The baroque poem: a comparative survey, together with 150 illustrative texts from English, American, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Mexican, Portuguese, Polish, Modern Latin, Czech, Croatian, and Russian poetry, in the original languages and accompanying English translations
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Some Basic Assumptions About the Baroque Age
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amatory amor Andreas Gryphius Anthology artist baci Barock Baroque age Baroque art Baroque literature Baroque poets beauty burn Burns Singer Carl Hanser Verlag Catholic Church conflict Constantijn Huygens Copyright Counter-Reformation Crashaw Croatian cuenta culture Czech Daniel Naborowski death Donne doth Dutch earth English epic eternal Europe European eyes France Francisco de Quevedo French German Baroque Giambattista Marino Gongora heart heaven Hofmannswaldau hymns Italian Italy Jan Andrzej Morsztyn Jean de Sponde Jesuit kiss late sixteenth Latin light literary Luis Marinist meditative poetry Metaphysical Poets mijn mort mortal mystic N. V. De Spieghel Nacht night poems poetic Poland Polish political Predzej Protestant Protestantism Psalms published pujdeme religious Renaissance Reprinted by permission Richard Crashaw Russian seventeenth century sixteenth and seventeenth sixteenth century Slavic sonnets soul Spain Spanish spiritual style sweet tempo thee things thou Trans translations University Press verse Warnke writers Zbigniew Morsztyn Zeit