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Tristan und Isolde des Gottfried von Strassburg. Tristan : eine Fortsetzung / Ulrich von Türheim ; [herausgegeben von] Dieter Kühn ; Mitarbeit [von] Lambertus Okken.

Main Author: Gottfried, von Strassburg, active 13th century.
Related Names: Okken, Lambertus. , Kühn, Dieter 1935-, Ulrich von Türheim active 13th century.
Language(s): German
Published: Frankfurt am Main : Insel, 1991.
Edition: 1. Aufl.
Subjects: Ulrich, > von Türheim, > active 13th century
Gottfried, > von Strassburg, > active 13th century
Tristan (Legendary character) > Romances.
Note: Translations into modern German of Gottfried von Strassburg's and Ulrich von Türheim's versions of Tristan.
Physical Description: 647 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN: 3458161910
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