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Chrétien de Troyes and the German Middle Ages : papers from an international symposium /
edited with an introduction by Martin H. Jones and Roy Wisbey.
imprint
Suffolk : D.S. Brewer, 1993.
description
xxiv, 341 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0859913562 (alk. paper) : 0854571604 (Institute of Germanic Studies)
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imprint
Suffolk : D.S. Brewer, 1993.
isbn
0859913562 (alk. paper) : 0854571604 (Institute of Germanic Studies)
catalogue key
3056479
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
Studies showing the influence of the French Arthurian romances of Chretien de Troyes on German medieval literature.
Main Description
The pre-eminent role of Chretien de Troyes in the formation of Arthurian romance is reflected in the swift and brilliant response of German courtly poets to his works. Within a few years of their composition, Erec et Enide and Yvain were adapted for German audiences by Hartmann von Aue, while Chretien's unfinished Grail-story was taken up by Wolfram von Eschenbach and brought to a triumphant conclusion in Parzival. In this volume a distinguished international team of scholars contrast the treatment and reception of the stories in Germany with their French originals.BR>Contributors: E.M.MELETINSKY, MICHAEL BATTS, SILVIA RANAWAKE, W.H.JACKSON, H.B.WILSON, KAREN PRATT, MARTIN H. JONES, DANIEL ROCHER, WALTER BLANK, KLAUS GRUBMULLER, TONY HUNT, WIEBKE FREYTAG, MICHAEL CURSCHMANN, RENE PERENNEC, ADRIAN STEVENS, ARTHUR GROOS, TIMOTHY McFARLAND, J.-M. PASTRE and VOLKER HONEMAN.
Unpaid Annotation
Studies showing the influence of the French Arthurian romances of Chr tien de Troyes on German medieval literature.
Unpaid Annotation
Studies showing the influence of the French Arthurian romances of Chr_tien de Troyes on German medieval literature.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Editorial Note and Acknowledgements
List of Contributors
Abbreviations
L'oeuvre de Chretien de Troyes dans une perspective comparatistep. 1
National Perspectives on Originality and Translation: Chretien de Troyes and Hartmann von Auep. 9
verligen und versitzen: Das Versaumnis des Helden und die Sunde der Tragheit in den Artusromanen Hartmanns von Auep. 19
Aspects of Knighthood in Hartmann's Adaptations of Chretien's Romances and in the Social Contextp. 37
The Heroine's Loyalty in Hartmann's and Chretien's Erecp. 57
Adapting Enide: Chretien, Hartmann, and the Female Readerp. 67
Chretien, Hartmann, and the Knight as Fighting Man: On Hartmann's Chivalric Adaptation of Erec et Enidep. 85
Cliges in Deutschlandp. 111
Zu den Schwierigkeiten der Lancelot-Rezeption in Deutschlandp. 121
Die Konzeption der Artusfigur bei Chrestien und in Ulrichs Lanzelet: Missverstandnis, Kritik oder Selbstandigkeit? Ein Diskussionsbeitragp. 137
Iwein and Yvain: Adapting the Love Themep. 151
rehte guete als wahrscheinlich gewisse lere: Topische Argumente fur eine Schulmaxime in Hartmanns Iweinp. 165
Der aventiure bilde nemen: The Intellectual and Social Environment of the Iwein Murals at Rodenegg Castlep. 219
Wolfram von Eschenbach vor dem Conte du Graalp. 229
Heteroglossia and Clerical Narrative: On Wolfram's Adaptation of Chretienp. 241
Dialogic Transpositions: The Grail Hero Wins a Wifep. 257
Clinschor. Wolfram's Adaptation of the Conte du Graal: The Schastel Marveile Episodep. 277
Versuch einer vergleichenden Asthetik: Die Kunst des Portrats bei Chretien und einigen deutschen Bearbeitern des 12. und 13. Jahrhundertsp. 295
Guillaume d'Angleterre, Gute Frau, Wilhelm von Wenden: Zur Beschaftigung mit dem Eustachius-Thema in Frankreich und Deutschlandp. 311
Indexp. 331
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