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By Va Knapp, G. Bor T. Sk S., Eva Knapp

ISBN-10: 3110950820

ISBN-13: 9783110950823

ISBN-10: 3484365862

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This monograph makes an attempt to provide a accomplished photo of 1 of the most well-liked didactic and symbolic varieties of literary expression within the Renaissance and Baroque Hungary. It appears on the impact of emblematics upon literary thought, upon assorted genres reminiscent of epigrams, dramas, sermons, biographies of saints, and upon the positive arts. The authors difficult a typology of brand books and emblematic prints, research the position of schooling within the transmission of the shape, and examine the English reception of a overdue humanist logo e-book by way of an Hungarian writer. they give thought to either the content material and visual appeal of that fabric in addition to the altering buildings and capabilities, and old and overseas affects.

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Jenei (Pest 1772). Jeremias Drexel, Nap után forgó virág, transi. András Dévay (Nagyszombat 1764). Compare Tamás Esze, >A magyar napraforgóvirág<, Egyháztorténet 1943, 330-45; John Barclay, Argenisse, tr. , Argénisse, tr. Sándor K. Boér (Kolozsvár & Szeben 1792). 1 The first emblem books associated with Hungary to come complete with theoretical glosses appeared in the second half of the sixteenth century and the first half of the seventeenth. Their impact upon both theory and practice was nugatory.

Secunda ... tertia (Buda 1761). Kelemen Mikes, Mulatságos napok és más fordítások, ed. Lajos Hopp, in Mikes Kelemen összes müvei, III (Budapest 1970), 948; Benedictus Haeften, A keresztnek kôzônséges uta, tr. Márton P. Jenei (Pest 1772). Jeremias Drexel, Nap után forgó virág, transi. András Dévay (Nagyszombat 1764). Compare Tamás Esze, >A magyar napraforgóvirág<, Egyháztorténet 1943, 330-45; John Barclay, Argenisse, tr. , Argénisse, tr. Sándor K. Boér (Kolozsvár & Szeben 1792). 1 The first emblem books associated with Hungary to come complete with theoretical glosses appeared in the second half of the sixteenth century and the first half of the seventeenth.

Compare Andor Tarnai, >A váradi Orator extemporaneus<, in Klaniczay-emlékkönyv, ed. József Jankovics (Budapest 1994), 365-78. See, for example, Beckher, Orator (see note 5), 322. >Pelicanus ... cum Elogio: Pro lege et grege< with the motto >Pro lege et pro grege<, in Gabriel Rollenhagen, Nucleus emblematum, I—II (Arnheim 1611-13), II. no. 20; Joachim Camerarius, Symbolorum et emblematum , Centuria I - I V (Nuremberg 1590-1604), Centuria III. Nr. ; Beckher, Orator (see note 5), 322. >Aquila ... cum Epigraphe: Sub umbra alarum mearum< with the motto >Sub umbra alarum tuarum< in Jacob von Bruck-Angermundt, Emblemata moralia et bellica (Strassburg 1615), no.

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