Haidu, Peter (Editor)
Title Approaches to Medieval Romance (Yale French Studies No. 51)
Binding Trade Paperback
Book Condition Good
Publisher Yale University Press 1974
Seller ID 1527480
Yale University Press. 1974. 252 pp. A scholarly examination of medieval romance, part of Yale's series studying French literature. CONTENTS: Status of the Text - The Nature of Romance - W.T.H. Jackson; The Author in the Text: The Prologues of Chretien de Troyes - Marie-Louise Ollier; Texts and Other Series - Home and Rome, A Device in Epic and Romance: Le Couronnement de Louis and Ile et Galeron - Jean Batany; Tristan, the Myth of the State and the Language of the Self - R. Howard Bloch; Engin in Twelfth Century Romance: an Examination of the Roman d'Eneas and Hue de Rotelande's Ipomedon - Robert W. Hanning; Typologies and Techniques - Monologue, Author's Monologue and Related Problems in the Romances of Chretien de Troyes - Peter Dembowski; Hexagonal and Spiral Structure in Medieval Narrative - Pierre Gallais; Narrativity and Language in Some Twelfth Century Romances - Peter Haidu; Matiere and genera dicendi in Medieval Romance - Douglas Kelly; Spatial Form in Medieval Romance - Norris Lacy; Meaning as Structure - A Semiological Study of Guillaume de Lorris - Jean-Charles Payen; Narrative and Anti-Narrative: Le Roman de la Rose - Paul Zunthor; Translocations - Literary Translation and its Social Conditioning in the Middle Ages: Four Spanish Romance Texts of the 13th Century - Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht; Chaucerian Romance? - Robert M. Jordan; Medieval Fiction and New Novel: Some Polemical Remarks on the Subject of Narrative - Francoise Calin and William Calin. KEYWORDS: MEDIEVAL ROMANCE FRENCH LITERATURE CLASSICS Condition Notes: Wrappers rubbed & toned.
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