the novel employs Gothic devices and sensational elements such as spontaneous combustion, ventriloquism, and religious fanaticism/5(8).
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Christoph Martin Wieland was a German poet and writer. He is best-remembered for having written the first Bildungsroman, as well as the epic Oberon, which formed the basis for Carl Maria von Weber's opera of the same name. His thought was representative of the cosmopolitanism of the German Enlightenment, exemplified in his remark: "Only a true cosmopolitan can be a.
In a long letter to a friend, Clara Wieland tells the story of the tragedy of her family. Her father was something of a religious fanatic, a strange man who feared some dreadful punishment because.
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Wieland, published inis a gothic novel, but it’s more than that. It’s a complete re-invention of the gothic novel, with the accepted trappings of mouldering castles and doomed aristocratic heroes being discarded entirely. It’s the beginning of American gothic, and it’ an astonishingly accomplished beginning/5.
Wieland is an epistolary novel. Clara Wieland narrates, presenting the tale as a letter written to a friend. Clara is a comfortably independent and well-educated young woman living in the heart of Author: Daniel O'leary.Wieland Thermal Solutions are globally leading in heat transfer and forming technologies.
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