Populäre Kalender im vorindustriellen Europa: Der 'Hinkende Bote'/'Messager boiteux'

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    Populäre Kalender im vorindustriellen Europa: Der 'Hinkende Bote'/'Messager boiteux'

    Kulturwissenschaftliche Analysen und bibliographisches Repertorium. Ein Handbuch

    [Popular Almanacs in Early Modern Europe]

    Ed. by Greilich, Susanne / Mix, York-Gothart

      Aims and Scope

      This volume contains the complete bibliography of the most famous European almanac of the 18th and 19th centuries, the Limping Messenger, which was published in all European countries. In addition to a repertory of all almanacs published in Germany and France, this book presents a section on research, including analytical studies that anchor the Limping Messenger in the history of books and literature, as well as in a historical context.

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      viii, 508 pages
      German, French
      Type of Publication:
      Academics, Institutes, Libraries

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      "Damit bietet der Band ein in dieser Art einzigartiges und nützliches Instrumentarium für die weitere Erforschung der 'Hinkenden Boten' an."
      Susann Trabert in: KULT_online 16/2008

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