Søren Aabye Kierkegaard

Standard Name: Kierkegaard, Søren Aabye
Used Form: Soren Aabye Kierkegaard


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Intertextuality and Influence Zadie Smith
These essays are a paradox: colloquial and popular in their enthusiasms, effortlessly learned in their handling. Smith is highly personal as she recounts her cultural discoveries: of a biracial chareacter claiming liberty of creative freedom...
Literary responses Laura Riding
She considered this book one of the two prime achievements of her writing life.
Friedmann, Elizabeth. A Mannered Grace. Persea Books, 2005.
It was the last volume that she published containing all new material. It was listed by the National Book League
Reception Isak Dinesen
Nevertheless, today's intense interest in her, and the various aspects of her appeal, are both reflected in recent publications. During 2003 she was discussed under the rubrics of White Women Writers and their African Invention...
Textual Features Maureen Duffy
Its subject is the relationship between a daughter and the mother (who conceived and bore her outside marriage, without the cushion of financial security), and about their struggles to survive. Tales of the mother's own...
Textual Production Hannah Arendt
Authors or politicians whom HA wrote about in articles, reviews, or editions (excluding those essays reprinted in Men in Dark Times) include Konrad Adenauer , W. H. Auden , Wilhelm Dilthey , Waldemar Gurian


5 May 1813
Søren Kierkegaard , existentialist philosopher, was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, the youngest of his parents' seven children.
16 October 1843
Søren Kierkegaard published Fear and Trembling under the pseudonym of Johannes de Silentio.
17 June 1844
Søren Kierkegaard published The Concept of Dread.
Søren Kierkegaard , existentialist philosopher, died.
The philosopher Dorothy Emmet began her career with a study of metaphysics and Alfred North Whitehead in her work Whitehead's Philosophy of Organism which is particularly useful for its elucidation of terminology.
The Oxford philosopher Mary Warnock published Existentialism a study which traces the common interests of a number of philosophers including Sartre , Kierkegaard , Nietzsche , Husserl , and Merleau-Ponty .