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Thor and Danish National Romanticism

Klopstock and Oehlenschläger could never have met, although Oehlenschläger’s mother reported to her son that Klopstock’s personality was too ‘exaggerated in style’ for her taste.35 Not that this diminished Oehlenschläger’s admiration for the man and the service he had done to Danish letters in giving direction to Ewald.36 Perhaps not surprisingly, the pan-Germanic literary nationalism espoused by Klopstock, Gerstenberg and succeeding generations of German intellectuals had not taken root in Scandinavia. Romantic sensibilities and the Napoleonic wars sharpened and localized nationalist movements, so that separate Scandinavian nations eagerly looked forward to reclaiming their national identities, purifying their languages of the contamination that had resulted from the political domination of neighbours, and asserting their right to independence. For the kingdom of Denmark, this meant that Norway slipped away from its control. The Danish monarchy was further undermined when, during the Napoleonic wars, its membership of the Armed Neutrality of the North brought the country into conflict with Britain in 1801 and 1807, when, in this last instance, Copenhagen was bombarded by the British Royal Navy. Forced to seek protection from France, Denmark was harnessed to Napoleon’s fate, which led, eventually, to bankruptcy and a further weakening of monarchic absolutism. Among the educated, a new liberalism opposed to state authoritarianism and fired with enthusiasm for a specifically Scandinavian cultural identity was gaining ground. It was in this political climate that Oehlenschläger began to hone his considerable poetic talent.

If Ewald had set the stage for Oehlenschläger, it was German-inspired Romanticism that directed the performance. In 1802, the philosopher and scientist Henrik Steffens (1773–1845) returned to Copenhagen after four years in Germany, where he had studied under Friedrich von Schelling (1775–1854) at the University of Jena, the leading figure in German Romantic philosophy; and, in his subsequent two-year stay at the University of Freiburg, Steffens had been profoundly influenced by Friedrich Werner (1768–1823), a disciple of Rousseau.37 During the course of 1802, Steffens gave nine lectures at Copenhagen’s Valkendorffs Kollegium. Attending them all was Oehlenschläger, and it is reported that Steffens personally instilled in him the key principles of German Romanticism in a single conversation lasting 16 hours.38 A deep reverence for the sublimity of nature and passionate nationalism combined in Oehlenschläger as they had in no other, and in his long-held enthusiasm for Nordic myth and history he found the perfect arena in which to articulate his ideas. For Oehlenschläger this was a specifically Scandinavian, at times specifically Danish, enterprise and it was to Anders Sørensen Vedel’s late sixteenth-century translations of Saxo Grammaticus that he turned, where he could study, absorb and revive native Danish expressions long since fallen into disuse.39

 

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Author:Martin Arnold [Arnold, Martin] , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:Martin Arnold [Arnold, Martin]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781441108579

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Published: 2011-06-02T07:00:00+00:00
Thor and Danish National Romanticism

Klopstock and Oehlenschläger could never have met, although Oehlenschläger’s mother reported to her son that Klopstock’s personality was too ‘exaggerated in style’ for her taste.35 Not that this diminished Oehlenschläger’s admiration for the man and the service he had done to Danish letters in giving direction to Ewald.36 Perhaps not surprisingly, the pan-Germanic literary nationalism espoused by Klopstock, Gerstenberg and succeeding generations of German intellectuals had not taken root in Scandinavia. Romantic sensibilities and the Napoleonic wars sharpened and localized nationalist movements, so that separate Scandinavian nations eagerly looked forward to reclaiming their national identities, purifying their languages of the contamination that had resulted from the political domination of neighbours, and asserting their right to independence. For the kingdom of Denmark, this meant that Norway slipped away from its control. The Danish monarchy was further undermined when, during the Napoleonic wars, its membership of the Armed Neutrality of the North brought the country into conflict with Britain in 1801 and 1807, when, in this last instance, Copenhagen was bombarded by the British Royal Navy. Forced to seek protection from France, Denmark was harnessed to Napoleon’s fate, which led, eventually, to bankruptcy and a further weakening of monarchic absolutism. Among the educated, a new liberalism opposed to state authoritarianism and fired with enthusiasm for a specifically Scandinavian cultural identity was gaining ground. It was in this political climate that Oehlenschläger began to hone his considerable poetic talent.

If Ewald had set the stage for Oehlenschläger, it was German-inspired Romanticism that directed the performance. In 1802, the philosopher and scientist Henrik Steffens (1773–1845) returned to Copenhagen after four years in Germany, where he had studied under Friedrich von Schelling (1775–1854) at the University of Jena, the leading figure in German Romantic philosophy; and, in his subsequent two-year stay at the University of Freiburg, Steffens had been profoundly influenced by Friedrich Werner (1768–1823), a disciple of Rousseau.37 During the course of 1802, Steffens gave nine lectures at Copenhagen’s Valkendorffs Kollegium. Attending them all was Oehlenschläger, and it is reported that Steffens personally instilled in him the key principles of German Romanticism in a single conversation lasting 16 hours.38 A deep reverence for the sublimity of nature and passionate nationalism combined in Oehlenschläger as they had in no other, and in his long-held enthusiasm for Nordic myth and history he found the perfect arena in which to articulate his ideas. For Oehlenschläger this was a specifically Scandinavian, at times specifically Danish, enterprise and it was to Anders Sørensen Vedel’s late sixteenth-century translations of Saxo Grammaticus that he turned, where he could study, absorb and revive native Danish expressions long since fallen into disuse.39

Oehlenschläger’s first collection of poetry was composed in a state of ecstasy during the same year that he attended Steffens’ lectures. Among the collection was the epoch-making ‘Guldhornene’ (The Golden Horns), published in Digte (1803), considered to be the manifesto of Danish National Romanticism. The subject of the poem is two elaborately decorated fifth-century golden drinking horns discovered in

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