|Author:||John J. McGavin|
|Title:||Chaucer & Dissimilarity: Literary Comparisons in Chaucer and Other Late-Medieval Writing|
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|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (June 1, 2000)|
This book claims that a specifically rhetorical basis can be found for Chaucer's creativity, and for the openness of his work to multiple readings. The book is the first to explore the three medieval figures of comparison, imago, similitudo, and exemplum, as a web of interrelated devices which operate at different levels in his work from the individual image through thematics and narrative structure to metapoetics
Chaucer and Dissimilarity: Literary Comparisons in Chaucer and Other Late-Medieval Writings. Cranbury, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000. Pp. iv, 240. ISBN: 0-838-63814-7. McGavin in fact delivers most of this illumination in his book. The opening chapter on the mechanics of rhetorical comparison is a strong and useful discussion, especially as it distinguishes among similitude, imago, and exemplum. I have only two small notes of regret, however
Chaucer and dissimilarity: literary comparisons in Chaucer and other late-medieval writing more. 6. Chaucer, Geoffrey, d. 1400Philosophy.
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After earlier work on Chaucer, including Chaucer and Dissimilarity: Literary Comparisons in Chaucer and other Late-Medieval Writing (AUP 2000), I have concentrated on the primary records of early English and Scottish drama, theatricality in its widest sense, ceremony, and play. This led to Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland (Ashgate 2007), which won the 2009 Frank Watson Prize for Scottish History. I recently co-authored Imagining spectatorship: from the mysteries to the Shakespearean stage (OUP 2016) with Professor Greg Walker of the University of Edinburgh. Theatricality and Narrative in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland.
Literary Comparisons in Chaucer and Other Late-medieval Writing. McGavin. Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press. Category: Literary Collections. Page: 240. View: 3027. This book claims that a specifically rhetorical basis can be found for Chaucer's creativity, and for the openness of his work to multiple readings. The presence of so many fabliaux in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is intriguing in its own right, given the fact that there are no real fabliaux in Middle English befor Chaucer. But these stories are also interesting as instances of a concept and practice thas has received little critical attention so far, namely 'analogy', the writing and, above all, recognition of 'similar' stories.
This book is the first to describe Chaucer's literary influence across a wide range of writers and periods
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McGavin, . Chaucer and Dissimilarity: Literary Comparisons in Chaucer. Late medieval philosophy, 1350–1500 - Zénon Kaluza INTRODUCTION No fact in philosophical or other history underlies the commonlymade division of fourteenth century philosophy around the year 1350, except perhaps the Black Death of 1348–9, which overcame the Oxford masters an. History of philosophy.