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The Montecassino Passion and the poetics of medieval drama

Robert Edwards

The Montecassino Passion and the poetics of medieval drama

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Published by University of Caifornia Press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Passion-plays -- History and criticism.,
  • Latin drama, Medieval and modern -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert Edwards.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 204 p., [2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21933757M
    ISBN 100520031024


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The Monte cassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama provides readers with a translation of the existing Latin text into English, but probably more useful for readers of medieval drama will be those sections of the book that deal with the differences between liturgical and religious art.

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Latin drama, Medieval and modern--History and criticism. More information about this. ROBERT EDWARDS, The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama.

Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, Pp. x, $ No ONE studying the Middle Ages can fail to be impressed by the artistic and intellectual achievements of the twelfth century. The more one learns, the more one. The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama by Robert Edwards really liked it avg rating — 1 rating — published On the former Bino, starting from work done by me in The Latin Passion Play and by Robert Edwards in The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama, offers an elaborate dramatic and scenic interpretation, providing insights into its structure that go beyond the conclusions reached by me and Edwards, especially in the analysis of the relevance, to the mise-en-scène, of the rich stage 4/5(1).

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of English at the University of Buffalo. His previous books include Chaucer and Boccaccio: Antiquity and Modernity, The Dream of Chaucer: Representation and Reflection in Chaucer's Early Narratives, and The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama.

In this first comprehensive study of the Latin Passion play, Professor Sticca examines the medieval liturgical ceremonies commemorating the events in Christ's Passion and traces their gradual change in character from the contemplative to the dramatic. The author shows that while Christ's Passion became increasingly popular as one of the sacred mysteries beginning in the tenth century, new.

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Her latest book, prepared jointly His most recent book is Invention and Authorship in Medieval England (Ohio State University Press, ). Ratio and Invention: A Study of Medieval Lyric and Narrative (), and The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama (). The age of Abbot Desiderius: Montecassino, the papacy, and the Normans in the eleventh and early twelft Petri Diaconi: ortus et vita iustorum Cenobii Casinensis / edited from the autograph manuscript and wit The Montecassino Passion and the poetics of medieval drama / Robert Edwards.

Robert R. Edwards is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the Pennsylvania State University. He is the author of The Dream of Chaucer: Representation and Reflection in Chaucer's Early Narrative; Ratio and Invention: A Study of Medieval Lyric and Narrative; The Poetry of Guido Guinizelli; and The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval : spec Edwards.

He is the author of The Dream of Chaucer: Representation and Reflection in Chaucer’s Early Narrative; Ratio and Invention: A Study of Medieval Lyric and Narrative; The Poetry of Guido Guinizelli; and The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval : Paperback.

In an essay printed in the collection Medieval English Drama: Essays Critical and Contextual (ed. Jerome Taylor and Alan Nelson), Jerome Taylor argues for the dramatic unity of the Corpus Christi cycles by invoking the principles of Aristotle’s Poetics.

This history presents a unified development from clearly defined beginning, through complication and crisis, to clearly defined end Author: Theodore K. Lerud. The religious medieval drama, like the Church which produced it, was international.

As such, from its earliest beginnings in the tenth-century Quem quaeritis to the thirteenth-century Ludi Paschales and Passion Plays, it exhibits a cultural and thematic unity binding the various plays: a thematic unity from the fabric of Christian thought, and a cultural unity from the fact that these Author: Sandro Sticca.

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and The Montecassino Passion and the Poetics of Medieval Drama. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Passion play, religious drama of medieval origin dealing with the suffering, death, and Resurrection of Christ.

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