A Courtier’s Mirror: Cultivating Elite Identity in Thomasin von Zerclaere’s “Welscher Gast.” by Kathryn Starkey (review)

@article{imek2015ACM,
  title={A Courtier’s Mirror: Cultivating Elite Identity in Thomasin von Zerclaere’s “Welscher Gast.” by Kathryn Starkey (review)},
  author={Jakub {\vS}imek},
  journal={JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic Philology},
  year={2015},
  volume={114},
  pages={430 - 433}
}
ideas and ideals propagated in the romances. Notwithstanding, romances and legends do inhabit different generic worlds. Further removed from the riddarasögur than Barlaams saga is the popular frame narrative known as Septem Sapientes, the translation of which into Swedish is the focus of Massimiliano bampi’s essay, “translating and Rewriting: the Septem Sapientes in Medieval Sweden” (pp. 239–62). the collection of tales known as Sju vise mästare in Swedish is extant in three fifteenth-century… CONTINUE READING