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Sprachliche Gegenreformation in Grimmelshausens

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Teutschem Michel

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Grimmelshausen’s language satire on one hand turns patriotic against the foreign word addiction of his time, but mainly criticizes from a Catholic point of view the purism of the Protestant dominated Opitz school. He refers in religious and linguistic respects both to the old use, as it was taught to the Germans by the Latin Rome, and rejects any form of reformation that pretends to restore artificially a supposedly old state, but actually applying arbitrary own inventions and thus putting man’s salvation at risk.

Affiliations: 1: Universität Pécs, Ungarn hillenbrand.rainer@pte.hu

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