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by Peter Meister

eBook Arthurian Literature and Christianity: Notes from the Twentieth Century (Garland Library of Medieval Literature) epub
  • ISBN: 0815332629
  • Author: Peter Meister
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 225 pages
  • ePUB size: 1621 kb
  • FB2 size 1231 kb
  • Formats lit mbr azw rtf


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in Books Literature & Fiction History & Criticism Movements & Periods Arthurian Romance. The book ends with an appendix of some Post-Vulgate material, exactly that material which in my opinion is most important in the Post-Vulgate. in Books Literature & Fiction History & Criticism Regional & Cultural European French. in Books Literature & Fiction Mythology & Folk Tales Mythology.

During the medieval period there was a sudden rebirth of literature. Writing was done on wooden tablets which were covered in black or green wax. Most books were not bound, unless the text was valuable when it would be bound with wooden boards or with tooled leather.

As far back as medieval times, a courtly tradition in literature cross-fertilized with an earthier demotic one. Shakespeare’s frequent juxtaposition of royalty in one scene with plebeians in the next reflects a very British way of looking at society. This awareness of differences between high life and low, a state of affairs fertile in creative tensions, is observable throughout the history of English literature.

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Interesting Literature

Interesting Literature. A Library of Literary Interestingness Tuesday, January 7, 2020. Say ‘medieval literature’ and a few names will spring to mind: Geoffrey Chaucer, Dante, the anonymous author of Beowulf. But where does one start exploring the wonderful and colourful world of medieval writing? Here are our ten recommendations, which give a sense of the rich panoply of medieval literature. This long Arthurian poem was composed by a poet roughly contemporary with Chaucer, who lived in a different part of England from the author of The Canterbury Tales (probably the West Midlands or the North West of England).

Intended as "the other bookend" to Jessie Weston's work some eighty years earlier, this essay collection provides a careful overview of recent scholarship on possible overlap between Arthurian literature and Christianity. From Ritual to romance and Notes, taken together, bracket contemporary inquiry into the relationship (if any) between Jesus and Arthur. T.S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" is here regarded as one strand joining this matter to many a recent literary riddle (such as the meaning of the term "postmodernism"). Without reprinting work readily available elsewhere and no longer subject to revision through dialogue with fellow contributors, Notes attempts to do justice to all sides in twentieth century exploration of christianity's contribution to an art form which is also grounded in early European polytheism ("paganism").G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., Kathryn M. Talarico, Deborah Rose-Lefmann and Anne Huntley-Speare contribute essays prepared especially for this book, which also includes revised reprints of work by Tom Artin and Henry Kratz. Selections from Jacques Ribard, I for William and Joachim Bumke are available here for the first time in English.Jew, Christian and secularist will find their own world view respected throughout, though rarely rubberstamped. Similarly, "christianists" (those who, whatever their own religion, regard medieval Christianity as relevant or central to medieval Arthurian literature) agreed more readily than "nonchristianists" to contribute to the volume. By a process of self-selection, then, the nonchristianist position is somewhat underrepresented in Notes, perhaps because that stance was dominant throughout the decade in which this survey was assembled.
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