By H. Cooney
This can be a set of essays from some of the best students on the planet of medieval reports, which addresses a large variety of texts and genres and their varied views on love. cognizance is given to interplay among English writings and putative continental and overseas affects, with specific emphasis at the works of Chaucer.
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In the case of German, translation was inevitable since French was not an intelligible option; the opacity of post-Conquest English was clearly mitigated by the existence of AngloNorman. There was no need to develop a set of terms in England where the court language and the official language of culture was French. However, the etymological situation too is more complicated than Lacan’s account suggests. C. Stephen Jaeger, in his vital but underrecognized study The Origins of Courtliness,33 shows that the lexical relations between European languages in the Middle Ages were not totally straightforward.
But what is equally remarkable is how fully and easily the poems have replicated the notoriously intricate forms of the troubadours. ”32 More importantly for the discussion of courtly love though, the poems have also fully internalized the terminology of the great European love-poets of 1200. I say “internalized” because that terminology occurs with admirable ease side-by-side with diction and forms from Old English. It is not putting it too strongly to say that, in many cases, that terminology is translated in the same way that the thirteenth-century German, French, and Italian poets translated the terminology of Provençal.
25. F. Kiteley, “The De Arte Honeste Amandi of Andreas Capellanus and the concept of courtesy in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,” Anglia 79 (1961): 7–16. Le Roman de la Rose, p. 38. Troilus and Criseyde, in The Riverside Chaucer, general ed. D. Benson, 3rd edn. 651. All subsequent quotations from Chaucer are from this edition. Stendhal, On Love, admirably translated by Vyvyan Holland (London: Chatto and Windus, 1928), pp. 216–221. My page-references are to Holland’s translation. Casually accepted, for example, by Gloria C.
Writings on Love in the English Middle Ages (Studies in Arthurian and Courtly Cultures) by H. Cooney