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|Title:||Elena y María: electronic text|
TEI Markup: Quintanar, Abraham, Technical advisor: Gorman, Peter C.
|Edition:||UW-Madison TEI edition|
|Extent:||ca. 40 Kb|
|Publisher:||University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries|
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|Series:||Latin American and Iberian Studies Collection / Spanish and Portuguese: Medieval|
General Editor: Villar, Luis M., Editorial Assistance: Quintanar, Abraham
Written in the second half of the XIII century, by unknown writer, this poem is part of the literary tradition of debate, applied here to a love theme. Elena and María argue about what is best: the love of a knight or the love of a clergyman. Not being able to solve their disagreement, they decide to attend the court of king Oriol, known for his great judgment in love cases.
|Title:||Elena y María|
Edited by: Menéndez Pidal, Ramón
|Publisher:||Instituto Miguel de Cervantes|
|Series:||Revista de Filología Española|
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R. Menéndez Pidal's 1914 edition is reproduced as close as possible within this series' editorial constraints.
Italics are reserved for the expanded text represented by the bevigraphs.
Suppressed palatal nasals are expanded.
Menéndez Pidal's textual emendations are included in brackets within the text.
Menéndez Pidal's corrections and emendations to the scribal hand are treated as glosses, translated into English, and included in footnotes numbered by line number.
Foliation is treated in notes at the LEFT MARGIN margin with a virgule, ''|'', within the text marking the beginning of each folio.
Page breaks are according to Menéndez Pidal's 1914 edition, not the manuscript's foliation.
The Tironian "et" present in the source text is represented by an ampersand: ''&''.
Punctuation is regularized.