Marie de France and the poetics of memory

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Marie, -- de France, -- 12th cent. -- Criticism and interpret
StatementLogan E. Whalen.
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WINNER of the SOUTH CENTRAL MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION PRIZE for BEST SCHOLARLY OR CRITICAL BOOK FOR Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory presents the first exhaustive treatment of the rhetorical use of description and memory in all the narrative works of the late 12th-century poet, Marie de France--the first woman to compose literary texts in by: 7.

Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory presents the first exhaustive treatment of the rhetorical use of description and memory in all the narrative works of the late 12th-century poet, Marie de France--the first woman to compose literary texts in by: 7.

"Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory presents the first exhaustive treatment of the rhetorical use of description and memory in all the narrative works Marie de France and the poetics of memory book the late 12th-century poet, Marie de France - the first woman to compose literary texts in French.

Marie de France’s Lais and Fables reveal a poetics of memory through vocabulary that implicitly or explicitly evokes this aspect of literary topical invention, and through a plan of detailed descriptions that render objects and events visible to the imagination, helping the audience later to recall the narrative sequence.

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Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory presents the first exhaustive treatment of the rhetorical use of description and memory in all the narrative works of the late 12th-century poet, Marie de France--the first woman to compose literary texts in French.

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.

Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory Logan E. Whalen Published by The Catholic University of America Press Whalen, Logan E. The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory in Medieval Culture. cambridge: cambridge University Press, “Marie de France et la légende du Purgatoire de saint Pa-trice.” Romanische Forschun no.

4 Cited by: 7. Marie de France and the poetics of memory. [Logan E Whalen] Presents the rhetorical use of description and memory in the works of Marie de France, the first woman to compose literary texts in French.

This book discusses Marie's literary plan in light of Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0. 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.

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Washington, D.C., Catholic University of America Press, pages. "When reflecting on the frequency with which she makes reference to the act of memory, it is indeed surprising that in the myriad scholarly writings devoted to Marie de France over the past.

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 by: 6.

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The Lais of Marie de France are a series of twelve short narrative Breton lais by the poet Marie de France. They are written in the Anglo-Norman and were probably composed in the late 12th century. The short, narrative poems generally focus on glorifying the concept of courtly love through the adventures of their main characters.5/5(5).

Marie de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and lived in England during the late 12th century. She lived and wrote at an undisclosed court, but was almost certainly at least known about at the royal court of King Henry II of England.

Virtually nothing is known of her life; both her given name and its geographical specification come from her manuscripts, though one. Marie de France was the author of four works in French verse written in the late twelfth century (c.

s–90s): the Fables, a collection of short moral narratives with animal or human protagonists; the Lais, 12 stories about love relationships, often with otherworldly elements; the Espurgatoire seint Patriz, an account of a knight's visit to the afterlife; and the Vie seinte Audree, the Author: Claire M.

Waters. 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.

His publications include Marie de France and the Poetics of Memory (Catholic University of America Press, ). Review Quotes ‘’These provocative articles add a rich new fare to the ongoing debate as to what can be known about Marie de France and her writings’’ James H.

Dahlinger, Le Moyne by: 6. With Two Further Lais in the Original Old French. Author: Marie France; Pubpsher: Penguin UK ISBN: Category: Poetry Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Marie de France (fl.

late twelfth century) is the earliest known French woman poet and her lais - stories in verse based on Breton tales of chivalry and romance - are among the finest of the genre. Marie de France (fl. to ) was a poet who was probably born in France and lived in England during the late 12th century.

She 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 manuscripts.

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 : Medieval.

"Chevrefoil" is a Breton lai by the medieval poet Marie de France. The eleventh poem in the collection called The Lais of Marie de France, its subject is an episode from the romance of Tristan and title means "honeysuckle," a symbol of love in the poem."Chevrefoil" consists of lines and survives in two manuscripts, Harley or MS H, which contains all the Lais, and in.

Marie de France (fl. to ) was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and lived in England during the late 12th century. She 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 England.

Virtually nothing is known of her life; both her given name and its geographical specification come from her manuscripts. H-France Review Volume 9 () Page H-France Review Vol. 9 (May ), No.

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68 Logan E. Whalen, Marie de France and the Poetics of gton, DC: The Catholic University of America Press, xii + pp. Appendices, table, notes, bibliography. Leonard, Bonnie Herrmann, Marie de France and the Poetics of Translation, Ph.

dissertation, University of Pennsylvania,p. Le Saux, Françoise, «"Gloser la lettre": identity and power in the poetry of Marie de France», Writers of the Reign of Henry II: Twelve Essays, éd. Ruth Kennedy et Simon Meecham-Jones, New York, Palgrave.

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Years ago--it must have been Dodie Bellamy and Kevin hosted the Small Press Traffic 60th birthday party/reading for Albiach who remained in her apartment on the outskirts of Paris. «A frenchwoman in England writes for a Norman court: Marie de France», A New History of French Literature, éd.

Hollier, Cambridge (MA), Harvard University Press,p. Freeman, Michelle A., «Marie de France’s poetics of silence: the implication for a.

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The eleventh poem World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. Marie de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and lived in England during the late 12th century.

She lived and wrote at an undisclosed court but was almost certainly at least known about at the royal court of King Henry II of England.

Virtually nothing is known of her life; both her given name and its geographical specification come from her manuscripts though one.

Although the works of Marie de France seem to abide by gender roles on the surface, a certain amount of depth can be understood when the reader takes a closer look at the text. Indeed, aspects of heroic knights and chivalric code appear in her works but there is a tone of mockery in the description of the conventions of society and : Jessica Medeiros.

The first will be called Commodities Beyond Avarice, a study of the concept of the commodity as it was understood in medieval culture and explored in great literary works such as Beowulf (& other Old English works, prose & poetry), Marie de France’s Lanval (& its Middle English descendants), Sir Amadace and other romances, and Chaucer’s The.North American Poetry Poetics, Aesthetics, Politics.

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Paris. 15, 16, 17 October ♥ Book Title: A Companion to Marie de France ♣ Name Author: Logan Whalen ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: X ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: RjTemgeEUs0C Download File Start Reading ☯ Full Synopsis: "Presenting traditional views alongside new critical approaches, the chapters in this book present fresh.