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Lettering the Self in Medieval and Early Modern France

Kong, Katherine

Verlag: D.S.Brewer, UK, 2010
ISBN 10: 1843842319 / ISBN 13: 9781843842316
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Titel: Lettering the Self in Medieval and Early ...

Verlag: D.S.Brewer, UK

Erscheinungsdatum: 2010

Einband: Hardcover

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Inhaltsangabe: Lettering the Self argues that letters in medieval and early-modern France reveal the contours of the pre-modern self. Letters in this period were complicated compositions which, in addition to their administrative and artistic functions, represented the self in relation to its various others: social superiors and subordinates; friends and lovers; teachers and students; allies and adversaries; patrons and supplicants. These relationships were expressed in the content and form of letters: the rule-bound medieval discipline of letter writing structured the expression of interpersonal relationships in exacting ways, and writers navigated its rules to express contradictory and even illicit relations. Each chapter focuses on a particular epistolary exchange in its intellectual and cultural context, from Baudri of Bourgueil and Constance of Angers, through Heloise and Abelard, Christine de Pizan's participation in the querelle du Roman de la rose, Marguerite de Navarre and Guillaume Briçonnet, to Michel de Montaigne and Étienne de La Boétie, emphasizing the importance of letter-writing in pre-modern French culture and tracing a selective yet significant history of the letter, contributing to our understanding of the development of the epistolary genre, and the pre-modern self. KATHERINE KONG is an Assistant Professor of French at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Rezension: A valuable study of letter writing in the premodern period. The argument is founded on often masterly close textual analysis enriched with relevant examples of fictional letter writing, turning what could have been a rather dry tome into a lively and approachable discussion that should appeal to a wide readership. LIBRARY A useful and wide-ranging study, which challenges us to re-examine preconceptions about the role of the constitution and presentation of the self in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance. MEDIUM AEVUMNot only brings to light an often neglected realm of French literary culture but also offers new insights into medieval epistolarity and the performativity of letters in expressing the modern self. RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY

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