- 1A literary and artistic movement in Germany in the late 18th century, influenced by Jean-Jacques Rousseau and characterized by the expression of emotional unrest and a rejection of neoclassical literary norms.More example sentences
- A major turning-point for both composers seemingly came in the early 1770s, when, influenced by the German literary movement known as Sturm und Drang, music became more intense.
- Meanwhile the German Sturm und Drang movement had initiated the worship of Shakespeare as a natural genius whose works were the supreme antidote.
- German dramatist and lyric poet, the son of an army surgeon, and, with his early play Die Räuber, the chief figure of the Sturm und Drang period of German literature.
- 1.1Turbulent emotion or stress: that casual morning meeting dragged into a brawling afternoon of Sturm und DrangMore example sentences
- The more familiar String Quartet also opens with a healthy dose of Sturm und Drang.
- The intensity of their parents ' Sturm und Drang disturbs the Anton children.
- The Sturm und Drang of Luther was safely domesticated in Lutheranism.
German, literally 'storm and stress'.
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