1 edition of The sister"s son in the medieval German epic found in the catalog.
The sister"s son in the medieval German epic
Bell, Clair Hayden
Written in English
|Statement||by Clair Hayden Bell ...|
|LC Classifications||PT134.K5 B4 1922|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., p. -182.|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||24014477|
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Be the first. There are, for instance, the constantly recurring medieval expressions muoter barn, muoter ] Bell: The Sifter's Son in the Medieval German Epic 97 hint, comparable to the English phrase, "every mother's son of you," and the modern German expressions: keine.
These matrilocal marriages, however, are found almost wholly in the later epics of the period in which French and Oriental influences were strong. For this reason there is doubt as to their ] Bell: The Sister's Son in the Medieval German Epic 83 value as evidence of.
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