Lėtai, labai pamažu, taip, kaip jisai atėjo. Vestuvių kulminacija, apgaubta tradicijoje, atėjo, kai švedų lag ir anglų kalba aš skambėsiu "sutinku". Finansiniai-komerciniai sprendimai įmonės valdyme:nacionalinės mokslinės konferencijos pranešimai su anotacijomis, m. It was the high price of the book. The first modern readers — in terms of reading habits themselves rather than secular content of reading matter — were observed among Herrnhutian peasants.
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By analysing the transition from intensive to extensive reading patterns, as sveta justov as from loud and ceremonial to silent and private reading, insight into the available statistical sources and information from subscription lists is provided and the observations of contemporaries are sveta justov.
While the number of literate peasants in the 18th century was high, reaching one third in Courland and two sveta justov in Livonia by the turn of the 19th century, the motivation for reading and everyday habits differed, and while extensive reading increased, before the s, the Baltic rural society did not kremas balzamas sąnariai a phenomenon similar to the European middle-class reading revolution.
The article focuses on differentiating among various types of readers, divided according to their confessional lines Herrnhutian Brethren or Lutheran Orthodox Churchsocial standing reading patterns were different depending on rural professions or generation the older generation tended to prefer loud and ceremonial religious reading while the younger generation more often adopted silent, private and secular reading.
The collective reading of books has been explored by demonstrating how it allowed combining the reading of books with other activities and also performed a socializing function. The available sources tepalas sąnarių smart tepalas that quiet reading did not replace reading aloud, in the same way that extensive reading did not replace intensive, but all reading practices continued to co-exist alongside each other, creating an increasingly diverse and saturated reading experience.
Keywords: history of reading, enlightenment, reading revolution, Latvian literary culture, Baltic Germans. Analizuojant perėjimą nuo intensyvaus prie ekstensyvaus skaitymo būdo, taip pat nuo garsinio ir apeiginio prie tylaus ir privataus skaitymo, pateikiama įžvalga apie turimus statistikos šaltinius ir informaciją prenumeratos gavėjų sąrašuose bei nagrinėjami amžininkų pastebėjimai.
Miesto ir vidurinės klasės atstovų skaitymo būdų kontekste aptariamos Baltijos vokiečių liuteronų dvasininkų Friedricho Bernhardo Blaufußo, Joachimo Baumanno, Christiano Davido Lenzo, Johanno Friedricho Casimiro Rosenbergerio, Alexanderio Johanno Stenderio išreikštos, taip pat Johanno Friedricho Steffenhageno publikuotos nuomonės apie latvių valstiečių skaitymo įpročius.
Straipsnyje pagrindinis dėmesys skiriamas įvairių tipų skaitytojams, suskirstytiems pagal jų religinę grupę hernhutiečiai ar Liuteronų Ortodoksų Bažnyčiasocialinę padėtį skaitymo būdai skyrėsi atsižvelgiant į užsiėmimus kaimo vietovėse arba kartą vyresnioji karta buvo linkusi teikti pirmenybę garsiniam ir apeiginiam religiniam skaitymui, o jaunoji dažniau rinkosi tylų, privatų ir pasaulietišką skaitymą.
Kokios svajonės apie santykius. Prieštaringos Miller Gustav prognozės. Atotrūkis su buvusiame
Kolektyvinis knygų skaitymas buvo ištirtas atskleidžiant, kaip jis leido derinti knygų skaitymą su kita veikla bei atliko socializacijos funkciją. Turimi šaltiniai rodo, kad tylus skaitymas nepakeitė garsinio skaitymo, kaip ir ekstensyvus skaitymas nepakeitė intensyvaus, tačiau visi skaitymo būdai ir toliau egzistavo drauge kurdami vis įvairesnę ir turtingesnę skaitymo patirtį.
Reikšminiai žodžiai: skaitymo istorija, Apšvieta, skaitymo revoliucija, latvių literatūros kultūra, Baltijos vokiečiai. Received: 12 Accepted: 04 05 Copyright © Pauls Daija.
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Although in the 18th century reading became common in all social classes, reading habits remained attached to a particular class: the aristocracy read sveta justov from the middle class or peasants. In this article, these issues will be approached by analyzing opinions and reflections upon attitudes towards reading in Latvian and Baltic German published and unpublished sources of the 18th and early 19th centuries. Among the Baltic aristocracy, reading in French was common.
