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In quest of Marie de France, a twelfth-century poet

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marie, de France, 12th cent. -- Criticism and interpretation.

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    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited, with an introduction by Chantal A. Maréchal.
    SeriesMedieval and Renaissance series ;, v. 10, Medieval and Renaissance series (Lewiston, N.Y.) ;, v. 10.
    ContributionsMaréchal, Chantal A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ1495 .I5 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 294 p. ;
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1720955M
    ISBN 10077349586X
    LC Control Number92024244

    Authorama offers a good selection of free books from a variety of authors, both current and classic. The Lais Of Marie De The lais of Marie de France are a series of twelve short narrative Breton lais by the poet Marie de France. They are written in Anglo- Norman and were probably composed in . Books; Literature and Poetry; Biography, Literature & Literary studies; Literature: history & criticism; Literary studies: poetry & poets; Print this page. In Quest of Marie De France, a Twelfth-Century Poet - Medieval and Renaissance Series Chantal A Maréchal (31 Jan ) | English. Not available for sale.

    In quest of Marie de France, a twelfth-century poet Book Author(s) Chantal Anne-Marie Maréchal Date Publisher Edwin Mellen Press Pub place Lewiston, N.Y. Volume Medieval and Renaissance series ISBN X. This item appears on. List: Folk and Fairy Tales Section: Context Next: Marie de France: a critical companion Previous: The. About The Lais of Marie de France. Marie de France (fl. late twelfth century) is the earliest known French woman poet and her lais – stories in verse based on Breton tales of chivalry and romance – are among the finest of the genre.

    Winner of the Northern California Book Award for Translation of Poetry. Honorable Mention for the Modern Language Association's Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize For Translation of a Literary Work. Marie de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and who lived in England during the twelfth : $ Synopsis This is a prose translation of the lais or poems attributed to Marie de France. Little is known of her but she was probably the Abbess of the abbey at Shaftesbury in the late 12th century, illegitimate daughter of Geoffrey Plantagenet and hence the half-sister of Henry II of s:


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In Quest of Marie De France: A Twelfth-Century Poet (Medieval and Renaissance Series) New ed. Edition by Chantal A. Marechal (Editor). In quest of Marie de France, a twelfth-century poet. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: In quest of In quest of Marie de France de France, a twelfth-century poet.

Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Marie, de France; Marie, de France; MARIE, de France: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type.

Academic Book: In Quest of Marie De France, a Twelfth-Century Poet These essays treat a wide variety of aspects of Marie's production; the poet's voice, the moods of her original audience, the beauty and significance of the works' intellectual or emotional appeal, their sexual and textual :   Marie de France book.

Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Marie de France’s beautiful poems of courtly love, enchantment, and /5. The Lais of Marie De France: With Two Further Lais in the Original Old French by Marie France.

Marie de France (fl. late twelfth century) is the earliest known French woman poet and her lais - stories in verse based on Breton tales of chivalry and romance - are among the finest of the genre.

The twelve "lays" of Marie de France, the earliest known French woman poet, are here presented in sprightly English verse by poet/translator David R. Slavitt. These old Breton folk tales were the raw material for Marie de France's series of lively but profound considerations of love, life, death, fidelity and betrayal, and luck and fate.

Marie de France was a poet, possibly born in what is now France, who lived in England during the late 12th century. a twelfth-century poet book She lived and wrote at an unknown court, but she and her work were almost certainly known at the royal court of King Henry II of England. Virtually nothing is known of her life; both her given name and its geographical specification come from her manuscripts.

However, one written. In Quest of Marie de France, a Twelfth-Century Poet. Edited by Chantal A. Marechal. Edwin Mellen.

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Through artful, careful translations that remain true to the authors' voices, style. Romantic Love in Marie de France’s Poem, Lanval In her poem "Lanval," Marie de France shares a fantasy with her readers, telling the tale of a mysterious woman who journeys from a distant land to be with Lanval, a dishonored knight of King Arthur's Round Table.

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“Marie de France” is the title given to a late twelfth-century writer of whom practically nothing is known. To her, scholars attribute a collection of twelve Breton lais; a translation of Aesop’s fables, Ysopet ; a translation of Patrick’s Purgatory, Espurgatoire seint Partiz ; and a.

Marie de France | Winner of the Northern California Book Award for Translation of ble Mention for the Modern Language Association's Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize For Translation of a Literary de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and who lived in England during the twelfth century.

Marie de France is the author of some of the most influential and important works to survive from the middle ages; arguably best-known for her Lais, she also translated Aesop's Fables (the Ysopë), and wrote the Espurgatoire seint Patriz (St Patrick's Purgatory), based on a Latin text.

The aim of this Companion is both to provide information on what can be gleaned of her life, and on her. Winner of the Northern California Book Award for Translation of Poetry. Honorable Mention for the Modern Language Association's Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize For Translation of a Literary Work.

Marie de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and who lived in England during the twelfth s: 8. Yet Marie de France remains today one of the most prominent literary voices of the end of the twelfth century and was the first woman of letters to write in French. The chapters in this book are composed by scholars who have specialized in Marie de France studies, in most cases for many years.

The Lais of Marie De France by Marie France,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The twelve “lays” of Marie de France, the earliest known French woman poet, are here presented in sprightly English verse by poet and translator David R.

Slavitt. Traditional Breton folktales were the raw material for Marie de France’s series of lively but profound considerations of love, life, death, fidelity and betrayal, and luck and fate. "Marie de France was a medieval poet who was probably born in France and who lived in England during the twelfth century.

Prominent among the earliest poets writing in the French vernacular, Marie de France helped shape the style and genres of later medieval poetry. The tales included in this little book of translations are derived mainly from the "Lays" of Marie de France. I do not profess them to be a complete collection of her stories in verse.

The ascription varies. Poems which were included in her work but yesterday are withdrawn to-day, and new matter suggested by scholars to take the place of the old.Breton lays were produced by or after the fashion of Marie de France in the twelfth century and claim to be "literary versions of lays sung by ancient Bretons to the accompaniment of the harp." The poems edited in this volume are considered distinctly "English" Breton lays because of their focus on the family values of late medieval England.She writes the contemporary fantasy the Eisteddfod Chronicles with Sarah Joy Adams.

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