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ZWISCHEN KANONISIERUNG UND ADAPTATION: HEDWIG VON SCHLESIEN

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Die Hedwigslegende ist in zwei Redaktionen mit jeweils konstantem Text trotz unterschiedlichster Kontexte überliefert. Was als Sakralisierung des Textes wahrgenommen wurde, läßt sich mit dem Instrumentarium einer kulturwissenschaftlich orientierten Philologie weitergehend interpretieren. Der Vergleich der Redaktionen, die Untersuchung der jeweiligen Paratexte, die kodikologischmediale Betrachtung der äußeren Einrichtung und Ausstattung der Handschriften, der Mitüberlieferung sowie der sprachlichen Minimalabweichungen geben Auskunft über adressatenabhängige Veränderungen des Heiligendesigns.

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2011-03-30
2016-12-04

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