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Translatio studii: Essays by His Students in Honor of Karl D. Uitti on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789042005136
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/29/2000
  • Series: Faux Titre Series
  • Pages: 349
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments. Preface. The Published Works of Karl D. Uitti. Peter F. DEMBOWSKI: Karl David Uitti: A Biographical Sketch. Grace Morgan ARMSTRONG: Engendering the Text: Marie de France and Dhuoda. Renate BLUMENFELD-KOSINSKI: Sexual and Textual Violence in the Femme d'Arras Miracle by Gautier de Coincy. Kevin BROWNLEE: Mimesis, Authority, and Murder in Jean Froissart's Voyage en Béarn. Marina SCORDILIS BROWNLEE: Oh, Ambivalent Organ: Fertile Tongues and Circumcised Lips in Medieval Spain. Jean DORNBUSH: 'Songes est Senefiance': Macrobius and Guillaume de Lorris' Roman de la Rose . Nancy VINE DURLING: Women's Visible Honor in Medieval Romance: The Example of the Old French Roman du Comte de Poitiers. Patricia E. GRIEVE: Paradise Regained in Vida de Santa María Egipçiaca: Harlots, the Fall of Nations and Hagiographic Currency. Edward A. HEINEMANN: Low-Level Computing as an Aid to the Study of Repetition in the Chanson de geste. Sylvia HUOT: Confronting Misogyny: Christine de Pizan and the Roman de la Rose. Claire NOUVET: A Reversing Mirror: Guillaume de Lorris' Roman of the Rose. Elizabeth W. POE: A Bird in the Hand: Toward an Informed Reading of En Peire, per mon chantar bel (PC 335,23 = PC 453,1). Earl Jeffrey RICHARDS: Where are the Men in Christine de Pizan's City of Ladies? Architectural and Allegorical Structures in Christine de Pizan's Livre de la Cité des Dames . Duncan ROBERTSON: Authority and Anonymity: The Twelfth-Century French Life of St. Mary the Egyptian. David ROLLO: William of Malmesbury, Gerbert of Aurillac and the Excavation of the Campus Martius. Debora B. SCHWARTZ: Par bel mentir: Chrétien's Hermits and Clerkly Responsibility. Mary B. SPEER: Gaston Paris, Philologist and Mytographer: Discursive Doubling and Methodological Stalemate. Lori WALTERS: Parody and the Parrot: Lancelot References in the Chevalier du Papegau. Contributors.
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