The Forest in Medieval German Literature

The Forest in Medieval German Literature

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The Forest in Medieval German Literature analyzes the topic of the a€œforesta€ through some of the best and lesser known examples of medieval German literature, approaching them through modern ecocritical issues that are paired with premodern perspectives. This study allows us to understand how much medieval concepts of the forest can aid in a better understanding of human society and nature in its historical context.Criminal activities happen in the forest, yet justice triumphs there, after all. ... which allows Sibille to relate her entire story as we have learned already before ( 149a€“50).23 The subsequent events in this novel mostly fall into ... He transforms into the shape of a lame beggar and thus manages to enter the house of the mayor.

Title:The Forest in Medieval German Literature
Author: Albrecht Classen
Publisher:Lexington Books - 2015-06-03

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