Christian Friedrich Hunold  

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Christian Friedrich Hunold (born 1680 in Wandersleben near Gotha; died August 16 1721 in Halle) was a German author who wrote under the pseudonym Menantes. He was the best known German language "galant" author of the early 18th century.

Werke (Auswahl)

  • Die verliebte und galante Welt, Hamburg: Liebernickel, 1700 (Nachdruck der Ausgabe 1707, hrsg. Hans Wagener: Bern 1988)
  • Der Europäischen Höfe Liebes- und Helden-Geschichte, Hamburg: Gottfried Liebernickel, 1705 (Nachdruck hrsg. Hans Wagener und Eli Sobel: Bern 1978)
  • Satyrischer Roman der galanten Welt zur vergnügten Curiosite, ans Licht gestellt von Menantes, Hamburg: B. Wedel, 1706 (Nachdruck hrsg. von Hans Wagener: Frankfurt am Main 2005, ISBN 3-86598-219-0; Internetausgabe: Editions Marteau)

Übersetzungen:

  • Antoine de Courtin: La Civilité Moderne, Oder die Höflichkeit Der Heutigen Welt, Hamburg 1708




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