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Louise Faymonville

Louise Faymonville

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Arbetar vid Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet
E-post louise.faymonville@su.se
Besöksadress Universitetsvägen 10 D
Rum 646 SUB
Postadress Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet 106 91 Stockholm

Forskning

I mitt avhandlingsprojekt undersöker jag den medeltida fornsvenska höviska litteraturen ur ett texthistoriskt perspektiv. Projektet inbegriper dels en övergripande textanalytisk studie utifrån utgåvor av medeltida litteratur på folkspråk, dels en nyfilologisk närstudie utifrån textvittnena av Hertig Fredrik av Normandie.

Publikationer

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  • 2017. Louise Faymonville. Arkiv för nordisk filologi 132, 153-178

    This article examines the linguistic variation and paleographical phenomena in the 15th century Old Swedish manuscript Codex Thott 4 4:o. The manuscript contains the Pentateuch Paraphrase, the oldest known Bible text in the Swedish vernacular. A comparison between Cod. Thott 4 4:o and Codex Holm A 1, the other remaining Old Swedish manuscript containing the Pentateuch Paraphrase, reveals significant linguistic variation even though the manuscripts are thought to share a common source. Cod. Thott 4 4:o has been considered the work of one person, an experienced scribe, albeit not always consistent in his actions. One of the most interesting features of Cod. Thott 4 4:o is that the linguistic variation vis-à-vis Cod. Holm A 1 seems unevenly distributed. This seeming inconsistency of the Cod. Thott 4 4:o scribe also seems to somewhat correlate with paleographical phenomena. A combination of analyses of the linguistic variation vis-à-vis Cod. Holm A 1 and the paleographical phenomena in Cod. Thott 4 4:o suggests that Cod. Thott 4 4:o could in fact be the work of two scribes with somewhat different work principles. Similar to Haukur Erlendsson in Hauksbók, one of the scribes of Cod. Thott 4 4:o frequently changes and adapts his material whereas the other scribe more often follows the source.

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Senast uppdaterad: 24 september 2018

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