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Das Haidedorf, Das Haidedorf (6)

Alles, alles war nun gelöset; die freudigen Festgruppen der Kirchgänger rüsteten sich, und ließen gern das köstliche Naß durch ihre Kleider sinken, um nur zum Tempel Gottes zu gehen und zu danken--auch Felix ließ es durch seine Kleider sinken, ging mit und dankte mit, und Keiner wußte, was seine sanften, ruhigen Augen bargen.

So weit geht unsere Wissenschaft von Felix, dem Haidebewohner.--Von seinem Wirken und dessen Früchten liegt nichts vor: aber sei es so oder so--trete nur getrost dereinst vor deinen Richter, du reiner Mensch, und sage: "Herr, ich konnte nicht anders, als dein Pfund pflegen, das du mir anvertraut hast," und wäre dann selbst dein Pfund zu leicht gewesen, der Richter wird gnädiger richten als die Menschen.

NOTES.

To forestall one criticism to which the following short commentary would seem to lay itself open, I wish to state that the plan of making the notes partly in English and partly in German has been formed after considerable reflection. Stifter's use of language is so peculiar and original in places, that the nearest approach to the force of an expression is often made in German, as [29], [41], [46], [47], etc. A mere translation in such places would be misleading without a full explanation of the idiomatic bearing of the word or phrase in question. On the other hand, the pregnant meaning of words like [15], [72], [75], etc., it has been thought, would best be suggested in English for the sake of simplicity, and further elucidation left to the teacher.

O. H.

I.

[1] FLECKCHEN, a little spot.

[2] SEIT UNVORDENKLICHEN ZEITEN, beyond man's memory.

[3] HAIDEFÖHRE; Föhre = Fichte.

[4] ZEITWEISE, zuweilen, hie und da, dann und wann.

[5] WACHHOLDERSTAUDE, juniper-bush.

[6] IM WEITERN, sonst.

[7] MAN MÜßTE NUR, unless one, etc.

[8] GELÄNDE, tract of land, landscape.

[9] DES ÖFTERN, öfters.

[10] EIGENTLICH, genau, wirklich, wahrhaft, ursprünglich.

[11] IM GRUNDE, in fact.

[12] HEGTE, cherished.

[13] MITBESITZER; one who shares the possession of something with others.

[14] ABSTAMMUNG; a play upon the original word "Stamm"; means ramification as well as descent.

[15] SIPPSCHAFT, generally used in a contemptuous sense.

[16] BLAUDUFTIG, in a blue haze.

[17] ROßBERG, von Roß, syn. Pferd.

[18] ÜBERHAUPT, altogether.

[19] NUN, hier zu übersetzen mit then.

[20] PFLEGEBEFOHLENEN, syn. Schützlinge.

[21] ZUTHAT, addition.

[22] BEWERKSTELLIGTES, part. pass. von bewerkstelligen, zu Stande bringen, vollenden.

[23] GERÄUMIG; abgeleitet von Raum.

[24] EIN UND DAS ANDERE FACH, einige Fächer.

[25] VORERST, zuerst.

[26] WIDERSPENSTIGER, eigensinniger.

[27] FAHREN LASSEN, hergeben, abgeben, aufgeben (to let go).

[28] ANZULEGENDEN; Part. fut. pass.

[29] STARRTEN, starren heißt hier, wie oft, starr sein, wie z.B. vor Frost, Entsetzen, aber auch Waffen, etc. starr = unbeugsam.

[30] STROTZTEN; strotzten mit Präp. von, in Fülle schwellen, oft mit dem Nebenbegriff des Stolzes.

[31] AUFTISCHTEN, vorsetzten.

[32] WOHL, it is true that ...

[33] EINBEEREN; die Einbeere oder Wolfsbeere, true-love, a plant.

[34] FREILICH, of course.

[35] SCHNARRENDER; from schnarren (onomatopoeic), the colorless sound produced by the vibrations of a string; used also of the drum.

[36] SPRINGER; gemeint ist der Heuspringer oder die Heuschrecke, Gryllus.

[37] HEIDUKEN; localism; what is meant is probably Heidschnacken or Heidschnucken (pl. ), heath-muttons.

[38] ZIRPEND; onomatopoeic from the "zirp, zirp" of these insects.

[39] SCHLEIFEND; descriptive, again, of the sound produced by these insects, which resembles the whetting of scythes.

[40] GESINGE, monotonous singing, sing-song.

[41] VORBEILÄUTETE; der Ton der Hummel wird mit dem einer Glocke verglichen.

[42] KEHRSEITE, Rückseite.

[43] EITEL, lauter; pure.

����"Esset eitel ungesäuert Brot," 2. Mos. 12, 20.

[44] SCHLÜPFEN, scil. in das und aus dem Loch.

