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Erec

Author : Hartmann (von Aue)
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A Companion to the Works of Hartmann Von Aue

Author : Francis G. Gentry
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New essays on major aspects of the work of the great medieval German poet.

Chivalry in Twelfth century Germany

Author : W. H. Jackson
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The first book in English to cover the whole production of Hartmann von Aue (fl.1180-1203), a figure of paramount importance in the history of medieval German literature... His book is refreshing...and full of stimulating ideas. MEDIUM AEVUMFirst full-scale exploration of knighthood and chivalric values in poems of key figure in 12c German literatu

Hartmann Von Aue

Author : Susan L. Clark
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Mittelhochdeutsch

Author : Ralf Plate
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One notable feature of the epoch of Middle High German is that, in the research and teaching in this field, the transmission history, textual philology, historical linguistics and literary history are intrinsically linked. In over 30 essays dedicated to Kurt Gartner on his 75th birthday, older and younger colleagues in the field as a whole examine his many years of work in this area. The spectrum of themes of the contributions reflects the jubiliarian s diversity of interests and also provides a comprehensive insight into current research activities."

Arthurian Romances Tales and Lyric Poetry

Author : Kim Vivian
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Hartmann von Aue (c. 1170&–1215) is universally recognized as the first medieval German poet to create world-class literature. He crafted German into a language of refined literary expression that paved the way for writers such as Gottfried von Strassburg, Walther von der Vogelweide, and Wolfram von Eschenbach. This volume presents the English reader for the first time with the complete works of Hartmann in readable, idiomatic English. Hartmann's literary efforts cover all the major genres and themes of medieval courtly literature. His Arthurian romances, Erec and Iwein, which he modeled after Chr&étien de Troyes, introduced the Arthurian world to German audiences and set the standard for later German writers. His lyric poetry treats many aspects of courtly love, including fine examples of the crusading song. His dialogue on love delineates the theory of courtly relationships between the sexes and the quandary the lover experiences. His verse novellas Gregorius and Poor Heinrich transcend the world of mere human dimensions and examine the place and duties of the human in the divine scheme of things. Longfellow would later use Poor Heinrich in his Golden Legend. Arthurian Romances, Tales, and Lyric Poetry is a major work destined to place Hartmann at the center of medieval courtly literature for English readers.

Bodies of Pain

Author : Scott E. Pincikowski
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First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Composition of the Epics of Hartmann Von Aue

Author : Amelia Ynez Coeke
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Hartmann Von Aue Changing Perspectives

Author : Timothy McFarland
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The Narrative Works of Hartmann Von Aue

Author : Hartmann (von Aue)
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Topographies of Gender in Middle High German Arthurian Romance

Author : Alexandra Sterling-Hellenbrand
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This book explores the metaphor of topography as a mechanism for the inscription of gender roles in Arthurian romance.

King Arthur

Author : Edward Donald Kennedy
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A bibliography lists selected major secondary studies of King Arthur as well as major reference works.

Amsterdamer Beitr ge Zur lteren Germanistik

Author : Erika Langbroek
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InhaltFrederik KORTLANDT: The Origin of the Franconian Tone AccentsFrederik KORTLANDT: English bottom, German Boden, and the Chronology of Sound ShiftsDiether SCHURR: Wodan oder Warg: zum Brakteaten Nebenstedt IElena AFROS: Is cyssaeth in Exeter Book Riddle 30a: 6b an Instance of Morphological Levelling unk]Ellen BAsLER und Ernst HELLGARDT.

Chr tien de Troyes and the German Middle Ages

Author : Martin H. Jones
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Studies showing the influence of the French Arthurian romances of Chrétien de Troyes on German medieval literature.

The Oxford Guide to Middle High German

Author : Howard Jones
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The Oxford Guide to Middle High German is the most comprehensive self-contained treatment of Middle High German available in English. It covers the language, literature, history, and culture of German in the period from 1050 to 1350 and is designed for entry-level readers, advanced study, teaching, and reference. The book includes a large sample of texts, not only from Classical works such as Erec, the Nibelungenlied, Parzival, and Tristan, but also from mystical writing, chronicles, and legal documents; the selection represents all major dialects and the full time span of the period. The volume begins with an introduction that defines Middle High German linguistically, geographically, and chronologically. Chapter 2 then provides a detailed exploration of the grammar, covering sounds and spelling, inflectional morphology, syntax, and lexis. Each section in this chapter begins with a summary of the main points, followed by detailed paragraphs for in-depth study and reference. Chapter 3 deals with versification, discussing metre, rhyme, lines of verse in context, and verse forms, and includes practical tips for scansion. Chapter 4 offers an account of the political and social structures of Medieval Germany and a survey of the principal types of texts that originated in the period. The final chapter of the book comprises over forty texts, each placed in context and provided with explanatory footnotes; the first two texts, to be taken together with the introductory grammar sections, are aimed at newcomers. A glossary provides full coverage of the vocabulary appearing in the texts and throughout the book.

The Dwarfs of Arthurian Romance and Celtic Tradition

Author : Vernon J. Harward
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Sexual Violence and Rape in the Middle Ages

Author : Albrecht Classen
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Contrary to modern assumptions, sexual violence and rape were treated as severe crimes in the Middle Ages. This book examines the testimony in medieval and early modern German literature and traces the discourse on both aspects from the twelfth through the sixteenth centuries. Most comments about rape come from male writers, and medieval literature contains numerous examples of rape sceneswhich are mostly viewed highly critically. Previous studies on this topic have focused on English, French, and Italian literature, whereas here the emphasis rests on German examples."

Eric Und Iwein

Author : Hartmann (von Aue)
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A Companion to Arthurian Literature

Author : Helen Fulton
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This Companion offers a chronological sweep of the canon ofArthurian literature - from its earliest beginnings to thecontemporary manifestations of Arthur found in film and electronicmedia. Part of the popular series, Blackwell Companions toLiterature and Culture, this expansive volume enables a fundamentalunderstanding of Arthurian literature and explores why it is stillintegral to contemporary culture. Offers a comprehensive survey from the earliest to the mostrecent works Features an impressive range of well-known internationalcontributors Examines contemporary additions to the Arthurian canon,including film and computer games Underscores an understanding of Arthurian literature asfundamental to western literary tradition

Iwein

Author : Hartmann Von Aue
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Few stories were as widely known during the Middle Ages as the account of Iwein and Laudine, which appeared in French, Welsh, English, Norse, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic, and two German variants. The older German version, that by the Swabian nobleman Hartmann von Aue, won instant popularity and became a model of form, style, and language for the many courtly epics which his countrymen composed up to the beginning of the modern period. In recent years, his Iwein has enjoyed a remarkable revival among medieval scholars as traditional interpretations have been challenged by new ones.