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Although I have taken it upon myself, at the request of other noble-minded people, to say something about German poetics and through that to better propagate our language, yet I in no way agree with that opinion that says somebody may be turned into a poet through [the application of] certain rules and regulations.

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Opitz is sometimes poeterwy for being overly prescriptive, but his opening words in Buch von der Deutschen Poeterey show that he was aware of the limits of rules and regulations in the composition of good poetry:. Home All editions This editionGerman, Book edition: In he entered the University of Frankfurt-on-Oder as a student of literae humanioresand in the same year published his first essay, Aristarchussive De contemptu linguae Teutonicaewhich presented the German language as suitable for poetry.

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Through his studies in the Netherlands, Opitz had come into contact with the potential that vernacular language had for conveying the artistic, scientific and philosophical ideas which had previously only been expressed in Latin, the language of the privileged highly educated elites.

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Das Buch von der deutschen Poeterey

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Author Opitz, Martin, After this he led a wandering life in the service of various territorial nobles. Def numerous translations, Opitz edited Das Annolieda Middle High German poem of the end of the 11th century, and thus preserved it from oblivion since the original manuscript is now lost.

Series Neudrucke deutscher Literaturwerke ; 8 Subjects German poetry — 17th century. Lists What are lists? Visiting Leiden in the following year he sat at the feet of the famous Dutch lyric poet Daniel Heinsius —whose Lobgesang Jesu Christi and Lobgesang Bacchi he had already translated into alexandrines.


Opitz was the head of the so-called First Silesian School of poets, and was during his life regarded as the greatest German poet. We were bon to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search.

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In Opitz was appointed councilor to Duke George Rudolf of Liegnitz Legnica and Brieg Brzeg in Silesiaand inas reward for a requiem poem composed on the death of Archduke Charles of Austria, was crowned poet laureate by Emperor Ferdinand IIwho a few years later ennobled him under the title “von Boberfeld.