Erzähltheorie in mediävistischer Perspektive, hg. Manuel by Armin Schulz

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73 – 151). Beispiel 3: Wolframs von Eschenbach ,Parzival‘ Das Muster kçrperlicher Partizipation an transpersonalen Eigenschaften kann etwa verstehen helfen, wieso in Wolframs von Eschenbach ,Parzival‘ (nach 1205) das Haupt-Handlungsrepertoire des Helden von Parzival auf seinen Halbbruder Feirefiz verschoben werden kann. Parzival begegnet der Welt nämlich hauptsächlich im Modus des Kämpfens. Wenn er jemanden sieht, der Hilfe braucht, fragt er relativ bald, wo, wie und wann er für ihn kämpfen kann.

2 Text und Kontext 19 bedeutet ihm, daß er dies ebensowenig kçnne wie Repanse heiraten, solange er nicht den touf (die Taufe) habe. Prompt erkundigt sich Feirefiz danach, ob man den touf erkämpfen kçnne. Die ritterliche Kampfesgier, die zuvor nur sein Bruder zeigte, ist nun, da Parzival als Kçnig anders handeln muß, vollständig auf Feirefiz übergegangen. Koch 2006, S. 80 – 158. – K. E. Müller 1987. – Schulz 2008, S. 73 – 151. 1 Kulturelle Kontexte Es wurde womçglich schon deutlich, daß die Frage danach, warum Dinge in mittelalterlichen Texten geschehen und andere nicht, sich in einem zweiten Schritt durchaus beantworten läßt, nachdem man zuerst nach dem Wozu, nach der Funktion, gefragt hat.

Gänzlich unsystematisch wird das Wissen der Gelehrten und der Laien in Sprichwçrtern gespeichert. Auf der Basis hu- 24 2. Interpretation und Anthropologie: Konzeptionen von Figuren manistischer Sprichwortsammlungen, die die mittelalterlichen Bestände abgreifen, ist hier der ,Thesaurus proverbiorum medii aevi‘ der Schweizerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften als ein erstklassiges Hilfsmittel entstanden (er ist auch ohne Lateinkenntnisse mühelos benutzbar, da nach deutschen Stichworten lemmatisiert wird).

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