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Vernacular Poetics in the Middle Ages (Colorado Rail Annual) epub

by Lois Ebin


Vernacular Poetics in the Middle Ages (Colorado Rail Annual) epub

ISBN: 0918720222

ISBN13: 978-0918720221

Author: Lois Ebin

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: History & Criticism

Language: English

Publisher: Medieval Institute Publications (July 15, 1984)

Pages: 309 pages

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In poetics, Snorra Edda was central, but insights from Classical learning were used to supplement it in the Third and the .

In poetics, Snorra Edda was central, but insights from Classical learning were used to supplement it in the Third and the Fourth Grammatical Treatises. A comparison between Snorri's description of metrical form in Htatal and Latin metrics reveals fundamental differences. O NE OF THE MOST popular Latin religious works of the Middle Ages was the Liber de passione Christi et doloribus et planctus Matris eius which was formerly attributed to Saint Bernard of Clairvaux but has lately been attributed to the Italian Cistercian abbot Ogerius de Locedio (1136–1214). 1 Thematically, the Liber de passione Christi is what is generally known as a Planctus Mariae ('The Laments.

Lois Ebin Vernacular Poetics in the Middle Ages (Studies in Medieval Culture, 16). ISBN 13: 9780918720191. Vernacular Poetics in the Middle Ages (Studies in Medieval Culture, 16). Lois Ebin.

Rather than seeing vernacular writers' reflections on their art, as found in prologues, epilogues and interpolations in literary texts, as merely deriving from established Latin traditions, Walter Haug shows that they marked the gradual emancipation of an independent vernacular poetics that went hand in hand with changing narrative forms.

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Vernacular Aesthetics in the Later Middle Ages explores the formal composition, public performance, and popular reception of vernacular poetry, music, and prose within late medieval French and English cultures. This collection of essays considers the extra-literary and extra-textual methods by which vernacular forms and genres were obtained and examines the roles that performance and orality play in the reception and dissemination of those genres, arguing that late medieval vernacular forms can be used to delineate the interests and perspectives of the subaltern.

This volume deals with the attitudes and assumptions about poetry of vernacular writers from the eleventh to the fifteenth century. In contrast to most previous studies, the essays consider not only the formal poetics, but, more importantly, the self-conscious examination of poetry which is increasingly evident in the poems themselves in this period as writers turn from Latin to the imperfect, mutable language of the vernacular. From different perspectives, the essays explore the poets' changing conceptions of their roles and their efforts to develop an effective medium in the vernacular. In the largely neglected dialogue between poets which underlies many medieval poems, the essays reveal an important reassessment of the value and effect of poetry. -from the Introduction.