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Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal

Daniel von dem Blühenden Tal

Edited by Michael Resler

This critical edition of Daniel, one of the earliest post-classical Arthurian romances, includes the normalized Middle High German text with an introduction, selected bibliography, index of proper names, and a reproduction of the first verse of the original manuscript. In addition to the textual-critical apparatus, the third edition includes a second apparatus with linguistic explanations intended to ease access to the text.

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Michael Resler

German Studies Department

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