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    Deutsche Lyrik des frühen und hohen Mittelalters.

    Sayce, Olive
    Arbitrium, 1997, Vol.15(1), pp.33-36
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    Titre: Deutsche Lyrik des frühen und hohen Mittelalters.
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Editeur: Walter de Gruyter, Berlin / New York
    Fait partie de: Arbitrium, 1997, Vol.15(1), pp.33-36
    Identifiant: 0723-2977 (ISSN); 1865-8849 (E-ISSN); 10.1515/arbi.1997.15.1.33 (DOI)

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    Plurilingualism in the Carmina Burana : a study of the linguistic and literary influences on the Codex

    Sayce, Olive
    Göppingen : Kümmerle
    1992
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    Titre: Plurilingualism in the Carmina Burana : a study of the linguistic and literary influences on the Codex / Olive Sayce
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Editeur: Göppingen : Kümmerle
    Date: 1992
    Collation: XV, 244 p. ; 21 cm
    Collection: Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik ; Nr. 556
    Documents dans cette collection: Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik
    Sujet RERO: Multilinguisme - Carmina burana
    Classification: ge-ulal MA/E 3SAYC Plu itc
    Identifiant: 3874527964 (ISBN)
    No RERO: 1774472
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-1774472/html?view=GE_V1

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    Romanisch beeinflusste Lieder des Minnesangs : mit Übersetzung, Kommentar und Glossar

    Sayce, Olive
    Göppingen : Kümmerle
    1999
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    Titre: Romanisch beeinflusste Lieder des Minnesangs : mit Übersetzung, Kommentar und Glossar / hrsg. von Olive Sayce
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Editeur: Göppingen : Kümmerle
    Date: 1999
    Collation: X, 299 p. ; 21 cm
    Collection: Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik ; Nr. 664
    Documents dans cette collection: Göppinger Arbeiten zur Germanistik
    Sujet RERO: langues romanes - influence exercée - Minnesang - époque Mittelhochdeutsch
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Anthologies]
    Classification: ge-ulal MA/K 1Rom bld
    Identifiant: 387452910X (ISBN)
    No RERO: R003029979
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R003029979/html?view=GE_V1

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    The medieval German lyric : 1150-1300 : the development of its themes and forms in their European context

    Sayce, Olive
    Oxford : Clarendon Press
    1982
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    Titre: The medieval German lyric : 1150-1300 : the development of its themes and forms in their European context / Olive Sayce
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Editeur: Oxford : Clarendon Press
    Date: 1982
    Collation: XVIII, 511 p. ; 25 cm
    Sujet RERO: Poésie allemande - époque Mittelhochdeutsch
    Classification: ge-ulhg VI 1a SAYC
    Identifiant: 019815772X (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb36609265j (URN)
    No RERO: 0483140
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-0483140/html?view=GE_V1

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    Homer: The Iliad and the Odyssey

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: Homer: The Iliad and the Odyssey
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: Similes of all kinds may be used in Homer to embellish the narrative and lend weight to the characters, to emphasize a particular stage in the action or a key theme, and to introduce an element of comment and interpretation which permits events and characters to be viewed from a different angle. The fact that the dominant part of complex similes, that which contains the actual comparison (the comparatio), is usually expressed verbally by the timeless present or aorist, in contrast to the subject of the comparison, i.e. that to which the comparison is applied (the comparandum), which as part of the narrative is associated with the historic past, lends a generalizing and universal perspective to the work. There is a considerable difference between the Iliad and the Odyssey, both in the incidence of similes in general, and also in the nature and structure of exemplary comparisons in particular, which is in part explained by the different subject-matter of the two works.The IliadSimiles...
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)

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    Virgil: The Aeneid

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: Virgil: The Aeneid
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: There is in the Aeneid of Virgil, as in Homer, more particularly in the Iliad, a very great abundance of similes, and many of them are indeed based on Homeric models. The general range of their subject-matter is very similar to that in Homer, with images derived from the natural and animal world, the heavens, elemental phenomena, and human pursuits. As in Homer, the similes are mostly extended, active and dynamic in nature, and bipartite in structure.There is one instance of a general comparison with attributes of a god: I. 588 restitit Aeneas claraque in luce refulsit, ∣ os umerosque deo similis (Aeneas stood forth and was resplendent in the clear light, like a god in face and shoulders). This passage is associated with another simile in the lines which follow: this beauty had been bestowed on him by his mother, beauty such as that which the hand gives to ivory, or when silver or Parian marble is set in gold. When Juno fashions a likeness of Aeneas to send into battle to confound...
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)

