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Der Beitrag zeigt, dass die Konzentration auf die Buße im zweiten Teil von Albertinus' Roman Landtstörtzer Gusman von Alfarche oder Picaro genannt (1615) durch die Präsenzbehauptung eines seelsorgerlichen Gesprächs erreicht wird. Auf diese Weise gelingt es Albertinus, neben dem bekehrten Titelhelden den Einsiedler als zweiten ‘Conversus’ vorzustellen, um so die Rezipienten zur Frömmigkeit zu mahnen. Das hat zur Folge, dass dem Roman sein satirisches Moment abhanden kommt.


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