The Wandering Scholars of the Middle Ages
Widely acclaimed study of the makers and singers of medieval Latin poetry considers the works of such poet-scholars as Fortunatus, Abelard, and the colony of Irish scholars around Liège and Cologne. Other topics include the revival of learning in France, humanism during the first half of the 12th century, the archpoet, the scholars' lyric, and the Carmina Burana.
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Review: The Wandering Scholars of the Middle AgesUser Review - William Supon - Goodreads
A wonderful, whacky piece of writing about the Middle Ages and the "bad boy" writers and hellraisers who inhabited them. If your image of these years is of pious books and true holiness, you might want to take a look! Some of the words in Orff's Carmina Burana come from this book. Read full review
Review: The Wandering Scholars of the Middle AgesUser Review - Kevin Tracy - Goodreads
On p. 236, near the end of the book, Waddell says, "In the last resort, the medieval scholar's lyric has value only for those to whom the richest thing in life is the sense of the past." I think that sums it up well. It may be an understatement. Read full review
THE BREAK WITH THE PAGAN TRADITION
FORTUNATUS TO SEDULIUS OF LlEGE
HUMANISM IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWELFTH
PARIS AND ORLEANS
THE ORDO VAGQRUM
THE SCHOLARSS LYRIC
JSTOR: The Wandering Scholars
The Wandering Scholars. By HELEN WADDELL. New York: Hough- ton Mifflin Co., 1927. $5.00. Pp. xxviii+292. Miss Waddell's brilliant study of the wandering ...
Gustav Holst (1874–1934) | The Wandering Scholar
This opera, with libretto by Clifford Bax (brother of Arnold Bax) is based on one of the tales from Helen Waddell's "The Wandering Scholars. ...
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Helen Waddell: Information and Much More from Answers.com
Her best-known work, The Wandering Scholars (1927), is a historical study and translation-anthology of the Goliards. Her only novel, Peter Abelard (1933), ...
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fools, prelate and archbishop of the Wandering Scholars. throughout Austria, Styria, Bavaria ..... 294-295; Helen Waddell, The Wandering Scholars (New York, ...
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Nicholas Jenkins: December 2007 Archives
Mumford Jones wanted to pin The Wandering Scholars down; Waddell wanted to emancipate them, to buy their poetry a ticket. At the moment, literary critics ...
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Educational Benefits of Sending Students and Faculty Abroad
Vagantes, the wandering scholars of the Middle Ages, are sometimes called Goliards; Goliardic verse celebrates the nonscholarly pleasures of gaming, ...
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'Joglars' and the Professional Status of the Early Troubadours
1; H. Waddell, The Wandering Scholars, 6th edn (Harmondsworth, 1932), Appendix E: 'Councils relating to the clericus vagus or joculator'. ...
Redins Antikvariat - The Middle Ages.
Waddell, Helen, THE WANDERING SCHOLARS. London 1949. 331 pages. Original cloth. Ex library. (#127563), 100:-. Waddell, Helen, THE WANDERING SCHOLARS. ...
Schedule of work:
The wandering scholars ('unemployed arts graduate') and their protests:. Murray, A. Reason and Society in ... Waddell The Wandering Scholars (1927) chs 5-8 ...
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