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Konrad Fleck

(1220—1230)

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Floire et Blancheflor

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OFr. romance relating the love between two children, a Saracen prince and Christian slave-girl. The ‘aristocratic’ version (1150s) concentrates on luxurious, elegant settings and courtly...

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Floire und Blanscheflur

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A Middle High German poem of some 8,000 lines, written probably c.1220 by Konrad Fleck. It tells the story of two faithful lovers. Floire, the son of the heathen king ...

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Höfisches Epos

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Term used to denote one type of Middle High German poem, often of considerable length, read or more frequently declaimed or intoned at the more sophisticated courts in Germany in ...

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Ulrich von Türheim

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(fl. c.1240)

Author of MHG verse narratives Cliges, adapted from Chrétien de Troyes; and Rennewart and Tristan, continuations of Wolfram von Eschenbach’s Willehalm and Gottfried...

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Willehalm von Orlens

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A Middle High German poem of close on 16,000 lines by Rudolf von Ems. It was written, in rhyming couplets, after the completion of the first part of Alexander. A ...

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