FOUR ARTHURIAN ROMANCES 'EREC ET ENIDE', 'CLIGES', 'YVAIN' AND 'LANCELOT'

FOUR ARTHURIAN ROMANCES 'EREC ET ENIDE', 'CLIGES', 'YVAIN' AND 'LANCELOT'

Chretien De Troyes

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Double9 Books LLP
Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9789360466565
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'Four Arthurian Romances' is a group of memories from the Middle Ages that have been written by way of the French author Chrétien de Troyes. Four of his maximum well-known works are protected: 'Erec and Enide,' 'Cligès,' 'Yvain, the Knight of the Lion,' and 'Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart.' Within 'Erec and Enide,' the primary characters cross on some of adventures that check their love and loyalty. 'Cligès' is a tale about Cligès’s forbidden love for Fenice, his uncle’s spouse. It talks about courtly love and honor. 'Yvain, the Knight of the Lion' is the story of Yvain’s war to balance his duties as a knight together with his love for Laudine. Finally, 'Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart' focuses on the courageous actions of the knight Lancelot to keep Queen Guinevere, highlighting the topic of noble love. People realize Chrétien de Troyes for his function in shaping Arthurian folklore and including to the style of medieval romance. His books are recognised for having complicated plots, romantic thoughts, and looking into how human beings experience. The 'Four Arthurian Romances' display how knights, quests, and courtly love lived within the Middle Ages. They also show how proficient de Troyes changed into as an author and what kind of he encouraged Arthurian writing.

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