Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric by Daniel E. O" Sullivan

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Subjects:

  • Poetry & poets: classical, early & medieval,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • French poetry,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • French,
  • To 1500,
  • Medieval,
  • Continental European,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Medieval,
  • European - French,
  • Christian poetry, French,
  • History and criticism,
  • Songs, Old French

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages270
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9393544M
ISBN 100802038859
ISBN 109780802038852

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Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric Book Description: Texts centred on the mother of Jesus abound in religious traditions the world over, but thirteenth-century Old French lyric stands apart, both because of the enormous size of the Marian cult in thirteenth-century France and the lack of critical attention the genre has garnered.

With an extensive index of musical and textual editions of dozens of songs, Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric brings a heretofore neglected genre to light. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet Cited by: 9. Marian devotion in thirteenth-century French lyric. O'Sullivan, Daniel E. of Toronto Pr. pages $ Texts centred on the mother of Jesus abound in religious traditions the world over, but thirteenth-century Old French lyric stands apart, both because of the enormous size of the Marian cult in thirteenth-century France and the lack of critical attention the genre has garnered from hybrid texts, Old French Marian songs combine motifs from several genres and.

Get this from a library. Marian devotion in thirteenth-century French lyric. [Daniel E O'Sullivan] -- "As hybrid texts, Old French Marian songs combine motifs from several genres and registers to articulate a devotional message.

In this study, Daniel E. Marian devotion in thirteenth-century French lyric. Voicing Marian Devotion in Women's Devotional Song * Songs in the Voice of Everywoman * Religious Women Voicing Marian Devotion * Mary's Voice: 'Lasse, que devendrai gie' Chapter 4: Jacques de Cambrai, Distinctive Traditionalism, and Kaleidoscopic Contrafacta * Choices of Motif, Theme, and.

In the Eastern Church, the Theotokia (i.e. hymns to the Theotokos) are an essential part of the Divine positioning of Marian hymns in the Orthodox liturgical services effectively places the Theotokos in the most prominent place after Christ, in that the Theotokia immediately follow the hymns that praise Christ.

In the Theotokia people repeat the name Mary many times. It is a corpus that reveals itself to be far more malleable and supple than past readers have admitted. With an extensive index of musical and textual editions of dozens of songs, Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric brings a heretofore neglected genre to light.

The thirteenth-century Nativity poem "Nu this fules" (§16) is transformed into a fifteenth-century courtly allegory of the Annunciation (§13). Taken together, these diverse expressions of Marian devotion reflect the intertwined development of poetic techniques and devotional practices.

Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric, University of Toronto Press, Winner of the Best First Book award from the Southeastern Medieval Association. Daniel is also the editor of two academic journals: Medieval Perspectives and Textual Cultures. Virgin birth of Jesus explained. The virgin birth of Jesus is the doctrine that Jesus was conceived and born by his mother Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit without a human father.

The Catholic church holds it authoritative for faith and Protestants regard it as an explanation of the mixture of the human and divine natures of Jesus, but the scholarly consensus is that its. Mariology: Finding Books. Best introductory book about the Blessed Virgin Mary The Reed of God by Caryll Houselander About the Author: "Caryll Houselander () was a lay English artist who became one of the most popular Catholic spiritual writers of modern times.

Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric by Daniel E. O Author: Curt LeMay. There is a striking similarity between Marian devotional songs and secular love songs of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Two disparate genres--one sacred, the other secular; one Latin, the other vernacular--both praise an idealized, impossibly virtuous woman. Each does so through highly stylized derivations of traditional medieval song forms--Marian prayer derived from.

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The Annunciation became an element of Marian devotions in Medieval times, and by the 13th century direct references to it were widespread in French lyrics. The Eastern Orthodox Church uses the title "Ever Virgin Mary" as a key element of its Marian veneration, and as part of the Akathists (hymns) to Mary which are an integral part of its liturgy.

Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric. Toronto and London: University of Toronto Press, Chess in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age: A Fundamental Thought Paradigm of the Premodern entals of Medieval and Early Modern Thought, Berlin: De Gruyter, The medieval bestiary was a contribution to didactic religious literature, addressing concerns central to all walks of Christian and secular life.

