By Fritz Peter Knapp
GLMF I behandelt ausführlich die Träger des kulturellen Austauschs im geistlichen Bereich sowie die Ausstrahlung der gallolateinischen Enzyklopädien, Allegorien, lyrischen und dichtungstheoretischen Werke. Daneben wird die Übernahme der lateinischen Predigt, Erbauungsliteratur, Bibelexegese, Bibelepik, Artesliteratur, Philosophie und Theologie aus Frankreich summarisch und in der Verflechtung von bildungs- und volksprachlichen Texten aufgeführt.
By David Aers
By T. Pearman
By Christopher Tanfield
In ebook X, the tale strikes from a council of the gods, through an outline of Aeneas's go back by way of sea to his beleaguered Trojan camp, to a bloody box of conflict. We see Aeneas for the 1st time as a heroic warrior, but in addition bothered by way of the searing ache of loss because the younger son of his new best friend, entrusted to him by way of his father, is killed. Aeneas is for now cheated of his revenge, a revenge that is the preoccupation of the remainder of the poem. He does, although, slay the son of a champion of the competition after which the champion himself, in scenes which re-emphasise that pain.
The middle of the booklet, the place Aeneas and his allies sign up for the fray, constitutes the OCR choice. it's an immensely robust disagreement among violence and compassion, cruelty and nobility.
By Stephen Mossman
contemplative existence in enclosed convents; to his confreres, newcomers and scholars within the mendicant orders; and the literate voters of the burgeoning mercantile centres. it really is 3 of those pragmatic concerns, relevant to past due medieval spiritual lifestyles, round which this booklet is dependent: the eagerness of
Christ, the sacrament of the Eucharist, and the devotion to the Virgin Mary. The dominant methods taken in the direction of each one of those within the fourteenth-century church represented complicated demanding situations to Marquard; demanding situations which he met in a particular and influential demeanour, certainly not based on the affectively-charged devotional practices inspired by means of many inside and with out his order, and so frequently thought of normative for past due medieval spiritual tradition. the unique voice with
which Marquard spoke is made transparent in the course of the position of his oeuvre in the pan-European context of the debates during which his works take part. The ethos his works projected redetermined the trajectory of highbrow existence in Germany into the 15th century and beyond.
By Evangelos Karakasis
By Diane Watt
Medieval Women's Writing addresses those key questions:
- Who have been the 1st ladies authors within the English canon?
- What can we suggest via women's writing within the center Ages?
- What can we suggest by way of authorship?
- How can learning medieval writing give a contribution to our realizing of women's literary history?
Diane Watt argues that girl consumers, audiences, readers, or even topics contributed to the creation of texts and their meanings, no matter if written by means of males or girls. in simple terms an knowing of textual construction as collaborative permits us to understand totally women's engagement with literary tradition. This radical rethinking of early womens literary background has significant implications for all students engaged on medieval literature, on principles of authorship, and on women's writing in later classes. The ebook turns into usual studying for all scholars of those debates.
By N. Elias
By Burkhard / Schiewer, Hans-Jochen / Suerbaum, Almut Hasebrink
By Gail Holst-Warhaft,David R. McCann,William W. Hallo,Stephanie W. Jamison,Thomas Lamarre,Paul Rouzer,Keith W. Taylor