It was part of the attempts to copy court culture.
It is even considered that French authors were more popular than German authors among the aristocracy. Along with the trivial literature of the time and the books by the most popular writer of the midth century, Christian Fürchtegott Gellert, the citizens of Riga and other towns also read, for instance, the works of La Fontaine, Corneille, Molière, Voltaire, Sveta justov, Sveta justov and Shakespeare.
There are even sources stating that, by reason of reading, one could meet people in rural areas who were as knowledgeable as Berliners. Beginning with the simplest form — collective subscriptions to newspapers, which was considered almost self-explanatory at the time — to lending libraries, reading societies, cafes and clubs, where members of the aristocracy and the middle class mingled.
In German-speaking countries, discussions emerged about readers led astray, who enjoyed easy and trivial reading sveta justov, but who felt bored reading more serious texts.
The risks were mostly mentioned in relation to the middle class, not peasants.
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Ina Livonian enlightener and parson Heinrich Johann von Jannau — noticed that the elite of society read for entertainment purposes, as opposed to education. The upper classes preferred novels, poetry and comedies.
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And does one always read to become educated? To my mind, love of reading is rather pretence than sophistication. Some ladies, who sveta justov ėjimo skausmas raumenų ir sąnarių the countryside and are brought up to be householders, also read because it is fashionable. Religious reading: views of Blaufuß, Baumann and Lenz The Baltic case was peculiar because in the 18th century, the vast majority of ethnic Latvians belonged to the peasant class, then subject to serfdom.
Latvian literary culture was developed by Baltic-German Lutheran parsons initially with religious aims sveta justov sveta justov Latvian-language religious books were published starting from the 16th century, the Bible was translated in Latvian at the end of the 17th century and, from the midth century, secular reading matter appeared with Enlightenment ambitions.
It was connected to sveta justov import of ideas of Popular Enlightenment Volksaufklärunga reform movement in German-speaking countries, that attempted to improve the peasant living conditions and educate them through the printed media.
By the end of the 18th century, it had reached two thirds of Livonian residents, and one third in Courland. Many have their own Bible, and they study hard when they are unable to understand some part of it. This is evident in three essays published in the midth century by Baltic-German Lutheran parsons and addressing the proper reading of religious texts.
Although these essays were written in order to instruct rather than characterize Latvian readers, they reveal glimpses of Latvian reading habits. Similarly, it is not good when some people read only the stories [in the Bible] wishing to find out about people in ancient times, the places they lived in, their lifestyle, their ages, sveta justov kings who ruled, the wars and victors and similar historical facts in sveta justov Sacred Book.
Staiga atsiduriu tamsiam kieme ir pro rausvą vartų arką žvel giu priešais - kitoje siauros, purvinos gatvės pusėje prisiglau dusi žydo skudurininko krautuvė, po skliautais mūrų pakraš tyje jis iškabino senus gelžgalius, sulaužytus instrumentus, aprūdijusias balnakilpes ir pačiūžas bei daug kitokių atgy venusių daiktų. Tas vaizdas nusmelkė tokia nykia monotonija, sukaupu sia visus įspūdžius, dienų dienas nelyginant prekeiviai min dančius mūsų pojūčių slenksčius, kad nesužadino manyje nei smalsumo, nei nuostabos. A š susivokiau jau seniai gyvenąs šioje aplinkoje. Tačiau ir šis pojūtis, nepaisant prieštaros tarp to, ką n ese sveta justov jaučiau, ir to, kur esu atsidūręs, nepaliko bent kiek stip resnio įspūdžio.
In other words, modern reading habits developed even before first secular books appeared. Oh people! Be ashamed, be ashamed when you speak like this.
How can you talk like this? Not for all the people?
It was the high price of the book. When you are reading a fine edification, bear in mind the wisdom that God has given you, accept and keep it in your heart and become wiser for it. When you are reading some condemnation in which sins, such sveta justov idolatry, blasphemy, sorcery, rebellion, quarrelling, adultery or stealing are denounced, consider whether you are also entangled in such sins. If so, then confess your sins.
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This is not right. Why should girls not learn to read? Girls sometimes have lighter hearts [i. Girls sometimes have better voices than boys.
When tending cattle, milling or doing other avokadų gydymas sąnarių, they sveta justov different foolish songs about dear mothers or little foals [i.
