Estudos em homenagem a Margarida Llosa
Joana de Mello Moser
AbstractGustav Meyrink (1868-1932) chose for the stage of Der Golem the Jewish ghetto of Prague, a place where people, houses and streets are quite similar. The novel is a picture of real life mixed together with situations of the psychological forum. Much of the symbols referred to in the text express loneliness, painful anxiety and the dignity of man who has to face the struggle against inexorable forces. I begin by casting a glance over the myth of the golem, which will be followed by an outline of the author's biography. A reflection on the complexity of the "phenomena" that take place in the fantastic world Meyrink created for his heroe is the main goal of this paper.
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