The Study Of Chivalry

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The Study Of Chivalry

Author : Howell D. Chickering
ISBN : UVA:X004844545
Genre : History
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In a series of essays readers will find information about modern scholarship on the subject of chivalry and various suggestions for ways to teach some familiar and unfamiliar chivalric materials. Short bibliographies are provided for teachers' further use.
Category: History

The Redemption Of Chivalry

Author : Pauline Maud Matarasso
ISBN : 2600035699
Genre : Arthurian romances
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Category: Arthurian romances

Chivalry And Violence In Medieval Europe

Author : Richard Kaeuper
ISBN : 9780191542756
Genre : History
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Medieval Europe was a rapidly developing society with a problem of violent disorder. Professor Kaeuper's original and authoritative study reveals that chivalry was not simply part of the solution. Chivalry praised heroic violence by knights, and fused such displays of prowess with honour, piety, high status, and attractiveness to women. Though the vast body of chivalric literature, here examined, praises chivalry as necessary to civilization, most texts also worry over knightly violence, criticize all ideals and practices of chivalry, and often propose reforms. The knights themselves joined the debate, absorbing some reforms, ignoring others, sometimes proposing their own. Complexity likewise characterized the interaction of chivalry with major governing institutions ("church" and "state") emerging at the same time: kings and clerics both needed and feared the force of knighthood. This fascinating book lays bare the conflicts and paradoxes surrounding the concept of chivalry in medieval Europe.
Category: History

The High Court Of Chivalry

Author : George Drewry Squibb
ISBN : UOM:39015018638539
Genre : Civil law
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The Haskins Society Journal Studies In Medieval History

Author : Robert Patterson
ISBN : 9781852850319
Genre : History
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The Haskins Society, named after the celebrated American medievalist Charles Homer Haskins, was founded in 1982 to provide a forum for the discussion and study of English and related continental history in the middle ages.
Category: History

Chivalry And Knighthood In Scotland 1424 1513

Author : Katie Stevenson
ISBN : 1843831929
Genre : History
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Studies the manifestation of the chivalric ideal in medieval Scotland, casting much light on a hitherto unexplored area.
Category: History

War And Chivalry

Author : Matthew Strickland
ISBN : 052144392X
Genre : History
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The first detailed study of the behaviour in war of the military aristocracy in the Anglo-Norman period.
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Chivalry And Exploration 1298 1630

Author : Jennifer R. Goodman
ISBN : 0851157009
Genre : History
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The literature of medieval knighthood is shown to have influenced exploration narratives from Marco Polo to Captain John Smith.
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A Companion To Medieval English Literature And Culture C 1350 C 1500

Author : Peter Brown
ISBN : 9781405195522
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Challenges students to think beyond a narrowly defined canon and conventional disciplinary boundaries. Includes close readings of frequently studied texts, including texts by Chaucer, Langland, the Gawain poet, and Hoccleve.
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Chivalry And Romance In The English Renaissance

Author : Alex Davis
ISBN : 0859917770
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A reinterpretation of the place and significance of chivalric culture in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and what it says about contemporary attitudes to the medieval.
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Nobles Knights And Men At Arms In The Middle Ages

Author : Maurice Keen
ISBN : 9781852850876
Genre : History
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The literature of chivalry and of courtly love has left an indelible impression on western ideas. What is less clear is how far the contemporary warrior aristocracy took this literature to heart and how far its ideals had influence in practice, especially in war. These are questions that Maurice Keen is uniquely qualified to answer. This book is a collection of Maurice Keen's articles and deals with both the ideas of chivalry and the reality of warfare. He discusses brotherhood-in-arms, courtly love, crusades, heraldry, knighthood, the law of arms, tournaments and the nature of nobility, as well as describing the actual brutality of medieval warfare and the lure of plunder. While the standards set by chivalric codes undoubtedly had a real, if intangible, influence on the behaviour of contemporaries, chivalry's idealisation of the knight errant also enhanced the attraction of war, endorsing its horrors with a veneer of acceptability.
Category: History

Bushido

Author : Inazo Nitobe
ISBN : 9781602063181
Genre : Social Science
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The first book of its kind, Bushido, The Soul of Japan, first published in 1905, brings the rich ethics and traditions of the samurai to a Western audience. Never before had anyone explained the life of the samurai in English, nor had anyone traced how this code has shaped the character of the Japanese people. Nitobe explains all aspects of samurai life, from sword training to cultural education. History buffs and anyone interested in this unique culture will enjoy this thorough and engaging account of a warrior's code from a time long past. Japanese politician and author INAZO NITOBE (1862-1933) attended Sapporo Agricultural College, where he converted to Christianity. In 1884, he came to the United States to study at Johns Hopkins University and became a Quaker. He was a prolific writer, most remembered for writing about his native Japan for a Western audience.
Category: Social Science

Medieval Warfare

Author : Everett U. Crosby
ISBN : 9781135576264
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Hono sapiens, homo pugnans, and so it has been since the beginning of recorded history. In the Middle Ages, especially, armed conflict and the military life were so much a part of the political and cultural development that a general account of this period is, in large measure, a description of how men went to war.
Category: Literary Criticism

Chivalry

Author : Edgar Prestage
ISBN : 9781136199226
Genre : Social Science
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This volume, intended for the general reader, throws a great deal of light on that very characteristic feature of the Middle Ages, the institution of Chivalry. The first chapter deals with the place of chivalry in history, describing its effects and influences. Subsequent chapters address the earliest beginnings of chivalry and its manifestations in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, etc. Among other subjects dealt with are the Courtesy books, the romances of Chivalry, and the Chivalric ideal. The book is an excellent introduction to a field that has been greatly neglected in recent years. This edition first published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Social Science

The English In The Twelfth Century

Author : John Gillingham
ISBN : 0851157327
Genre : History
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Defining essays on questions of newly-emerging English nationalism and the political importance of chivalric values and knightly obligations, as perceived by contemporary historians.
Category: History