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    Latin Poets from Catullus to Ovid

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: Latin Poets from Catullus to Ovid
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: In contradistinction to Homer and Virgil, the Latin poets examined in this chapter,Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Horace and Ovid, utilize a much wider range of voice and person, frequently adopting a first-person stance, so that the exemplary comparisons and identifications in their work may be presented from a perspective differing from that in epic narrative. In order to assess the significance of specific comparison or identification with an exemplar, it is necessary also to examine the extent to which each poet makes general reference to the characters and stories of myth in his work.CatullusCatullus, the earliest of this group of poets, makes considerable use of exemplary comparisons, and particularly in poem 68 (see Catull. 2–4) they form a very significant element in the development and structure of the text. By comparison with Homer and Virgil, there is a very marked increase in the number of non-divine figures cited in the comparisons and the one example of identification...
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)

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    Latin Poets from Antiquity to the Middle Ages

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: Latin Poets from Antiquity to the Middle Ages
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: From Antiquity onwards the Latin language remained in use as a supranational medium in Western, and later also in parts of Eastern, Europe as the language of education and all higher learning, of the Church, of law and administration, and as the vehicle of written texts of all kinds, including poetic texts. The tradition of exemplary comparisons and identifications attested in the classical Latin authors is transmitted to later Latin poets in the period stretching from Antiquity to the Middle Ages and beyond. The repertory of exemplars no longer consists solely of mythological characters, though these are still frequent, but may be expanded by the introduction of historical and biblical figures and the names of classical authors, oftenwith combinations of figures from all these different spheres, but the basic principle prompting their use, that of lending weight to praise or blame, remains the same. The period from Antiquity to the Middle Ages is a vast one. It is dicult to draw...
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)

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    The Troubadour Poets

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: The Troubadour Poets
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: Most of the poets' dates are uncertain, and therefore only an approximate chronological arrangement can be attempted, with the following rough groupings of poets who make use of exemplary comparisons: poets of the twelfth century; those writing at the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries; those whose poetic activity extends into the first decades of the thirteenth century; those falling entirely within the thirteenth century. Those poets writing in the twelfth century begin (in approximate chronological order) with Marcabru and include Rigaut de Berbezilh, Raimbaut d'Orange, Bernart de Ventadorn, Raimon Jordan, Arnaut de Mareuil, Arnaut Daniel, Bertran de Born, Folquet de Marseille, Guiraut de Bornelh, Garin d'Apchier, Guiraut de Salinhac and Guiraudo lo Ros. Those twelfth-century poets whose poetic activity extends into the early years of the thirteenth century include Gaucelm Faidit, Peire Vidal,Guillem Magret, Raimbaut de Vaqueiras, perhaps also La Comtessa de Dia,...
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)

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    The Trouvère Poets

    Sayce, Olive
    Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
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    Titre: The Trouvère Poets
    Auteur: Sayce, Olive
    Date: 21 February 2008
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures
    Description: In Northern France, the troubadour lyric became known and imitated from about 1160, and among the features taken over was the use of exemplary comparisons. Many of the examples from troubadour poets cited in the previous chapter belong to the second half of the twelfth century, whereas among the trouvère poets who employ exemplary comparisons,only Chrétien (fl. c. 1160–1185), and Guillaume de Ferrières (d. 1204) can be assigned to this period. There are a few poets from the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (Le Chastelain de Couci, Guiot de Provins, Blondel de Nesle and Eustache le Peintre), but a poet with a substantial œuvre such as Gace Brulé (fl. c. 1179–1212) has no instances of exemplary comparisons in his work (for a probably spurious example ascribed to him in one manuscript see p. 219). Similarly, the considerable poet Gontier de Soignies, probably also writing at the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, has no exemplary comparisons proper in his work....
    Fait partie de: Exemplary Comparison from Homer to Petrarch
    Identifiant: 9781846156366 (E-ISBN); 184615636X (E-ISBN)