Tristania Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF ALL PRESENTLY PUBLISHED VOLUMES OF TRISTANIA

Vol.  1, November 1975:

W. T. H. Jackson: Artist and Performance in Gottfried’s Tristan   

David J. Shirt: A Note on the Etymology of "Le Morholt"              

Tony Hunt: Textual Notes on Béroul and Thomas: Some Problems Of Interpretation and Emendation                  

G. N. Bromiley: A Note on Béroul’s Forester’s                              

Vol.  2, May 1976:

Susan L. Clark and Julian N. Wasserman: Implications of Quantification: Numeric Tension in Gottfried’s Tristan               

Philip Grundlehner: Gottfried’s Tristan: The Language of  Love in Courtly Society                                                                  

Vol. 2, # 1, November 1976:

Renée L. Curtis: The Humble and the Cruel Tristan: A New Look at the Two Poems of the Folie Tristan                     

M. de Combarieu: Le Jour et la Nuit dans Le Roman de Tristan  de Béroul (Poème du XIIe siècle)                               

Jean-Marcel Paquette: Notes sur quelques vers du Tristan de Béroul

Vol. 2, # 2, May 1977:

Duncan Robertson: Toward an Aesthetic of the Conteur: The Folie Trista Poems         

Keith Busby: The Character of Gauvain in the Prose Tristan  

Ruthmarie H. Mitsch: The Monologues of Tristan in the Tristan of Thomas

Jacqueline T. Schaefer: Tristan’s Folly: Feigned or Real?       

Marjorie D. Wade: Gottfried von Strassburg’s Elder Isolde: Daz Wise Wip

Vol. 3, # 2, May 1978:

Nancy H. Owen and Lewis J. Owen:The Structure and Function of the Tristram in Malory’s  Morte Darthur 

E. L. Goodman: Pisanello and the Prose Tristan: The Arthurian Murals at Mantua

Pedro F. Campa: The Spanish Tristán: State of Research and New Directions

Vol. 4, # 1, November 1978:

Elissa Weaver: Tristan Studies in Italy: A Review of Current Scholarship 

Donald L. Hoffman: Cult and Culture: "Courtly Love" in the Cave and the Forest

Judith P. Shoaf: The Owl Dialogue in Thomas’ Tristan          

Zacharias P. Thundy: Potion in Guthlac B and the Tristan Romances

Vol. 4, # 2, May 1979:

André de Mandach: Legend and Reality: Recent Excavations
and Research in Cornwall Concerning Tristan and Isolt            

Joan M. Ferrante: Artist Figures in The Tristan Stories       

Harvey L. Sharrer: Malory and the Spanish and Italian Tristan Texts: The Search for the Missing Link                               

Robert W. Selcer: Yvan Lagrange: Impressions of a Filmmaker (Interview)                                                                        

Jean Charles Payen: Le Tristan et Yseut de Lagrange Comme un Anti-Tristan                                              

Vol. 5, # 1, Autumn 1979:

Susan Dannenbaum: Doubling and Fine Amor in Thomas’ Tristan 

Georgianna Ziegler: The Hunt as Structural Device in Malory’s Morte Darthur  

James M. Gibson: The Book of Sir Tristram and the Chronology of Malory’s Le Morte Darthur 

Vol. 5, # 2, Spring 1980:

Edward J. Gallagher: Le Roman de Tristan et Iseut: Joseph Bédier, rénovateur of Béroul and Thomas

Jean-Charles Payen: Le palais de verre dans la Folie d’ Oxford. De la folie métaphorique à la folie vécue, ou : le rêve de l’île déserte à l’heure de l’exil : notes sur l’érotique des Tristan

Gillian Eisele: Don Tristán de Leonís y don Tristan el Joven: a Reappraisal of the 1534 Sequel to Don Tristán de Leonís

Vol. 6, # 1, Autumn 1980:

Jacqueline T. Schaefer: Towards a Poetics of the Mediaeval Tristanian Universe: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of the Folie Tristan Poems           

Jerome Mitchell: Scott’s Use of the Tristan-Story in the Waverley Novels    

Michael Harry Blechner: Tristan in Letters: Malory, C. S. Lewis,  Updike

Vol. 6, # 2, Spring 1981:

Jacqueline T. Schaefer: Towards a Poetics of the Mediaeval Tristanian Universe: A Computer-Assisted Analysis of the Folie Tristan Poems (Part II: Conclusion)

Joan C. Dayan: The Figure of Isolde in Gottfried’s Tristan: Towards a Paradigm of Minne

Vol. 7, # 1-2, Autumn 1981 – Spring 1982:

