The Medieval Poet and His World

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Ed. di Storia e Letteratura, 1984 - Civilization, Medieval - 490 pages
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Contents

Preface
1
Medieval Rhetoric
7
Quelques observations
39
Tradition and Innovation in Medieval Western Colour
55
Functions of Classical Borrowing in Medieval Latin Verse
105
The Beginnings of the Sequence
115
Latin and Vernacular
145
Learned Lyric and Popular Ballad in the Early Middle
167
Poetic Meaning in the Carmina Burana
249
Peter of Blois and Poetry at the Court of Henry II
281
Two ThirteenthCentury Religious Lyrics
341
Francesca and Helolse
359
Towards an Interpretation
387
Notes towards the Interpretation
407
Boethius Alanus and Dante
431
Indices
477

The Song of Songs and Medieval LoveLyric
209
Guillaume IX and courtoisie
237

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