Qui bien aime a tarde oblie’: Lemmata and Lists in the Parliament of Fowls2017-02-01T16:34:09+00:00

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Congratulations to Martha Rust, whose essay, “‘Qui bien aime a tarde oblie’: Lemmata and Lists in the Parliament of Fowls” has just been published in the scholarly volume, Chaucer: Visual Approaches!

“This collection looks beyond the literary, religious, and philosophical aspects of Chaucer’s texts to a new mode of interdisciplinary scholarship: one that celebrates the richness of Chaucer’s visual poetics. The twelve illustrated essays make connections between Chaucer’s texts and various forms of visual data, both medieval and modern.

Basing their approach on contemporary understandings of interplay between text and image, the contributors examine a wealth of visual material, from medieval art and iconographical signs to interpretations of Chaucer rendered by contemporary artists. The result uncovers interdisciplinary potential that deepens and informs our understanding of Chaucer’s poetry in an age in which digitization makes available a wealth of facsimiles and other visual resources.

A learned assessment of imagery and Chaucer’s work that opens exciting new paths of scholarship, Chaucer: Visual Approaches will be welcomed by scholars of literature, art history, and medieval and early modern studies.”

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