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001    on1022587288 
003    OCoLC 
005    20190718105657.0 
008    161214t20172017enka     b    001 0 eng d 
010      2017471356 
015    GBB6K7562|2bnb 
016 7  018150405|2Uk 
020    9781910887134|q(hbk.) 
020    1910887137|q(hbk.) 
040    NLE|beng|erda|cNLE|dNLE|dWLU|dOCLCF|dOCLCA|dDLC|dRES|dKUK
049    WCHA 
050  4 NX449|b.P47 2017 
090    NX449|b.P474 2017 
245 00 Performing medieval text /|cedited by Ardis Butterfield, 
       Henry Hope and Pauline Souleau. 
264  1 Cambridge :|bLegenda, an imprint of the Modern Humanities 
       Research Association,|c2017. 
264  4 |c©2017 
300    viii, 217 pages :|billustrations (some colored) ;|c25 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 0  Legenda (General series) 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |tPerforming manuscripts /|rElizabeth Eva Leach --|tWhy 
       Job was not a musician : patron saints of music and 
       musicians in the Middle Ages /|rFranz Körndle --|tGiving 
       voice to Samson and Delilah : troubadour and monastic 
       songs of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries /
       |rCatherine Lèglu --|tTíđ, tíđindi : Skaldic verse as 
       performance event /|rAnnemari Ferreira --|tThe Austinian 
       performance utterance and the Thomistic doctrine of the 
       sacraments /|rMatthew Cheung Salisbury --|tDante's 
       purgatory and liturgical performance /|rJennifer Rushworth
       --|tAmbiguous author portraits in Christine de Pizan's 
       compilation manuscript, British Library, Harley MS 4431 /
       |rCharlotte E. Cooper --|tPerforming self and (self-
       )representations : Froissart's identities in Le voyage en 
       Béarn and in Alexandre Dumas's novels /|rPauline Souleau -
       -|t"Advenisti desiderabilis" : Emperor Charles V as the 
       saviour of true faith /|rMoritz Kelber --|tMonophonic song
       in motets : performing quoted material and performing 
       quotation /|rMatthew P. Thomson --|tPerforming Minnesang :
       editing "Loybere risen" /|rHenry Hope. 
520    "Texts of different kinds grant insight into the rich 
       cultural canvas of the Middle Ages: epic poetry, 
       vernacular lyric, and music; liturgical rites and 
       ceremonial manuals; manuscripts, illuminations, modern 
       adaptations and editions, and many more. Adopting a range 
       of disciplinary perspectives--literary studies, liturgical
       studies, and musicology--this collection of essays reveals
       the two-fold performative nature of such texts: they 
       document, mediate, or prefigure acts of performance, while
       at the same time taking on performative roles themselves 
       by generating additional layers of meaning. Focussing on 
       acts, authors, and performative processes of reception, 
       the contributors demonstrate the significance of the 
       performative to the culture and study of the High and Late
       Middle Ages (c.1000-1500), from troubadour songs and 
       Minnesang to motets, from the biblical figure of Job to 
       Christine de Pizan and Dante, from Scandinavia to Béarn 
       and Imperial Augsburg." --publisher's web page, viewed 2/
650  0 Arts, Medieval. 
650  0 Civilization, Medieval. 
650  0 Performative (Philosophy) 
650  7 Arts, Medieval.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00818126 
650  7 Civilization, Medieval.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00863049 
650  7 Performative (Philosophy)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01057886 
700 1  Butterfield, Ardis,|eeditor. 
700 1  Hope, Henry,|d1986-|eeditor. 
700 1  Souleau, Pauline,|d1985-|eeditor. 
710 2  Modern Humanities Research Association,|eissuing body. 
994    C0|bWCH 
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