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‘OPITZIEREN’ IN REVAL

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Die vorliegende Studie befasst sich mit der deutschsprachigen Gelegenheitsdichtung in Reval/Tallinn aus der ersten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts. Der Schwerpunkt wird auf die Hochzeitsgedichte gelegt, die in den Jahren 1634-1643 von Professoren des Revaler Gymnasiums verfasst wurden. Anhand dieser Texte werden die Aufnahme und die Umsetzung der Literaturreform von Martin Opitz in Reval untersucht. Von Bedeutung ist vor allem die erste Dekade des ‘Opitzierens’; dabei wird das Schaffen mehrerer Professoren eingehend diskutiert.

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2011-03-30
2018-09-19

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