A Complete Concordance to Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

A Complete Concordance to Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Parzival

1st Edition

By Clifton D. Hall

Routledge

798 pages

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Description

Originally published in 1990, this massive work of scholarship provides an invaluable reference tool for efficient textual investigation to a medieval masterpiece and one of the most significant Middle High German poems. Function words and selected high frequency words with related forms, omitted from many concordances, are given in single verse context in the Verse Concordance. The shorter format offers enough information for most research needs, and certainly enough to indicate where recourse to the text itself is required. While the Key Word in Context (KWIC) concordance is in traditional text-order, headwords in the verse concordance are sorted on neighbouring words to the right to reveal patterns which would otherwise remain undisclosed because of sheer numbers.

Table of Contents

1. The KWIC Concordance 2. The Verse Concordance 3. Ranking Frequency List 4. Reverse Index of Forms 5. Proper Names in Parzival

About the Author

John Boening was Professor Emeritus and former Chair of the English Department at the University of Toledo, USA.

About the Series

Routledge Library Editions: German Literature

Originally published between 1938 and 1996, the volumes in this set provide a survey of German poetry, prose and fiction from the Middle Ages to the late 20th Century. In many cases no prior knowledge of German is necessary, as translations into English are provided. Many of the books focus particularly on German writers and literature from an international perspective.

The books:

  • Analyse Naturalism, Impressionism, Neo-romanticism and Expressionism as well as dealing exhaustively with Surrealism, Magic Realism and Existentialism.

  • Include discussion of post-war Anglo-American and French literature.

 

  • Provide guidebooks through the masses of periodicals and allows the English side of the Anglo-German literary relationship to be explored in detail.

  • Present a detailed analysis of the major literary movements in Austria and Germany from the end of the nineteenth century to the collapse of the Third Reich

 

  • Examine two of the central themes of medieval German mythology, the Dietrich and Nibelung legends

  • Survey the development of political writing in the former Federal Republic of Germany, Illustrating the connections between literature and politics

 

  • Elucidate the concealed meanings in some of the more obscure writings of great authors such as Goethe

  • Provides a full survey of the best and most significant work of German writers to the First World War.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LCO008030
LITERARY COLLECTIONS / European / German
LIT000000
LITERARY CRITICISM / General