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A Visit to Ireland, 1518

„The country of Ireland, otherwise known as Hibernia, is a country across from Cornwall, about 40 leagues from there, and only an arm of the sea stretches between them. My Lord the Archduke arrived at a port of this country called Kinsale; and I having come to this place, made the acquaintance of an honest […]

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View of Kinsale Bay

„Die Abkehr von der Eschatologie der geistlichen Spiele kennzeichnet das neue Drama in ganz Europa; nichtsdestoweniger ist die besinnungslose Flucht in eine unbegnadete Natur spezifisch deutsch. Denn Spaniens Drama — das höchste jenes europäischen Theaters — in welchem die barocken Züge so viel glänzender, so viel markanter, so viel glücklicher sich im katholisch kultivierten Land entfalten, löst die Konflikte eines gnadenlosen Schöpfungsstandes […]

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