Harvey L. Sharrer: Letters in the Hispanic Prose Tristan Text       

Marie-Claire Gérard-Zai: La Légende de Tristan et Iseut et Chrétien de Troyes 

Dayle Seidenspinner-Núñez: The Sense of an Ending: The Tristán Romance in Spain 

Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner: The Folie Tristan d’Oxford: Speaking Voice, Written Text 

Pedro F. Campa: The Spanish Tristán Ballads     

Vol. 8, # 1, Autumn 1982:

J. Keith Atkinson: Beroul’s Dinas and His Seven Kingdoms         

James V. McMahon: Music in Gottfried’s Tristan       

Edward J. Gallagher: Une Reconstitution à la Viollet-le-Duc:
More on Bédier’s Roman de Tristan et Iseut  

Vol. 8, # 2, Spring 1983:

Renée Curtis: Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde: The Transformation
of a Medieval Legend

E. Jane Burns: How Lovers Lie Together: Infidelity and Fictive Discourse in the Roman de Tristan   

William Z. Shetter: Visualizing literary imagination. A Print exploring Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan  

Vol. 9, # 1, Autumn 1983 – Spring 1984:

Danielle Buschinger: Le fragment du Roman de Tristan bas-francique [cod. Vind.Ser.Nov. 3968]   

William C. McDonald: Character Portrayal in Eilhart’s Tristrant  

Michael S. Batts: Research Since 1945 on Gottfried’s Tristan

Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner: The Representation of the Lover’s Death: Thomas’ Tristan As Open Text – Gothic Type

Gail Finney: Linguistic Inversion as Subversion: Gottfried’s Tristan as an Interpretive Model for Nineteenth-Century Fiction

Reginald Hyatte: Tristan’s Curving Bow: The Arms of Love’s Revenge in Beroul’s Tristran  

Kathryn J. Crecelius: George Sand’s Valentine: Tristan and Iseut in The Berry          

Vol. 10, ## 1-2, Autumn 1984 – Spring 1985:

Donald L. Hoffman Dinadan: The Excluded Middle     

Jean-Luc Giddey: Le haut et le bas dans le Tristan de Béroul

Philip Grundlehner: Gottfried von Strassburg and the Crisis of Language                                             

Danielle Buschinger: L’image du marchand dans les romans de Tristan en France et en Allemagne                                              

Robert L. Surles: "Herido está don Tristán:" Distance, Point of View and "Piggy-Back" Poetics"     

Vol. 11, ## 1-2, Autumn 1986 – Spring 1987:

Servanne F. Woodward: Triomphe de l’ordre dans la Forêt du Morrois          

Collette-AnneVan Coolput: "Por Deviser Comment": L’Evolution de la Formule dans le Tristan en Prose   

Alexander Schwarz: The Shoemaker’s Tristans 

Selected Papers from the

FIRST INTERNATIONAL TRISTAN AND ISOLDE CONFERENCE, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston, MA, October 10-12, 1985:

John Westling: Welcome           

Pierre Brunel: Claudel and the Tristan Myth 

William H. Matheson: Response to Pierre Brunel, "Claude et le Mythe de Tristan"                    

Jonna Kjaer: Disguise and Communication in the French Verse Tradition of the Tristan Legend    

Vol. 12, ## 1-2, Autumn 1986 – Spring 1987:

Janina P. Traxler: An Analysis of Brunor in the Prose Tristan  

Ernst S. Dick: Gottfried’s isolde: Coincidentia Oppositorum?   

Julia Kurtz: The Multiple Endings of Ferido está don Tristán: Triumph of the Flesh or the Spirit?                                              

William C. McDonald and Ulrich Müller: Tristan in Deep-Structure: Raja Rao’s The Serpent and the Rope (1960), a Paradigmatic Case of Intercultural Relations  

Selected Papers from the

FIRST INTERNATIONAL TRISTAN AND ISOLDE CONFERENCE, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, Boston, MA, October 10-12, 1985:

Paul Schach: Thomas the Britain and Snorri the Icelander      

Alison Adams: The Old French Tristan Poems and the Tradition

Kathryn Gravdal: Fragmentation and Imagination in the Old French Tristan: Marie de France’s Lai du chievrefoil

Vol. 13, ## 1-2, Autumn 1987 – Spring 1988:

Brian Pitts: Writing and Remembering in Béroul’s Roman de Tristan: The Role of Origin in the Second Hermit Episode   

Dayle Seidelspinner-Núñez: Fathers and Sons: Notes on the Evolution of the Romance Hero   

Selected Conference Papers:

Pierre Kunstman: Symbole et interpretation: le message de Tristan dans le Chèvrefeuille                                                            

Rebecca Cochran: Swinburne’s Fated Lovers in Tristram of Lyonesse        

Ülle Erika Lewes: The Originality of the Farewell Scene in Gottfried’s Tristan                                                                 

Peter Meister: Wounds and Healing in Gottfried’s Tristan       

Vol. 14, 1993:

