Romans de la Table Ronde: Erec et Enide, Cligés, Lancelot, Yvain



Epub Romans De La Table Ronde Erec Et Enide, Clig S, Lancelot, Yvain By Chr Tien De Troyes Undercostruction.eu Four Arthurian Romances Are Originally Written In Old French, Sometime In The Second Half Of The 12th Century A.D., By The Court Poet Chretien DeTroyes Translation By W.W Comfort EREC ET ENIDE A Medieval Romance Explores A Knight S Conflict Between Love And Honour In Which Erec Goes Through Many Trials Until He Is Sure Of Enide S Loyalty And True Love CLIGES A ROMANCE Originally Written In Old French, Sometime In The Second Half Of The 12th Century A.D., By The Court Poet Chretien DeTroyes Translation By W.W Comfort, 1914 Cliges Exalts The Possibility Of Pure Love Outside Marriage, While The Haunting The Story Of The Grail Chronicles The Legendary Quest YVAIN OR THE KNIGHT WITH THE LION Yvain, The Knight Of The Lion, Who Is Rejected By His Wife And Performs A Number Of Heroic Deeds In Order To Regain Her Love It Was Probably Written In The 1170s Simultaneously With Lancelot, The Knight Of The Cart Yvain Seeks To Avenge His Cousin Calogrenant Who Had Been Defeated By An Otherworldly Knight Beside A Magical Storm Making Fountain In The Forest Of Broceliande LANCELOT OR THE KNIGHT OF THE CART This Medieval French Romance Is The Oldest Surviving Work About Lancelot When Queen Guinevere Is Abducted By Meleagrant, Lancelot Must Face Many Trials, Physical, Emotional, And Social, To Rescue Her Lancelot Is The First Story To Introduce Camelot S Greatest Knight And The Love Affair Between Him And Guinevere.Romans de la Table Ronde: Erec et Enide, Cligés, Lancelot, Yvain

Chr tien de Troyes, commonly regarded as the father of Arthurian romance and a key figure in Western literature, composed in French in the latter part of the twelfth century Virtually nothing is known of his life Possibly a native of Troyes, he enjoyed patronage there from the Countess Marie of Champagne before dedicating his last romance to Count Philip of Flanders, perhaps about 1182 His poet

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  • 12 February 2017

10 thoughts on “Romans de la Table Ronde: Erec et Enide, Cligés, Lancelot, Yvain

  1. says:

    This is the old, and obsolete, W.W Comfort prose translation from the early twentieth century he offered FOUR Arthurian romances by Chretien de Troyes, excluding the fifth, Perceval Since they are out of copyright, these translations are now being reprinted, ...

  2. says:

    Je donnerais 5 toiles sans h siter Chr tien de Troyes, mais je suis tr s d u par ce recueil, premi rement du fait que son titre m avait laiss croire qu il contenait l ensemble des romans de la table ronde, alors qu il fallait plut t le comprendre au sens o il en contient plus d un De mani re plus pr cise, le recueil contient des extraits d rec et nide, de Clig s ou la Fausse Morte, de m me que l enti ret de Lancelot le chevalier la charrette avec un r sum d une demi page de la suite crite par Geoffroy de Lagny et Yvain le chevalier au lion dans leur enti ret Ens...

  3. says:

    This is the old, and obsolete, W.W Comfort prose translation from the early twentieth century he offered FOUR Arthurian romances by Chretien de Troyes, excluding the fifth, Perceval Since they are out of copyright, these translations are now being reprinted, complet...

  4. says:

    How can you possibly review a collection of stories which are than 800 years old and which were a huge influence on Arthurian legend as a whole You can t I think ratings and reviews should compare books to others within the same general area There would be no point comparing an ancient Greek play, a biography, a YA vampire novel, an academic study and so on to each other because they aren t comparable I ve decided to give Four Arthurian Romances a rating of four stars on this basis Held up to a modern novel, the stories ramble, the characters are entirely unbelievable, the level of detail and, indeed, many of the details themselves are beyond excessive, the But none of this is the point Britain is a country rich in legend, some of the most popular of which is Arthurian and we owe substantial parts of this to de Troyes Probably one of the most well know stories is that of the Arthur Lancelot Guenevere love triangle and this is based largely on his Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart which is the last story in this collection This is where the pleasure in reading this book lies It is absolutely fascinating to read such early and ...

  5. says:

    This book is quiet good thinking that this book was chooses by my school to read I really liked it

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  7. says:

    How do you write a review of a classice that set the stage for a thousand King Arthur stories to follow Each one follows a distinct troubadour esque storyline of an undefeatable hero, who has the love and adoration of a Special Lady Each one has a variationexcept the one that is written by his patroness, Marie, Countess of Champagne Eleanor of Aquitaine s daughter That one is about Lancelot and Guinevere, and involves the heroic knight actually sleeping with Gui...

  8. says:

    There are some great stories in here that I am surprised are not already depicted in movies and art The idea of a man crossing a bridge that is a sword is incredible The story of Cliges and the faithful Fenice is roma...

  9. says:

    I assume that the language is fluid in old French, as it was originally written Based on the fact that I still followed what was going on easily and was still amused by the jokes and over the top drama...

  10. says:

    I was doing okay on this until I hit the last and longest story, which was just too much for me It s interesting to read, being of such a different era, but my modern sensibilities got in the way too much to let me really enjoy it.Marking as done so it doesn t haunt me on goodreads forever.

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