The Familiar Enemy

Titre : The Familiar Enemy
Auteur : Ardis Butterfield
Éditeur : Oxford University Press
ISBN-13 : 9780199574865
Libération : 2009-12-10

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The Familiar Enemy re-examines the linguistic, literary, and cultural identities of England and France within the context of the Hundred Years War. It reassesses the concept of 'nation' in this period through a wide-ranging discussion of writing produced in war, truce, or exile from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century, concluding with reflections on the retrospective views of this conflict created by the trials of Jeanne d'Arc and by Shakespeare'sHenry V. Ardis Butterfield considers authors writing in French, 'Anglo-Norman', English, and the comic tradition of Anglo-French 'jargon', including Machaut, Deschamps, Froissart, Chaucer, Gower, Charles d'Orléans, as well as many lesser-known or anonymous works. Traditionally Chaucer has been seen as aquintessentially English author. This book argues that he needs to be resituated within the deeply francophone context, not only of England but the wider multilingual cultural geography of medieval Europe.

Queenship Gender and Reputation in the Medieval and Early Modern West 1060 1600

Titre : Queenship Gender and Reputation in the Medieval and Early Modern West 1060 1600
Auteur : Zita Eva Rohr
Éditeur : Springer
ISBN-13 : 9783319312835
Libération : 2016-10-08

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This edited collection opens new ways to look at queenship in areas and countries not usually studied and reflects the increasingly interdisciplinary work and geographic range of the field. This book is a forerunner in queenship and re-invents the reputations of the women and some of the men. The contributors answers questions about the nature of queenship, reputation of queens, and gender roles in the medieval and early modern west. The essays question the viability of propaganda, gossip, and rumor that still characterizes some queens in modern histories. The wide geographic range covered by the contributors moves queenship studies beyond France and England to understudied places such as Sweden and Hungary. Even the essays on more familiar countries explores areas not usually studied, such as the role of Edward II’s stepmother, Margaret of France in Gaveston’s downfall. The chapters clearly have a common thread and the editors’ summary and description of the collection is valuable in assisting the reader. The collection is divided into two sections “Biography, Gossip, and History” and “Politics, Ambition, and Scandal.” The editors and contributors, including Zita Eva Rohr and Elena Woodacre, are scholars at the top of their field and several and engage and debate with recent scholarship. This collection will appeal internationally to literary scholars and gender studies scholars as well historians interested in the countries included in the collection.

Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles

Titre : Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles
Auteur : Juliana Dresvina
Éditeur : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN-13 : 9781443844284
Libération : 2012-12-18

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This volume is an attempt to discuss the ways in which themes of authority and gender can be traced in the writing of chronicles and chronicle-like writings from the early Middle Ages to the Renaissance. With major contributions by fourteen authors, each of them specialists in the field, this study spans full across the compass of medieval and early modern Europe, from England and Scandinavia, to Byzantium and the Crusader Kingdoms; embraces a variety of media and methods; and touches evidence from diverse branches of learning such as language and literature, history and art, to name just a few. This is an important collection which will be of the highest utility for students and scholars of language, literature, and history for many years to come.

Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia

Titre : Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia
Auteur : Noel Fallows
Éditeur : Boydell Press
ISBN-13 : 9781843835943
Libération : 2010

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This book traces the rise and fall of the joust in Iberia, between the late fourteenth and late sixteenth centuries, when it was supplanted by the more innocuous cane game and the spectacle of the bull-run. It focuses on three jousting treatises written by practising champions at the time: Ponc de Menaguerra's Lo Cavaller (`The Knight', 1493); Juan Quijada de Reayo's Doctrina del arte de la cavalleria (`Doctrine of the Art of Chivalry, 1548); and Luiz Zapata's Del Justador (`Of the Jouster', c.1589-93). It presents editions, with the first English translation, of these important texts, together with introductions and analytical study; there are also chapters on the arms and armour of the joust. It is richly illustrated with nearly 200 colour and black and white illustrations, many never previously published, which illuminate the sometimes complex technical terminology used by these authors, and provide further evidence of how weapons and armour were actually used. Noel Fallows is Professor of Spanish and Associate Dean, University of Georgia.

Telling the Story in the Middle Ages

Titre : Telling the Story in the Middle Ages
Auteur : Kathryn A. Duys
Éditeur : Boydell & Brewer Ltd
ISBN-13 : 9781843843917
Libération : 2015-06-18

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New examinations of the role storytelling played in medieval life.

