Memory and re-creation in troubadour lyric by Amelia Eileen Van Vleck

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  • France,
  • Provence.


  • Provençal poetry -- History and criticism.,
  • Songs, Provençal -- History and criticism.,
  • Civilization, Medieval, in literature.,
  • Provençal language -- Versification.,
  • Oral tradition -- France -- Provence.,
  • Memory in literature.,
  • Troubadours.

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StatementAmelia E. Van Vleck.
LC ClassificationsPC3304 .V36 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 283 p. :
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1871781M
ISBN 100520065212
LC Control Number90031357

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Memory and Re-Creation in Troubadour Lyric: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ("la drecha maniera de trobar"), so Raimon must take it upon himself to set them straight. As for his own book, Raimon is equally conservative and monumentalist: "Per qu'ieu vos dig qe en neguna ren, pos basta ni ben ista, non deu om ren ostar ni mais metre" (Therefore I tell.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Part I: Making and sending: a view from within the literary texts --Amar/Trobar: the vocabulary of love and poetics --Writing and memory in the creation and transmission of troubadour poetry --Song sheets and song books --Part II: The view from without.

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Memory and Re-Creation in Troubadour Lyric: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: ABBREVIATIONS: The book culture that arose in the mid-thirteenth century and had by the fourteenth transformed the idea of the "text" from a verbally woven thing to a visually fixed object comprised part, but not all, of the transmitting cultures responsible for the texts that.

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