Hymns To The Night by Novalis

"Hymns to the Night" is a collection of six prose hymns that delve into the profound depths of night as a metaphor for the mystical and the transcendent. The work reflects on the dichotomy between darkness and light, with the night representing a sanctuary from the rationality and order of the day. It is a deeply romantic text that celebrates the beauty and solace found in the nocturnal realm, where the spiritual and the eternal are felt more acutely. The hymns are a blend of personal longing, philosophical contemplation, and spiritual quest, expressing a yearning for the infinite and the reunion with a lost beloved, symbolizing the soul's journey towards oneness with the divine.

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Published
1800
Nationality
German
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
German

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