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Friedrich Spee's Trutznachtigall

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ISBN-13:
9783261008480
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
31.12.1973
Seiten:
158
Autor:
Richard G. Dimler
Gewicht:
333 g
Format:
231x159x16 mm
Serie:
13, German Studies in America
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This work is the most complete and exhaustive treatment of Spee's masterpiece, the Trutznachtigall, to date. Dimler examines all aspects of Spee's poetry: emblemata, Jesuit spirituality, classical and medieval motifs, Petrarchan influences, to name a few. He takes into account practically every major influence on Spee and seeks a synthesis. Moreover, no previous study has investigated in detail the impact of Spee's earlier work, Güldenes Tugend-buch on the Trutznachtigall. This correlation constitutes one of the major aims of the book. Finally, two all-important questions are discussed: how does Spee fuse secular and spiritual motifs in his poetry, and to what extent does he employ the typical baroque imagery of his time as a vehicle for his poetic ideas?

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