Essays in medieval culture / D.W. Robertson, Jr.

Author
Robertson, D. W., Jr. (Durant Waite), 1914-1992 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1980.
Description
xx, 404 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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Subject(s)
Notes
Includes index.
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. [383]-384.
Contents
  • A historical criticism (1950)
  • Doctrine of charity in medieval literary gardens (1951)
  • Some medieval literary terminology, with special reference to Chretien de Troyes (1951)
  • Some observations on method in literary studies (1969)
  • Allegorist and the aesthetician
  • Certain theological conventions in Mannyng's treatment of the Commandments (1946)
  • Frequency of preaching in thirteenth century England (1949)
  • Two poems from the Carmina Burana (1976)
  • Five poems by Marcabru (1954)
  • "Partitura amorosa" of Jean de Savoie (1954)
  • Chretien's Cliges and the Ovidian spirit (1955)
  • Idea of fame in Chretien's Clieges (1972)
  • Love conventions in Marie's Equitan (1953)
  • Pearl as a symbol (1950)
  • Heresy of The pearl (1950)
  • Question of typology and the Wakefield Mactacio Abel (1974)
  • Historical setting of Chaucer's Book of the Duchess (1965)
  • Concept of courtly love as an impediment to the understanding of medieval texts (1968)
  • Chaucer's Franklin and his tale (1974)
  • Some disputed Chaucerian terminology (1977)
  • In foraminibus Petrae : a note on Leonardo's "Virgin of the rocks" (1954)
  • Sidney's metaphor of the ulcer (1941)
  • Medievalist looks at Hamlet
  • The Pope and Boethius (1964).
ISBN
  • 0691064490
  • 9780691064499
  • 0691013756 ((pbk.))
  • 9780691013756 ((pbk.))
  • 0691064296
  • 9780691064291
LCCN
80013130
OCLC
6194738
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