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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Celebrated German author Felicitas Hoppe reflects on her experience in adapting Hartmann von Aue's verse romance Iwein into the young-adult novel genre, highlighting the importance of female characters Laudine and Lunette, both in von Aue's original and in her adaptation.
(Hartman von Aue, Erec, 1423-1425) [Y sabed que nunca antes alguien de este mundo obtuvo un caballo mas hermoso.] 17) der aber den sige da gewan, der was ein so hovesch man, (Hartmann von Aue, Iwein, 1039-1040) [mas aquel que habia obtenido la victoria era un hombre bien comedido,] En cuanto al significado <<traducir>>, la unica muestra encontrada es la siguiente:
The study includes such works as Hartmann von Aue's Erec, Henrich Wittenwiler's Ring, and late-medieval popular song poetry and heroic-epic songs.
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.
In this stimulating work, Schultz uses Foucault-inspired gender theory to analyze texts including Heinrich yon Veldeke's Eneasroman; Wolfram yon Eschenbach's Parzival, Willehalm, and Titurel; Hartmann von Aue's Eric and Iwein; and the Nibelungenlied.
The earlier (pre-Malory) writers are drawn from many linguistic traditions: Latin (Gildas, Nennius, Geoffrey of Monmouth), French (Wace, Chretien de Troyes, Jehan Froissart), English (Layamon, the Gawain-poet, Geoffrey Chaucer), German (Hartmann von Aue, Wolfram von Eschenbach), and Italian (Giovanni Boccaccio).
(8.) Because I wanted to consider both romances in two weeks, I used the modern German "Nacherzahlungen" (retellings) (Hartmann von Aue 1967).
Erec Middle High German epic poem by + HARTMANN VON AUE, written about 1180-85 and considered the first Arthurian romance in German.
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.