6 edition of The Cambridge Companion to Medieval French Literature (Cambridge Companions to Literature) found in the catalog.
April 30, 2008
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Simon Gaunt (Editor), Sarah Kay (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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Medieval French literature encompasses years of literary output in Old and Middle French, mostly produced in Northern France and England.
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The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Law and Literature addresses this need by combining an authoritative guide through the bewildering maze of medieval law with concise examples illustrating how the law infiltrated literary texts during this : Candace Barrington. THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO MEDIEVAL FRENCH LITERATURE Medieval French literature encompasses years of literary output in Old and Middle French, mostly produced in Northern France and England.
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A guide to reference works on various aspects of medieval French language is included as an Appendix. As mention of the Norman conquest indicates, the geographical range of medieval French literature was not coterminous with present-day France.
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This Companion presents fifteen original and engaging essays by leading scholars on one of the most influential genres of Western literature. Chapters describe the origins of early verse romance in twelfth-century French and Anglo-Norman courts and analyze the evolution of verse and prose romance in France, Germany, England, Italy, and Spain throughout the Middle Ages.4/5(27).This Companion spans four full centuries to survey this most formative and turbulent era in the history of literature in English.
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