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Höfische Wissensordnungen /
Hans-Jochen Schiewer, Stefan Seeber (Hg.).
imprint
Göttingen : V&R Unipress, [2012]
description
135 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
3899717805 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9783899717808 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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imprint
Göttingen : V&R Unipress, [2012]
isbn
3899717805 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9783899717808 (pbk. : alk. paper)
general note
Selected papers from working groups of two International Courtly Literature Society (ICLS) conferences; the latter group was held in connection with the 12th ICLS conference in 2007.
catalogue key
9270646
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Summaries
Long Description
English summary: Courtly mythologies and courtly knowledge orders are the central issues in this volume that brings together contributions from two colloquia held by the International Courtly Literature Society (ICLS). The main focus of the articles lies on mythical legitimization of power and of courtly ethics, on mythical principles of narration and on the distribution as well as hierachization of knowledge in and about texts. The volume presents examinations of a wide range of texts from Wigalois and Herzog Ernst to Mauritius von Craun, also taking into consideration the Alexander romances, the late medieval romances on love and adventure and the French Chevalier au Papegau. In the context of the current research focus on myth and knowlegde, the articles work towards new access to some of the major texts of medieval literature. German description: Dieser Band umfasst Beitrage von Martin Baisch, der die Neugier in Wolframs Parzival in den Blick nimmt, sowie von Anna Muhlherr, die sich den weiblichen Figuren des Parzival, aber auch des Eneasromans und der Artusepen Hartmanns unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Gelehrsamkeit und Magie widmet. Weitere Beitrage stammen von Sandra Linden, die die Tugendproben des arthurischen Romans zum Gegenstand ihrer Uberlegungen macht, und von Christine Putzo, die den Mauritius von Craun im Hinblick auf die narrative Konfiguration des paradoxe amoureux untersucht. Der Band setzt die Reihe Encomia Deutsch fort, die vom Vorstand der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Gesellschaft fur hofische Literatur (International Courtly Literature Society, ICLS) herausgegeben wird. Er vereinigt Beitrage der gleichnamigen Freiburger Tagung der ICLS aus dem Jahre 2006. Auch ausgewahlte Vortrage des 12. Internationalen Kongresses der ICLS in Lausanne und Genf 2007 haben Eingang gefunden.
Long Description
English summary: This volume comprises contributions by Martin Baisch, who discusses the theme of curiosity in Wolfram (von Eschenbach?)'s Parzival, as well as by Anna Muhlherr, who studies the female characters in Parzival and also in the Eneas romance and Hartmann's Arthurian epics from the point of view of scholarliness and magic. Further contributions are by Sandra Linden on the tests of virtue in the Arthurian romance and by Christine Putzo, who examines Mauritius von Craun with respect to the narrative configuration of the paradoxe amoureux. German text. German description: Dieser Band umfasst Beitrage von Martin Baisch, der die Neugier in Wolframs >ParzivalParzivalEneasromansMauritius von Craun< im Hinblick auf die narrative Konfiguration des paradoxe amoureux untersucht. Der Band setzt die Reihe Encomia Deutsch fort, die vom Vorstand der Deutschen Sektion der Internationalen Gesellschaft fur hofische Literatur (International Courtly Literature Society, ICLS) herausgegeben wird. Er vereinigt Beitrage der gleichnamigen Freiburger Tagung der ICLS aus dem Jahre 2006. Auch ausgewahlte Vortrage des 12. Internationalen Kongresses der ICLS in Lausanne und Genf 2007 haben Eingang gefunden.

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