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書名 Animal languages in the Middle Ages : representations of interspecies communication / edited by Alison Langdon
出版項 Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
國際標準書號 9783319718972 (electronic bk.)
9783319718965 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-319-71897-2 doi
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (xv, 272 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 21 cm
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
text file PDF rda
系列 The new middle ages
New middle ages
附註 1 Introduction -- Part I Communicating Through Animals -- 2 Becoming-Birds: The Destabilizing Use of Gendered Animal Imagery in Ancrene Wisse -- 3 As faucon comen out of muwe": Female Agency and the Language of Falconry -- 4 Saints and Holy Beasts: Pious Animals in Early-Medieval Insular Saints' Vitae -- 5 The Speech of Strangers: The Tale of the Andalusi Phoenix -- Part II Recovering Animal Languages -- 6 Bark Like a Man: Performance, Identity, and Boundary in Old English Animal Voice Catalogues -- 7 In Briddes Wise: Chaucer's Avian Poetics -- 8 Understanding Hawk-Latin: Animal Language and Universal Rhetoric -- 9 "Dites le mei, si ferez bien": Fallen Language and Animal Communication in Marie de France's Bisclavret -- Part III Embodied Language and Interspecies Dependence -- 10 On Equine Language: Jordanus Rufus and Thirteenth-Century Communicative Horsemanship -- 11 No Hoof, No Horse: Hoof Care, Veterinary Medicine and Cross-Species Communication in Late Medieval England -- 12 Medieval Dog Whisperers: The Poetics of Rehabilitation -- 13 Embodied Emotion as Animal Language in Le Chevalier au Lion
The essays in this interdisciplinary volume explore language, broadly construed, as part of the continued interrogation of the boundaries of human and nonhuman animals in the Middle Ages. Uniting a diverse set of emerging and established scholars, Animal Languages questions the assumed medieval distinction between humans and other animals. The chapters point to the wealth of non-human communicative and discursive forms through which animals function both as vehicles for human meaning and as agents of their own, demonstrating the significance of human and non-human interaction in medieval texts, particularly for engaging with the Other. The book ultimately considers the ramifications of deconstructing the medieval anthropocentric view of language for the broader question of human singularity
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Human-animal relationships -- History -- To 1500
Human-animal communication -- History -- To 1500
Communication -- History -- To 1500
Animal communication -- History -- To 1500
Literature
Medieval Literature
Comparative Literature
History of Medieval Europe
Alt Author Langdon, Alison, editor
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