[45] SEIT URZEITEN, siehe Anmerkung 2, p. 3.

[46] WAR KEINER ERLEBT WORDEN, niemand hatte in seinem ganzen Leben einen gesehen.

[47] EIERSAUFENDE; Saufen ist das Trinken der Thiere; man würde erwarten eierschlürfende.

[48] WAS IHM GEWORDEN, which had fallen to his share.

[49] UNBEGREIFLICHER WEISE, in some incomprehensible manner.

[50] VORQUOLL, hervorquoll.

[51] BREI AUS HIRSE, millet-pudding or pap.

[52] KAM ... DAHER, came along.

[53] ERBARMTE IHR DER KNABE; erbarmen, ordinarily used as a reflexive verb with a genitive in the sense of take pity on someone, is used here in the sense of cause pity to someone.

II.

[54] TRINKSPRUCH, toper's adage.

[55] SCHUPPEN, carriage-house.

[56] TRIEB IMMER SEHR FRÜH NACH HAUSE, scil. die Schafe. The parents are described somewhat after the fashion of Goethe's account of his parents, of whom he said:

����Vom Vater hab' ich die Statur, ����Des Lebens ernstes Führen, ����Vom Mütterchen die Frohnatur, ����Und Lust zum Fabulieren.

[57] STÖSSIGER BOCK; einer der stößt (mit den Hörnern).

[58] IRRSAL STIFTETE, made trouble.

[59] ZU PAAREN TRIEB, mastered, subdued.

[60] GEKAUERT; part. from kauern, to cower.

[61] SICH IN DIE BEGEISTERUNG GEREDET, talked herself into enthusiasm.

[62] DA GRAUTE ER SICH AB, more expressive than es graute ihm.

[63] ZUG, here procession.

[64] UMKRAMPFTE, seized him as if in a spasm.

[65] GESEGNEN, segnen.

III.

[66] HEUEN, Heu machen.

[67] UND ES WURDE IHM SO GUT, and he was doing so well.

[68] WANDERPACK, Ränzel, Felleisen.

[69] EITEL FREUDE, nichts als Freude.

[70] VON DANNEN ZOG, went on his way.

[71] DAS ... GUT ANSCHLUG, which was doing well.

[72] GRUNDHERRSCHAFT, the landlord; lit. the landlordship.

[73] BAUTEN SICH AN, built houses, settled there.

[74] TRIEBEN EIGENE WIRTHSCHAFT, kept house by themselves.

[75] KANZLEIHERRN, the officials; note the significance of Herrn in the context.

[76] GELIEBT, beliebt, gefällt.

[77] SIE SAH NICHT, das Mutterherz sah nicht.

[78] FIEL IHM KLEIN MARTHA BEI; beifallen, einfallen.

[79] WELSCHLAND, hier Italien; welsch heißt überhaupt ausländisch, genauer romanisch. "Welsh with these men means foreign and is used for all people of Europe who are not of Gothic or Teutonic blood." (William Morris, "A Tale of the House of the Wolfings," etc.)

IV

[80] HATTE ES MANCHEM VERWISCHT; hatte Manchem die Erinnerung daran ausgelöscht.

[81] EINERLEIHEIT, monotony.

[82] HAIDEBÜHEL; Bühel, Hügel.

[83] VORLALLTE; lallen, das unverständliche Sprechen der Kinder.

[84] LEGTE SICH SEIN HERZ DAR, zeigte sich sein Herz.

[85] JE; hier soviel wie dort. Sehr ungewöhnlicher Gebrauch.

[86] WENDET, verwendet.

[87] ZU GUTE BEKOMMET, get the good of it.

[88] WAS KOMMT BEI DIR, what are you thinking of?

[89] DA SEI GOTT VOR, GOTT BEWAHRE; God forbid.

[90] THAT GLEICHGÜLTIG, tried to act indifferently.

[91] MACHTE SICH ZU THUN, busied himself.

[92] UND ES WAR IHM, and he felt.

[93] FIEL IHM AUF, he noticed with astonishment.

[94] WASSERZIEHEN DER SONNE, "The sun drawing water."

[95] STANDEN IN DIE LUFT, note the accusative.

[96] PURPURIG; until very recently (the discovery and exhibition of the "Resurrected of Kerke") the notion prevailed in Germany that the "purple" of the ancients was a golden or scarlet hue.

[97] VERSIECHT, versiegt.

[98] SCHALGRAUEM; schal, flat, insipid.

[99] FIELEN IHM EIN, occurred to him.

[100] TAUBE ERNTE; a useless crop; taub in the secondary sense designates that which lacks the most essential.

[101] HALBGESTORBENE; note the difference between this and halbtote.

[102] LOHNTE, bezahlte. The pay of a messenger is called Botenlohn.