These essays analyze the bestiary from both literary and art historical perspectives, exploring issues including kinship, romance, sex, death, and the afterlife. The Flower of Paradise examines the interplay of Marian devotional and secular poetics within polyphonic music from ca.

to ca. Through case studies of works that demonstrate a specific symbolic resonance between Marian devotion and secular song, the book illustrates the distinctive ethos of this period in European culture. Daniel E. O’Sullivan brings to light a previously unresearched topic in his first long work, Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric, which focuses on Old French songs devoted to Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Although the genre has been overlooked by many scholars, O’Sullivan remedies that with an embracing examination of the text and music from these Marian songs. With an extensive index of musical and textual editions of dozens of songs, Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric brings a heretofore neglected genre to light.

Read more Article. Contents: Introduction: Devotion to the Virgin and Earthly Love. Sacred and Secular Realms ; Symbolic Harmony in Medieval and Renaissance Polyphony ; Liturgical and Devotional Framework ; Foundations and Case Studies -- The Assumption Story in.

Rev. of O’Sullivan, D., “Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric”. Journal of the Australian Early Medieval Association 3 (): Scientific Work. With an extensive index of musical and textual editions of dozens of songs, Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric brings a heretofore neglected genre to light.

View Show abstractAuthor: Christopher Callahan. Allegorical Play in the Old French Motet. Stanford University Press, ———. From Song to Book. The Poetics of Writing in Old French Lyric and Lyrical Narrative Poetry. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, O’Sullivan, Daniel E.

Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric. Toronto Press, Paden, William D., ed. Medieval. This bilingual edition, a parallel text in Old French and English, is based on a reexamination of the Old French manuscript, and makes Silence available to specialists and students in various fields of literature and women's studies.

The Roman de Silence, an Arthurian romance of the thirteenth century, tells of a girl raised as a boy, equally accomplished as a minstrel/5. ↑ Marian devotion in thirteenth-century French lyric by Daniel E. O'Sullivan ISBN pages ↑ The Montpellier codex by Hans Tischler ISBN page xx ↑ Chabacano studies: essays on Cavite's Chabacano language and literature by Emmanuel Luis A.

Romanillos, Cavite Historical Society page ↑ Sto. The virgin birth of Jesus is the doctrine that Jesus was conceived and born by his mother Mary through the power of the Holy Spirit and without sexual intercourse with her husband Joseph. The Catholic church holds it authoritative for faith and Protestants regard it.

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The virgin birth of Jesus is the belief that Jesus was conceived in the womb of his mother Mary through the Holy Spirit without the agency of a human father and born while Mary was yet a virgin. The book referred to Pantera, or Pandera as the father of Jesus. Daniel E., Marian devotion in thirteenth-century French lyric.

“Marian Devotion in Medieval French Literature: In and Beyond the World of Lyric,” “Dante’s Early Lyric Poetry and Provençal Precedents,” Laurie Shepard “Rhetorical Innovation in the Chancery Of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen and Its Reception by Vernacular Poets of the Thirteenth Century, ”   25 – Most recently, Daniel E.

O'Sullivan, ‘Marian devotion in medieval French literature: In and beyond the world of lyric,’ dissertation, Boston College, 26 – G.R. Owst, Literature and Pulpit in Medieval England (Cambridge, ), Cited by: 3. Daniel E. O’Sullivan is Associate Professor of French at the University of Mississippi.

He specializes in medieval French and Occitan literature, especially lyric poetry. He is the author of Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric (University of. The discussion of citation and allusion has become an important area of research in Medieval Studies.

The application of postmodern intertextual theories has brought scholars to a deeper understanding of the reuse of borrowed material, shedding new light on a culture of music and literature that was once dismissed as dully repetitive.

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Thirteenth-century trouvère songs and motets often begin with a conventionalized introduction in which the sensory experience of a springtime landscape inspires the composer to think of his beloved and to sing.

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Edited by Karen Saupe. The poems selected for this volume provide a sampling of the rich tradition of Marian devotion as expressed in Middle English. They range widely in form, tone and aesthetic quality. Taken together, they express the full range of a people’s effort to voice its anxieties and joys through Mary.

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