9 edition of Formal Aspects of Mediaeval German Poetry found in the catalog.
Formal Aspects of Mediaeval German Poetry
Stanley N. Werbow
March 26, 1970 by University of Texas Press .
Written in English
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This helps populate the site properly. not referred to in the book, and it is impossible, in the space of a review, to mention, let alone to evaluate critically, the numerous new and sug- mediaeval German literature from the tenth century onwards.
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This magnum opus is not another catalogue of the forms of biblical literature, but a deeply reflected account of the significance of form itself.
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Brian Murdoch. German Literature of the Early Middle Ages. Camden House, Courtly Love. The term courtly love (amour courtois, amore cortese, fin' amor) was coined by the literary critic and philologist Gaston Paris in in an essay on Chretien de Troyes's Conte de la Charrette to define the chivalric love bond between Lancelot and Guinevere.
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speaking of the great wealth of poetry to be found in Leaves of Grass. Perhaps it is best for the uninitiated reader to begin with the "Inscriptions," then turn to the section called "Calamus," (Calamus being a sort of American grass which is used here to typify comradeship and love!) reading two or three poems there.
Proceeding then, turn to the. The book comprises, in addition to an introduction, a selected bibliography, and three indices (poems treated in the book, subject, and name) eight chapters: (a) the author and his times; (b) Todros ha-Levi, a Hebrew author at the crossroads of literary streams; (c) national and religious expressions in the language of Todros's personal poetry.
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BOOK IV THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL: SOCIETY (Continued) CHAPTER XXV. THE HEART OF HELOÏSE. The romantic growth and imaginative shaping of chivalric love having been followed in the fortunes of its great exemplars, Tristan, Iseult, Lancelot, Guinevere, Parzival, a different illustration of mediaeval passion may be had by turning from these creations of.
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