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Die Welt als Labyrinth (1957, English: The World as a Labyrinth) [1] is a book on Mannerism by Gustav René Hocke.

The book Manierismus in der Literatur. Sprach-Alchemie und esoterische Kombinationskunst (Hamburg 1959) served as its counterpart in Mannerist literature.

The book mentions Federico Zuccari and Gregorio Comanini.

References

  • Die Welt als Labyrinth. Manier und Manie in der europäischen Kunst. Beiträge zur Ikonographie und Formgeschichte der europäischen Kunst von 1520 bis 1650 und der Gegenwart. Rowohlt (rde 50/51), Hamburg 1957
    • erweiterte Neuausgabe als: Die Welt als Labyrinth. Manierismus in der europäischen Kunst und Literatur. Rowohlt, Reinbek 1987
  • Translated in French as Labyrinthe de l'Art fantastique.

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