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Ulrich von Hutten, his life and times

Author: David Friedrich Strauss; G Sturge, Mrs.
Publisher: London : Daldy, Isbister, 1874.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: American Theological Library Association
(OCoLC)54011458
Online version:
Strauss, David Friedrich, 1808-1874.
Ulrich von Hutten, his life and times.
London : Daldy, Isbister, 1874
(OCoLC)556181539
Named Person: Ulrich von Hutten; Ulrich von Hutten
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Friedrich Strauss; G Sturge, Mrs.
OCLC Number: 2013416
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 386 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: Book I: Tilts and tournaments --
Hutten's lineage, and life in a monastery --
University years --
early friends --
Travels and adventures in Germany --
First visit to Italy, and return to Germany --
Murder of Hans Hutten by Duke Ulrich of Wurtemberg, and Ulrich Hutten's agitation against the duke --
Hutten's second journey to Italy --
Reuchlin's contest with the Cologne theologians, and Hutten's share in it --
The "Epistolae Obscurorum Virorum" --
Hutten's coronation as poet, and settlement at Mayence --
opposition to Rome --
Hutten at Augsburg, during the Diet --
A campaign, and project of marriage --
Book II: Hutten in conflict with Rome --
Hutten in learned leisure --
his prospects and plans --
Decisive opposition to Rome --
relations with Luther --
Hutten's journey to the court of Archduke Ferdinand --
disappointment --
papal persecution --
Hutten at Ebernburg with Franz Von Sickingen --
Hutten begins to write German --
Franz Von Sickingen as Hutten's pupil, and the hero of his new dialogues --
The Diet of WOrms --
Hutten's threats --
Petty feuds, and attempts to effect an alliance between the nobles and the cities --
Sickingen's campaign against Treves --
Hutten's departure from Germany --
Hutten's conflict with Erasmus --
Last days of Sickingen and Hutten --
Sentiments evoked by Hutten's death, and the last days of his old friends.
Other Titles: Ulrich von Hutten.
Responsibility: by David Friedrich Strauss ; translated, with the author's permission, from the second German edition, by Mrs. G. Sturge.

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