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    Was ein Poëte kan!

    Studien zum Werk von Paul Fleming (1609–1640)

    [Studies on the Work of Paul Fleming (1609–1640)]

    Ed. by Arend, Stefanie / Sittig, Claudius

    In coop. with Glauch, Sonja / Klöker, Martin

    Series:Frühe Neuzeit 168

      Aims and Scope

      Paul Fleming (1609–1640) was one of the most important poets of the early modern period, and his contemporaries ranked him alongside Martin Opitz. This anthology is from an international symposium held on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of Fleming’s birth. It assembles a series of papers that help provide a historical perspective for Fleming’s work in relation to literary traditions and cultural contexts (especially political, religious, and medical discourses).

      Supplementary Information

      xiii, 464 pages
      Language:
      German
      Type of Publication:
      Collection
      Keywords:
      Fleming, Paul; Early Modern Period; Baroque; Lyric Poetry
      Readership:
      Academics (German Studies, Literary Studies), Libraries, Institutes

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      "Dieser Acta-Band, der durch den 400. Geburtstag zustande gekommen ist, ist einerseits ein bemerkenswerter Querschnitt durch die gegenwärtige Fleming-Forschung, andererseits aber auch ein Spiegel dessen, was in der literarischen Frühneuzeitforschung auf der Tagesordnung steht."
      Andreas Solbach in: www.literaturkritik.de

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