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Gottfried von Straßburg’s Manuscript W and Alliterating Word Pairs—I (Handschrift W Gottfrieds von Strassburg und das stabreimende Wortpaar—I)

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A long-term project tracing the history of the alliterating word-pair in the earliest recorded stages of German returns to Gottfried von Straßburg on the occasion of a new edition of manuscript W. For the first time, each and every such pair is documented and analysed within the context of Tristan, including comprehensive findings in recent studies on alliterating word-pairs in Old High and Early Middle High German, and in comparison with Ranke’s edition. Gottfried’s use of the pair consitutes a major factor within his rhetorical arsenal. Related yet different phraseological phenomena are also addressed in the context of philological research on Gottfried’s work.

Affiliations: 1: Department of German, Russian, Asian & Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures, Miami University Oxford, Ohio


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