SIBYLLE APPUHN-RADKE: Das Thesenblatt im Hochbarock. Studien zu einer graphischen Gattung am Beispiel der Werke Bartholomlius Kilians. - WeiBenhorn: Anton H. Konrad 1988. 308 pp. with 144 illus. OM 224.-. In the past two decades literary historians have become increasingly aware of the relevance of prints of all types to literary historical studies and of the need to incorporate these prints into the traditional corpus of literary material. Although the texts on prints often reveal little aesthetic awareness either on the part of the author or publisher they can be invaluable cultural historical documents, for they frequently add depth to our understanding of specific literary texts and to our appreciation of the intellectual, social, religious, economic, or political climate that helped to produce these literary works. As scholars have become acquainted with the importance of prints they sometimes bewail the fact that many early individual prints have not been preserved. Usually, however, the gaps created by such losses can be filled by related prints, so that our knowledge is only limited rather than non-existent. One type of print that has escaped the attention of literary historians altogether is the so-called "theses" or "thesis leaves" (Thesenblatt), which at one
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Published: Mar 30, 1991
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