German Studies 653 THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY By Anna Carrdus, University of Bristol 1. General J. L. Flood, ‘Poets Laureate of the Holy Roman Empire’, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 3, 1997:5–23, surveys ancient traditions for honouring poets that were revived with the laureation of Petrarch in 1341 and persisted within the Empire until 1806–07. Of the more than 600 laureations performed during this time over half took place in the 17th c., mostly in universities, but also within ‘Sprachgesellschaften’: as heads of such societies, Sigmund von Birken, Johannes Rist, and Philipp von Zesen each crowned a number of poets. F. cites descriptions of speciﬁc ceremonies and their participants. He is preparing a bio-bibliographical handbook on poets laureate. Watanabe, Festivals, is a bibliography of publications related to European court, civic, and religious festivals and ceremon- ies (1500–1800) in the holdings of the British Library (London), the British National Art Library (Victoria and Albert Museum, London), the Herzog August Bibliothek (Wolfenbu ¨ ttel) and the Bibliothe `que de l’Arsenal (Bibliothe `que Nationale, Paris). As such publications fall into numerous categories and are notoriously hard to trace, even in online catalogues, this bibliography is particularly welcome. It is organised by
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