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AbstractUlrich’s von Zatzikhoven ›Lanzelet‹ seems to be the only medieval version of the Lancelot myth without the adulterous love between the hero and the king’s wife or any other rivalry between King Arthur and the best knight of the Round Table. There are two possible explanations for that...
AbstractThis paper reexamines the textual structure and the principles behind the illustrations of Thomasin’s von Zerklaere ›Der Welsche Gast‹. It argues that the book’s discontinuous, digressive, and seemingly unstructured mode of presentation results from an effort to reconfigure and recombine...
AbstractAfter a few grammatical remarks, the essay comments on several dark passages of Sachsenheim’s ›Mörin‹.
AbstractIn this study, the strong connection existing between the High German and the Low German transmission of Heinrich Seuse’s ›Büchlein der ewigen Weisheit‹ is shown on the basis of the codices 235 and 1389 of the Stiftsbibliothek Melk, which have been written by Lienhart Peuger, as well as...
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