Si sai encor moult bon estoire, chançon moult bone et anciene : studies in the text and context of old French narrative in honour of Joseph J. Duggan (Book, 2015) [WorldCat.org]
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Si sai encor moult bon estoire, chançon moult bone et anciene : studies in the text and context of old French narrative in honour of Joseph J. Duggan

Author: Sophie Marnette; John F Levy, (Independent scholar); Leslie Zarker Morgan; Joseph J Duggan
Publisher: Oxford : The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature, MMXV.
Series: Medium Aevum monographs.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Professor Joseph J. Duggan, emeritus professor at the University of California (Berkeley) is an eminent scholar of Medieval Studies who has written seminal works on Romance Literatures (and Old French Epics in particular). His work ranges from editions of medieval classics such as the Chanson de Roland to articles about troubadours' lyrics and a monograph on Chrétien de Troyes. Here, fifteen contributions from his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sophie Marnette; John F Levy, (Independent scholar); Leslie Zarker Morgan; Joseph J Duggan
ISBN: 9780907570301 0907570305
OCLC Number: 915888807
Language Note: Essays in English and French.
Description: xxx, 379 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Joseph J. Duggan: visionary scholar and 'mensch' / Annalee C. Rejhon --
Publication by Joseph J. Duggan --
Dissertations directed by Joseph J. Duggan --
1 Charlemagne and William of Orange in the Vita sancti Willelmi and the Franco-Italian Mort Charlemagne / Alice Colby-Hall --
2 The sacrifical logic of the Chanson de Girart de Roussillon / Mary Franklin-Brown --
3 Battle at court: the onset of war in Garin le Loherain and its prose adaptations / Catherine M. Jones --
4 Le personnage de Flordespine dans Gaufrey: subtilité, finesse et ruse / Bernard Guidot --
5 Contours of the laisse and transmission of the chanson de geste: examples from the Chanson de Roland, the Charroi de Nîmes and Prise d'Orange / Edward A. Heinemann --
6 Enchaînemen: what it is, what it isn't and why it makes a difference / John F. Levy --
7 Sur les syntagmes chanson de geste, chanter de geste et chanter de...+ anthroponyme: contextes, uages et polémiques / Lacques E. Merceron --
8 Charlemagne croquemort dans le Roland Rimé: les raisons d'un geste et l'étymologie d'un mot / Giovanni Palumbo --
9 Calogrenant's prologue / David F. Hult --
10 Framing discourse: three versions of De la Damoiseke qui ne pooit oïr parler de foutre / Sophie Marnette --
11 Arthur, Alexander, and Renart in the workshop / Keith Busby --
12 Renaut de Montauban et la Chronique de France jusqu'en 1380 / François Suard --
13 Arthur and Gormund: conquest, domination and assimilation on Wace's Roman de Brut / Jean Blacker --
14 Warlordism in the Cantar de Mio Cid / Michael P. Harney --
15 A snapshot of Franco-Italian: romance and epic in the Gonzaga Inventory of 1407 / Leslie Zarker Morgan.
Series Title: Medium Aevum monographs.
Other Titles: Studies in the text and contest of old French narrative in honour of Joseph J. Duggan
Responsibility: edited by Sophie Marnette, John F. Levy, and Leslie Zarker Morgan.

Abstract:

Professor Joseph J. Duggan, emeritus professor at the University of California (Berkeley) is an eminent scholar of Medieval Studies who has written seminal works on Romance Literatures (and Old French Epics in particular). His work ranges from editions of medieval classics such as the Chanson de Roland to articles about troubadours' lyrics and a monograph on Chrétien de Troyes. Here, fifteen contributions from his former students and colleagues offer literary, narratological, philological, and contextual studies of the texts he has taught and researched over his long and prestigious career.

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