TY - BOOK ID - 29926 TI - Deutsche und russische Literatur an der Schwelle zur Moderne AU - Rybakov, Alexei PY - 2000 SN - 9783876907635 DB - DOAB KW - German literature KW - Russian literature KW - modern worldview KW - Das Bürgerliche KW - Deutsche KW - Entstehung KW - Eugen KW - Ideal und Utopie KW - Lehrjahre KW - Literatur KW - Meisters KW - Moderne KW - modernen KW - Onegin KW - Realismus KW - russische KW - Rybakov KW - Schwelle KW - Weltbild der Moderne KW - Weltbildes KW - Wilhelm KW - Wirklichkeit als Vorstellung UR - https://www.doabooks.org/doab?func=search&query=rid:29926 AB - This work originated from a (seemingly) simple question, but at the same time it tries to discuss a general problem. The question is: where does the plot of the "Wilhelm Meister apprenticeship" actually take place? Is it a "real" world, a world that we "know otherwise" or, given the time gap that separates us from this world, we also use other, non-literary, and in any case, non-work, means (for example, with the help of historical research) can open up to us? Can we even speak of a "reality in itself"? Or has she become questionable to us? Or do we only see a - concept in it? The latter is the case for this work.