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By Deborah McGrady, Jennifer Bain, Jeanette Patterson

Supplying the 1st complete examine of Guillaume de Machaut's titanic corpus of textual content and song, the 18 essays during this assortment discover the author's engagement with the moral, political, and aesthetic issues of his time. construction on interdisciplinary curiosity in Machaut, this assortment broadens dialogue of his paintings through exploring overlapping pursuits in his poetry and tune; addressing lesser-studied writings; providing clean views on lyric, authorial voice, and function; and interesting extra severely together with his reception via medieval bookmakers, smooth editors, and the song undefined. the result's a promising map for destiny learn within the box that might be of curiosity to scholars and experts alike.

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32 Kay, Place of Thought, pp. 113–15; Cerquiglini-Toulet, “L’Écriture louche: la voie oblique chez les Grands Rhétoriqueurs” in Les Grands Rhétoriqueurs: actes du 5e colloque 26 helen j. swift different narrative selves, as demonstrated cheekily by the offshoot or projected double of his poetic I that Machaut plants in the Jugement dou Roy de Behaingne. As the Lady and Knight are escorted into the court by Honneur and Courtoisie, the fate of the narrator who accompanied them thither is uncertain; it is not specified whether he proceeds into the judgement scene with them or whether he is held on the threshold.

The term also implied that, as humanists, these individuals took an interest in, even an exaltation of, the human person. Therefore, writers such as Laurent de Premierfait, Nicolas de Clamanges, Jean de Montreuil, 3 Stephen Jaeger, The Envy of Angels: Cathedral Schools and Social Ideas in Medieval Europe 950–1200 (Philadelphia, 1994), pp. 48–49. 4 Serge Lusignan, “L’université de Paris comme composante de l’identité nationale du royaume de France: étude sur le thème de la translatio studii,” in Identité régionale et conscience nationale en France et en Allemagne du Moyen Age à l’époque moderne, eds.

Félix Lecoy (Paris, 1965–75), 2, line 49. On the dog, see Palmer, “Metafictional Machaut”. 18 helen j. swift perspective on certain assumptions that underpin the position of the Prologue as a programmatic statement of Machaldian poetics. Developing the point that we should be cautious about imposing any generalised intention on Machaut’s persona, a short second section examines the varied manifestations of I in his dits, not only the different stances adopted by the persona, but also the other voices occupying first-person status in the narrative and the very nature of poetic I-hood.

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