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Machaut and the medieval apprenticeship tradition : truth, fiction and poetic craft

Author: Douglas Kelly
Publisher: Woodbridge (Suffolk, England) ; Rochester, New York : D.S. Brewer, 2014. ©2014
Series: Gallica (Woodbridge (Suffolk, England))
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Guillaume de Machaut was celebrated in the later Middle Ages as a supreme poet and composer, and accordingly, his poetry was recommended as a model for aspiring poets. In his 'Voir dit, toute belle', a young, aspiring poet, convinces the Machaut figure to mentor her. This volume examines 'Toute belle' as she masters Machaut's dual arts of poetry and love, focusing on her successful apprenticeship in these arts; it  Read more...
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Kelly, Douglas.
Machaut and the medieval apprenticeship tradition : truth, fiction and poetic craft.
Woodbridge (Suffolk, England) ; Rochester, New York : D.S. Brewer, ©2014
xx, 356 pages
Named Person: Guillaume, de Machaut; Guillaume, de Machaut; Guillaume, de Machaut; Guillaume, de Machaut
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Kelly
ISBN: 9781782042426 1782042423
OCLC Number: 876041744
Description: 1 online resource (380 pages).
Contents: Frontcover; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Note on References and Quotations; Introduction; Part I: An Art of Love; 1 Machaut's Evolving Conception of Good Love; 2 The Vicissitudes of Good Love: A Quandary?; Part II: An Art of Poetry; 3 The Scope of Toute Belle's Art of Poetry; 4 Examples and Their Reconfiguration; 5 The Debate Mode; Part III: Machaut's Legacy in Poetry and Music; 6 Machaut as Pre-Text: Imitation and Emulation; 7 Melodie; Afterword; Bibliography of Primary Sources; Bibliography of Secondary Studies; Index; Backcover.
Series Title: Gallica (Woodbridge (Suffolk, England))
Responsibility: Douglas Kelly.

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