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...aling with one person's formative years or spiritual education ... Bildungsroman - Victorian Web ... . 'Hughbury Shamp, a teenager with a yen for fame - note: all three novels are Bildungsromane - follows three masters whom he introduces at the beginning of his first-person account, an echo of Marcus Aurelius starting his meditations.'. Bildungsroman is the combination of two German words: Bildung, meaning "education," and Roman, meaning "novel." Fittingly, a "bildungsroman" is a novel that deals with the ... Bildungsroman - definition of bildungsroman by The Free ... ... ." Fittingly, a "bildungsroman" is a novel that deals with the formative years of the main character - in particular, his or her psychological development and moral education. Bildungsroman. A bildungsroman is a literary genre that focuses on coming of age stories, following a character's progression towards adulthood. The word "bildungsroman" comes from the German meaning "education" and " novel .". It was coined by Karl Morgenstern in 1819 during a series of university lectures. Bildungsroman definition, a type of novel concerned with the education, development, and maturing of a young protagonist. See more. bildungsroman (plural bildungsromans or bildungsromane) A novel tracing the spiritual , moral , psychological , or social development and growth of the main character, usually from childhood to maturity . Bildungsroman is the name affixed to those novels that concentrate on the development or education of a central character. German in origin, "bildungs" means formation, and "roman" means ... 'A Bildungsroman of sorts, it charts the formative years of Dylan Ebdus, a Jewish boy growing up in Brooklyn in the 1970s.' 'Natasha is essentially a Bildungsroman for Mark written over several short stories; he doesn't necessarily grow wiser, just more assimilated.' Bildungsroman (n.) 1910, from German Bildungsroman, from Bildung "education, formation, growth" (from Bild "picture, image, figure") + roman "novel" (see romance (n.)). A novel set in the formative years, or the time of spiritual education, of the main character. German Bild is from Old High German bilade, from Proto-Germanic *biliþja or *bilaþja, the source also of Dutch beeld, Old English ... A Bildungsroman is a novel which concerns itself with the development of a youthful protagonist as he or she matures. It is analogous in many ways to the "Apprenticeshi...