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Roswitha was greeted by the world of the Renaissance as the "German Muse."Women of the Teutonic Nations
It was in an atmosphere such as this that Roswitha passed her days.
It is in a spirit far different from that of her panegyric on the emperor Otho that Roswitha writes her dramas.
But what bearing, it may be asked, had Court life on the life of the nun Roswitha in the convent of Gandersheim?
Roswitha, on the other hand, avowedly wrote for the literary world, and with a special end in view as regards that world.