Hartmann von Aue


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, c.1170–c.1220, German poet whose name is also spelled von Ouwe. His chivalric romances Erec and Iwain are tales of Arthurian legend.
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Hartmann von Aue

(härt`män fən ou`ə), c.1170–c.1220, German poet whose name is also spelled von Ouwe. His chivalric romances Erec and Iwain are tales of Arthurian legend. Other works include the religious legend Gregorius; the idyl Der arme Heinrich [poor Henry], upon which Longfellow based his Golden Legend; and lyrics.
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Tabla 2: Numero de verbos con significado de <<traducir>> empleados por autor Autor Numero Autor No verbos verbos Konrad von Wurzburg 8 Konrad von Megenburg 2 Heinrich von Neustadt 4 Pfaffe Konrad 2 Priester Wernher 4 Rudolf von Ems 2 Wernigeroder Alexander 4 Walther von der Vogelweide 2 Heinrich von Veldeke 3 Hartmann von Aue 1 Konrad von Heimesfurt 3 Konrad Fleck 1 Pfaffe Lamprecht 3 Reinbot von Durne 1 Hans Vintler 2 Ulrich von Eschenbach 1 Herbort von Fritzlar 2 Ulrich von Zatzikhoven 1 Hugo von Langenstein 2 Wirnt von Grafenberg 1
In diesem Kapitel geht es insbesondere um die Darstellung von schonen Frauen bei Hartmann von Aue (Enite), Gottfried von Strassburg (Isolde), Wirnt von Grafenberg (Florie) und Heinrich von demTurlin (Amurfma).
Cyril Edwards has gone back directly to the Giessen MS B in order to give us an excellent translation of the original medieval text by Hartmann von Aue thought to have been written c.
Wolfram's influence on later poets was profound, and he is a member, with Hartmann von Aue and Gottfried von Strassburg, of the great triumvirate of Middle High German epic poets.
THE volume contains prose translations of the following short verse narratives: Hartmann von Aue, Der Arme Heinrich, Moriz von Craun; Konrad von Wurzburg, Heinrich von Kempten; Laurin; Wernher der Gartenaere, Helmbrecht.
Among Wolfram's contemporaries were Hartmann von Aue, Gottfried von Strassburg, and the lyric poet Walter von der Vogelweide.
A nobleman in Der arme Heinrich ( Poor Heinrich ), an early - 13th-century narrative poem by Hartmann von Aue (c1170 -- c1215) based on German legend.
And so have Heinrich von Veldeke, Hartmann von Aue, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Gottfried von Strassburg, Walther von der Vogelweide, and many others.
In that respect the work maybe regarded as a 're-Arthurianization' of the Wolframian legacy back in the direction set by Hartmann von Aue in his Arthurian romances, where a transcendent dimension is similarly lacking except in the purely formal sense represented also by the superficial references to Christian practices in the Nibelungenlied.
Erec Middle High German epic poem by + HARTMANN VON AUE, written about 1180-85 and considered the first Arthurian romance in German.
It is in this literary excursus that he voices his praise of Hartmann von Aue and castigates Wolfram von Eschenbach for his excessively difficult and erratic style.
The majority of the chapters are devoted to single authors (Heinrich von Veldeke, Hartmann von Aue, Gottfried von Strassburg, Wolfram von Eschenbach, Ulrich von Zatzikhoven, Walther von der Vogelweide, Der Stricker, Rudolf von Ems, Ulrich von Liechtenstein, Konrad von Wurzburg, Wernher der Gartner).