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eBook The Romance of the Rose and its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature) ePub

by Sylvia Huot

  • ISBN: 0521417139
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Sylvia Huot
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 26, 1993)
  • Pages: 420
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In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in we The Romance of the Rose was one of the most important works of medieval vernacular literature.

In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in we The Romance of the Rose was one of the most important works of medieval vernacular literature. It was composed in the thirteenth century and exerted a profound influence on literature in France, England, the Netherlands and Italy for the next 200 years

In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in well over 200 surviving manuscripts.

In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in well over 200 surviving manuscripts.

In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in well over 200 surviving manuscripts: annotations, glosses, illuminations, marginal. ISBN13: 9780521039314. Release Date: August 2007.

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In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be. List of illustrations; Acknowledgements; List of manuscripts cited; Introduction; 1. Perspectives on the Roman de la Rose: the text and its manuscript transmission; 2. Intertextual readings of the Rose: marginal glosses and readers' annotations; 3. The profitable, pleasurable Rose: the remaniement of Gui de Mori; 4. Adapting Jean de Meun to Guillaume de Lorris: the Rose of the B manuscripts; 5. Transforming the.

Sylvia Huot - 1993 - Speculum 68 (1):183-185. Studies In Medieval Romance. Poems of Cupid, God of Love: Christine de Pizan's "Epistre au Dieu d'Amours" and "Dit de la Rose"; Thomas Hoccleve's "The Letter of Cupid," with George Sewell's "The Proclamation of Cupid. Thelma S. Fenster, Mary Carpenter Erler. Sylvia Huot - 1993 - Speculum 68 (1):141-142. Elizabeth Eva Leach, E. Machaut's Music: New Interpretations. Sylvia Huot - 1992 - Speculum 67 (2):433-434.

Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech P, 1951. The Romance of the Rose and Its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993. Internal Difference and Meanings in the Roman de la rose. Madison, WI: U of Wisconsin P, 1995. McWebb, Christine, ed. Debating the Roman de la Rose: A Critical Anthology. Routledge Medieval Texts. New York: Routledge, 2007. ISBN 978-0-415-96765-5.

of the Rose' and its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission (Cambridge, 1993) Kay, . The Romance of the Rose (London, 1995) Krueger, . Women Readers and the Ideology o. Women Readers and the Ideology of Gender in Old French Verse Romance (Cambridge, 1993), chapter 8 McWebb, Christine, Debating the ‘Roman de la rose’

The Romance of the Rose and Its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission.

The Romance of the Rose and Its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission.

Sylvia Huot, The Romance of the Rose‹ and Its Medieval Readers: Interpretation, Reception, Manuscript Transmission, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 16, Cambridge 1993Google Scholar. see Ernest Langlois, Les manuscrits du Roman de la Rose‹: Description et classement, Lille and Paris 1910Google Scholar. Félix Lecoy, Classiques Français du Moyen Age, 3 vols. 3. For background on Genius, see Jane Chance Nitzsche, The Genius Figure in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, New York 1975Google Scholar.

The Romance of the Rose was one of the most important works of medieval vernacular literature. It was composed in the thirteenth century and exerted a profound influence on literature in France, England, the Netherlands and Italy for the next 200 years. In this book, Sylvia Huot investigates how medieval readers understood the text, assessing the evidence to be found in well over 200 surviving manuscripts: annotations, glosses, illuminations, marginal doodles, rewritings, expansions and abridgements. This allows a picture to emerge of the interests and concerns of its readers, including such important fourteenth-century figures as the monastic author Guillaume de Deguilleville and the court poet Guillaume de Machaut. The book contains analyses of individual versions of the poem. It offers an interesting perspective on the interpretative difficulties of this learned and complex poem.