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Alles, alles war nun gelöset; die freudigen Festgruppen der Kirchgänger rüsteten sich, und ließen gern das köstliche Naß durch ihre Kleider sinken, um nur zum Tempel Gottes zu gehen und zu danken--auch Felix ließ es durch seine Kleider sinken, ging mit und dankte mit, und Keiner wußte, was seine sanften, ruhigen Augen bargen.

So weit geht unsere Wissenschaft von Felix, dem Haidebewohner.--Von seinem Wirken und dessen Früchten liegt nichts vor: aber sei es so oder so--trete nur getrost dereinst vor deinen Richter, du reiner Mensch, und sage: "Herr, ich konnte nicht anders, als dein Pfund pflegen, das du mir anvertraut hast," und wäre dann selbst dein Pfund zu leicht gewesen, der Richter wird gnädiger richten als die Menschen.

NOTES.

To forestall one criticism to which the following short commentary would seem to lay itself open, I wish to state that the plan of making the notes partly in English and partly in German has been formed after considerable reflection. Stifter's use of language is so peculiar and original in places, that the nearest approach to the force of an expression is often made in German, as [29], [41], [46], [47], etc. A mere translation in such places would be misleading without a full explanation of the idiomatic bearing of the word or phrase in question. On the other hand, the pregnant meaning of words like [15], [72], [75], etc., it has been thought, would best be suggested in English for the sake of simplicity, and further elucidation left to the teacher.

O. H.

I.

[1] FLECKCHEN, a little spot.

[2] SEIT UNVORDENKLICHEN ZEITEN, beyond man's memory.

[3] HAIDEFÖHRE; Föhre = Fichte.

[4] ZEITWEISE, zuweilen, hie und da, dann und wann.

[5] WACHHOLDERSTAUDE, juniper-bush.

[6] IM WEITERN, sonst.

[7] MAN MÜßTE NUR, unless one, etc.

[8] GELÄNDE, tract of land, landscape.

[9] DES ÖFTERN, öfters.

[10] EIGENTLICH, genau, wirklich, wahrhaft, ursprünglich.

[11] IM GRUNDE, in fact.

[12] HEGTE, cherished.

[13] MITBESITZER; one who shares the possession of something with others.

[14] ABSTAMMUNG; a play upon the original word "Stamm"; means ramification as well as descent.

[15] SIPPSCHAFT, generally used in a contemptuous sense.

[16] BLAUDUFTIG, in a blue haze.

[17] ROßBERG, von Roß, syn. Pferd.

[18] ÜBERHAUPT, altogether.

[19] NUN, hier zu übersetzen mit then.

[20] PFLEGEBEFOHLENEN, syn. Schützlinge.

[21] ZUTHAT, addition.

[22] BEWERKSTELLIGTES, part. pass. von bewerkstelligen, zu Stande bringen, vollenden.

[23] GERÄUMIG; abgeleitet von Raum.

[24] EIN UND DAS ANDERE FACH, einige Fächer.

[25] VORERST, zuerst.

[26] WIDERSPENSTIGER, eigensinniger.

[27] FAHREN LASSEN, hergeben, abgeben, aufgeben (to let go).

[28] ANZULEGENDEN; Part. fut. pass.

[29] STARRTEN, starren heißt hier, wie oft, starr sein, wie z.B. vor Frost, Entsetzen, aber auch Waffen, etc. starr = unbeugsam.

[30] STROTZTEN; strotzten mit Präp. von, in Fülle schwellen, oft mit dem Nebenbegriff des Stolzes.

[31] AUFTISCHTEN, vorsetzten.

[32] WOHL, it is true that ...

[33] EINBEEREN; die Einbeere oder Wolfsbeere, true-love, a plant.

[34] FREILICH, of course.

[35] SCHNARRENDER; from schnarren (onomatopoeic), the colorless sound produced by the vibrations of a string; used also of the drum.

[36] SPRINGER; gemeint ist der Heuspringer oder die Heuschrecke, Gryllus.

[37] HEIDUKEN; localism; what is meant is probably Heidschnacken or Heidschnucken (pl. ), heath-muttons.

[38] ZIRPEND; onomatopoeic from the "zirp, zirp" of these insects.

[39] SCHLEIFEND; descriptive, again, of the sound produced by these insects, which resembles the whetting of scythes.

[40] GESINGE, monotonous singing, sing-song.

[41] VORBEILÄUTETE; der Ton der Hummel wird mit dem einer Glocke verglichen.

[42] KEHRSEITE, Rückseite.

[43] EITEL, lauter; pure.

����"Esset eitel ungesäuert Brot," 2. Mos. 12, 20.

[44] SCHLÜPFEN, scil. in das und aus dem Loch.

