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Author Damrau, Peter.

Title The reception of English Puritan literature in Germany / by Peter Damrau
Published London : Maney Pub. for the Modern Humanities Research Association and the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, 2006
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Description 1 online resource (214 pages)
Series Bithell series of dissertations ; volume 29
Texts and dissertations ; volume 66
Bithell series of dissertations ; volume 29
Texts and dissertations ; volume 66
Contents Research by theologians and Germanists. Theological research ; German research -- The language of Pietism. August Langen's Der Wortschatz des deutschen Pietismus ; Vavasor Powell in Langen's Wortschatz ; Samuel Clarke in Langen's Wortschatz -- Early Puritan literature in Germany. Lewis Bayly and Emanuel Sonthom ; Recommendation of Puritan books by German Pietists ; British devotional literature becomes popular ; Self-examination -- Puritan meditation. Joseph Hall ; Hall's Arte of divine meditations ; Occasional meditation ; Hall's Characters of vertues and vices ; Richard Baker -- The origins of self-analysis. Daniel Dyke ; 'Pietist language' in the translation of Daniel Dyke's work ; The vocabulary of sentimentalism and Empfindsamkeit ; Secularization in Theodore Haak's translations -- The discovery of self. Richard Baxter ; The reception of Baxter's work in Germany ; New language patterns -- Secularization within Pietism. John Bunyan ; Grace abounding ; The Pilgrim's progress
Notes Slightly rev. version of the author's thesis (PhD)--University of London, 2003
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject English literature -- Puritan authors -- History and criticism.
German literature -- English influences.
Germany -- Civilization -- English influences.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 178188076X (electronic bk.)
9781781880760 (electronic bk.)