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Epics and Romances of the Middle Ages was first published in 1884. Split into sections, subjects include: Langobardian Legends (Alboin And Rosamund; King Rother (Ruother); Ortnit); The Amelungs (Hugdieterich And Wolfdieterich; King Samson (Samsing); Dietwart); Dietrich Of Bern (Dietrich And Hildebrand; Dietrich’s Comrades; Adventures. Laurin. Ilsan; King Laurin’s Feast; Dietrich, The Faithful Ally; Ermenrich Turns Against The Hero Of Bern; King Etzel, Walter Of Wasgenstein, And Hildegunde; Etzel And Dietrich Against The Reussen; The Raven-Fight (Battle Of Ravenna); Going Home); The Nibelung Hero (Siegfried’s Youth; Siegfried In Burgundy; The Dragonstone; The Wooing Of Brunhil; Treason And Death); The Nibelungs’ Woe (King Etzel’s Wooing; The Burgundians Visit Hunland; The Nibelungs’ Lament); The Hegeling Legend (Hagen; Hettel The Hegeling And His Heroes; Gudrûn; Queen Gerlind; Battle And Victory); Beowulf (Grendel; Beowulf, The Bold Diver; The She-Wolf Of The Sea; Beowulf Is Made King; The Fight With The Dragon); Carolingian Legends (The Children Of Haymon; Roland; William Of Orange); Legends Of King Arthur And The Holy Grail (Titurel; Percival; Lohengrin; Tristram And Isolde); and, Tannhäuser (Legend Of Tannhäuser).
This book has 225 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1884. This is a translation by M. W. Macdowall.
Production notes: This ebook of Epics and Romances of the Middle Ages was published by Global Grey on the 23rd August 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'Arthurian knight' by Charles Ernest Butler.
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