Epitaph for Mariana Gryphius, His Brother Paul's Little Daughter/To the Virgin Mary (Poem)

Gryphius, Andreas
December 1995
New Republic;12/18/95, Vol. 213 Issue 25, p44
Presents two poems by Andreas Gryphius and translated from the German by Christopher Benfey. "Epitaph for Mariana Gryphius, His Brother Paul's Little Daughter"; "To the Virgin Mary."


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