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The invention of literary subjectivity

Author: Michel Zink
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1999.
Series: Parallax (Baltimore, Md.)
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In The Invention of Literary Subjectivity, Michel Zink traces the rise of subjectivity in the lyrics of the French medieval period and examines both biographies and histories written by Abelard, Raymond Lulle, and Joinville. Between the realms of allegory and the claims of royal privilege, between the spiritual inheritance of scriptures and the secular appeal of epics and songs, Zink observes, a literature emerged  Read more...
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Zink, Michel.
Invention of literary subjectivity.
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1999
(OCoLC)681459876
Named Person: Louis, King of France; Louis, King of France; Louis, King of France
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michel Zink
ISBN: 0801859670 9780801859670
OCLC Number: 39013800
Description: xi, 263 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. Subjectivity and Narrativity. A Change in Literary Consciousness: The Language of Romance. From Lyric Poetry to Personal Poetry: The Ideal of Love and the Anecdote of the Self --
II. Subjectivity and Time. Periods and Dates in Literary Works. The Present Interior: Allegory and Subjectivity --
III. Monodic Writings.
Series Title: Parallax (Baltimore, Md.)
Other Titles: Subjectivité littéraire autour du siècle de Saint Louis.
Responsibility: Michel Zink ; translated by Davis Sices.
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In The Invention of Literary Subjectivity, Michel Zink traces the rise of subjectivity in the lyrics of the French medieval period and examines both biographies and histories written by Abelard, Raymond Lulle, and Joinville. Between the realms of allegory and the claims of royal privilege, between the spiritual inheritance of scriptures and the secular appeal of epics and songs, Zink observes, a literature emerged that delighted in expressing personality and points of view.

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