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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. The collection includes studies of the most representative authors, genres, works and current fields of research interest, ranging from the court and the city, the world of chivalry, the literature of love, religious literature, drama and the artes texts. The essays draw on the idea of a common tradition in medieval literature, originating in France and shared by other literatures of western Europe. To facilitate the reader's understanding of the European context in which Dutch literature developed, a comparative chronological survey provides an overview of the main cultural, historical and literary events between 1150 and 1500. The bibliography includes details of published English translations of medieval Dutch texts discussed. Table of contents: List of contributors Preface Map Introduction Erik Kooper Part I. Court and City: 1. Court and city culture in the Low Countries from 1100 to 1530 W. Prevenier 2. Middle Dutch literature at Court Frits van Oostrom 3. Heralds, knights and travelling Wim van Anrooij 4. The rise of urban literature in the Low countries Herman Pleij Part II. The World of Chivalry: 5. Middle Dutch Charlemagne romances and the oral tradition of the Chansons de geste Evert van den Berg and Bart Besamusca 6. The prologue to Arturs Doet, the Middle Dutch translation of La Mort le Roi Artu in the Lancelot Compilation Bart Besamusca and Orlanda S. H. Lie 7. Episodic Arthurian romances: The Roman van Walewein J. D. Janssens Part III. Reynard the Fox: 8. Words and deeds in the Middle Dutch Reynaert stories Paul Wackers Part IV. The Literature of Love: 9. Dirc Potter, a Medieval Ovid A. M. J. van Buuren 10. Hovedans: fourteenth-century dancing songs in the Rhine and Meuse area Frank Willaert Part V. Religious Literature: 11. The Saint and the world: The Middle Dutch Voyage of Saint Brendan Clara Strijbosch 12. Hadewijch: mystic poetry and courtly love J. Reynaert 13. The modern devotion and innovation in Middle Dutch literature Th. Mertens Part VI. Artes Texts: 14. A fourteenth-century vernacular poetics: Jan Van Boendale's 'How Writers should Write', with a translation into Modern English by Erik Kooper W. P. Gerritsen, H. van Dijk, Orlanda S. H. Lie and A. M. J. van Buuren 15. From food therapy to cookery book Ria Jansen-Sieben Part VII. Drama: The drama texts in the Van Hulthem manuscript H. van Dijk Appendix A. Bibliography of translations Appendix B. Chronological table Index. This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. Collection of essays shedding new light on medieval Dutch literature set in its socio-historic and cultural context. 343 pages - 1 map Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. The collection includes studies of the most representative authors, genres, works and current fields of research interest, ranging from the court and the city, the world of chivalry, the literature of love, religious literature, drama and the artes texts. The essays draw on the idea of a common tradition in medieval literature, originating in France and shared by other literatures of western Europe. To facilitate the reader's understanding of the European context in which Dutch literature developed, a comparative chronological survey provides an overview of the main cultural, historical and literary events between 1150 and 1500. The bibliography includes details of published English translations of medieval Dutch texts discussed. Table of contents: List of contributors Preface Map Introduction Erik Kooper Part I. Court and City: 1. Court and city culture in the Low Countries from 1100 to 1530 W. Prevenier 2. Middle Dutch literature at Court Frits van Oostrom 3. Heralds, knights and travelling Wim van Anrooij 4. The rise of urban literature in the Low countries Herman Pleij Part II. The World of Chivalry: 5. Middle Dutch Charlemagne romances and the oral tradition of the Chansons de geste Evert van den Berg and Bart Besamusca 6. The prologue to Arturs Doet, the Middle Dutch translation of La Mort le Roi Artu in the Lancelot Compilation Bart Besamusca and Orlanda S. H. Lie 7. Episodic Arthurian romances: The Roman van Walewein J. D. Janssens Part III. Reynard the Fox: 8. Words and deeds in the Middle Dutch Reynaert stories Paul Wackers Part IV. The Literature of Love: 9. Dirc Potter, a Medieval Ovid A. M. J. van Buuren 10. Hovedans: fourteenth-century dancing songs in the Rhine and Meuse area Frank Willaert Part V. Religious Literature: 11. The Saint and the world: The Middle Dutch Voyage of Saint Brendan Clara Strijbosch 12. Hadewijch: mystic poetry and courtly love J. Reynaert 13. The modern devotion and innovation in Middle Dutch literature Th. Mertens Part VI. Artes Texts: 14. A fourteenth-century vernacular poetics: Jan Van Boendale's 'How Writers should Write', with a translation into Modern English by Erik Kooper W. P. Gerritsen, H. van Dijk, Orlanda S. H. Lie and A. M. J. van Buuren 15. From food therapy to cookery book Ria Jansen-Sieben Part VII. Drama: The drama texts in the Van Hulthem manuscript H. van Dijk Appendix A. Bibliography of translations Appendix B. Chronological table Index. This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. Collection of essays shedding new light on medieval Dutch literature set in its socio-historic and cultural context. 343 pages - 1 map Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. The collection includes studies of the most representative authors, genres, works and current fields of research interest, ranging from the court and the city, the world of chivalry, the literature of love, religious literature, drama and the artes texts. The essays draw on the idea of a common tradition in medieval literature, originating in France and shared by other literatures of western Europe. To facilitate the reader's understanding of the European context in which Dutch literature developed, a comparative chronological survey provides an overview of the main cultural, historical and literary events between 1150 and 1500. The bibliography includes details of published English translations of medieval Dutch texts discussed.Table of contents:List of contributors Preface Map Introduction Erik Kooper Part I. Court and City: 1. Court and city culture in the Low Countries from 1100 to 1530 W. Prevenier 2. Middle Dutch literature at Court Frits van Oostrom 3. Heralds, knights and travelling Wim van Anrooij 4. The rise of urban literature in the Low countries Herman Pleij Part II. The World of Chivalry: 5. Middle Dutch Charlemagne romances and the oral tradition of the Chansons de geste Evert van den Berg and Bart Besamusca 6. The prologue to Arturs Doet, the Middle Dutch translation of La Mort le Roi Artu in the Lancelot Compilation Bart Besamusca and Orlanda S. H. Lie 7. Episodic Arthurian romances: The Roman van Walewein J. D. Janssens Part III. Reynard the Fox: 8. Words and deeds in the Middle Dutch Reynaert stories Paul Wackers Part IV. The Literature of Love: 9. Dirc Potter, a Medieval Ovid A. M. J. van Buuren 10. Hovedans: fourteenth-century dancing songs in the Rhine and Meuse area Frank Willaert Part V. Religious Literature: 11. The Saint and the world: The Middle Dutch Voyage of Saint Brendan Clara Strijbosch 12. Hadewijch: mystic poetry and courtly love J. Reynaert 13. The modern devotion and innovation in Middle Dutch literature Th. Mertens Part VI. Artes Texts: 14. A fourteenth-century vernacular poetics: Jan Van Boendale's 'How Writers should Write', with a translation into Modern English by Erik Kooper W. P. Gerritsen, H. van Dijk, Orlanda S. H. Lie and A. M. J. van Buuren 15. From food therapy to cookery book Ria Jansen-Sieben Part VII. Drama: The drama texts in the Van Hulthem manuscript H. van Dijk Appendix A. Bibliography of translations Appendix B. Chronological table Index.This book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape.Collection of essays shedding new light on medieval Dutch literature set in its socio-historic and cultural context.343 pages - 1 mapVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Medieval Dutch Literature

Collection of essays shedding light on medieval Dutch literature set in its socio-historic and cultural context.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521402224
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521402220
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1994
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
343 Pages
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0521402220

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0-521-40222-0, 978-0-521-40222-4


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