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📒Handbook Of The Arts Of The Middle Ages And Renaissance ✍ Charles Jules Labarte
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📒Secular Renaissance Music ✍ Sean Gallagher
📝Secular Renaissance Music Book Synopsis : Secular music of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries encompasses an extraordinarily wide range of works and practices: courtly love songs, music for civic festivities, instrumental music, entertainments provided by minstrels, the unwritten traditions of solo singing, and much else. This collection of essays addresses many of these practices, with a focus on polyphonic settings of vernacular texts, examining their historical and stylistic contexts, their transmission in written and printed sources, questions of performance, and composers? approaches to text setting. Essays have been selected to reflect the wide range of topics that have occupied scholars in recent decades, and taken together, they point to the more general significance of secular music within a broad complex of cultural practices and institutions.
📒Doctrine For The Lady Of The Renaissance ✍ Ruth Kelso
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📒Medieval And Renaissance Letter Treatises And Form Letters ✍ Emil J. Polak
📝Medieval and Renaissance Letter Treatises and Form Letters Book Synopsis : Betr. Manuskripte der Universitätsbibliothek Basel, S. 193-215.
📒Renaissance Rhetorik Renaissance Rhetoric ✍ Heinrich F. Plett
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📒The New Historians Of The Twelfth Century Renaissance ✍ Peter Damian-Grint
📝The New Historians of the Twelfth century Renaissance Book Synopsis : Examination of the striking new style of writing history in the twelfth century, by men such as Gaimar, Wace and Ambroise.
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📒Intertextual Masculinity In French Renaissance Literature ✍ David P. LaGuardia
📝Intertextual Masculinity in French Renaissance Literature Book Synopsis : Intertextual Masculinity in French Renaissance Literature is an in-depth analysis of normative masculinity in a specific corpus from pre-modern Europe: narrative literature devoted to the subject of adultery and cuckoldry. The text begins with a set of general questions that serve as a conceptual framework for the literary analyses that follow: why were early modern readers so fascinated by the figure of the cuckold? What was his relation to the real world of sexual behavior and gender relations? What effect did he have on the construction of actual masculinities? To respond to these questions, David LaGuardia develops a theoretical approach that is based both on modern critical theory and on close readings of records and documents from the period. Reading early modern legal texts, penance manuals, criminal registers, and exempla collections in relation to the Cent nouvelles nouvelles, Rabelais's Tiers Livre, and Brantôme's Dames galantes, LaGuardia formulates a definition of masculinity in this historical context as a set of intertextual practices that men used to relay and to reinforce their gender identities. By examining legal and literary artifacts from this particular period and culture, this study highlights the extent to which this supposedly normative masculinity was historically contingent and materially conditioned by generic practices.
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📒Medieval And Renaissance Drama In England ✍ John Pitcher
📝Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England Book Synopsis : Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England is an international volume published every year in a hardcover edition. Each volume contains essays and studies by critics and cultural historians from both hemispheres as well as substantial reviews of books and essays dealing with medieval and early modern English drama. Volume 17 is specially commissioned to celebrate the scholarship and career of Leeds Barroll, the founding Editor of MaRDiE. Its contents mirror Barroll's many contributions to the study of Shakespeare, the drama, and royal and aristocratic patronage in early modern England.