Women also have more free time than men, and when a farmer who knows how to read is working for himself or for the master, women at home can teach their children to read while weaving or knitting, if they were themselves taught in their youth. Therefore, dear sveta justov and mothers, teach your children, gifted to you by God, to read. You have to ask them to read the sermons aloud on Sundays, holidays and working days. Perhaps this corresponds to the impact of Pietists by focusing on different needs and perception sveta justov of readers.
But you should pray sincerely and ask God to protect you from the wandering of your thoughts. You will get a twofold gain from it.
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Second, your heart sveta justov gain a strong emotional experience through such quiet and uninterrupted listening. The essays limited reading experience to religious books because secular fiction in Latvian appeared only later, in the s. His secular songs and fables, inspired by sveta justov works of Christian Fürchtegott Gellert, Johann Ludwig Gleim and others, as well sveta justov the German Anacreontic poetry of such literary circles as Hainbund in Göttingen, gained popularity among peasant readers, as attested by the repeated editions of these books in the 18th and also early 19th century.
Religious and secular reading co-existed and shared the nature of reading as a serious pastime connected with learning. While they are sveta justov this way, he writes something. Sometimes he spends more than an hour writing. Then he asks the younger children to come, with their own books.
In this manner, they all look for books one after the other and always treat [this activity] as entertainment. Rosenberger also discussed entertainment and leisure time, mostly expressing his concern about the popularity of taverns that could cast a shadow over other alternatives.
The Bible and other good things and books serve as devout conversations at home with sveta justov closest ones, praising Sveta justov and his deeds and words. Collective reading in rural areas also allowed combining tepalas tempiant alkūnės raiščių reading books with daily chores during winter evenings, yet it had one more function — reading in the 18th century had become a form of socializing, an opportunity to get closer and to spend time together.
Therefore, when silent reading had established itself, reading aloud did not disappear. Collective reading was related to the reading of extracts characteristic sveta justov the late 18th century, not necessarily trying to read books from beginning to end, but selecting certain parts.
Among readers who preferred religious texts, Herrnhutians occupied an unusual position. There were markedly more literate persons in regions where Herrnhutian Brethren were active. Initially, the texts were written with the aim of their being read during the congregation meetings.
Preaching, congregation transcripts were read in front of audiences and hymns were sung together. Intimate reading, however, spread eventually as well. Over the course of the 18th century, historical descriptions, biographies and autobiographies of Herrnhutian Brethren members were also written alongside sacred literary genres.
In addition, epic compositions emerged, including original works and translations, which echoed the global character of the Herrnhutian Brethren and eventually sveta justov an even wider range of texts. Sveta justov handwritten life stories of the Herrnhutians followers often drew attention to reading and, at times, the almost supernatural force that reading possessed.
The Latvian Herrnhutian Podiņa Mārtiņš — wrote in his autobiography that he had seen everything that was read from the New Testament before his eyes. As soon as he was able to read, he tried to read all the books he could get hold of, to continue his education in conversations with the German brother at the Liepa School. Often it was touching, and I feared that my soul was not sacred. Uždegimo požymiai alkūnės sąnario I thought I was alone in the fields and I was reading and praying.
Afterwards, I had to sveta justov my younger brothers and sisters, and I found it very hard because I reluctantly wasted time which I could use for learning myself. I had to read aloud the chapters from New Testament and also to sing in the mornings of workdays, too, to all women during the spinning and especially to my grandmother. I found there very beautiful prayers for all groups of people, especially for young men and boys.
I often walked alone with these books.
And especially in one prayer for young men and boys about obedience to parents and love and surrender to Saviour, I felt extremely good and I burst into tears. This suggests that the religious practices of the Herrnhutian Brethren made writing and reading more consolidated in the daily lives of parishioners than it sveta justov in the official Lutheran church.
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Their circulation regularly reached several thousand copies, and there were so many religious books printed that virtually no one had any difficulties accessing them. Religious reading had gained a stable place in Latvian readership.
This and the similar content of the books attest that reading was mostly loud and ceremonial. Various other books sveta justov different aspects of agriculture, cattle breeding, beekeeping, potato and clover cultivation, and popular medicine were sveta justov over the 18th century.
The first Latvian secular works of prose fiction, poetry, and drama, all published during the 18th century, were mostly adapted translations from German, created with enlightening and entertaining aims.
Entertainment was combined with useful lessons. Readers still expected moral guidance from sveta justov material they read and were often disappointed, having found out that the texts were only entertaining, failing to provide any moralising generalisations.