596 German Studies MEDIEVAL LITERATURE By Nigel W. Harris, University of Birmingham 1. General The two-volume Encyclopaedia of German Literature, ed. Matthias Konzett, Chicago–London, Fitzroy Dearborn, xxii+ 1136 pp., includes up-to-date articles, with select bibliographies, on the follow- ing medieval authors: Sebastian Brant (N. Harris), Gottfried von Strassburg (W. McConnell), Hartmann von Aue (F. G. Gentry), Heinrich von Veldeke (R. Fisher), Hildegard von Bingen (A. Classen), Hrosvitha von Gandersheim (H. W. Kraft), Konrad von Regens- burg/Pfaﬀe Konrad (S. Calomino), Mechthild von Magdeburg (E. A. Andersen), Meister Eckhart (B. Morgan), Neidhart (G. Ehrstine), Oswald von Wolkenstein (N. Harris), Otfrid von Weissenburg (L. Archibald), Rudolf von Ems (S. Coxon), Walther von der Vogelweide (R. Fisher) and Wolfram von Eschenbach (M. E. Gibbs). Anonymous works dealt with are the Annolied (G. Dunphy), Ezzolied (R. E. Walker), Heliand (W. Hempel), Hildebrandslied (R. E. Walker), Konig Rother (S. Calomino), Ludwigslied and Merseburger Zauberspruche ¨ ¨ (both B. Murdoch), and the Nibelungenlied (W. McConnell). There are also entries on Arthurian romance (E. A. Andersen), biblical drama and Minnesang (both M. Chinca), Meistersang ( J. L. Flood), mystery plays ( J. E. Tailby) and Sangspruchdichtung (G. Dunphy); and separate articles are allotted to OHG and MHG
The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Dec 20, 2000
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