Vient de paraître : “Laments for the Lost in Medieval Literature”

Source: Brepols Publishers

J. Tolmie, M. J. Toswell (eds.), Laments for the Lost in Medieval Literature, Turnhout, Brepols, 2010. 60 euros

This is a collection of essays on the subject of lament in the medieval period, with a particular emphasis on parental grief. The analysis of texts about pain and grief is an increasingly important area in medieval studies, offering as it does a means of exploring the ways in which cultural meanings arise from loss and processes of mourning. The international scholars who come together to produce this volume discuss subjects as diverse as lament psalms in Old and Middle English, medieval Latin laments, mourning in Anglo-Saxon literature, mourning through objects, medieval art and archaeology, Old French poetic elegy, skaldic poetry, medieval women’s writing, Old Polish drama, English massacre plays, and Middle English nativity lyrics.

Singing a Song of Sorrow: Tropes of Lament ANNE L. KLINCK

Structures of Sorrow: The Lament Psalms in Medieval England M. J. TOSWELL

Dustsceawung: Texting the Dead in the Old English Elegies MARY K. RAMSEY

The Grave, the Sword, and the Lament: Mourning for the Future in Beowulf ANNE SAVAGE

Laments for Lost Children: Latin Traditions JAN M. ZIOLKOWSKI

The Language of Philomena’s Lament SUSAN SMALL

Mary, Motherhood, and Theatricality in the Old Polish Listen, Dear Brothers and Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale ANNA CZARNOWUS

‘Myth to Live By’ in Sonatorrek JOSEPH HARRIS

‘Non enim possum plorare nec lamenta fundere’: Sonatorrek in a Tenth-Century Context til minningar um Stefán Karlsson RUSSELL POOLE

Lullaby as Lament: Learning to Mourn in Middle English Nativity Lyrics AMY N. VINES

Natural Feeling and Unnatural Mothers: Herod the Great, The Life of Saint Bridget, and Chaucer’s Clerk’s Tale REBECCA KRUG

‘Son, dey þou nat without þy modyre’: The Landscape of Suffering in The Lamentacioun of Oure Lady ELIZABETH TOWL

Christine de Pizan’s Life in Lament: Love, Death, and Politics NADIA MARGOLIS

Spinning Women and Manly Soldiers: Grief and Game in the English Massacre Plays JANE TOLMIE

Postscript/Postlude/Afterword  DEREK PEARSALL



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Damien Boquet (2010, 11 novembre). Vient de paraître : “Laments for the Lost in Medieval Literature” Les émotions au Moyen Âge, carnet d'EMMA. Consulté le 17 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o7gy

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