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|This critical edition of the 23,348 line poem will be greatly appreciated by French and medieval scholars. Preface and introduction in English, text and notes in French.|
Eric Sidney Murrell - 1926 - Snippet view
|duties. Girart's fiefdom thus becomes independent of the French crown (though |
Charles can still hunt there). On parting, Elissent gives Girart a ring in token of her
love. Later, when Charles is hunting in Girart's territory, he is piqued to see the ...
|... indeed, prodigious. Girart de Vienne. hero of another song.12 also fares ill with |
his sovereign. Charlemagne seems incapable of dealing fairly with Girart or his
brother Renier except under pressure from the great barons of the king's court.
|and Isolt, Girart de Roussillon and his wife Berthe take refuge in a forest, seeking |
an escape from Girart 's overlord, Charles Martel, who has defeated Girart in
battle and put a price on his head. Again, just as in the Tristan legend, the life
|P. Meyer, in Romania, 1878), dating from the beginning of the 1 2th century and |
written probably by a monk of the abbey of Pothières or of Vezelai, both of which
were founded in 860 by Girart; in Girart tie Roussillon, a chanson de geste written
|Saly, Antoinette. “La date du Charlemagne de Girart d'Amiens.” In Au carrefour |
des routes d 'Europe: la chanson de geste, actes du Xe Congres International de
la Société Rencesvals. Aix-en-Provence: CUER MA, 1987, Vol. 2, pp. 975-81.
Christopher Harper-Bill, Ruth Harvey - 1988 - Preview
|Knights and Knighthood in Girart de Roussillon . MARY HACKETT After the well-|
documented and convincing article by Linda Paterson on 'Knights and the
Concept of Knighthood in the Twelfth-century Occitan Epic',1 there may not seem
to be ...
|It could even be argued that the ending of the poem, with its ominous |
announcement of the long future struggle between Charlemagne and Girart de
Fraite, would have spoken to to a borghese public whose other adaptations of the
matiere de ...