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In the home was moved to Utzenstorf, a village in the Bernese Emmental. Here young Bitzius grew up, receiving his early education and consorting with the boys of the village, as well as helping his father to cultivate his glebe. In he went to complete his education at Bern. He was a founding member of the Student Society Zofingia, the second-oldest fraternity in Switzerland founded in In he was received as a pastor.

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In the home was moved to Utzenstorf, a village in the Bernese Emmental. Here young Bitzius grew up, receiving his early education and consorting with the boys of the village, as well as helping his father to cultivate his glebe. In he went to complete his education at Bern. He was a founding member of the Student Society Zofingia, the second-oldest fraternity in Switzerland founded in In he was received as a pastor.

Early in he went as assistant to the He was born at Murten, where his father was pastor. During the s, he steadfastly opposed radicalism and secularism and placed a conservative emphasis on piety and ecclesiastical authority.

There are lives of Bitzius by C. Ammann in vol. Bern, of the Sammlung Bernischer Biographien. He started writing late in life. His first work, the Der Bauernspiegel, oder die Lebensgeschichte des Jeremias Gotthelf, appeared in It purported to be the life of Jeremias Gotthelf, narrated by himself, and this name was later adopted by the author as his pen name. It sketches the development of a poor country orphan boy, but is not an autobiography. It is a living picture of Bernese or, strictly speaking, Emmental village life, true to nature, and not attempting to gloss over its defects and failings.

It is written like the rest of his works in German, but contains expressions from the Bernese dialect of the Emmental, though Bitzius was not like Auerbach a peasant by birth, but belonged to the educated classes, so that he reproduces what he had seen and learnt, and not what he had himself personally experienced. The book was a great success, as it was a picture of real life, and not of fancifully beribboned eighteenth-century villagers.

Henceforth Bitzius was a prolific writer, and in the last 18 years of his life became one of the important novelists not only of Switzerland but of the German language in general. He also published several volumes of shorter tales. His works were issued in 24 vols.

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Jeremias Gotthelf : "Die schwarze Spinne" (8/9)

Als Lohn will er ein ungetauftes Kind. Als ein Kind geboren wird, rettet der Pfarrer es sofort nach seiner Geburt durch die Taufe. Christine, verschworen mit den Dorfbewohnern, will das Neugeborene dem Teufel bringen, doch der Priester besprengt es im letzten Moment mit Weihwasser. Christine schrumpft, ebenso vom heiligen Wasser benetzt, zu einer Spinne, die der Pfarrer vom Neugeborenen schleudert. Im Tal herrscht daraufhin wieder Friede und Gottesfurcht.

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Plot[ edit ] The novella begins with a christening party at a farm, during the course of which a few of the guests in front of the house go for a walk. At her inquiry, the grandfather tells everyone the story of the post. First internal narrative[ edit ] The grandfather tells how a few centuries before, the village had been ruled by a Teutonic Knight named Hans von Stoffeln, who worked the farmers of the village very hard. Von Stoffeln, a strict and aggressive man, relentlessly collected on the tax obligations of his serfs.

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