- 電気通信大学紀要 (ISSN:09150935)
- vol.24, no.1, pp.77-109, 2012-02-01
The author in this bulletin provides translations and commentaries of four literary works supposed to have been created in various times of medieval Russia.These translations have two different orientations. One of them is that of medieval Russian preaching and we will treat here "The Preach of the metropolitan Hiralion on the Law and the Grace", supposed to have been written <P>The other orientation is that of Russian orthodox legends about the tragically killed princes and we treat here "The legend of saint Vaclav", "The chronicle tale of the murder of Andrei Bogoliubsky" and "'The legend of Michail Jaroslavich of Tver'". This literary tradition began in the latter part of the 11th century with the tales about Boris and Gleb, which we have translated in the precedent number of this bulletin.