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Till Eulenspiegel is the most famous German folk hero, a roving jester whose exploits, translated into dozens of languages, and influencing composers such as Richard Strauss, have fascinated and delighted millions for nearly five hundred years. This is the first translation of the earliest known complete edition of 1515, with interpolations from previous fragments. Its introduction recreates the historical context of the tales, while exploring their meanings and considering the controversial question of their authorship.
This edition also includes the entire set of sixteenth-century woodcuts, which perfectly illustrate Till Eulenspiegel's piercing and bawdy wit.
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