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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • France, Southern

Subjects:

  • Provençal poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism.,
  • Women and literature -- France, Southern -- History -- To 1500.,
  • Civilization, Medieval, in literature.,
  • Troubadours.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited by William D. Paden.
SeriesMiddle Ages series
ContributionsPaden, William D. 1941-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPC3308 .V65 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 264 p. :
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2186835M
ISBN 100812281675
LC Control Number89004920

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The Voice of the Trobairitz. Book Description: During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, southern France witnessed first a burgeoning, then a decline in the poetry of women troubadours-trobairitz. During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, southern France witnessed first a burgeoning, then a decline in the poetry of women troubadours--trobairitz. Author Information PadenWilliam D.: William D. Paden is Professor Emeritus of French at Northwestern University. Toward a delimitation of the trobairitz corpus / Francois Zufferey --Las trobairitz soiseubudas / Frank M. Chambers --Notes toward the study of a female rhetoric in the trobairitz / Joan M. Ferrante --Was Bieiris de Romans lesbian?: women's relations with each other in the world of troubadours / Angelica Rieger --"Tost me trobaretz fenida. Buy The Voice of the Trobairitz: Perspectives on the Women Troubadours (The Middle Ages Series) Reprint ed. by Paden, William D. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

  Trobairitz by Catherine Owen is an interesting poetic parallel between the female troubadours who composed music in the 12th and 13th centuries and the modern day metal rocker chick. It is a feminist piece that portrays dark misogynistic subject matter, but with an empowering voice towards women being aware of these issues/5(1).   CLAUDIA KEELAN is the author of six books of poetry, most recently O, Heart (). Her honors include the Beatrice Hawley Award from Alice James Books and The Jerome Shestack Prize from the American Poetry Review. Truth of My Songs: The Poems of the Trobairitz is her first book Reviews: 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English. Description: 1 online resource: 4 illustrations: Contents: Frontmatter --Contents --Introduction --I. PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS Toward a Delimitation of the Trobairitz Corpus Las trobairitz soiseubudas VOICE OF THE TROBAIRITZ Notes Toward the Study of a Female Rhetoric in the Trobairitz . Truth of My Songs is a translation of poems written by the women troubadours, known as trobairitz, whose poems disappeared after the Albigensian crusade of Together, the poems present a profound argument—for and against—the notion of fin’ amor, the pure or fine notion of love, invented by their male counterparts. Tragic, raucous, vulgar, silly, and strange, the poems of the.

The Voice of the Trobairitz: Perspectives on the Women Troubadours (Philadelphia, ), and Doris Earnshaw, The Female Voice in Medieval Romance Lyric, Romance Languages and. Literature 68 (New York, ), a study that situates the female troubadours with respect to the. tradition of woman's song. The Voice of the Trobairitz: Perspectives on the Women Troubadours By William D. Paden University of Pennsylvania Press, Read preview Overview The Death of the Troubadour: The Late Medieval Resistance to the Renaissance By Gregory B. Stone University of Pennsylvania Press, Tragic, raucous, vulgar, silly, and strange, the poems of the trobairitz prove that women’s history has been recorded since the first woman raised her voice and lifted a pen. About the Author CLAUDIA KEELAN is the author of six books of poetry, most recently O, Heart (). The first part of Trobairitz, “Cansos and Other Forms of Adoration,” is epic in both style and ambition, as Owen pounds out sombre love, transcendent rhythms, and gender-bending boldness. “Dividing love from desire – nothing new – there is a history to this knife / but each time I grip the blade backwards / in my own endless narrative.