Dictionnaire des gros mots russes by Le Guevellou F.

By Le Guevellou F.

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In ‘Würde der Frauen’ (Dignity of Women) we find a reflection of the contemporary idealization of women as guardians of ‘nature’, their harmony, repose and spontaneous, unreflective goodness contrasting with male striving for unreachable goals. These poems reflect contemporary notions of gender relations and also in particular Schiller’s discussions in the mid-1790s with his friend Wilhelm von Humboldt, whose essay ‘Über den Geschlechtsunterschied und dessen Wirkung auf die organische Natur’ (On Sexual Difference and its Effect on Organic Nature) interprets nature as a reciprocal process of creativity (identified with the masculine) and receptivity (identified with the feminine).

These ladies are often wealthy and powerful, and are certainly economically, politically and socially superior to Rousseau. Rousseau identifies with, and relates to, women very happily on an interpersonal level in many of the stories narrated in his Confessions; but his class-based argument against inequality entails, he asserts, a rejection of this aristocratic ‘promiscuity’ (the free, if not libertine, mingling of men and women), and hence promotion of an apparently misogynistic sexual separation of roles.

Feminist criticism of Faust and of Goethe’s work in general can find a great deal of interesting matter or spirit in the interstices between such gendered dualisms, and in the productive or reproductive anomalies we have considered here and will doubtless strive to lead us into greater clarity. In general, both readers and critics need to be aware of the flexibility and the possibility inherent in the writings of Germany’s major poet. Such awareness might begin with the firm attention to the academic advice offered to a student by Mephistopheles as he impersonates a professor in Faust’s study: ‘Above all, learn to handle women’ (‘Besonders lernt die Weiber führen’; l.

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