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Ulrich von Hutten and the German Reformation

Hajo Holborn

Ulrich von Hutten and the German Reformation

by Hajo Holborn

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Published by Harper Torchbooks in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hutten, Ulrich von, -- 1488-1523.,
  • Reformation -- Germany

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hajo Holborn ; translated by Roland H. Bainton.
    SeriesThe Academy library -- TB1238, Yale historical publications. Studies -- 11
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA8535 H62 1966
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 214 p., [4] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14263273M

    Learn about this topic in these articles: German literature. In German literature: Reformation. Epistolae obscurorum virorum (–17; The Letters of Obscure Men), a witty satire written in large part by the humanists Crotus Rubeanus (Johannes Jäger) and Ulrich von Hutten against the anti-Semitic and antihumanistic forces at work in the German universities, opened a gap between humanists. Ulrich von Hutten (21 April – 29 August ) was a German scholar, poet and reformer. He was an outspoken critic of the Roman Catholic Church and a bridge between the .

    Strauss, Ulrich von Hutten, 4th ed., pp. sqq.; and Ullmann, Franz von Sickingen (Leipzig, ). Aleander was scarcely safe on the street after his speech of February He reported to his master, that for nine-tenths of the Germans the name of Luther was a war-cry, and that the last tenth screamed "Death to the court of Rome!". Von Hutten, lamented the state of Germany and the first enemy to be repelled was the Church. In a pamphlet called The Roman Trinity, he wrote: “Three things are sold in Rome: Christ, the priesthood, and women. Three things are hateful to Rome: a general council, the reformation of the church, and the opening of German eyes.

    Hutten was driven from the Ebern- burg. He was offered high rank in the \r service of the King of France; but, as a "^ 86 ULRICH VON HUTTEN true German, he refused it, and fled, penniless and sick, to Basle, in Switzer- land. Here the great Humanist, Erasmus, reigned supreme. HUTTEN, Ulrich von — ( ) Ulrich von Hutten gained prominence with his poetical and satirical polemics against the papacy and continued support of German national solidarity. He was considered a humanist and German patriot and associated with such intellectual .


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New York: Harper Torchbooks, [, ©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Ulrich von Hutten; Ulrich von Hutten: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hajo Holborn. Description: This is the first complete English translation of Ulrich von Hutten's Latin dialogue Arminius and Eobanus Hessus's Latin preface to its posthumous publication ().

The translations are enhanced by extensive literary analysis in the context of social and political change in sixteenth-century Germany and German literary history. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Ulrich von Hutten and the German Reformation at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

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Hutten, Ulrich von ( – ). German author, humanist, and militant defender of Martin Luther's Protestant Reformation. Born near Fulda, Hutten was sent as a boy to a Benedictine monastery, where he was prepared to join the order.

Böcking’s edition of Ulrichi Hutteni equitis Germani Opera. Lips, – 5 vols. with three supplements, – Davie, Friedrich Strauss (the author of the Leben Jesu): Gespräche von Ulrich von Hutten, übersetzt und erläutert, Leipz.and his.

Ulrich von Hutten and the German Reformation Views He consequently left the school inembarking on the life of a wandering scholar and devoting himself to humanistic studies, in opposition to the scholasticism of the time. Ulrich von Hutten.

Born: Apr Birthplace: Fulda, Germany Died: Aug Location of death: Zürich, Switzerland Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Religion: Protestant Race or Ethnicity: White Occupation: Poet, Scholar Nationality: Germany Executive summary: Epistolae Obscurorum Virorum Born on the 21st of Aprilat the castle of Steckelberg, near Fulda, in Ulrich von Hutten was a German scholar, poet, and hereditary knight.

As an early humanist and an outspoken critic of the Roman Catholic Church, he was a key figure in the Lutheran Reformation. He was crowned Poet Laureate by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on 15 August in recognition of his peerless mastery of Latin/5.

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in Chief); The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI   “ Ulrich von Hutten (21 April – 29 August ) was a German scholar, poet, satirist and reformer. He was an outspoken critic of the Roman Catholic Church and a bridge between the Renaissance humanists and the Lutheran Reformation.

He was a leader of the Imperial Knights of the Holy Roman Empire.”. Ulrich von Hutten (21 April – 29 August ) was a German scholar, poet, satirist and reformer. He was an outspoken critic of the Roman Catholic Church and a bridge between the Renaissance humanists and the Lutheran Reformation.

Ulrich von Hutten (), Renaissance-Reformation publisher and ardent champion of German nationalism, has previously been characterized as a bitter and vehement political satirist. From this concise, critical survey of his comic writing a more balanced, congenial image of Hutten Rating: % positive.

ULRICH VON HUTTEN (), was born on the 21st of Aprilat the castle of Steckelberg, near Fulda, in Hesse. Like Erasmus or Pirckheimer, he was one of those men who form the bridge between Humanists and Reformers.

He lived with both, sympathized with both, though he died before the Reformation had time fully to develop. The humor 1 of the humanistic knight Ulrich von Hutten (–), who was one of the most satirical members of one of Germany's most satirical generations, has not been given adequate, accurate consideration.

Hutten has had great appeal in the past two-hundred years for students of the German Renaissance and Reformation.

The following year,he published, in two parts, a long article about Ulrich von Hutten in a Chicago literary journal by the name of Current. 8 A lightly edited version, under the new title A Knight of the Order of Poets, appeared inafter Jordan's move to Stanford, in his book The Story of the Innumerable Company and Other Sketches.

Humanist Ulrich Von Hutten: A Reappraisal of His Humor, Paperback by Best, Thomas W., ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Ulrich von Hutten (1), Renaissance-Reformation publisher and ardent champion of German nationalism, has previously been characterized as a bitter and vehement political satirist.

From this concise, critical survey of his Seller Rating: % positive.Hutten, Ulrich von Born Apr. 21,in Steckel-berg; died Aug. 29,on the island of Ufenau, Lake Zürich. German humanist, writer, and political figure. A member of the knightly estate. Hutten was an active participant in the Erfurt circle of humanists and was one of the principal authors of the satire entitled Letters of Obscure Men(–Ulrich von Hutten, (born Apnear Fulda, Abbacy of Fulda--died August 29?,near Zurich), Franconian knight and humanist, famed as a German patriot, satirist, and supporter of Martin Luther's restless, adventurous life, reflecting the turbulent Reformation period, was occupied with public and private quarrels, pursued with both pen and sword.