Danielle Buschinger: La composition et le sens du Tristan de Heinrich von Freiberg

Raymond J. Cormier: Frappier, Eilhart, and the Roman de Tristan

Laura Doyle Gates: Precisions on the Use of Irony in Béroul’s Tristan

Claudia Marie Kovach: Floating "Tristan": Distortions, Indeterminacy and Différance Within the Integrated Corpus

William C. McDonald: niuwe or niuwan ritterschaft (v. 458)? Concerning niuwe in the Tristan of Gottfried von Strassburg

Guy R. Mermier: Thomas’ (or Beroul’s) Innovations: A Reassessment

Ann-Marie Eva Nilsson: Amour et Maternité dans Tristan et Yseut

Colleen Wallenbrock: Ambiguity in the Symbolic Elements in Beroul’s Tristan

Vol. 15, 1994:

Juliet Hohenberg Thompson: Identity and the Creative Hero In Four Twelfth-Century Tristan Stories

Kevin T. Grimm: Tristan et Palamedes: The Thematic Center of the Prose Legend

Janina P. Traxler: The Use and Abuse of the Grail Quest: Ironic Juxtaposition in the Tristan en prose

Brigitte Linden: La Réception du roman de Tristan en France de la fin de 18e jusqu’au commencement du 20e siècle

Jean E. Jost: Deception as a Structural Principle in Gottfried’s Tristan und Isolde

Ruthmarie H. Mitsch: The Other Isolde

Ulrich Müller: The Living Tristan: The Faeroese Tistram-Ballad

Anne Berthelot: Les "Enfances Tristan" dans le roman en prose: Comment apprivoiser un mythe

Amrollah Abjadian: Arnold’s Tristram and Iseut or the World Well Lost

Jean-Marc Pastré: Fin’amor, amour courtois et amour tristanien: le « Tristan » de Gottfried de Strasbourg

Vol. 16, 1995:

Albrecht Classen: Intertextualität und Quellenbezug: Gotfrieds von Straßburg Tristan und der Morîz von Craûn

Jeffrey R. DiLeo: The Divine Structure of Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan: God, Transcendence, and Coincidentia Oppositorium

Mari-José Heijkant: Iseut aux Blanches Mains dans le Tristano Riccardiano: Le motif de l’ homme entre deux femmes et le motif de la femme abandonnée

Shigemi Sasaki: Le Feu et la Fruite: le Tristan de Béroul et les autres Romans de Tristan

Albrecht Classen: Tristan(t) als Mönch – an Introduction

Tristan as a Monk
English Translation by J. W. Thomas, Lexington, KY

Vol. 17, 1996:

Ernst S. Dick: The Hunted Stag and the Renewal of Minne:
Bast in Gottfried’s Tristan

Edward J. Gallagher: Bédier and the Tristan Legend: The Case of the Bridge Quest Episode

Sebastian Iragui: The Southern Version of the Prose Tristan: The Italo-Iberian Translations and their French Source

Charles Pastoor: Mark and Tristram as Parody in Sir Malory’s Book of Sir Tristram De Lyones

Jean-Marc Pastré: Tristan, Hercule et Indra: les origines du rapt du bétail dans la matière tristanienne

John Richardson: Niuwer David, Niuwer Orpheus: Transformation and Metamorphosis in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan

James A. Schultz: Clothing and Disclosing: Clothes, Class, and Gender in Gottfried’s Tristan

Edith Whitehurst Williams: A Woman’s Struggle for Love and Independence in the History of Western Romantic Love

Vol. 18, 1998:

Molly C. Robinson: Tristan: A Story of Precarious Belonging

Alan Deighton: The Tristan Illustrations in Ms London, Bl Add. 11619, The Roman de Tristan en Prose and the German Tristan Tapestries

Peter Dinzelbacher: Eine unbeachtete Erwähnung des "Romanus des Tristan" aus dem 12. Jahrhundert

Albrecht Classen: Late-Medieval and early-Modern Literary Documents of the Long-Lasting Dissemination of the Tristan Motif: With a particular focus on Tristan in the Volkslieder

André de Mandach: Prolegomena to a New Biography of Gottfried von Straßburg

Joan Tasker Grimbert: In Bédier’s Shadow: French Prose Retellings of the Romance de Tristan et Iseut (1937-85)

Peter Christensen: Jean Cocteau and Jean Delannoy’s L’Eternel Retour: The Nietzsche Connection

Vol. 19, 1999:

Alan Deighton: Prolegomena to a New Biography of Gottfried von Strassburg?

