An Introduction to Middle Dutch

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Walter de Gruyter, 1993 - Foreign Language Study - 222 pages
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A textbook for courses or use by independent scholars, presenting the grammar of Middle Dutch from the 12th to the 15th century in a step- by-step progression. Excerpts from classical Middle Dutch prose and verse texts both illustrate grammatical topics and introduce the reader to Middle Dutch literature. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Floris ende Blancefloer Floris and Blancefloer
18
Hendrik van Veldeke
34
Der Leken Spieghel Laymens Mirror
40
Esmoreit
48
Anthonis de Roovere I
54
Vanden Vos Reynaerde Reynard the Fox I
61
Van Sente Brandane Saint Brendan
69
Anthonis de Roovere n
92
Dirc Potter
131
Karel ende Elegast Charles and Elegast
138
Ferguut II
146
Beatrijs van Nazareth
152
Sister Bertken
161
Jan van Ruusbroec II
171
Beatrijs
180
Hadewijch
189

Vanden Vos Reynaerde Reynard the Fox II
101
Walewein
113
Ferguut I
120

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