Speaking of Irony: Bournonville, Kierkegaard, H.C. Andersen and the Heibergs
ResuméColin Roth: Speaking of Irony The purpose of this article is to draw attention to the ironic and satiric intent of a speech that the choreographer, August Bournonville, made in October 1861, and, in exploring its references, to shed light on the friendship-circles to which he belonged. Extensive quotations from contemporary documents – diaries, letters and published works – are employed to establish the character and concerns of the players, some of whom may not be familiar to specialists in the different disciplines represented here.
Roth, C. (2015). Speaking of Irony: Bournonville, Kierkegaard, H.C. Andersen and the Heibergs. Fund Og Forskning I Det Kongelige Biblioteks Samlinger, 50, 345. https://doi.org/10.7146/fof.v50i0.41253