This work studies the transformations of the Arthurian legend on German soil from the late medieval period up to the threshold of the Renaissance. The following works are analyzed:
Wigamur, the Arthurian trilogy of Der Pleier,
Der Jüngere Titurel,
Diu Crône, the Prose
Tristan narratives, and
Der Nüwe Parzival.
Bern, Frankfurt/M., New York, Paris, 1992. 255 pp.
Contents: Male Cinderellas (the later Fair Unknown tradition); the Arthurian trilogy of Der Pleier; Visions of Salvation (Parzival,
Jüngerer Titurel, Diu Cröne); Tristan, Lancelot and the Grail, Der Nüwe Parzifal.