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AbstractThis article examines recognition motifs in earlier English romances to better understand female perception and the use of recognition tokens in Le Morte Darthur. Drawing on the work of Mary Carruthers and Elisabeth van Houts on medieval concepts of memory and emotion and Anne Lester on...
AbstractMorgause is an understudied character in Arthurian scholarship. In Malory, she is relatively positively presented as a queen, as a mother of knights and as a sexually active woman; she is always seen from these perspectives, which define her as a character. In modern portrayals, there is...
ZusammenfassungEs ist eine anerkannte Forschungsmeinung, dass im höfischen Roman in der Figur der Fee Reste keltischer Mythen bewahrt worden sind. In mittelhochdeutschen Texten ist das jedoch nur noch in sehr abgeschwächter Form sichtbar, da andersweltliche Frauenfiguren in höfischen Romanen...
RésuméDans la Cronica sive Antiquitates Glastoniensis Ecclesiae de Jean de Glastonbury, telle que l’a publiée James P. Carley, apparaît en deux endroits un texte énigmatique qu’un devin, Melkin, quifuit ante Merlinum, est censé avoir émis. Ce texte prophétique a sollicité la curiosité de...
AbstractThe monks of Glastonbury Abbey excavated what they claimed were the relics of Arthur and Guinevere in 1191 and installed them in a lavish tomb inside the Abbey. This article explores the material culture of this tomb, incorporating both its use in reality and its representation in...
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