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The subject of this article are spatiotemporal manifestations of the future as they are formed in various genres of German-language Baroque literature. Using three examples – pastoral (Martin Opitz), religious poetry and hymns (Anna Ovena Hoyers), as well as Trauerspiel (Andreas Gryphius) – the authors examine how imminent, expected, planned, anticipated, or feared states are explored in 17th-century works, i.e., how they are composed processually and medially, and which spaces and places they occupy in each genre.

In: Daphnis