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Verfahren der argutia in Sonetten von Sibylla Schwarz

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In Martin Opitz’s Buch von der deutschen Poeterey, the sonnet is defined by verse and rhyme scheme (elocutio), not by arguments (inventio) or the arrangement of arguments (dispositio); nevertheless, Sibylla Schwarz’s Petrarchan sonnets are also distinguished by their logico-rhetorical structuring. Transcending logical structuring, their subtle style is characterized by surprising relationships between disparate topoi and perceptive differentiations between aspects of a particular topos. The article analyses Sibylla Schwarz’s contribution to the poetic form of the sonnet, taking the two sonnets, “Die Lieb ist blind” and “Ist Lieb ein Feur”, as examples.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Deutsche Philologie, Universität Greifswald, Greifswald, Deutschland,


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