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Ekphrastic medieval visions

Claire Barbetti

Ekphrastic medieval visions

a new discussion in interarts theory

by Claire Barbetti

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetics,
  • Ekphrasis,
  • Medieval Poetry,
  • History and criticism,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementClaire Barbetti
    SeriesThe new Middle Ages, New Middle Ages (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN56.E45 B37 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25149397M
    ISBN 100230109845
    ISBN 109780230109841
    LC Control Number2011015473
    OCLC/WorldCa711049348

    Visions and Longings book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The women mystics of medieval Europe represent the very first /5(13). Ekphrasis and the object / Valerie Allen -- Multilingual lists and Chaucer's "The Former Age" / Sarah Stanbury -- Speaking images? Iconographic criticism and Chaucerian emphasis / John M. Bowers -- Vision and desire in Mary Magdalene and The Winter's Tale / Claudia Olk -- Feeling thinking: Pearl's ekphrastic imagination / Anke Bernau -- From enslavement to discernment: learning to see in.

    However, medieval dream-visions are more than just a random compilation of bizarre discourses or an easy way to dodge critics. By using a pattern familiar to the reader, the dream-vision becomes a purposeful device to draw the audience into an examination of common philosophies and ideas, while simultaneously providing entertaining fiction. Visions from the Book Visions from the Book Sequentia - Benjamin Bagby Deutsche Harmonia Mundi (BMG) 2 [CD] Contents: Anon (mid 13th c.): Samson dux fortissime (lai) Anon (early 13th c.): A deserto veniens (conductus à 2) Peter Abelard: Dolorum solatium (planctus) Anon (14th c., Bavaria): Liber generationis (chant).

    Sheila Martin: "My first novel, The Coney Island Book of the Dead, An Illustrated Novel, recently won the McLaughlin-Esstman-Stearns First Novel Prize. In addition I have pieces in the current issues of four literary journals: Ginosko (#19), Earthen Lamp Journal (Volume II, issue 1), The Legendary (#69) and Volume 1, Brooklyn. Like the novel for the modern era, the vision narrative for the Middle Ages was an enormously popular and enduring literary form. Along with romance, it was perhaps the genre of the age; or, one might equally say, the period from the twelfth century through the fourteenth was the Age of the Dream Vision.


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Ekphrastic Medieval Visions: A New Discussion in Interarts Theory (The New Middle Ages) th Edition by C. Barbetti (Author)Format: Hardcover. Reviews. "Barbetti's book offers a much welcome addition to contemporary poetics and the theory of ekphrasis in particular, which often omits the Middle Ages and its rich resources for thinking the cultural relations between the verbal and visual arts.

Ekphrastic Medieval Visions makes a beautiful case for the importance of medieval genres such as the dream-vision for understanding ekphrasis as a. Ekphrastic Medieval Visions makes a beautiful case for the importance of medieval genres such as the dream-vision for understanding ekphrasis as a dynamic verb that activates a kinetically vibrant body-time-space dimension in poetry, but also in cultural memory."Price: $ Introduction.

Explores the transformative power of ekphrasis in high and late medieval dream visions and mystical visions. Demonstrates that medieval ekphrases reveal ekphrasis as a process rather than a genre and shows how it works with cultural memory to transform, shift, and revise composition.

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Anne Brannen “Ekphrastic Medieval Visions: A New Discussion in Ekphrasis and Interarts Theory” argues that the dream-vision and mystical-vision texts of the high and late Middle Ages.

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Ekphrastic Medieval Visions A New Discussion in Interarts Theory by C. Barbetti and Publisher Palgrave Macmillan. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN: "Ekphrastic Medieval Visions: A New Discussion in Ekphrasis and Interarts Theory" argues that the dream-vision and mystical-vision texts of the high and late Middle Ages are ekphrastic works.

With their inclusion within the purview of criticism and theories of ekphrasis, new formal qualities of the ekphrastic mode come to the surface such as its dynamism and polytemporality, its reliance on.

Visions on Alligator Alley book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Visions on Alligator Alley is an ekphrastic story in ver. Abstract T he mystical vision text is a special ekphrastic creature.

She is wilier than her cousin the dream vision; she often hides behind great slabs of spiritual truth so that her diaphanous layers are neither disturbed nor divulged. Her claim to verity in representation, after all, lies often in the denial that representation is possible. Over the centuries, Spenser’sFaerie Queenehas seemed, to many readers, pervasively ekphrastic.¹ That statement becomes immediately convincing only if one adopts the broad definition of ekphrasis employed by influential rhetoricians of the classical, medieval, and early modern periods—as well as by other authors in this collection.

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Scivias, an illustrated tome, was Hildegard of Bingen’s first, and perhaps the most famous of her writings. Scivias, (“Know the Ways”) describes 26 of Hildegard’s most vivid g: Ekphrastic.

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Demonstrates that medieval ekphrases reveal ekphrasis as a process rather than a genre and shows how it works with cultural memory to transform, shift.