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Chaucer's Constance and accused queens.

Author: Margaret Schlauch
Publisher: New York, New York University Press, 1927.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Named Person: Geoffrey Chaucer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Schlauch
OCLC Number: 599716
Description: viii, 142 pages 24 cm
Contents: I: INTRODUCTORY. Chaucer's Constance as an accused queen --
The queen in Esmoreit compared to Constance II: ACCUSED QUEEN IN FOLK-TALES. The accusation of infanticide : Infanticide in Märchen ; Infanticide among primitive people --
The accusation of animal birth : Primitive belief in animal birth --
Motivation of the persecution : The father as persecutor --
evidence that he is a matriarchal ruler trying to prevent the succession of a son-in-law ; The mother-in-law as persecutor --
evidence that she is a matriarchal character --
Other Märchen types III: THE ACCUSED QUEEN IN ROMANCE : FOLK-TALE SURVIVALS. The Constance-cycle --
The swan children cycle IV: THE ACCUSED QUEEN IN ROMANCE : THE ADVENT OF THE VILLAIN. The Octavian-cycle --
The Valentine-cycle V: THE ACCUSED QUEEN IN ROMANCE : THE VILLAIN AS SOLE ACCUSER. The ambitious accuser --
The seneschal as accuser --
The lover and dwarf as accusers --
Persecutors in pious tales --
The brother-in-law as accuser --
Summary Appendix I: Additional analogues of Esmoreit --
Appendix II: Summaries of romances --
Appendix III: Chaucer, Gower, and Trivet.
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