Heldensage Und Heldendichtung Im Germanischen

Author: Heinrich Beck
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110111750
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The Nibelungen Tradition

Author: Francis G. Gentry
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0815317859
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Within the English-speaking world, no work of the German High Middle Ages is better known than the Nibelungenlied, which has stirred the imagination of artists and readers far beyond its land of origin. Its international influence extends from literature to music, art, film, politics and propaganda, psychology, archeology, and military history. Now for the first time all references to the vast Nibelungen tradition have been catalogued in this comprehensive encyclopedia containing nearly 1000 entries by several dozen international contributors, including the most distinguished scholars in the field. Readers will find illuminating passages on a variety of topics, including literary and extra-literary references, characters and place names, significant motifs and concepts, historical background, and cultural reception through the centuries. This monumental work is an invaluable guide to a fascinating, age-old tradition.

The Presentation Of Authorship In Medieval German Narrative Literature 1220 1290

Author: Sebastian Coxon
Editor: Clarendon Press
ISBN: 9780198160175
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This book sheds light on the complexity of medieval German literary culture as it evolved in the course of the thirteenth century (c. 1220-1290) by analysing the attitudes of narrative poets towards the issue of authorship. It describes the various ways in which vernacular writers couldaddress the theme of their own authorship within their literary works, and explores the tensions that arose between such authorial strategies on the one hand and their subsequent manuscript transmission on the other. The first part of the book deals with the presentation of authorship in the works of two poets who stand at the heart of literary tradition (Rudolf von Ems; Konrad von Wurzburg), and involves discussion of such topics as authorial signature, acrostics, author portraits, and patronage; the secondpart deals with two genres (heroic epic; short story) that evince a rather more problematic relationship with the figure of the author.

Arch Ologie Fr Her Klangerzeugung Und Tonordnung

Author: Ellen Hickmann
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ISBN: 9783896466402
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Old English Newsletter

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Literature Music Fine Arts

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Reallexikon Der Germanischen Altertumskunde

Author: Johannes Hoops
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110166491
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Das Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde trägt den Namen seines Begründers, des Anglisten und Naturwissenschaftlers Johannes Hoops. Zwischen 1972 und 2008 erschienen in zweiter, vollkommen veränderter Auflage 35 Bände sowie zwei Registerbände. Konzipiert als Handbuch, steht der Hoops in der Tradition umfangreicher Enzyklopädien: Ziel ist es, den gesamten Kenntnisstand zur Germanischen Altertumskunde umfassend und kritisch zu präsentieren. Sein interdisziplinärer Ansatz schließt Ergebnisse aus den Bereichen Kunstgeschichte, Rechtsgeschichte, Volkskunde und Religionswissenschaft mit ein.