internetboekhandel.nl
buttons Home pagina Kassa pagina, Winkelwagentje Contact info Email ons
leeg Home pagina Kassa pagina, Winkelwagentje Contact info Email ons Home pagina Rijks
Rijks
Rijks Home pagina Home pagina Kassa pagina, Winkelwagentje Contact info Email ons Besteller 60
 
Nederlands Buitenlands   Alles  Titel  Auteur  ISBN        
Letteren
Literatuurgeschiedenis buitenland
Pulsiano, Phillip A Companion to Anglo-Saxon Literature
Levertijd: 5 tot 11 werkdagen


Pulsiano, Phillip

A Companion to Anglo-Saxon Literature

€ 228.75

This acclaimed volume explores and unravels the contexts, readings, genres, intertextualities and debates within Anglo Saxon studies.


  • Brings together specially commissioned contributions from a team of leading European and American scholars.
  • Embraces both the literature and the cultural background of the period.


    Taal / Language : English

    Inhoudsopgave:
    Preface.

    Acknowledgements.

    Abbreviations.

    Part I. Contexts and Perspectives:.

    1. An Introduction to the Corpus of Anglo Saxon Vernacular English: Elaine Treharne (Florida State University) and Phillip Pulsiano (Villanova University).

    2. An Introduction to the Corpus of Anglo Latin Literature: Joseph P. McGowan (University of San Diego).

    3. Transmission of Literature and Learning: Anglo Saxon Scribal Culture: Jonathan Wilcox (University of Iowa).

    4. Authorship and Anonymity: Mary Swan (University of Leeds).

    5. Audience(s), Reception, Literacy: Hugh Magennis (Queen s University Belfast).

    6. Anglo Saxon Manuscript Production: Issues of Making and Using: Michelle P. Brown (British Library).

    Part II. Readings: Cultural Framework and Heritage:.

    7. The Germanic Background: Patrizia Lendinara (University of Palermo).

    8. Religious Context: Pre Benedictine Reform Period: Susan Irvine (University College London).

    9. The Benedictine Reform and Beyond: Joyce Hill (University of Leeds).

    10. Legal and Documentary Writings: Carole Hough (University of Glasgow).

    11. Scientific and Medical Writings: Stephanie Hollis (University of Auckland).

    12. Prayers, Glosses and Glossaries: Phillip Pulsiano (Villanova University).

    Part III.Genre and Modes:.

    13. Religious Prose: Roy M. Liuzza (University of Tennessee at Knoxville).

    14. Religious Poetry: Patrick W. Conner (West Virginia University).

    15. Secular Prose: Donald G. Scragg (University of Manchester).

    16. Secular Poetry: Fred C. Robinson (Yale University).

    17. Anglo Latin Prose: Joseph P. McGowan (University of San Diego).

    Part IV. Intertextualities: Sources and Influences:.

    18. Biblical and Patristic Learning: Tom Hall (University of Illinois at Chicago).

    19. The Irish Tradition: Charles D. Wright (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign).

    20. Germanic Influences: Rolf Bremmer (University of Leiden).

    21. Scandinavian Relations: Robert E. Bjork (Arizona State University).

    Part V. Debates and Issues:.

    22. English in the Post Conquest Period: Elaine Treharne (Florida State University).

    23. Anglo Saxon Studies: Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries: Timothy Graham (University of New Mexico).

    24. Anglo Saxon Studies in the Nineteenth Century: England, Denmark, America: J. R. Hall (Notre Dame University in Indiana).

    25. Anglo Saxon Studies in the Nineteenth Century: Germany, Austria, Switzerland: Hans Sauer (LM University, Munich).

    26. By the Numbers: Anglo Saxon Scholarship at the Century s End: Allen Frantzen (Loyola University Chicago).

    27. The New Millennium: Nicholas Howe (Ohio State University).

    Selected Further Reading.

    Index
    Extra informatie: 
    Hardback
    548 pagina's
    Januari 2001
    1174 gram
    261 x 187 x 38 mm
    Wiley-Blackwell us

    Levertijd: 5 tot 11 werkdagen



    Andere titels binnen de rubriek:
    Literatuurgeschiedenis buitenland


    Populaire titels binnen deze rubriek:
    <b>Dante Alighieri</b>,De Goddelijke Komedie
    Dante Alighieri
    De Goddelijke Komedie

    <b>Ernst  Braches</b>,Tischbeins Goethe-Bildnis
    Ernst Braches
    Tischbeins Goethe-Bildnis