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Lancelot ou le Chevalier de la Charrette a t compos vers la fin du me si cle par Chr tien de Troyes et a fini par Godefroi de Lagny dans le texte Le clerc Godefroi de Lagny a achev La Charrette Mais que personne ne lui reproche d avoir continu le travail de Chr tien car il l a fait avec le complet accord de Chr tien qui l a commenc traduction de Daniel Poirion in Chr tien de Troyes uvres compl tes Gallimard La Pl iade p Il a t termin vers sources The Princeton Charrette Project l Universit de Princeton et The Charrette Project l Universit de Baylor br Ce po me a t le premier introduire Lancelot comme l une des figures principales de la l gende du Roi Arthur Il d crit la relation adult re entre Lancelot et Gueni vre l pouse du roi Arthur et la volont de Lancelot de se soumettre l humiliation d tre transport dans la charrette le v hicule honteux utilis a transporter des hommes condamn s la mort sur l chafaud afin de d couvrir des nouvelles de la reine Gueni vre enlev e, Series Editors Bernth Lindfors University of Texas at Austin Robert Lecker McGill University David O Connell Georgia State University David William Foster Arizona State University Janet Pe rez Texas Tech University Twayne s United States Authors English Authors and World Authors Series present concise critical introductions to great writers and their works Devoted to critical interpretation and discussion of an author s work each study takes account of major literary trends and important scholarly contributions and provides new critical insights with an original point of view An Authors Series volume addresses readers ranging from advanced high school students to university professors The book suggests to the informed reader new ways of considering a writer s work A reader new to the work under examination will after reading the Authors Series be compelled to turn to the originals bringing to the reading a basic knowledge and fresh critical perspectives Each volume features A critical interpretive study and explication of the author s works A brief biography of the author An accessible chronology outlining the life work and relevant historical background of the author Aids for further study complete notes and references a selected annotated bibliography and an index A readable style presented in a manageable length, No description available, Held on Dec cosponsored by the Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies City College of the City University of New York and others br br Machaut s medical musical world Madeleine Pelner Cosman br The role of science in the Jewish community in fourteenth century France Bernard R Goldstein br Subtilitates Anglicanae in fourteenth century Paris John of Mirecourt and Peter Ceffons John E Murdoch br Kinematics more ethereal than elementary John D North br Scientific thought in fourteenth century Paris Jean Buridan and Nicole Oresme Edward Grant br Giovanni de Dondi and Guido da Vigevano notes toward a typology of medieval technological writings Bert S Hall br French illumination in the time of Guillaume de Machaut Marcel Thomas br Paper manufacturing and early books Susan O Thompson br The poet at the fountain Machaut as narrative poet William Calin br Machaut s self awareness as author and producer Sarah Jane Manley Williams br The imaginary universe of Guillaume de Machaut Daniel Poirion br From clerc to poe te the relevance of the Romance of the rose to Machaut s world Karl D Uitti br The poetic uvre of Guillaume de Machaut the identity of discourse and the discourse of identity Kevin Brownlee br Froissart s Le joli buisson de Jonece a farewell to poetry Michelle A Freeman br Bertilak s lady the French background of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Richard R Griffith br Innovation in high fourteenth century Gothic the church of St Ouen Rouen and the Cathedral of Palma Majorca Robert Mark br French influences on the early development of civic art in Italy Jonathan B Riess