Mythos - Sage - Erzählung: Gedenkschrift für Alfred Ebenbauer
Johannes Keller, Florian Kragl
Isd, 2009 - Literary Criticism - 574 pages
Though sagas and the history of sagas have long been relegated to the periphery of literary debate, a new understanding of mythology currently dominates academic discourse. A narrative is two things: every saga, every myth tells a story, but at the same time it evokes the growing concentration of mediaeval philologies on areas of narratological concern. This collection of essays sheds light on these paradigmas from various perspectives. The book owes its existence to the research interests and impetus of Alfred Ebenbauer. This book is dedicated to his memory. German text.
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