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Autor: Emma Cayley
ISBN-13: 9780199290260
Einband: Buch
Seiten: 272
Gewicht: 494 g
Format: 216x140x19 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.09.2006

Debate and Dialogue: Alain Chartier in His Cultural Context

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Introduction; 1. 'Je vous demande par la force du jeu': The literary, legal, and intellectual antecedents of late-medieval debate; 2. 'Tu recites, je replique; et quant nous avons fait et fait, tout ne vault riens': Explorations of a debating climate in early humanist France; 3. 'Clerc excellent, orateur magnifique': Alain Chartier and the rise of a vernacular humanist rhetoric; 4. 'La verite du jeu': Collaborative debating communities in late-medieval France; Conclusion; Appendix A: Table of Contents of Paris, Arsenal, 3521, and 3523; Appendix B: Manuscript Tables; Bibliography
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In early humanist France two debating traditions converge: one literary and vernacular, one intellectual and conducted mainly via Latin epistles. Debate and Dialogue demonstrates how the two fuse in the vernacular verse debates of Alain Chartier, secretary and notary at the court of CharlesVI, and later, Charles VII. In spite of considerable contemporary praise for Chartier, his work has remained largely neglected by modern critics. This study shows how Chartier participates in a movement that invests a vernacular poetic with moral and political significance, inspiring such socialengagements as the fifteenth-century poetic exchange known as the Querelle de la Belle Dame sans mercy. Emma Cayley sets Chartier in the context of a late-medieval debating climate through the use of a new model of participatory poetics which she terms the collaborative debating community. This is a dynamic and generative social grouping based on Brian Stock's model of the textual community, as wellas Pierre Bourdieu's sociological categories of field, habitus, and capital. This dialectical model takes account of the socio-cultural context of literary production, and suggests the fundamentally competitive yet collaborative nature of late-medieval poetry. Cayley draws an analogy here betweenliterary debates and game-playing, engaging with the game theory of Johan Huizinga and Roger Caillois, and discusses the manuscript context of such literary debates as the materialization of this poetic game. The collaborative debating community postulated affords unique insights into the dynamicsof late-medieval compositional and reading practices.
Autor: Emma Cayley
Emma Cayley has been a lecturer in French at the University of Exeter since 2003. She graduated with first class honours in French and Latin from Merton College, Oxford where she subsequently completed a Masters degree. She moved to St. Anne's College, Oxford to undertake her DPhil, which was awarded in 2002. From 2002-2003 she was Laming Junior Fellow at The Queen's College, Oxford.

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Autor: Emma Cayley
ISBN-13:: 9780199290260
ISBN: 0199290261
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.09.2006
Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
Gewicht: 494g
Seiten: 272
Sprache: Englisch
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Sonstiges: Buch, 216x140x19 mm