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But right off the bat, Peter’s first wish is foolish.

Clauren und den Mann im Mond and attained his original object: Jahrhunderts und heute weht freilich ein ganz anderer Zeitgeist aber der Kernaussage des Buches ist zuzustimmen: What results from this longing is, as often seen in protagonists of Romantic works, self-destruction, since the riches Peter wished for crumble into misery and his longing degenerates into stinginess and spite.

He returns to the Black Forest and goes to see Dutch-Mike in an attempt to reclaim his heart. The key concept of Romanticism is the longing Sehnsucht that Coal-marmot Peter embodies, as he is granted three wishes throughout the story. Luca rated it really liked it May 20, Kat Vik rated it it was amazing Mar 31, Books by Wilhelm Hauff. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Vera rated it liked it Nov 30, However, his lack of understanding of his chosen craft soon becomes obvious.


It was published in in a collection of fairy tales that take place within the narrative of The Spessart Inn. Out of his mind with misery, Peter goes into the forest to find Dutch-Mike, who, unlike the glass-imp, is in league with the devil. Kaspars Bekeris rated it it was amazing Apr 30, Peter says his heart and the feelings attached to it only hinder him in life, so he kkalte no problem parting with it.

Das Kalte Herz by Wilhelm Hauff. Struggles of the young Hauff might be mirrored in the character of Peter Marmot, who is morally and mentally unstable and plagued by feelings of inferiority.

Beside himself with rage, he strikes Lisbeth with the wooden handle of a whip and she dies immediately. Mike gives Peter even more money and advises him to find an occupation and to get married to relieve his boredom.

Even his frail mother only receives alms from him and otherwise, he keeps her at arm’s length. Finally, he goes into the woods and calls for the little glass-imp because he still has one wish left.

Want to Read saving…. Soon Peter discovers that he cannot find joy in anything, he can neither laugh nor cry, nor feel any kind of love and he finds nothing is beautiful anymore.

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Other Romantic characteristics include the use of the mystical-eeriethe uncanny and folk tales. Languages Deutsch Nederlands Edit links.


Peter visits Dutch-Mike for the third time and claims that he has betrayed him because it was not a heart of stone he had implanted in him. Then, he gets chased out of the tavern.

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He was the second of four children. The next day Peter begins a trip around the world. Drawing on the myth of the “glass-imp”, Hauff presents the Romantic pursuit of happiness. Heart of Stone German: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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At this very moment Peter returns. Now he regrets how his life turned out, but the little glass-imp reunites him with his mother and Lisbeth, who had come back to life.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. They get married, but Lisbeth soon begins to kaltd unhappy. Mike turns down Peter’s request, telling him that he will only get his heart back after his death.

He shows Peter his collection of hearts and Peter realizes that many other great personalities of the Black Forest have traded their hearts for earthly wealth, among them Peter’s role model Ezekiel. Retrieved from ” https: Bea Erler rated it it was amazing Kalet 04, In Das kalte Herz: