マリー・ド・フランスは誰だったか<br>The Anonymous Marie De France

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マリー・ド・フランスは誰だったか
The Anonymous Marie De France

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 367 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780226059686
  • DDC分類 841.1

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2003. Argues that Marie is among the most complex, selfconscious, provocative, and sophisticated writers of her time-the Joyce of the twelfth century.

Full Description


"The Anonymous Marie de France" offers a fundamental reconception of the person generally assumed to be the first woman writer in French, the woman now referred to as Marie de France. Written by renowned medievalist R. Howard Bloch, it is the first book to consider all of the writing ascribed to Marie, including her famous "Lais", her 103 animal fables, and the earliest vernacular, "Saint Patrick's Purgatory". Marie is, Bloch asserts, one of the most self-conscious, sophisticated, and disturbing figures of her time - a writer whose works reveal an acute awareness not only of her role in the preservation of cultural memory, but also of the transformative psychological, social, and political effects of her writing within an oral tradition. "The Anonymous Marie de France" recovers the central achievements of one of the most pivotal figures in French literature. It is a study that will be of enormous value to medievalists, literary scholars, historians of France, and anyone interested in the advent of female authorship.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Note on Texts xi
Introduction 1 (24)
The Word Aventure and the Adventure of Words 25 (26)
Aventure 26 (3)
Lai 29 (3)
History, Philology, and the Quest for 32 (4)
Origins
The Obligation to Speak 36 (3)
The Will to Remember 39 (3)
``Guigemar'' 42 (9)
If Words Could Kill: The Lais and Fatal 51 (32)
Speech
Marie mal mariee 57 (11)
``Lanval'' and ``Laustic'' 68 (6)
``Equitan'' and ``Le Fresne'' 74 (5)
``Bisclavret'' 79 (4)
The Voice in the Tomb of the Lais 83 (28)
``Eliduc'' 83 (6)
``Les Deus Amanz'' and ``Chaitivel'' 89 (9)
``Milun'' and ``Chevrefoil'' 98 (10)
``Yonec'' 108(3)
Beastly Talk: The Fables 111(28)
The Fables and the Lais 112(7)
Speech Acts in the Fables 119(12)
An Ethics of Language 131(8)
Changing Places: The Fables and Social 139(36)
Mobility at the Court of Henry II
Scholasticism and the Fables 141(8)
Abelardian Ethics 149(3)
Appetite and Envy 152(7)
Logic and the Body 159(4)
Changing Habitat 163(5)
Social Mobility 168(7)
Marie's Fables and the Rise of the 175(31)
Monarchic State
Right Reason and the Moral 181(6)
Town and Court and Royal Peace 187(5)
Measure, Timing, and Alertness 192(5)
Marie's Social Contract 197(9)
A Medieval ``Best Seller'' 206(35)
Chivalric Adventure 209(16)
Doors In and Out of the Otherworld 225(4)
In and Out of Another Tongue 229(5)
Making the Dead Speak 234(7)
Between Fable and Romance 241(26)
Making the Dead See 243(6)
Testimony and Transcription 249(6)
Genesis of the Tale 255(5)
Remembering What the Dead Have Said and 260(7)
Seen
The Anglo-Norman Conquest of Ireland and 267(44)
the Colonization of the Afterlife
Patrick the Administrator 276(3)
The Norman and Irish Peace Movement 279(2)
Ecclesiastical Reform and the Cistercian 281(3)
Presence
The Civil Governance of Captured Land 284(1)
The Invention of Purgatory and the 285(11)
Bureaucratization of the Afterlife
Purgatory and the Law 296(15)
Conclusion 311(10)
Notes 321(36)
Index 357