[45] SEIT URZEITEN, siehe Anmerkung 2, p. 3.

[46] WAR KEINER ERLEBT WORDEN, niemand hatte in seinem ganzen Leben einen gesehen.

[47] EIERSAUFENDE; Saufen ist das Trinken der Thiere; man würde erwarten eierschlürfende.

[48] WAS IHM GEWORDEN, which had fallen to his share.

[49] UNBEGREIFLICHER WEISE, in some incomprehensible manner.

[50] VORQUOLL, hervorquoll.

[51] BREI AUS HIRSE, millet-pudding or pap.

[52] KAM ... DAHER, came along.

[53] ERBARMTE IHR DER KNABE; erbarmen, ordinarily used as a reflexive verb with a genitive in the sense of take pity on someone, is used here in the sense of cause pity to someone.

II.

[54] TRINKSPRUCH, toper's adage.

[55] SCHUPPEN, carriage-house.

[56] TRIEB IMMER SEHR FRÜH NACH HAUSE, scil. die Schafe. The parents are described somewhat after the fashion of Goethe's account of his parents, of whom he said:

����Vom Vater hab' ich die Statur, ����Des Lebens ernstes Führen, ����Vom Mütterchen die Frohnatur, ����Und Lust zum Fabulieren.

[57] STÖSSIGER BOCK; einer der stößt (mit den Hörnern).

[58] IRRSAL STIFTETE, made trouble.

[59] ZU PAAREN TRIEB, mastered, subdued.

[60] GEKAUERT; part. from kauern, to cower.

[61] SICH IN DIE BEGEISTERUNG GEREDET, talked herself into enthusiasm.

[62] DA GRAUTE ER SICH AB, more expressive than es graute ihm.

[63] ZUG, here procession.

[64] UMKRAMPFTE, seized him as if in a spasm.

[65] GESEGNEN, segnen.

III.

[66] HEUEN, Heu machen.

[67] UND ES WURDE IHM SO GUT, and he was doing so well.

[68] WANDERPACK, Ränzel, Felleisen.

[69] EITEL FREUDE, nichts als Freude.

[70] VON DANNEN ZOG, went on his way.

[71] DAS ... GUT ANSCHLUG, which was doing well.

[72] GRUNDHERRSCHAFT, the landlord; lit. the landlordship.

[73] BAUTEN SICH AN, built houses, settled there.

[74] TRIEBEN EIGENE WIRTHSCHAFT, kept house by themselves.

[75] KANZLEIHERRN, the officials; note the significance of Herrn in the context.

[76] GELIEBT, beliebt, gefällt.

[77] SIE SAH NICHT, das Mutterherz sah nicht.

[78] FIEL IHM KLEIN MARTHA BEI; beifallen, einfallen.

[79] WELSCHLAND, hier Italien; welsch heißt überhaupt ausländisch, genauer romanisch. "Welsh with these men means foreign and is used for all people of Europe who are not of Gothic or Teutonic blood." (William Morris, "A Tale of the House of the Wolfings," etc.)

IV

[80] HATTE ES MANCHEM VERWISCHT; hatte Manchem die Erinnerung daran ausgelöscht.

[81] EINERLEIHEIT, monotony.

[82] HAIDEBÜHEL; Bühel, Hügel.

[83] VORLALLTE; lallen, das unverständliche Sprechen der Kinder.

[84] LEGTE SICH SEIN HERZ DAR, zeigte sich sein Herz.

[85] JE; hier soviel wie dort. Sehr ungewöhnlicher Gebrauch.

[86] WENDET, verwendet.

[87] ZU GUTE BEKOMMET, get the good of it.

[88] WAS KOMMT BEI DIR, what are you thinking of?

[89] DA SEI GOTT VOR, GOTT BEWAHRE; God forbid.

[90] THAT GLEICHGÜLTIG, tried to act indifferently.

[91] MACHTE SICH ZU THUN, busied himself.

[92] UND ES WAR IHM, and he felt.

[93] FIEL IHM AUF, he noticed with astonishment.

[94] WASSERZIEHEN DER SONNE, "The sun drawing water."

[95] STANDEN IN DIE LUFT, note the accusative.

[96] PURPURIG; until very recently (the discovery and exhibition of the "Resurrected of Kerke") the notion prevailed in Germany that the "purple" of the ancients was a golden or scarlet hue.

[97] VERSIECHT, versiegt.

[98] SCHALGRAUEM; schal, flat, insipid.

[99] FIELEN IHM EIN, occurred to him.

[100] TAUBE ERNTE; a useless crop; taub in the secondary sense designates that which lacks the most essential.

[101] HALBGESTORBENE; note the difference between this and halbtote.

[102] LOHNTE, bezahlte. The pay of a messenger is called Botenlohn.

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