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Petrarca-studien (Schriften Der Philosophisch-historischen Klasse Der Heidelberger Akademie Der Wissenschaften) (French, German and Italian Edition)


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Als italienischer Lyriker und lateinischer Schriftsteller ist Francesco Petrarca eine der faszinierendsten Gestalten des europaischen 14. Jahrhunderts. Der Band schreitet in Einzelstudien Petrarcas vielgestaltiges Werk aus. Er beleuchtet exemplarisch die poetische Komplexitat seiner italienischen Liebeslyrik, die der modernen Lyrik in Europa den Weg gewiesen hat. Aber er erschliesst auch neue Aspekte seines noch allzu wenig gewurdigten lateinischen Werks, das im Zeichen einer neuen Konzeption von Pluralitat den Renaissance-Humanismus vorbereitet. Das Buch zeigt Petrarca als Pionier einer neuen Asthetik und Poetik der Landschaft und als Vermittlergestalt fur die spatmittelalterliche Krisis des Exemplarischen. Ein Buch fur alle, die sich fur die Grundlagen des neuzeitlichen europaischen Bewusstseins interessieren. Die Originalsprache der Studien (deutsch, italienisch, franzosisch, englisch) wurde belassen.

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