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PHILIPP VON ZESENS BESCHREIBUNG DER STADT AMSTERDAM (1664)

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Zesens Amsterdam-Beschreibung unterscheidet sich in charakteristischer Weise von den niederländischen Vorgängern O. Dapper (1663) und Pontanus/Montanus (1614): Verbindung von Faktenwissen und narrativen Partien (fiktional geprägte Erzählung, Wiedertäuferrevolte, Hexengeschichten etc.). Er verfolgt eine klare Erzählstrategie, die um Literarisierung der stadtgeschichtlichen Darstellung bemüht ist. Politische Stellungnahmen liegen im Mythos des Bataverlandes und der Stilisierung des Oraniers als zweiter Julius Civilis zugrunde, Toleranz und Freiheitsstreben sei in der “Batavischen Freiheit” (H. Grotius 1610) begründet.

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