Amicitia
Friendship in Medieval Culture: Papers in Honour of Nigel F. Palmer

Edited by Almut Suerbaum and Annette Volfing

Oxford German Studies 36.2

Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing

14 December 2007  •  184pp


Contents:

139-140
Introduction
Almut Suerbaum, Annette Volfing
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141-162
Visible, Yet Secret: Images as Signs of Friendship in Seuse
Jeffrey F. Hamburger
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163-183
Old Friends: David and Jonathan in the Vulgate, the Historia Scholastica of Peter Comestor, the Weltchronik of Rudolf von Ems, and the Rijmbijbel of Jacob van Maerlant
Maria Sherwood-Smith
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184-194
Concordia persanctae dilectionis: Freundschaft als literarisches Modell in der Aurelius-Vita Willirams von Ebersberg
Henrike Lähnemann
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195-211
Freundschaft zwischen Nonnen
Undine Brückner
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212-226
Tauler and Merswin: Friends in God?
Helen Webster
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227-246
‘Vos amici Dei estis’. Die ‘Gottesfreunde’ des 14. Jahrhunderts bei Seuse, Tauler und in den ‘Engelberger Predigten’: Religiöse Elite, Verein oder Literaturzirkel?
Regina D. Schiewer
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247-267
Zu Marquard von Lindau, Konrad von Braunsberg, den Gottes­freunden und dem Gottes­freundschaftsbegriff
Stephen Mossman
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268-283
‘Ein vriuntlîchez zornelîn’: Zu den Freundschaftsdarstellungen in den deutschen Tristan­bearbeitungen des 12. und 13. Jahrhunderts
Stefan Seeber
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284-305
Der Freund, ‘der rehte erkennet wer ich bin’: Zu Konrads von Würzburg Engelhard und einer Freundschaft in gespiegelter Vorbildlichkeit
Corinna Virchow
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306-320
Friendship, Wit and Laughter in Heinrich Bebel’s Facetiae
Sebastian Coxon
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Bibliography entry:

Suerbaum, Almut, and Annette Volfing (eds), Amicitia: Friendship in Medieval Culture: Papers in Honour of Nigel F. Palmer (= Oxford German Studies, 36.2 (2007))

First footnote reference: 35 Amicitia: Friendship in Medieval Culture: Papers in Honour of Nigel F. Palmer, ed. by Almut Suerbaum and Annette Volfing (= Oxford German Studies, 36.2 (2007)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Suerbaum and Volfing, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Suerbaum, Almut, and Annette Volfing (eds). 2007. Amicitia: Friendship in Medieval Culture: Papers in Honour of Nigel F. Palmer (= Oxford German Studies, 36.2)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Suerbaum and Volfing 2007: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Suerbaum and Volfing 2007: 21.

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