Autour du XVe si cle

Titre : Autour du XVe si cle
Auteur : Paola Moreno
Éditeur : Librairie Droz
ISBN-13 : 2870192924
Libération : 2008

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This volume is the fruit of the closing symposium of the International Franqui Chair, which was held by Alberto Varvaro in 2003-2004. Under the impetus of the University of Liège, represented by Paola Moreno and Giovanni Palumbo, and with the participation of colleagues, students and friends from Belgium and beyond, the conference was a collective analysis and development of the most recent research concerning not only Jean Froissart, but also historiography, novel and lyric production at the end of the Middle Ages, in France and the rest of the Romance world.

Original et originalit

Titre : Original et originalit
Auteur : Olivier Delsaux
Éditeur : Presses univ. de Louvain
ISBN-13 : 9782875580221
Libération : 2011-12-20

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Au moyen âge, l'auteur et ses activités semblent bien loin de nos conceptions modernes du droit d’auteur et de l’originalité. C’est pourtant à l’époque médiévale qu’émerge, parallèlement à l’apparition du concept d’individu, le concept d’original...

La vois des hiraus

Titre : La vois des hiraus
Auteur : Catherine R. Blunk
Éditeur : ProQuest
ISBN-13 : WISC:89098969397
Libération : 2008

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In my dissertation I discuss the textual conventions employed to describe tournaments and their accompanying festivities, such as banquets and processions. In this study I outline these conventions and propose that the method of close examination of their variations offers fresh insights into the medieval texts of my corpus taken both individually and in their wider intertextual context. Furthermore, I perform this of analysis in its codicological context through first-hand examination of the manuscript illuminations and mise en page of the tournament scenes in my corpus. The works of my corpus reflect a wide variety of European courts in both the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, are written in both verse and prose, and include romance, chivalric biography, and chronicle. These works are Jehan de Saintre, Perceforest, Ysaye le Triste, Froissart's Meliador, Le livre des faits de Jacques de Lalaing, Froissart's Chroniques, Olivier de La Marche's Memoires, a selection of les Grandes Chroniques de France as well as excerpts from chronicles by Michel Pintoin, Pierre Cochon, Jean Chartier, Guillaume Leseur, Enguerrand de Monstrelet, and Jean Le Fevre de Saint-Remy. I use these texts, as well as several extant pas d 'armes accounts, to identify and analyze the romance tournament convention, the entry convention, and the pas d'armes convention. The conclusions I reach are manifold. First, analysis of the variations of these conventions in their codicological context offers interpretations of many of these texts which may better approximate authorial intent and contemporary reception than previous readings. Second, the investigation of less-commonly examined chronicles underscores the need to recognize and appreciate the nature of heraldic documents and their impact on fifteenth-century tournament accounts. Third, the results of these analyses sometimes challenge assumptions regarding the nature of some Burgundian works as well as tournaments in general. Finally, this study emphasizes the need to venture beyond the usual confines of "literary" genres and to recognize that textual patterns crossed these boundaries regularly in the middle ages.

manuscrit Saint Vincent de Besan on Biblioth que municipale ms 865

Titre : manuscrit Saint Vincent de Besan on Biblioth que municipale ms 865
Auteur : Jean Froissart
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 2600011005
Libération : 2007

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Villes en guerre

Titre : Villes en guerre
Auteur : Christiane Raynaud
Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Provence
ISBN-13 : 9782821882812
Libération : 2017-07-07

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À la fin du Moyen Âge, la guerre de siège est l’essentiel et le contrôle des villes est un enjeu majeur. Elles ont les ressources matérielles, humaines et morales pour opposer à l’ennemi une résistance prolongée. La succession ou la simultanéité des conflits, petits ou grands, bouleverse leur quotidien. La confrontation des sources d’archives et des textes littéraires permet de prendre la mesure de ces modifications. Le logement des gens de guerre, troupes étrangères au corps social, à ses usages et à ses valeurs affecte les modes de vie. Les conditions de travail évoluent avec l’afflux des réfugiés, le ravage du plat pays, la mise en place d’une économie de guerre et les limitations de la circulation des personnes et des biens. La pression fiscale s’intensifie et grève les budgets. Les tensions s’accentuent et le tissu social se déchire. Les adversaires se livrent à une guerre de propagande qui trouble les esprits. Avec la paix, intervient le travail de mémoire nécessaire à la refondation du pacte social. Il se manifeste surtout par des cérémonies commémoratives et la rédaction de chroniques. Le récit des événements subit de nombreux avatars : travestissements, silences, recompositions, ajouts. Reste que de l’Italie à l’Espagne, des villes d’Empire à celles du royaume de France, les sources témoignent de manière concordante et impressionnante des souffrances des citadins.