BeschreibungThe essays in this volume celebrate the career of the distinguished medievalist, Ronald Waldron. Fittingly, they focus on the Middle English alliterative tradition, but do not exclude material in other areas. Acting as a linking theme is a concern with the relationship of texts to their contexts, whether historical, philosophical, linguistic, or codicological. Topics discussed include feasting in Middle English alliterative poetry; setting and context in the works of the Gawain-poet; Henryson's Testament of Cresseid; Layamon; and Middle English verse in Chronicles.Contributors: MALCOLM ANDREW, ROSAMUND ALLEN, RALPH HANNA, SUSAN POWELL, JANE ROBERTS, JEREMY SMITH, DEREK PEARSALL, N.F. BLAKE, JULIA BOFFEY, A.S.G. EDWARDS, JANET COWEN, ROGER DAHOOD, ELTON D. HIGGS, GEORGE KANE.
InhaltsverzeichnisSetting and context in the works of the Gawain-Poet, Malcom Andrew; performance and structure of the alliterative "Morte Arthure", Rosamund S. Allen; feasting in Middle English alliterative poetry, Ralph Hanna; untying the knot - reading "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", Susan Powell; two "Laymon" readings, Jane Roberts; semantics and metrical form in "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight", Jeremy J. Smith; "Quha wait gift all that Chauceir wrait was trew?" Henryson's testament of Cresseid, Derek Pearsall; the links in "The Canterbury Tales", Norman Blake; Middle English verse in chronicles, Julia Boffey, A.S.G Edwards; an English reading of Boccaccio - a selective Middle English version of Boccaccio's "De Mulieribus Claris" in British Library MS Additional 10304, Janet M. Cowen; temporal and spiritual indebtedness in "The Canterbury Tales", Elton D. Higgs; notes on Chaucer, George Kane.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BOYDELL & BREWER INC
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2000
Seitenanzahl: 202 Seiten