Poetry Knowledge And Community In Late Medieval France
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📒Poetry Knowledge And Community In Late Medieval France ✍ Rebecca Dixon
✏Poetry Knowledge and Community in Late Medieval France Book Summary : The role of poetry in the transmission and shaping of knowledge in late medieval France.
📒Authorship And First Person Allegory In Late Medieval France And England ✍ Stephanie A. V. G. Kamath
✏Authorship and First person Allegory in Late Medieval France and England Book Summary : An examination of medieval vernacular allegories, across a number of languages, offers a new idea of what authorship meant in the late middle ages.
📒Knowing Poetry ✍ Adrian Armstrong
✏Knowing Poetry Book Summary : In the later Middle Ages, many writers claimed that prose is superior to verse as a vehicle of knowledge because it presents the truth in an unvarnished form, without the distortions of meter and rhyme. Beginning in the thirteenth century, works of verse narrative from the early Middle Ages were recast in prose, as if prose had become the literary norm. Instead of dying out, however, verse took on new vitality. In France verse texts were produced, in both French and Occitan, with the explicit intention of transmitting encyclopedic, political, philosophical, moral, historical, and other forms of knowledge. In Knowing Poetry, Adrian Armstrong and Sarah Kay explore why and how verse continued to be used to transmit and shape knowledge in France. They cover the period between Jean de Meun’s Roman de la rose (c. 1270) and the major work of Jean Bouchet, the last of the grands rhétoriqueurs (c. 1530). The authors find that the advent of prose led to a new relationship between poetry and knowledge in which poetry serves as a medium for serious reflection and self-reflection on subjectivity, embodiment, and time. They propose that three major works—the Roman de la rose, the Ovide moralisé, and Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy—form a single influential matrix linking poetry and intellectual inquiry, metaphysical insights, and eroticized knowledge. The trio of thought-world-contingency, poetically represented by Philosophy, Nature, and Fortune, grounds poetic exploration of reality, poetry, and community.
📒Sacred Fictions Of Medieval France ✍ Maureen Barry McCann Boulton
✏Sacred Fictions of Medieval France Book Summary : A study of the immensely popular "lives" of Christ and the Virgin in medieval France.
📒Shaping Courtliness In Medieval France ✍ Daniel E. O'Sullivan
✏Shaping Courtliness in Medieval France Book Summary : The question of what medieval "courtliness" was, both as a literary influence and as a historical "reality", is debated in this volume.
✏Viator Book Summary :
✏International Medieval Bibliography Book Summary : Lists articles, notes, and similar literature on medieval subjects in journals, Festschriften, conference proceedings, and collected essays. Covers all aspects of medieval studies within the date range of 450 to 1500 for the entire continent of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa for the period before the Muslim conquest and parts of those areas subsequently controlled by Christian powers.
✏Le Cygne Book Summary :
📒Tributes To Lucy Freeman Sandler ✍ Lucy Freeman Sandler
✏Tributes to Lucy Freeman Sandler Book Summary : The 25 tributes in this volume testify to the many achievements of Lucy Freeman Sandler in medieval manuscript studies. They present a wide range of material on many little known facets of medieval manuscripts as well as new interpretations of better-known works.
✏The Chaucer Review Book Summary :