John Gower And The Limits Of The Law
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📒John Gower And The Limits Of The Law ✍ Conrad van Dijk
✏John Gower and the Limits of the Law Book Summary : An examination of the ways in which Gower's poetry engages with contemporary law and legal questions.
📒The Routledge Research Companion To John Gower ✍ Ana Saez-Hidalgo
✏The Routledge Research Companion to John Gower Book Summary : The Routledge Research Companion to John Gower reviews the most current scholarship on the late medieval poet and opens doors purposefully to research areas of the future. It is divided into three parts. The first part, "Working theories: medieval and modern," is devoted to the main theoretical aspects that frame Gower’s work, ranging from his use of medieval law, rhetoric, theology, and religious attitudes, to approaches incorporating gender and queer studies. The second part, "Things and places: material cultures," examines the cultural locations of the author, not only from geographical and political perspectives, or in scientific and economic context, but also in the transmission of his poetry through the materiality of the text and its reception. "Polyvocality: text and language," the third part, focuses on Gower’s trilingualism, his approach to history, and narratological and intertextual aspects of his works. The Routledge Research Companion to John Gower is an essential resource for scholars and students of Gower and of Middle English literature, history, and culture generally.
✏Theorizing Legal Personhood in Late Medieval England Book Summary : Theorizing Legal Personhood in Late Medieval England offers an account of the fluidity and artificiality of legal personhood before the individualistic turn in law vis-à-vis juristictional pluralism.
📒The Cambridge Companion To Medieval English Law And Literature ✍ Candace Barrington
✏The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Law and Literature Book Summary : A comprehensive and wide-ranging account of the interrelationship between law and literature in Anglo-Saxon, Medieval and Tudor England.
📒John Gower Trilingual Poet ✍ Elisabeth M. Dutton
✏John Gower Trilingual Poet Book Summary : John Gower wrote in three languages - Latin, French, and English - and their considerable and sometimes competing significance in fourteenth-century England underlies his trilingualism. The essays collected in this volume start from Gower as trilingual poet, exploring Gower's negotiations between them - his adaptation of French sources into his Latin poetry, for example - as well as the work of medieval translators who made Gower's French poetry available in English. "Translation" is also considered more broadly, as a "carrying over" (its etymological sense) between genres, registers, and contexts, with essays exploring Gower's acts of translation between the idioms of varied literary and non-literary forms; and further essays investigate Gower's writings from literary, historical, linguistic, and codicological perspectives. Overall, the volume bears witness to Gower's merit and his importance to English literary history, and increases our understanding of French and Latin literature composed in England; it also makes it possible to understand and to appreciate fully the shape and significance of Gower's literary achievement and influence, which have sometimes suffered in comparison to Chaucer. Elisabeth Dutton is Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. Contributors: Elisabeth Dutton, Jean Pascal Pouzet, Ethan Knapp, Carolyn P. Collette, Elliot Kendall, Robert R. Edwards, George Shuffleton, Nigel Saul, David Carlson, Candace Barrington, Andreea Boboc, Tamara F. O'Callaghan, Stephanie Batkie, Karla Taylor, Brian Gastle, Matthew Irvin, Peter Nicholson, J.A. Burrow, Holly Barbaccia, Kim Zarins, Richard F. Green, Cathy Hume, John Bowers, Andrew Galloway, R.F. Yeager, Martha Driver
📒On John Gower ✍ Robert F. Yeager
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📒The Monumental Remains Of Noble And Eminent Persons ✍ Edward Blore
✏The Monumental Remains of Noble and Eminent Persons Book Summary :
📒John Gower The Medieval Poet ✍ Masayoshi Itô
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📒Fathers And Daughters In Gower S Confessio Amantis ✍ Maria Bullon-Fernandez
✏Fathers and Daughters in Gower s Confessio Amantis Book Summary : Gower's preoccupation with the authority of fathers (and of kings) employed to illustrate his relation to his text.
📒A Topographical Dictionary Of Wales ✍ Samuel Lewis
✏A Topographical Dictionary of Wales Book Summary :