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  • ISBN 1904350380
  • ISBN13 978-1904350385
  • Language English
  • Author Peter Damrau
  • Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (February 1, 2007)
  • Pages 214
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
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This is the first study to demonstrate the impact of Puritan literature on the development of German language and literature in the seventeenth century and beyond. It crosses the boundaries of theology, literature, and the English and German traditions to show that eighteenth-century secular thinking on introspection, psychology and subjectivity has its roots in vocabulary used in Germany as early as 1665 through the translation of figures such as Daniel Dyke and Richard Baxter. The book concludes with insights on John Bunyan, whose works inspired writers of the Geniegeneration such as Lenz, Wieland, Moritz and Jung Stilling.

It crosses the boundaries of theology, literature, and the English and German traditions to show that eighteenth-century secular thinking on introspection, psychology and subjectivity has its roots in vocabulary used in Germany as early as 1665 through the translation of figures such as Daniel Dyke and Richard Baxter.

It crosses boundaries of theology, literature, and the English and German traditions to show that eighteenth-century secular thinking on introspection, psychology and subjectivity has its roots in vocabulary used in Germany as early as 1665 through the translation of figures such as Daniel Dyke and Richard Baxter.

Series: MHRA Texts & Dissertations. It crosses the boundaries of theology, literature, and the English and German traditions to show that eighteenth-century secular thinking on introspection, psychology and subjectivity has its roots in vocabulary used in Germany as early as 1665 through the translation of figures such as Daniel Dyke and Richard Baxter.

66: Peter Damrau, The Reception of English Puritan Literature in Germany. It crosses the boundaries of theology, literature, and the English and German traditions to show that eighteenth-century secular thinking on introspection, psychology, and subjectivity has its roots in vocabulary used in Germany as early as 1665 through the translation of figures such as Daniel Dyke and Richard Baxter.

The Reception of English Puritan Literature in Germany, MHRA Texts & Dissertations Volume 66 and Bithell Series of Dissertations Volume 29, Leeds: Maney, 2006.

In the early 17th century, thousands of English Puritans colonized North America, mainly in New England. Puritans were generally members of the Church of England who believed that the Church of England was insufficiently reformed, retaining too much. Puritans were generally members of the Church of England who believed that the Church of England was insufficiently reformed, retaining too much of its Roman Catholic doctrinal roots, and who therefore opposed royal ecclesiastical policy under Elizabeth I of England, James I of England, and Charles I of England.

Damrau, Peter, The Reception of English Puritan Literature in Germany (London: Maney, 2006). Darwin, Charles, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, ed. Paul Ekman (London: HarperCollins, 1998). London: Strahan, 1755–6).

The book is filled with the Puritan’s strange beliefs. In the writings of the earliest Puritans, we often find poems on religious themes. Although literature developed far more slowly in the South than in New England, a few early writers are worth mentioning. To Mather and other Puritans, witchcraft and other forms of evil were absolutely real part of everyday life. Increase’s son, Cotton Mather (1663-1728), became the most famous of the family. He had an insane genius for advertising himself. Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672) was the first real New England poet. In Virginia, Robert Beverley(1673-1722) wrote intelligently about nature and society.

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In this book, the subject of German literature is treated as a phenomenon firmly rooted in the social and political world from which it has risen. Literary works are assessed according to their relation to the human condition. Readable and stimulating, A History of German Literature makes the literature of the past as vital and engaging as the works of the present, and will prove a valuable tool. Скачать (pdf, . 2 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

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