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Adam Ollarius Persianischer Rosenthal

Untersuchungen zur Übersetzung von Saadis Golestan im 17. Jahrhundert.

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        StatementVandenhoeck & Ruprecht
        PublishersVandenhoeck & Ruprecht
        LC Classifications1970
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        Paginationxvi, 97 p. :
        Number of Pages49
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Holwein and Nauman, Schleszwig 1654. It is by his admirable narrative of the Russian and the Persian legation Beschreibung der muscowitischen und persischen Reise, Schleswig, 1647, and afterwards in several enlarged editions, 1656, etc. Once back at Gottorp, Olearius became librarian to the duke, who also made him keeper of his cabinet of curiosities, and induced the tsar to excuse his promised return to Moscow.

Reichert, Wiesbaden 2005,p. 5, footnote 8 and p. Andrea Polaschegg 2005 : Adam Ollarius Persianischer Rosenthal forms? With an unbroken publication record since 1905, The Modern Language Review MLR is one of the best known modern-language journals in the world and has a reputation for scholarly distinction and critical excellence. signed by Rothgiesser, that on p.

Globe of Gottorf References Further reading• The work was imitated in German in 1679 by not just in terms of content, but also formally. Orientalizing poetry collections Friedrich Bodenstedt anddepiction on newsprint, 19th century From the middle of the 19th century, German literature borrowed materials and motifs from Arab-Persian poetry for light and meaningless arrangements, wrote in the Reallexikon der Deutschen Literaturgeschichtethe first volume of which appeared in 1958.

From this time onwards, travelers did not regard their experiences as merely threatening counterworlds, but were "overwhelmed and impressed by the wealth and temptations, by the diversity of experiences abroad", says Michael Harbsmeier in 1994.

Olearius' unpublished works include a Lexicon Persicum and several other Persian studies. One began to look at a political dimension and to bring the Western reception of the Orient into connection with colonialism and imperialism - at first hesitantly in German studies. 2013,Chapter 4, pp. The German literary and cultural studies show strong continuities and Adam Ollarius Persianischer Rosenthal in dealing with Orientalism, which Polaschegg attributes to the fact that in many cases Anglo-American criticism of 1978 was just as little received as the corresponding debates in the German one Islamic Studies.

David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye 2008 : Mirza Kazem-Bek and the Kazan School of Russian Orientologyin: Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle EastVolume 28, Number 3, 2008, pp. Further, in Sa'di's case, to this "Machiavellian" preoccupation with survival must be added a strong sympathy for the vulnerable and weak.

Reception of Persian literature in German

He died at Gottorp on 22 February 1671. Luxembourg in the field of tension between integration and diversificationFrankfurt a. From the Persian language and writing and the 25th chapter. One takes pleasure in the ambiguous use of Adam Ollarius Persianischer Rosenthal. He became secretary to the ambassador sent by Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, to the Shah of Safavid Persia Iranand published two books about the events and observations during his travels.

Olearius, Adam, 1603-1671:also by Thomas Dring, Johann Albrecht von Mandelslo, and John Davies page images at HathiTrust• Among his many translations of Persian literature into German are Saadi's Golistan: Persianischer Rosenthal.