EMARE

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EMAREEuropean Media Artists in Residence Exchange (Germany)
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For example, in the "Constance Saga," from which the medieval romance Emare derives, a young maiden was rejected by an unnatural father -- not unlike Christabel near the end of her fragmentary tale, where Sir Leoline turned "away from his own sweet maid."(2) And just as Leoline had once loved Christabel "so well" (24), so in Vita Offae Primi an ancient king of York had loved his daughter to excess.
1400); the incomplete, early 14th-century Lai le Freine; Sir Orfeo, a recasting of the Orpheus and Eurydice story; the 14th-century Sir Launfal, or Launfalus Miles, by Thomas Chestre; Sir Emare, of the late 14th or early 15th century, on the theme of the constant wife; and the 15th-century Sir Landeval.
The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Sun 5 Jul EMARE: Soda_Jerk FACT's European Media Artist Residency Exchange (EMARE) Programme.
Ayni cikis cizgisinden baslamakla birlikte Hirvatistan'in 2013 yilinda AB'ye katilabilecegi ongorulurken, Turkiye'nin onunde hala uzun ve mesakkatli bir yol bulunduguna dair pek cok emare bulunmaktadir.
In the Middle English Breton Lay Emare, the heroine's father the Emperor, enraged at her refusal to marry him, casts her out of his kingdom on a rudderless boat.
In particular, British Library MS Cotton Caligula A.ii's Emare figures its textual status through its centrally important object: a woven cloth depicting a number of famous literary lovers.
There is nothing on Chaucer's other tales that exhibit romance characteristics, such as the Man of Law's and the Clerk's, for example, where the romance of Emare could have made a useful point of contact, nor is there much use of Chaucer's other works to illuminate what may be transgeneric features in the romances discussed.
The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, - to Sun 5 Jul EMARE: Soda_Jerk Every year, FACT hosts an artist in residence as part of the European Media Artist Residency Exchange (EMARE) Programme.
In the romance of Emare, for example, the heroine is taught "Golde and sylke for to sewe,/Amonge maydenes moo ....
(12)Dieter Mehl discusses three other such romances (The King of Tars, Emare, and Le Bone Florence of Rome) in his chapter on "homiletic romances" in The Middle English Romances of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968), 120-158.
The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, to Sun, Jul 5 EMARE: Soda_Jerk Every year, FACT hosts an artist in residence as part of the European Media Artist Residency Exchange (EMARE) Programme.
The Bluecoat, School Lane, 0151 702 5324, to Sun 05 Jul EMARE: Soda_Jerk Every year, FACT hosts an artist in residence as part of the European Media Artist Residency Exchange (EMARE) Programme.