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Oral-Formulaic Theory: Annotated Bibliography

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1958 - H elmut de Boor and Wolfgang Mohr. "Formel." In Reallexicon der deutschen Literaturgeschichte, vol 1. Ed. Werner Kohlschmidt and Wolfgang Mohr. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. pp. 471-76.

A definition and history of the term Formel, tracing its origi n to Latin formula and its function in the Roman practice of law. Shows its application to literature, cults, and magic, particularly as a literary device in Germanic works reflecting a pre-Christian orientation and also in examples of MHG works. Added s ection on its use in Protestant church songs.
Area: MHG, GM, CP