Das lateinische Drama der Frühen Neuzeit: Exemplarische by Glei R.F., Seidel R.

By Glei R.F., Seidel R.

The Early sleek Age (15th-18th cents) observed the looks of an enormous variety of Latin performs. The papers gathered during this quantity examine exemplars of person dramas or complexes of dramas to supply insights into the basic constructions of the style, but in addition into ameliorations made up our minds through heritage, denomination and serve as. consciousness can also be paid to theoretical dramatic and theatrical texts which mirrored, followed and of their flip encouraged the advance of drama composition and level perform. ultimately, destiny examine components are indicated and want lists organize.

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356–405, sowie Dietl: Humanistenbühne (wie Anm. 12), S. 164f. Vgl. Dietl: Humanistenbühne (wie Anm. 12), S. 162 und 167. 26 Matthias Dall’Asta Noch ertragreicher als ein solcher biographistischer Zugang erscheint eine nähere Betrachtung der intertextuellen Bezüge. Dafür nur noch zwei Beispiele: In V. ) Ble. ) Mussitas? ) Ble. ) Blateras? ) Ble. ) Balitas? ] Ble. ] Brummst du? ] Ble. ] Plapperst du? ] Ble. ] Blökst du? Hier zeigt sich ein Handlungsmotiv, das in der Gerichtsszene des vierten Aktes der Scaenica progymnasmata viel breiter ausgestaltet worden ist und offenbar aus der Farce vom Maître Pathelin stammt,50 die Reuchlin vermutlich schon während seiner Studienjahre in Frankreich kennengelernt hatte.

Dieser ist allerdings unter den deutschen Humanisten der einzige, der sein Festspiel eine Comoedia nennt. 48 Die Comoedia secunda ist somit primär nicht nur das erste allegorische Festspiel in Deutschland, sondern im deutschen Humanismus auch der einzige Vertreter dieser Richtung, der sich als comoedia bezeichnet, obgleich ihre komischen Elemente49 marginal bleiben. Rechenschaft über die Bezeichnung beider Stücke als Comoedie gibt Grünpeck im Widmungsbrief und den beiden Prologen. ›Nicht mit penibler Sorgfalt, sondern leichthin spielerisch verfasst‹ (Neque accurata diligentia, sed leuiter ludendo conscriptae, Bl.

Rupprich (wie Anm. 3), S. 635: »halbdramatische Dialogliteratur«. Creizenach (wie Anm. 3), S. 25. Roloff (wie Anm. 3), S. 651 (zum Stylpho Wimpfelings). Vgl. Rupprich (wie Anm. 3), S. ]«. Ähnlich bereits Creizenach (wie Anm. 3), S. 29. Ein angemessener Bezug auf die Definition und Periodisierung des Epochenbegriffs ›Humanismus‹ ist an dieser Stelle nicht möglich; eine Auseinandersetzung mit den verschiedenen Binnenperiodisierungen des Phänomens in der deutschen Literaturgeschichte soll an anderer Stelle folgen.

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