Walewein ende Keye

  • Title: Walewein ende Keye
  • Author: Anonymous Marjolein Hogenbirk Wim Gerritsen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 318
  • Format: ebook
  • Walewein ende Keye Een dertiende eeuwse Arturroman overgeleverd in de Lancelotcompilatie Digitale editie met inleiding en commentaar bezorgd door Marjolein Hogenbirk met medewerking van Wim Gerritsen in samenwerking me
    Een dertiende eeuwse Arturroman overgeleverd in de Lancelotcompilatie.Digitale editie met inleiding en commentaar bezorgd door Marjolein Hogenbirk met medewerking van Wim Gerritsen, in samenwerking met de afdeling ICT Teksten van het Huygens ING KNAW.Bevat een geannoteerde editie van de Middelnederlandse tekst, en scans van het originele handschrift.

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    1. The Dutch tradition, if one's to go by this romance about Gawain, is as positive as the German tradition is about my favourite knight. It's not a story I've read anywhere else, though it has its similarities to other quest stories. In it, Gawain goes in search of a magical chess set, in the process having to achieve other quests like acquiring the Sword of Two Rings and bringing a maiden from her overprotective father There's a lot of jousting and marvellous hyperbolic wonders on Gawain's part.T [...]

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    2. Vanden coninc Arture es bleven menighe avonture die nemmer mee ne wert bescreven.(About King Arthur there are many adventure tales that have never been written down.) So starts the epic poem of Knight Gawain and the Chessboard, beautifully written in 13th century Dutch (Middle Dutch or Diets), in which King Arthur and his Round Table knights see a floating chess board (scaecspel) appear out of nothing, complete with chess pieces, waiting to be played on. When none of the knights finds the courag [...]

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    3. Given a knowledge of modern Dutch or German, this medieval work in Middle Dutch is fairly easy to read after perusing a grammar and with Verdam's Middle Dutch dictionary at hand It is certainly worth it. Unlike much of Middle Dutch literature, e.g. Maerlant, it has literary merit.

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    4. This is an old Middle-Dutch book from 1350. It's not per se an epic about the good knight Walewein - the great thing is all the different characters and places are not just Middle-Age symbols, but also real people in a way. I think it's a good book to make into a graphic novel.

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    5. A fun book if you enjoy Dutch Mediaeval literature! It shows the great Arthurian epic novels, with many fights and the typical 'hoofse liefde'.

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