Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-333) and index.
|Statement||Robert L. Kindrick.|
|Series||Garland studies in medieval literature ;, v. 8|
|LC Classifications||PR1990.H4 Z677 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 345 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||92044717|
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Kindrick, Robert L. Henryson and the medieval arts of rhetoric. New York: Routledge, Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric. DOI link for Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric. Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric book. Camargo M. Review: R.L. Kindrick's Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric. Speculum. Jan;70(1) : Martin Camargo. The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to INSTRUCTORS. All instructor resources (*see Exceptions) are now available on our Instructor instructor credentials will not grant access to the Hub, but existing and new users may request access student .
Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric. New York: Garland, [An "open thesis" study of Henryson's use of rhetorical tradition.] MacQueen, John. Robert Henryson. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, [A major study emphasizing Henryson's role as a transitional figure.] McDiarmid, Matthew. Robert Henryson. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press. The expression medieval rhetoric refers to the study and practice of rhetoric from approximately CE (with the publication of St. Augustine's On Christian Doctrine) to During the Middle Ages, two of the most influential works from the classical period were Cicero's De Inventione (On Invention) and the anonymous Rhetorica ad Herennium Author: Richard Nordquist. Eleven essays by leading scholars of music, liturgy, literature, manuscript production, and architecture analyse how the medieval arts invited collaborative performances designed to persuade. Using concepts derived from rhetoric to analyse specific examples, the essays show the immense power of those forms of rhetoric which are 'beyond words'.Format: Hardcover. (See Kindrick, Henryson and the Medieval Arts of Rhetoric, pp. ) Each of Henryson's moralitates contains its own interest, and a reader must reflect on how the author perceived and adapted each of the individual tales in the context of ethical behavior.
Read this book on Questia. This volume presents three medieval treatises on speaking and writing—three “Arts” (books) designed by their authors to assist their colleagues in the preparation of poems, letters, hymns, sermons, or any other kind of composition. A rhetorical study of Henryson’s work that details Henryson’s use of the ars poetria, ars dictiminis, ars notaria, and ars praedicandi. Provides an overview of medieval rhetorical traditions. A. A. McDonald MAE 39 70 Chaucer's influence on Henryson's Fables J. Stephens ES 51 70 Henryson's AnnunciationD. Fox SP 69 72 `Sum practysis of medecyne'L. W. Patterson PQ 52 73 Christian & Pagan in Test. CresseidJ. A. Burrow EC 25 75 Henryson's Preaching of the SwallowG. Clark ELH 43 76 Henryson & Aesop: the fable transformedLarry Sklute ELH 44 77 . Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric: Language Arts and Literary Theory, AD contributes to two fields, the history of the language arts and the history of literary theory. It brings together essential sources in the disciplines of grammar and rhetoric which were used to understand literary form and language and teach literary by: