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Gustav Adolf Beckmann

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  • Gualter del Hum ? Gaiferos ? Walthariusby Gustav Adolf Beckmann

    De Gruyter 2010; US$ 119.00

    The title figure of Waltharius, an exclusive research subject of German Studies since the time of the Brothers Grimm, has become interesting for other philologies as well over the last 120 years, repeatedly in the form of ?border crossings?. However, it has been impossible to reach a consensus even in the most elementary questions. Romance Studies... more...

  • Die Karlamagn˙s-Saga I und ihre altfranz÷sische Vorlageby Gustav Adolf Beckmann

    De Gruyter 2008; US$ 112.00

    The 13th century Old Norse Karlamagn˙s-Saga, a monumental biography of Charlemagne from translated and adapted French Caroline epics such as the Chanson de Roland, is a fascinating example of intensive reception at a distance. Its first branch appears to pre-empt the whole in a compressed form, and has thus been puzzling scholars for more than a century.... more...

  • Matronymika im aschkenasischen Kulturbereichby Erika Timm; Gustav Adolf Beckmann

    De Gruyter 1999; US$ 133.00

    In comparison with the European average, matronymics (names deriving from the bearer's mother, including family names formed in this way) are surprisingly frequent in the Yiddish language area although it is customary to regard traditional Jewish culture, and perhaps that of Eastern European Jewry in particular, as patriarchal par excellence. The study... more...

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