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- Modern Language Association of America
- Kibler, William W. (ed.), Morgan, Leslie Zarker (ed.)
- 231 x 166 x 21 mm
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- Contains Paperback / softback and CD-Audio
- 481 g
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Each book contains a CD featuring performances of the Song of Roland. The Song of Roland is a well-known hallmark of medieval French literature, yet students often read only excerpts and receive general introductions to the poem and its context. The challenges of teaching Roland include its age and subject matter, its form and composition in Old French, and its representation of Christians and Muslims. This volume in the MLA series Approaches to Teaching World Literature aims to help nonspecialist instructors teach Roland more comprehensively and to offer seasoned medievalists ways to invigorate their pedagogical tactics. Part 1, "Materials," surveys available editions, a wide range of secondary studies devoted to the poem, and electronic aids to teaching. Essays in part 2, "Approaches," elaborate on the poem's contexts, avatars, language techniques, and characters and episodes; describe the diverse classroom strategies that experienced instructors have implemented; and review the voluminous critical canon about the poem. The musical quality of the Song of Roland is vital for students to grasp. A compact disc accompanying the volume showcases reconstructions of sung performances of the Song of Roland in Old French. The examples offered here illuminate the rich quality of Roland's archaic language and demonstrate a few efforts to recover its lost music. Paired with performances of Roland are melodies used as models for singing the poem.
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"The depth and breadth of this volume are impressive, as much for the different subjects broached as for the range of specialists who participated in its creation. I particularly appreciate the attention paid, by almost all the authors, to tying the Song of Roland to our contemporary world and modern artisitic productions--operas, plays, movies, comics, and so on." --Francois Denis, Macalester College
William W. Kibler was the Linward Shivers-Oil Centennial Professor of Medieval Studies in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Texas, Austin. He has worked extensively on Chretien de Troyes, Guillaume de Merchaut, and the French chansons de geste. He recently completed an edition of he Lyon manuscript of the Song of Roland and has published editions of Lion de Bourges (with Jean-Louis Picherit and Thelma Fenster) and Huone de Bordeaux (with Francois Suard), as well as a translation of Raoul de Cambrai. He is the author of An Introduction to Old French. Leslie Zarker Morgan is associate professor of modern languages and literatures at Loyola College. She has published an English translation of Ariosto's Cinque canti; edited The Foreign Language Classroom: Bridging Theory and Practice, with M. A. Haggstrom and J. A. Wieczorek; edited Dante: Summa Medioevalis, with Charles Franco; written articles on Franco-Italian texts; and edited the Geste Francor, which is forthcoming.