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1. Which relationships most strongly determine social interactions in one or both of these texts?

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  • Post Date 2018-11-06T13:08:30+00:00
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1. Which relationships most strongly determine social interactions in one or both of these texts?

Poetry and Literature

INSTRUCTIONS:

The formal is a position paper. 



Please do not use any external sources to write this paper, use only the ones provided.



The followings are prompts to guide you toward your thesis. These prompts are not your title for the essay, they are only to guide you towards your thesis.

Please highlight your thesis statement in the paper. Write clear and strong argument with evidence from the texts provided. 



Prompts:



1. Which relationships most strongly determine social interactions in one or both of these texts?

2. How do either of these texts make meaningful the medieval concept of êre?

3. How do either of these texts make meaningful the medieval concept of schœne?

4. How do either of these texts make meaningful the medieval concept of liebe and/or minne?

5. What is the essence of ‘justice’ in either of these texts?

6. What is the relationship between the respective text and its implied audience?

7. Are there breaks in either of these texts, and how can we interpret them?

8. Which social practices are most significant for the advancement of the plot in either of these texts?

9. How do either of these texts deal with mythical characters?

10. What kind of society do either of these texts portray? What are their governing principles?

CONTENT:

Poetry and Literature Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Introduction This paper is about the relationship between early German poetry and social attributes of society that inspired these texts. Romance, wit, humour and beauty are some of the notable characteristics of early German poetry. Themes of love and relationship are also evident in these texts. Thesis: Man’s survival depends on his ability to love and his need to be loved in return. Social interactions have been the pillars of society since time immemorial. In Hartmann von Aue’s poem, social interaction is evident about how love works in society. Reinmar der Alte in his poem emphasises the aspect of shared joy in faithful marriage. The fact that the poem is a message means

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