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  • Author:
    Gerald Gillespie,Martin Esslin
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    0826407021
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    978-0826407023
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    Continuum (January 1, 1992)
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Hans Sachs, Gerald Gillespie, Gryphius. An illustrative selection of German dramas from the baroque age and the early Enlightenment (. prior to Lessing), by Sachs, Gryphius, Schlegel, and others.

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German theater before 1750. Gerald Gillespie, e. Foreword by Martin Esslin. The German library, 8. New York: Continuum, 1992. Pp. 244. Judith P. Aikin (a1).

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A Meistersinger, dramatist and shoemaker, Hans Sachs put his literary work in the service of the Reformation. hominis (Lewiston; Lampeter: Edwin Mellen Press, 1993) Gerald Gillespie and Martin Esslin (ed., German theatre before 1750 (New York: Continuum, 1992) Samuel Kinser, ‘Presentation and Representation: Carnival at Nuremberg 1450-1550’, Representations 13 (1986), 1-41 Barbara Könnecker, Hans Sachs (Stuttgart: Metzler, 1971) Ralf Erik Remshardt, ‘The Birth of Reason from the Spirit of Carnival: Hans Sachs and Das.

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Andreas Gryphius (German: Andreas Greif) (2 October 1616 – 16 July 1664) was a German poet, dramatist and playwright, with his eloquent sonnets, which include "The Suffering, Frailty of Life and the World".

Andreas Gryphius (German: Andreas Greif) (2 October 1616 – 16 July 1664) was a German poet, dramatist and playwright, with his eloquent sonnets, which include "The Suffering, Frailty of Life and the World", he is considered one of the most important poets of the German baroque. Gryphius was born and raised in Glogau (Głogów), Duchy of Głogów, Silesia.

An illustrative selection of German dramas from the baroque age and the early Enlightenment (i.e. prior to Lessing), by Sachs, Gryphius, Schlegel, and others.