The Beginnings of Medieval Romance [electronic resource] : Fact and Fiction, 1150-1220.

Green, D. H.
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vtls001145767
出版項
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
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310 p.
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臺灣學術電子書聯盟購置 (2009)
98年度教育部校務獎補助經費
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Cambridge studies in medieval literature
Cambridge eBook Collections
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摘要
Until the twelfth century writing in the western vernaculars dealt almost exclusively with religious, historical and factual themes, but the second half of the twelfth century saw the emergence of a new genre consciously conceived as fictional, the romance. Dennis Green explores how and why this shift occurred.
內容註
Cover; Half-title; Series-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Abbreviations; CHAPTER 1 Defining twelfth-century fictionality; CHAPTER 2 Vernacular fiction in the twelfth century; CHAPTER 3 Fictive orality; CHAPTER 4 Fiction and Wolfram's Parzival; CHAPTER 5 Fiction and structure; CHAPTER 6 Fiction and history; Notes; Bibliography; Index of names
附註
臺灣學術電子書聯盟購置 (2009)
98年度教育部校務獎補助經費
合著者
ISBN/ISSN
9780511045585 (electronic bk.)
9780521813990 (print)