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Proverbs In Medieval Occitan Literature

Author : Wendy Pfeffer
ISBN : 0813014808
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"With the cooperation of Shafik's daughters, who made available her three impressionistic, unpublished, and sometimes contradictory memoirs, Nelson has uncovered Shafik's story and brings the life and achievements of this remarkable woman to a Western audience."--BOOK JACKET.

A Bibliographical Guide To The Study Of Troubadours And Old Occitan Literature

Author : Robert A Taylor
ISBN : 9781580442084
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Although it seemed in the mid-1970s that the study of the troubadours and of Occitan literature had reached a sort of zenith, it has since become apparent that this moment was merely a plateau from which an intensive renewal was being launched. In this new bibliographic guide to Occitan and troubadour literature, Robert Taylor provides a definitive survey of the field of Occitan literary studies - from the earliest enigmatic texts to the fifteenth-century works of Occitano-Catalan poet Jordi de Sant Jordi - and treats over two thousand recent books and articles with full annotations. Taylor includes articles on related topics such as practical approaches to the language of the troubadours and the musicology of select troubadour songs, as well as articles situated within sociology, religious history, critical methodology, and psychoanalytical analysis. Each listing offers descriptive comments on the scholarly contribution of each source to Occitan literature, with remarks on striking or controversial content, and numerous cross-references that identify complementary studies and differing opinions. Taylor's painstaking attention to detail and broad knowledge of the field ensure that this guide will become the essential source for Occitan literary studies worldwide.

Proverbs

Author : Wolfgang Mieder
ISBN : 0313326983
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Defines and classifies proverbs, and explores their occurrence in oral tradition, literature, art, and popular culture.

Parergon

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105029372989
Genre : Civilization, Medieval
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Neuphilologische Mitteilungen

Author : Werner Soderhjelm
ISBN : UOM:39015032026653
Genre : Philology, Modern
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office
ISBN : UOM:39015048651890
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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

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Library Of Congress Subject Headings

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South Atlantic Review

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Genre : Languages, Modern
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Learning And Literacy In Medieval England And Abroad

Author : Sarah Rees Jones
ISBN : UOM:39015063227329
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How did people know what they knew, and learn what they learnt? As Derek Pearsall's introduction makes clear this is the primary focus of this collection of essays published in celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the foundation of the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York. The learning materials included range from grammar books to mystery plays, and from court records to monastic chronicles, as well as liturgical and devotional texts. But the essays are not only concerned with texts alone, but with the broader and often fluid social environments in which learning took place. Many of the papers therefore question the validity of some distinctions habitually used in the discussion of medieval culture, such as the opposition between orality and literacy, between Latin and the vernacular or between secular and religious. All but one of the contributors are literary scholars and historians who completed their post-graduate work at the University of York. They are Joyce Hill, John Arnold, Linda Olsen, Janet Burton, Patricia Cullum, Katherine Kerby-Fulton, Deborah Cannon, Pamela King, and Stacey Gee. Katherine Zieman, although not a York graduate, is a most welcome contributor to the volume.

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