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    W. Harry Ranawake
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Arthur of the Germans: The Arthurian Legend. The Arthur of the Germans: The Arthurian Legend in Medieval German and Dutch Literature. Ranawake. This volume provides a survey of Arthurian works and themes in medieval German and Dutch literature and also examines pictorial representations of Arthurian topics, the impact of Arthurian motifs on real life, and the revival and adaptation of legends.

Emergence of German Arthurian romance, Silvia Ranawake. Emergence of the German Grail romance, Timothy McFarland. Fragment and expansion, Marion Gibbs. Three post-classical authors, Rosemary E. Wallbank. German and Dutch literature were of central importance in this expansion of Arthurian material from the twelfth to sixteenth century, contributing works of outstanding aesthetic quality and a lively process of reception, adaptation and transmission in which the Arthurian subject matter underwent various modifications in contact with northern and central European traditions. source: Nielsen Book Data).

This book strays from the original intent of the series, which was to understand Arthur and the history behind each story. Instead it focuses more on literary themes.

Central to this expansion were the Germans and the Dutch, both of whom contributed works of outstanding quality. This book strays from the original intent of the series, which was to understand Arthur and the history behind each story.

German and Dutch literature were of central importance in this expansion of Arthurian material from the 12th to 16th century, contributing works of outstanding aesthetic quality and a lively process of reception, adaptation an. .

German and Dutch literature were of central importance in this expansion of Arthurian material from the 12th to 16th century, contributing works of outstanding aesthetic quality and a lively process of reception, adaptation and transmission in which the Arthurian subject matter underwent various modifications in contact with northern and central European traditions. W. Jackson, Silvia Ranawake. University of Wales Press, 1 січ. 2000 р. - 337 стор. from the 12th century onwards the legends of King Arthur and his knights, including the Tristan legend, spread across Europe, producing a vast range of adaptations and new stories.

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Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2000. Published: 1 March 2003. by University of Wisconsin Press. Monatshefte pp 116-119; doi:10.

The Arthur of the Germans will appeal to students and scholars of medieval literature and anyone interested in Arthurian, Tristan, and Grail legends. Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages. University of Wales Press.

The Arthurian Legend in Medieval German and Dutch Literature

The Arthurian Legend in Medieval German and Dutch Literature. Cardiff, 2000, p. 187-228. 187. The Medieval Dutch Arthurian material. After Arthur had pulled the sword from the stone and been chosen as king, Maerlant concluded his Book van Merline by saying that for a long period of time Arthur ruled his country in peace, a statement which accords with his Old French source, the Estoire de Merlin (The Vulgate Version of the Arthurian Romances, 2, 88).

К выходу фильма " Меч короля Артура"! Легендарный вождь бриттов V– VI веков, разгромивший завоевателейсаксов; центральный герой британского эпоса и многочисленных рыцарских романов До сих пор историки не нашли доказате Жанр Историческая пр.

from the 12th century onwards the legends of King Arthur and his knights, including the Tristan legend, spread across Europe, producing a vast range of adaptations and new stories. German and Dutch literature were of central importance in this expansion of Arthurian material from the 12th to 16th century, contributing works of outstanding aesthetic quality and a lively process of reception, adaptation and transmission in which the Arthurian subject matter underwent various modifications in contact with northern and central European traditions. The present book provides the most inclusive and up-to-date survey of Arthurian works and themes in mediaeval German and Dutch literature and also treats pictorial representations of Arthurian topics, the impact of Arthurian motifs on real life, and the revival and adaptation of Arthurian legends in literature, music, drama and film in the German speaking world from the 18th century to the present day. The material is arranged partly chronologically and partly according to theme or genre into 19 chapters by specialist contributors. Most chapters treat a group of texts or a subject that stretches over considerable time, so as to convey the many lines of influence that run through the Arthurian corpus, and a synthesis of the main themes and findings of the book is provided in an introduction. The contributors provide information about the individual works (questions of authorship, source, dating, patronage) and critical discussions of interpretative issues in the light of current scholarship, so that the book forms a guide for students and the general reader, and a point of reference and debate for further research in the field. Bibliographies at the end of each chapter facilitate the use of the book as a work of reference. Quotations are translated into English.