3 edition of A companion to Marie de France found in the catalog.
A companion to Marie de France
Logan E. Whalen
Includes bibliographical references (p. -320) and index.
|Statement||edited by Logan E. Whalen|
|Series||Brill"s companions to the Christian tradition -- v. 27, Brill"s companions to the Christian tradition -- v. 27.|
|LC Classifications||PQ1495 .W42 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 335 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||2011003475|
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A Companion to Marie de France. Yet Marie de France remains today one of the most prominent literary voices of the end of the 12th century and was the first woman of letters to write in French. The chapters in this book are composed by scholars who have specialized in Marie de France studies, in most cases for many years. Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find The Lais of Marie De France () by France, Marie De/5(K).
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Get this from a library. A companion to Marie de France. [Logan E Whalen] -- After nearly eight centuries and much research and writing on Marie de France, the only biographical information we know about her, with any degree of certainty, is that she was from France and wrote.
Marie de France is the author of some of the most influential and important works to survive from the middle ages; arguably best-known for her 'Lais', she also translated Aesop's A companion to Marie de France book (the 'Ysopë'), and wrote the 'Espurgatoire seint Patriz' (St Patrick's Purgatory), based on a Latin : Sharon Kinoshita, Peggy McCracken.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xiv, pages) Contents: Introduction --Chapter One The Prologues and the Epilogues of Marie de France --Chapter Two Marie de France and the Learned Tradition --Chapter Three The Wound, the Knot, and the Book: Marie de France and Literary Traditions of Love in the.
Marie de France is the author of some of the most influential and important works to survive from the middle ages; arguably best-known for her Lais, she also translated Aesop's Fables (the Ysopë), and wrote the Espurgatoire seint Patriz (St Patrick's Purgatory), based on a Latin text.
The aim of this Companion is both to provide information on what can be gleaned of her life, and on her. Book Description: Marie de France is the author of some of the most influential and important works to survive from the middle ages; arguably best-known for her Lais, she also translated Aesop's Fables (the Ysopë), and wrote the Espurgatoire seint Patriz (St Patrick's Purgatory), based on a Latin text.
A Companion to Marie de France Series: Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, Volume: 27; The Wound, The Knot, And The Book: Marie De France And Literary Traditions Of Love In The Lais. Chapter Four. Literary And Socio-Cultural Aspects Of The Lais Of Marie De France.
Chapter Five. Marie De France And The Anonymous : Charles Brucker. In the s, an author who identifies herself as 'Marie' dedicated a collection of Breton stories or lais to a 'noble reis', most likely Henry II Plantagenet.
Some time later, a 'Marie' who announces that she is 'de France' penned the Fables, which she says she translates from King Alfred's English translation of Aesopic tales; these she dedicated to 'le cunte Willame'.
Frequently Cited Works Introduction Chapter 1. The Prologues and the Epilogues of Marie de France Logan E. Whalen Chapter 2. Marie de France and the Learned Tradition Emanuel J. Mickel, Jr. Chapter 3. The Wound, the Knot, and the Book: Marie de France and Literary Traditions of Love in the Lais Roberta L.
Krueger Chapter 4. Literary and Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Lais of Marie de France Cited by: 6. Bibliothèque nationale de France: BnF, Arsenal Library, Ms. fol. “Hear, my lords, the words of Marie.” 12 th century Anglo-Norman poet, Marie insists of speaking in her own voice in her lais, short poems critical to the romance, a genre crucial for women writers and can read her lais here.
To read more about Marie, look at this site by student Bernice Barrera. Free Online Library: A Companion to Marie de France.(Brill's companions to the Christian tradition, 27, Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews.
Marie de France (fl. to ) was a poet, possibly born in what is now France, who lived in England during the late 12th lived and wrote at an unknown court, but she and her work were almost certainly known at the royal court of King Henry II of lly nothing is known of her life; both her given name and its geographical specification come from her : Lais, fables, saints' lives.
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Places in France Every Woman Should Go is a book I open up often, and I always have several copies on hand, as it is a delightfully elegant gift!!/5(75).A Close Reading of Marie de France Lanval: A Feminist Approach Marie de France is very well-known for placing the women of her Lais into roles of power and fortitude.
This was very uncommon for her time period, as Marie lived in the male-dominated world of the twelfth century. Some written.