Considered one of the most important texts of the Late Middle Ages, Heinrich Wittenwilers Ring (ca. 1410) is a comic, didactic, verse narrative of courtship, violence and war that reflects the crisis of meaning and breeches during the transition from the medieval to the modern era. This new translation is based on the sole manuscript and not on the edition previously published by Edmund Wiessner (1931).
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