John M. Jeep: Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan and the Tradition of the Alliterating Word-Pair

Albrecht Diem: nu suln ouch wir gesellen sîn – Über Schönheit, Freundschaft und mann-männliche Liebe im Tristan Gottfrieds von Straßburg

William C. McDonald: Tristan, der je manheit wielt: Heinrich von Freiberg’s Tristan as Emblem of Medieval Masculinity

Alain Corbellari: John Updike’s Tristanian Passion

Vol. 20, 2000:

Janina P. Traxler: Hide and Get Lost: Tristan in the Labyrinth of Incognito

Sally L. Burch: "Tu consenz lor cruauté:" the Canonical Background to the Baron’s Accusation in Beroul’s Roman de Tristan

Marie-José Heijkant: The Role of the Father of Iseut in the Italian Versions of the Prose Tristan

Alain Corbellari: Béroul et les choses

Alan Deighton: Visual Representations of the Tristan Legend and Their Written Sources: a Re-Evaluation

Albrecht Classen: August von Platen’s Tristan. A Post-Romantic Version

Vol. 21, 2001-2002:

Anxo Fernández Ocampo: Tristan otiosus dans le débat sur la traduction du Chèvrefeuille

Miriam Rheingold Fuller: Shadow, Support, and Surrogate: Brangein in the Tristan Legends

W. Maurice Sprague: Questioning the Unquestionable: Tradition and Gottfried’s Literary Critique

Albrecht Classen: Humor in German Medieval Literature : Revisiting a Critical Issue With Special Emphasis on the Grotesque in Tristan als Mönch and Heinrich von dem Türlin’s Diu Crône

Christopher R. Clason: Love’s Libations and Dreadful Drinks: the potion of Motif, Love and Despair in Gottfried von Strassburg and in E. T. A. Hoffmann

Phyllis Gaffney: A Double-Sided Mirror: Cocteau’s L’Éternel retour and the Medieval Sources

Vol. 22, 2003:

William Sayers: Some Problems of Technical Vocabulary in the Tristan Corpus: Archery (Béroul), Seafaring (Thomas)

Roberta Morosini: "Prose di romanzi" . . . or novelle?: a Note on Adaptations of "franceschi romanzi." The Case of the Tristano Riccardiano and the Novellino

Siegfried Christoph: Tristan, Love, Honor and Shame Reconsidered

Peter G. Christensen: Daphne Du Maurier and Arthur Quiller Couch’s Castle Dor: History, Romance, and Recurrence

James L. Zychowicz: Reinventing the Gesamtkunstwerk: Gustav Mahler and Alfred Roller’s Modernist Production of Tristan und Isolde

Vol. 23, 2004:

Christopher R. Clason: Intoxicating Illusions and Potent Deceptions: Power, Epistemology and Narration in Gottfried’s Tristan

Melanie McBride: Heroes on Trial: The Judicium Dei and the Changing. Face of Justice in Two Versions of the Tristan Romance

Albrecht Classen: Female Agency and Power in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan: The Irish Queen Isolde: New Perspectives

Joan Tasker Grimbert: John Updike’s Brazil: Tristan & Iseult in Black & White

Jerome V. Reel, Jr.: Tristan in Music in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century

Albrecht Classen: Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan, the Eternal Bread, and Love

Vol. 24, 2006:

Kisha G. Tracy: Character Memory and Reinvention of the Past in Béroul’s Roman de Tristan

Christopher R. Clason: Gottfried’s Continuator Ulrich von Türheim: Epistemology and Language

Gloria Allaire: An Overlooked Italian Manuscript: The Tristano Corsiniano

Salvatore Calomino: Hans Sachs’s Tristrant and the Treatment of Sources

Albrecht Classen: The Tristan-and-Isolde-Motif in Sixteenth-Century Italian Literature: Straparola’s Reception of a Medieval Narrative: A New Source of the Tristan Reception History

Katherine R. Syer: Peter Konwitschny’s Tristan und Isolde: Wagner’s Opera Filtered Through Modern Technology and Critical Perspectives

James L. Zychowicz: Tristan in Film and the Modes of Interpretation

 

Vol. 25, 2009:

1. Dominique Battles
The Heroic Voice in Gottfried von Strassburg’s Tristan    1–24

2. Albrecht Classen
Spatiality in Gottfried von Straßburg’s Tristan:
Social and Lived Space within the Courtly World    25–48

3. Adam Oberlin:
‘Translating’ Tristan: Hákonarsaga and the Possibilities of Translatio    49–68

4. Karen Lurkhur
Tristan in the Old Icelandic Tradition    69–94

5. Molly Robinson Kelly
Le Roi Marc et Iseut aux Blanches Mains: une nouvelle interprétation    95–138

6. Christopher R. Clason:
Thomas Mann’s “Tristan”: Is There Anything Left of Gottfried?    139–154
   
7. Salvatore Calomino:
Sources, Manuscripts, Editions: Ongoing Problems in Research on
“Tristan” Toward 2010 and Beyond    155–174