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1. Dialogus im Mittelalter

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This chapter discusses the dialogues in the Middle ages and presents a definition of a corpus of medieval dialogue. Isidore's describes the dialogue as a conversation and used the word sermo, which refers to the informal conversation. In the definitions of glossaries often comes before the restriction, dialogue is the conversation or the dispute between two people. In the Middle Ages there is a common poetic text type in Latin as in the vernacular languages. Stage armed poems present the dispute of two figures (people, animals, personification), who present themselves as opposites. The chapter discusses the medieval recipients distinguished between armed poems and prose dialogues as various types of texts. The presentation form of the Fonts dialog is considered as the people language. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Fonts dialog; informal conversation; medieval dialogue; medieval recipients; Middle ages; vernacular languages

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