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Medieval German Studies

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Edited by A.T. Hatto and M.O'C. Walshe. Published 1973. ISBN: 9780854570577.



Detailed Description

This volume comprises the essays written in honour of Frederick Norman, Professor of German at King's College London and Honorary Director of the Institute of Germanic Studies from 1956 until 1965, on the occasion of his retirement by his students, colleagues and friends.


F.P. PICKERING (Reading): ‘Notes on Fate and Fortune (for Germanisten)’;
G.T. GILLESPIE (Cardiff): ;The Significance of Personal Names in German Heroic Poetry’;
K. OSTBERG (London): ‘Belue = Uuolf’;
ROSEMARY COMBRIDGE (London): ‘Aequitas and Iustitia in Mediaeval German Psalters’;
WERNER BETZ (Munich): ‘Zur Zahlensymbolik im Aufbau des Annoliedes’;
P.F. GANZ (Oxford): ‘On the Unity of the Middle High German Lob Salomons’;
W. SCHWARZ (London): ‘Notes on Formulaic Expressions in Middle High German Poetry’;
PETER WAPNEWSKI (Heidelberg): ‘Reinmars Rechtfertigung zu MF 196,35 und 165,10’;
K.C. KING (Nottingham): ‘The Mother’s Guilt in Hartmann’s Gregorius’;
A.T. HATTO (London): ‘“Der Aventiure Meine” in Hartmann’s Iwein’;
MARIANNE WYNN (London): ‘Hagen’s Defiance of Kriemhilt’;
KENNETH J. NORTHCOTT (Chicago): ‘Actions and Reputations in the Nibelungenlied’;
P.B. SALMON (London): ‘The Nibelungenlied in Mediaeval Dutch’;
JEAN FOURQUET (Paris): ‘La Composition des Livres III à VI du Parzival’;
C.J. LOFMARK (Lampeter): ‘Name Lists in Parzival’;
WOLFGANG MOHR (Tübingen) : ‘Zu den epischen Hintergründen in Wolframs Parzival’;
SIDNEY M. JOHNSON (Kansas): ‘Wolfram’s Longinus’;
RAINER GRUENTER (Beriln): ‘“Daz ergest und daz beste”. Zu Gotfrids Tristan und Isold vv. 11645 – 13096’;
MARGARET F. RICHEY (Grange of Monifeith, Dundee): ‘Rit ze hove, Dietrich…’;
M.O’C. WALSHE (London): ‘Heinrich von dem Türlin, Chrétien and Wolfram’;
TH. FRINGS and ELISABETH LINKE (Leipzig): ‘Rätselraten um den Karlmeinet’;
HANS NEUMANN (Göttingen): ‘Mechthild von Magdeburg und die mittelniederländische Frauenmystik’;
HERBERT THOMA (London): ‘John of Neumarkt and Heinrich Frauenlob’;
D. DALBY (London): ‘Two Middle Franconian Hunting Allegories’;
E.J. MORRALL (Durham): ‘Oswald von Wolkenstein and Mandeville’s Travels’;
R.J. TAYLOR (Swansea): ‘Ergo Bibamus! Asurge Bimbo! Or the Early History of the Vine in the Rhine Palatinate’;
LEONARD FORSTER (Cambridge): ‘From the Schwabenspiegel to Pfefferkorn: A Study in Makulatur’;
Publications by F. Norman.