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AbstractWhile the development of German -ung-nominalization (e. g. Landung ›landing‹, Bildung ›education‹, Heizung ›heating installation‹, Bedienung ›service; waiter/waitress‹) from Early New High German to New High German is fairly well-studied, the Middle High German (MHG) period has been...
AbstractThis paper concentrates on Walther’s von der Vogelweide famous song ‘Nement, frowe, disen cranz’ (L 74,20), which is preserved in three medieval manuscripts. Most researchers have still not read the song in the order in which the verses are attested in the manuscripts, and base their...
AbstractJacques Lacan’s psychoanalytic ideas present a fruitful approach to Wolfram’s ›Willehalm‹ and Ulrich’s ›Lanzelet‹. Bypassing conventional applications of theory, this essay foregrounds the textual dynamics of language, showing how they generate against-the-grain readings or surprising...
AbstractThe article provides a critical discussion of Jürgen Wolf's study of the formation and development of German text and book production in the 12th and 13th centuries. The author presents a complementary approach to this broad field of research, based on two case studies of the written...
AbstractIn his poem Nr. 85 Oswald von Wolkenstein describes a raid with the following words: Schalmützen ſchalmeuſſen niemand ſchied. While ſchalmützen can be attached to the loanword Scharmützel ‹skirmish›, ſchalmeuſſen is a hapax legomenon, created by Oswald. We suppose that he related...
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