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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.9

A crit­i­cal com­pan­ion to Old Norse lit­er­ary gen­reWe can­not read lit­er­ary works with­out mak­ing use of the con­cept of genre. In Old Norse stud­ies, genre has been cen­tral to the cat­e­gori­sa­tion, eval­u­a­tion and under­stand­ing of medieval prose and poet­ry alike; … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2020.7

Mon­sters in soci­ety: alter­i­ty, trans­gres­sion, and the use of the past in Medieval Ice­landDrag­ons, giants, and the mon­sters of learned dis­course are rarely encoun­tered in the Sagas of Ice­landers, and there­fore, the gen­er­al ter­a­to­log­i­cal focus on phys­i­cal mon­stros­i­ty yields only … Weit­er­lesen

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Kennen Sie schon … die Quellen zu Germanic Studies der British Library?

Die BL hat Mate­ri­alien für die Län­der, in denen ger­man­is­che Sprachen gesp­srochen wer­den, zusam­mengestellt: Resources for the study of Ger­man­ic coun­tries, past and present „Our Ger­man­ic col­lec­tions com­prise his­toric and cur­rent mate­r­i­al from Ger­many, Aus­tria and Ger­­man-speak­ing Switzer­land, from the … Weit­er­lesen

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Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Nordische Philologie 2019.7

The syn­tax of main­land Scan­di­na­vianThis book explores the syn­tac­tic struc­tures of Main­land Scan­di­na­vian, a term that cov­ers the North­ern Ger­man­ic lan­guages spo­ken in Den­mark, Nor­way, Swe­den, and parts of Fin­land. The con­tin­u­um of mutu­al­ly intel­li­gi­ble stan­dard lan­guages, region­al vari­eties, and … Weit­er­lesen