Linda B. Parshall
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 30, 1981)
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This 1981 textual content is a research of the narrative strategies in vital thirteenth-century German romances: one via Wolfram von Eschenbach, thought of by way of many because the maximum poet of medieval Germany; the opposite by means of a lesser-known yet hugely expert follower of Wolfram. This research of narrative approach contributes to the fad in the direction of a broader point of view in medieval literary reports, during which serious modes built within the research of recent works are utilized helpfully to older literature. The conclusions reached should still end up very important for the knowledge of contemporary conceptions of narrative in addition.