„How I wish I had your looks! If only you had some sense in you, God would have left you nothing to wish for.“

—  Wolfram von Eschenbach, Ôwî wan wær dîn schœne mîn! dir hete got den wunsch gegebn, ob du mit witzen soldest lebn. Bk. 3, st. 124, line 18; p. 74.
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Ôwî wan wær dîn schœne mîn!<br/>dir hete got den wunsch gegebn,<br/>ob du mit witzen soldest lebn.

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