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AbstractDer Beitrag untermauert die mehrfach (vor allem von Hagland/Page 1998) geäußerte Vermutung, dass die punktierten Runen zu diakritischen Zwecken auf den Britischen Inseln entstanden sind, und zwar an Orten, wo die englische, skandinavische und keltische Bevölkerung in engem Kontakt...
AbstractFollowing the resurrection of the Arthurian knight Erec at the castle of Limors, this article attempts to review the question of the religious ties of the courtly romance by investigating figurations of re-entering life. These typological ties, when considered in detail, turn out to be...
AbstractIn so far as Arthurian narrative can be considered to be a utopian project, it converges in the festival motif at the Arthurian court. However, the festival ideal in particular is in danger of losing grip on reality as the process of literalizing Arthurian Romances advances. In this...
AbstractDue to highly unstructured, redundant, and ambiguous descriptions of bloody self-flagellations by the writing self, the ›revelations‹ of Elsbeth von Oye present themselves as a challenge for research. Elsbeth’s ›vita‹ however seeks to eliminate those bewildering elements and repositions...
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