Gaspar Brusch, Iter Anasianum: Ein Spazierritt durch Oberosterreich 1552 (Wiener Studien Beihefte) (German Edition)
The focus of this volume is the Iter Anasianum of Gaspar Brusch (1518-1557), a hodoeporicon (a poetic relation of a journey) about a short trip to some villages near Linz in May 1552. It is presented here for the first time with a translation and commentary. As there are two different versions of the poem, their relationship has been examined by comparing them to similar poems by the same author, allowing them to be positioned in the poet's biography. The first chapter thus attempts to describe Brusch's turbulent final years, which have not yet been thoroughly researched, as well as his relationship to the so-called "Magdeburger Zenturiatoren" and Albrecht Alcibiades of Brandenburg.
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