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
Wrappers rubbed & toned. 1974 Trade Paperback. 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.