8 edition of Synge, the medieval and the grotesque found in the catalog.
|Statement||Toni O"Brien Johnson.|
|Series||Irish literary studies ;, 11|
|LC Classifications||PR5534 .J63 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||82008762|
Introduction. In Western Europe in the Middle Ages, tales of monstrous men circulated in manuscripts such as the Wonders of the East, a book written in two versions, Latin and Anglo-Saxon, between ca. and  The Wondersdetailed the outer reaches of the earth and its strange inhabitants such as the Blemmyae, a race of peoples with eyes on their chests. In The Mad Mulrannies (an illustration to J.M. Synge’s Playboy of the Western World) given to Thomas Bodkin in , Clarke includes a portrait of his friend Séan Keating, whose easily distinguishable features adorn characters in many illustrations and at least one or two stained glass windows. The faces and figures of the Mulrannies seem to 5/5.
As the book reaches its closing chapters, Synge's work is compared with Samuel Beckett's and Friel's. Synge and Beckett's work are considered to share a `medieval stage' that deconstructed the `bourgeoisification' of realism and The Playboy of the Western World is juxtaposed with Friel's Philadelphia, Here I Come! as Roche queries the `mother. x cm Irish Literary Studies series 4 Professor Thornton’s book calls into question the ideas generally held by critics of Synge that the religious milieu he was reared in had slight influence upon him, that his relationships with his family were of virtually no importance to him, and that he cared little for matters concerning ‘belief’ generally. Print Culture and the Medieval Authoris a book about books. Examining hundreds of early printed books and their late medieval analogues, Alexandra Gillespie writes a bibliographical history of the poet Geoffrey Chaucer and his follower John Lydgate in the century after the arrival of printing in England.
Everyday Life in Medieval England captures the day-to-day experience of people in the middle ages - the houses and settlements in which they lived, the food they ate, their getting and spending - and their social relationships. The picture that emerges is of great variety, of /5(5). I am in Aranmor, sitting over a turf fire, listening to a murmur of Gaelic that is rising from a little public-house under my room. The steamer which comes to Aran sails according to the tide, and it was six o'clock this morning when we left the quay of Galway in a dense shroud of mist. Book Description. Grotesque provides an invaluable and accessible guide to the use (and abuse) of this complex literary term. Justin D. Edwards and Rune Graulund explore the influence of the grotesque on cultural forms throughout history, with particular focus on .
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