European Metaphysical Poetry

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Contents
PREFACE ix
INTRODUCTION 1
FRENCH POEMS 87
Maurice Scève 88
Guy Le Fèvre de la Boderie 96
Jean de la Ccppède 98
Agrippa D'Aubigné 106
Jean Bertaut 108
Jean de Sponde 114
Pierre Motin 122
Jean-Baptiste Chassignet 126
Etienne Durand 130
Théophile de Viau 140
Marc-Antoine de Saint-Amant 150
Laurent Drelincourt 156
GERMAN POEMS 161
Friedrich von Spee 162
Martin Opitz 166
Paul Fleming 170
Andreas Gryphius 184
Christian Hofmann von Hofmannswaldau 188
Johann Scheffler ("Angelus Silesius") 190
David Schirmer 194
Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg 204
Quirinus Kuhlmann 208
DUTCH POEMS 211
Jacob Revius 212
Joost van den Vondel 224

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Ffrench Poems 87
  • German Poems 161
  • Dutch Poems 211
  • Spanish Poems 253
  • Italian Poems 277
  • Brief Lives 289
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index to Introduction 311
  • Index of Titles 315
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