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By Ludwig Braun

This ebook offers for the 1st time a landscape of approximately eighty five neo-latin epics composed in France through the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; the gathering contains historic, biblical and hagiographic poems, starting from a couple of hundred to thirty thousand hexameters. an entire account is given of the contents and composition of each poem, the old, biblical and hagiographic historical past is explored, and the poets' debt to classical poetry is analyzed with as a transparent outcome the becoming impact of Vergil and, throughout the seventeenth century, of Tasso in addition. The repertorium is meant as a type of consultant, which supplies the reader attracted to Neo-Latin, Classics or the literary background of France very easily with well-founded info in this literary style.

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1495). Am Abend findet ein großer Siegesschmaus statt, bei dem auch der Vortrag eines Sängers nicht fehlt. Am nächsten Morgen wird Fernandus, der in der Burg ausharrt, unter Beschuß genommen; nach anfänglichem Widerstreben ergibt er sich den Franzosen14. Etwas unvermittelt holt der Dichter zu einer längeren Ermahnung aus, was alles ein guter Fürst beherzigen sollte, um erst ganz am Ende all dies auf den Fürsten anzuwenden, der soeben seine Herrschaft verloren hat—womit er doch wohl Alfonso 10 Delaborde 520 f.

Kein Wort von der Schlacht bei Murten. Hans-Joachim Lope, Karl der Kühne als literarische Gestalt, Frankfurt / M. u. a. 1995, 65 f. Sehr knappe Erwähnung von Blarrus Epos. Lope behauptet, ohne Begründung, Entstehung des Werkes 1508. Hs. der Nanceis (einzige), illuminiert, im Musée Lorrain, Nancy. Beschreibung bei Collignon, De Nanceide p. VII. 1477 bei Nancy. Er hatte schwere Auseinandersetzungen mit Ludwig XI. von Frankreich. Als dessen Vasall unbotmäßig, bemühte er sich, ein eigenes Königreich Burgund zu schaffen.

Inhalt Buch 1 (Bd. I, 2–74 der Ausgabe Nancy 1840, die dem Text eine französische Übersetzung gegenüberstellt): Das Prooem setzt, sehr ungewöhnlich, ein mit einer Anrede an Karl den Kühnen, den feindlichen Helden also, dessen schließlicher Untergang der Zielpunkt des Gedichts sein soll: falsche Gerüchte über den Tod Karls), von Schütz freilich falsch übersetzt: «mais la quinzième année vit évanouir ces mensonges»; vgl. Collignon S. 9 mit Anm. 1. nanceis 25 Prelia magnanimum que te fregere Leonem Elatum titulis toto fulgentibus orbe: Terribilemque armis scribo dux Carole.

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