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Desiring discourse : the literature of love, Ovid through Chaucer / edited by James J. Paxson and Cynthia A. Gravlee.

Other author/creatorPaxson, James J.
Other author/creatorGravlee, Cynthia.
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoSelinsgrove [Pa.] : Susquehanna University Press, ©1998.
Description239 pages ; 25 cm
Subject(s)
Contents The medieval world of desire, discourse, reception, and writing: an introduction / James J. Paxson -- The judgment of Aeneas, the judgment of Paris, and the Roman d'Eneas / Sarah Spence -- Justifying love: the classical recusatio in medieval love literature / Joan G. Haahr -- Ovidius ethicus? Ovid and the medieval commentary tradition / Warren Ginsberg -- The transformation of Ovid in the twelfth-century Pamphilus / Anne Howland Schotter -- Discourse desired: desire, subjectivity, and mouvance in Can vei la lauzeta mover / Simon Gaunt -- Loc aizi/anima mundi: being, time, and desire in the troubadour love lyric / Charlotte Gross -- "Kar des dames est avenu/L'aventure": displacing the chivalric hero in Marie de France's Eliduc / Sandra Pierson Prior -- The talking wounded: desire, truth telling, and pain in the Lais of Marie de France / Robert W. Hanning -- Reading the language of love: Boccaccio's Filostrato as intermediary between the Commedia and Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde / Nancy M. Reale -- Presence, absence, and difference: reception and deception in The franklin's tale / Cynthia A. Gravlee -- The conquest of Femenye: desire, power, and narrative in Chaucer's Knight's tale / Robert M. Stein -- The semiotics of character, Trope, and Troilus: the figural construction of the self and the discourse of desire in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde / James J. Paxson.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
LCCN 97039577
ISBN1575910136 (alk. paper)
ISBN0838753590 (alk. paper)

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