Some Aspects of Hadewijch’s Poetic form in the ‘Strofische Gedichten’ (Bibliotheca Neerlandica extra muros) ebook
by Tanis M. Guest
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Guest, Tanis M. author. Personal Author: Guest, Tanis M. Physical Description: VIII, 289 p. 1 illus. Series: Bibliotheca Neerlandica Extra Muros ; 3. Contents: I Approach to Hadewijch - II The Stanza - III Rhyme - IV Sound and Music - V Repetition - VI Psychology and Style - VII Imagery: Nature and Society - VIII Imagery: Der Minnen Lant; General Remarks - IX Aspects of Internal form - Supplement: Two Poems - Appendix: Table of distribution. of masculine and feminine rhymes. - Index of quotations. Subject Term: Linguistics.
3 See Guest, Tanis . Some Aspects of Hadewijch's Poetic Form in the ‘Strofische Gedichten’ . 4 See especially the very thorough work of Willaert, Frank, De Poëtica van Hadewijch in de Strofische Gedichten (Utrecht, 1984). Some Aspects of Hadewijch's Poetic Form in the ‘Strofische Gedichten’ (The Hague, 1975). 5 Mommaers, Paul, with Dutton, Elisabeth, Hadewijch: Writer - Beguine - Love Mystic (Leuven, 2004), 22–23.
In Some Aspects of Hadewijch's Poetic Form in the ‘Strofische Gedichten,’ pp. 118-47. Additional coverage of Hadewijch's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Literature Resource Center; and Reference Guide to World Literature, Ed. The Hague Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 1975. Interprets Hadewijch's use of paradox and personification in her Strofische Gedichten, particularly in relation to her theme of Minne, or idealized Love. Lagorio, Valerie M. The Medieval Continental Women Mystics: An Introduction. 3. We'll Help Your Grades Soar.
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Hadewijch (sometimes referred to as Hadewych, Hadewig,. of Brabant) was a 13th-century poet and mystic, probably living in the duchy of Brabant. Most of her extant writings are in a Brabantian form of Middle Dutch. Her writings include visions, prose letters and poetry. Hadewijch was one of the most important direct influences on John of Ruysbroeck.
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Before beginning the detailed study of those aspects of Hadewijch’s form which I have selected, it is necessary to explain my approach to the songs and their creator. Hadewijch can be treated primarily as a mystical poet of the thirteenth century, and considered within that framework: and for any real understanding of the Strofische Gedichten a knowledge of the historical background and of her. relationship with the troubadours, minnesinger, and mystical writers is essential.