2 edition of mirror of Chaucer"s world. found in the catalog.
mirror of Chaucer"s world.
Roger Sherman Loomis
|LC Classifications||PR1906 L6|
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|Number of Pages||25|
Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. With usual stamps and markings, In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Re-bound by library. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item. Original German title: RecklessBooks 1 & 2 are re-released as Reckless: The Petrified Flesh and Reckless: Living Shadows respectively:
Geoffrey Chaucer died on 25 October To mark the six-hundredth anniversary of his death Derek Brewer's classic book is once again available in a fully illustrated version: over one hundred contemporary colour and black and white illustrations, from the homely to the refined - from children's games and cooking to falconry and music-making - bring the late middle ages t4/5(2). This book covers its topic from year 1, actually beginning before the advent of humans, through prehistoric art, and then the periods covered by more conventional books up to the near-present. The book stands out in several ways. It covers major world art, including Western art but also many other world s:
English literature - English literature - Chaucer and Gower: Geoffrey Chaucer, a Londoner of bourgeois origins, was at various times a courtier, a diplomat, and a civil servant. His poetry frequently (but not always unironically) reflects the views and values associated with the term courtly. It is in some ways not easy to account for his decision to write in English, and it is not . 24 editions published between and in English, Middle and English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Wynne-Davies addresses the social and cultural context of the poem's production in the first feminist edition of these two tales.
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Download Cover Each of the pictures in this handsome book is accompanied by indications of source and date, and often by explanatory and reference material. The portrayals of Chaucer, his friends and associates, the poets he admired, and the places he knew, are drawn mainly from the period to Originally published in Each of the pictures in this handsome book is accompanied by indications of source and date, and often by explanatory and reference material.
The portrayals of Chaucer, his friends and associates, the poets he admired, and the places he knew, are drawn mainly from the period to Originally published in Book Info. A Mirror of Chaucer's World. Book Description: Each of the pictures in this handsome book is accompanied by mirror of Chaucers world.
book of source and date, and often by explanatory and reference material. The portrayals of Chaucer, his friends and associates, the poets he admired, and the places he knew, are drawn mainly from the period to Each of the pictures in this handsome book is accompanied by indications of source and date, and often by explanatory and reference material.
The portrayals of Chaucer, his friends and associates, the poets he admired, and the places he knew, are drawn mainly from the period to Originally published in Cited by: 7. A mirror of Chaucer's world.
[Roger Sherman Loomis] -- This is a full pictorial companion to Chaucer. Portrayals of Chaucer, his friends and associates, the poets he admired, and the places he knew are followed by photographs and medieval miniatures.
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This book originated from my interest in the often neglected fifteenthcentury narrative. I began studying John Lydgate Temple of Glas while I was teaching late medieval poetry at the University of Perugia in and I soon realized the importance of the mirror metaphor in the work of Lydgate and his contemporaries.
The reasons for the fascination the mirror exerted on these. The items, from widely diverse sources, are fitted into a pattern which forms a mosaic of fourteenth-century life, picturing Chaucer's London and illustrating chronologically typical aspects of the life span of people from various social classes and occupations.
Mirror of the World is true to the format of all of the others: each key character has a sub-plot story that neatly wraps up and brings everyone back together at the end of the volume.
I'm not a big fan of this style because it prevents deep development of any one of the characters; still, I'm invested and looking forward to the final book in Reviews: Chaucer’s own poetic development from the mannered medieval style of The Book of the Duchess to the rich, comic, human complexity of The Canterbury Tales reflects the transformation of his world.
With The Canterbury Tales and the darker, more formal epic Troilus and Criseyde, Chaucer established English for all time as a language of s: Chaucer was born in the latter half of the fourteenth c Revered for centuries as the father of English poetry, Geoffrey Chaucer was also a central man of his age--a courtier, soldier, diplomat, public official, a man of action, and a man of the world/5(2).
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Genre/Form: Electronic books History Pictorial works: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Loomis, Roger Sherman, Mirror of Chaucer's World.
A MIRROR OF CHAUCER'S WORLD. By Roger Sherman Loomis. Princeton. $ See the article in its original context from DecemSection BOOK.
Having recently finished Barbara Tuchman's A Distant Mirror, I was eager to revisit Chaucer and get a feel for the literature of the calamitous 14th century. I was struck by how cheerful the whole thing was--bawdy, funny, touching and full of memorable characters/5(59). Craftsmen and laborers ride side by side with the gentry on the road to the shrine of St.
Thomas à Becket, and their discussions and arguments about ethical issues mirror their changing world. The pilgrims' conversations and stories also reveal their individual personalities, and Chaucer's vivid, realistic characterizations assured the Tales an instant and enduring success.
This book investigates the mirror, as a material object and in visual and verbal imagery, and examines its relationship to ideas of knowledge, perception and human subjectivity in various socio-cultural and technological contexts.
Within this book the rich potential of interdisciplinary collections is evident as. Characters Edit. Jacob Reckless: The protagonist of the book, Jacob is a year-old who discovers a secret world behind the mirror in his missing father's escapes to the Mirrorworld for weeks or months at a time.
He views family and friends as a burden, and prefers a life where the consequences of his actions do not harm those he loves. Soon to be a NETFLIX Original Series. A POWERFUL NEW NOVEL set in a divided Naples by ELENA FERRANTE, the New York Times best-selling author of My Brilliant Friend and The Lost Daughter.
"There's no doubt the publication of The Lying Life of Adults] will be the literary event of the year."--Elle Giovanna's pretty face is changing, turning ugly, at least so her father thinks. Chaucer lived at thevery centre of the action, and this book follows the stages of his career, illuminating with reference to the art and architecture of the time and through reference to his writings, the physical environment and intellectual climate in which he lived.
Reissue: first published. Fourteenth-century London was noisy, dirty, and disorderly, but also prosperous, proud of itself, and full of life not yet dispersed to distant suburbs. It was described in as a "mirror to all England," and indeed it was.
Trade was growing and the guilds were making their influence felt. If justice was not tempered with mercy, at least the law courts were open to the s: 1. This book is ideal for exploring the sources Chaucer used and, well, abused in his Canterbury Tales.
To save the busy scholar from searching endlessly on databases and in libraries for obscure texts and analogues of the Canterbury Tales' subject matter and characters, Miller gathers them all into one volume and provides commentary on the translation process Reviews: 2.Third Speght edition of Chaucer’s works—chief among them his incomparable Canterbury Tales—the last edition to be set in Gothic type, with engraved frontispiece “Progeny of Chaucer,” incorporating a full-length portrait of the author and an image of his tomb, handsomely bound.
From the library of Henry Sherwin, with his bookplate.