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Besserman, Lawrence

Sacred and Secular in Medieval and Early Modern Cultures

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Lawrence Besserman

Part 1. Medieval and Early Modern Literature: Lyric, Narrative, and Drama

2. The Imitation of Hagiographic Formulas in Occitanian Vidas (Lives of the Troubadours)
Cyril Aslanov

3. “Quid Hinieldus Cum Christo?”:The Secular Expression of the Sacred in Old and Middle English Lyrics
Thomas G. Duncan

4. Reading Radical Metonymy in Pearl
Alan J. Fletcher

5. Purchasing Pardon: Material and Spiritual Economies on the Canterbury Pilgrimage
Alastair Minnis

6. Sacred and Secular in The Merchant of Venice
Murray Roston

Part II. Medieval and Early Modern History: Church and State

7. The Communal Body, the Corporate Body, and the Clerical Body: An Anthropological Reading of the Gregorian Reform
Lior Barshack

8. Sacred, Secular, and Impure: The Contextuality of Sensations
Esther Cohen

9. Secular and Sacred: The History of Rhetoric and Religious Community in the Middle Ages
Rita Copeland

10. Sacred Authority and Secular Power: The Historical Argument of the Gesta Episcoporum Cameracensis
Robert M. Stein

11. The Space of the Altar
Miri Rubin

Keywords: Literature, Medieval Literature, History of Medieval Europe, Early Modern/Renaissance Literature, Literary Theory, Classical and Antique Literature, British and Irish Literature

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
The New Middle Ages
Page amount
256 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403977274
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53000-7

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