THE WORDS OF THE LETTER, THE LETTER OF THE WORD Monological and Dialogical Discourse in Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde

THE WORDS OF THE LETTER, THE LETTER OF THE WORD Monological and Dialogical Discourse in Gryphius'... Jonathan P. Clark THE WORDS OF THE LETTER, THE LETTER OFTHEWORD Monological and Dialogical Discourse in Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde Die Red' ist vns gegeben Damit wir nicht allein Vor vns nur sollen leben Vnd fern von Leuten seyn; Mit diesem Bunds-Gesellen Verlach' ich Pein vnd Noht / Geh' auff dem Grund der Hellen Vnd breche durch den Tod. Simon Dach Perstet amicitiae semper venerabile Faedus! Cardenio und Celinde remains one of Gryphius' most problematic works in terms of both its own historical reception and modern critical evaluation. Although conceived just after the Thirty Years War,! the drama was first published in 1657 and played a very 1. Just when Cardenio und Celinde was written remains a mystery. Rolf Tarot reasons that the play must have been drafted about 1647 because Gryphius placed it after Catharina von Georgien in the 1663 edition ofhis collected works (Andreas Gryphius: Cardenio und Celinde Oder Unglückliche Verliebete. Ed. Rolf Tarot. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam jun. 1974, p. 96). This opinion is shared by Karl Neubauer (Zur Quellenfrage von Andreas Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde. In: Studien für vergleichende Literaturgeschichte 2 [1902], pp.433-451, here p.434), Gerd Hillen (Andreas Gryphius' "Cardenio und Celinde". Zur Erscheinungsform und http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Daphnis Brill

THE WORDS OF THE LETTER, THE LETTER OF THE WORD Monological and Dialogical Discourse in Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde

Daphnis, Volume 17 (2): 223 – Mar 30, 1988

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© Copyright 1988 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0300-693X
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Jonathan P. Clark THE WORDS OF THE LETTER, THE LETTER OFTHEWORD Monological and Dialogical Discourse in Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde Die Red' ist vns gegeben Damit wir nicht allein Vor vns nur sollen leben Vnd fern von Leuten seyn; Mit diesem Bunds-Gesellen Verlach' ich Pein vnd Noht / Geh' auff dem Grund der Hellen Vnd breche durch den Tod. Simon Dach Perstet amicitiae semper venerabile Faedus! Cardenio und Celinde remains one of Gryphius' most problematic works in terms of both its own historical reception and modern critical evaluation. Although conceived just after the Thirty Years War,! the drama was first published in 1657 and played a very 1. Just when Cardenio und Celinde was written remains a mystery. Rolf Tarot reasons that the play must have been drafted about 1647 because Gryphius placed it after Catharina von Georgien in the 1663 edition ofhis collected works (Andreas Gryphius: Cardenio und Celinde Oder Unglückliche Verliebete. Ed. Rolf Tarot. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam jun. 1974, p. 96). This opinion is shared by Karl Neubauer (Zur Quellenfrage von Andreas Gryphius' Cardenio und Celinde. In: Studien für vergleichende Literaturgeschichte 2 [1902], pp.433-451, here p.434), Gerd Hillen (Andreas Gryphius' "Cardenio und Celinde". Zur Erscheinungsform und

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