Conrad of Hirsau

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Conrad of Hirsau (Hirschau) or Latin Conradus Hirsaugiensis (c. 1070 – c. 1150) was a German Benedictine monk and writer. He is known for his literary work Dialogus super auctores, of about 1130.


  • A. Stuber, Conradi Hirsaugiensis Dialogus super Auctores sive Didascalon (Wurzburg, 1889)
  • Dialogus super auctores, Collection Latomus, XVII (Brussels, 1955) editor R. B. C. Huygens
  • The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism Volume 2, The Middle Ages edited by Alastair Minnis and Ian Johnson
  • Leslie G. Whitbread, Conrad of Hirsau as Literary Critic, Speculum, Vol. 47, No. 2 (Apr., 1972), pp. 234–245

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