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Monsters and the monstrous in medieval northwest Europe

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Published by Peeters in Leuven, Belgium, Sterling, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism.,
  • Monsters in literature.,
  • English literature -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- History and criticism.,
  • Irish literature -- To 1100 -- History and criticism.,
  • Old Norse literature -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by K.E. Olsen and L.A.J.R. Houwen.
    SeriesMediaevalia Groningana ;, New ser., v. 3
    ContributionsOlsen, K. E., Houwen, L. A. J. R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN682.M65 M66 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 176 p. ;
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3942234M
    ISBN 109042910070
    LC Control Number2001021281

    Olsen, KEE , Bragi Boddason's Ragnarsdrápa: A Monstrous Poem. in KE Olsen & LAJR Houwen (eds), Monsters and the Monstrous in Medieval Northwest Europe. Peeters, Leuven-Paris, pp. - Cited by: 2. The publication of a revised edition is timely in view of the vigorous research thread of the monstrous element in medieval literary cultures since the publication of the original edition (e.g., T.

    In his book, Van Duzer, who was a Kluge fellow at the Library of Congress and has since joined its staff, charts the origin of sea monsters from "mappa mundi," medieval European maps of the.   The Enchanting Sea Monsters on Medieval Maps Fictitious animals on 16th and early 17th century maps hint at how people’s perception of the ocean has changed over time.

      The Modern Lives of Medieval Monster Scholars Copy Link Facebook Twitter Reddit Flipboard Pocket A smattering of beings described as monstrous in medieval times, including a Author: Cara Giaimo. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationAuthor: K.E.E. Olsen, R. Olsen.


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The essays in this book examine various manifestations of monstrosity in the early literatures of England, Ireland and Scandinavia.

The dates of the texts discussed range from the eighth to the thirteenth centuries and were written either in Latin or in one of the vernaculars. The present contributions shed light on the physical, mental and metaphysical qualities that characterize medieval.

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Such issues are examined from literary, philological, theological, and historical points of view in order to provide a thorough, multifaceted depiction of the sub- and Price: $ The Monstrous Middle Ages looks at both the representation of literal monsters and the consumption and exploitation of monstrous metaphors in a wide variety of high and late-medieval cultural productions, from travel writings and mystical texts to sermons, manuscript illuminations and maps.

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Saracens, Demons, & Jews. A gendered reading of monster and the monstrous body in medieval literature. Manlike Monsters on Trial. An ancient book that serves as a portal for the Greek philosopher, Xeno, one of Aristotle’s lost students.

Sofia has been chosen to be the next Guardian. Suddenly Sofia is not only trying to survive middle-school cliques and first crushes, she’s in charge of protecting grotesquely beautiful, lonely monsters that have roamed the Earth for.

The margins of medieval manuscripts teem with sirens, satyrs, griffins, unicorns, dragons and other bizarre creatures. Commonplace animals are twisted together in impossible combinations, and human bodies are merged with animal forms in ways that are often both comic and ghastly.

Images of these monstrosities pervade art and culture in the Middle Ages, and for medieval people they must 4/5(1). The Monstrous Middle Ages looks at both the representation of literal monsters and the consumption and exploitation of monstrous metaphors in a wide variety of high and late-medieval cultural productions, from travel writings and mystical texts to sermons, manuscript illuminations and maps.

Individual essays explore the ways in which 4/4(1). In the strongest essay in the book, “Blood, Jews and Monsters in Medieval Culture,” Bildhauer challenges Cohen’s and Williams’ ideas that the embodied monster is mainly a cultural construct or abstract theoretical concept, and she argues instead, with reference to the connections between monsters in thirteenth-century German texts and.

On medieval monsters, see D. Williams, Deformed Discourse: The Function of the Monster in Mediaeval Thought and Literature (Exeter, ); K. Olsen and L. Houwen (eds), Monsters and the Monstrous in Medieval Northwest Europe (Leuven, ); A.

Bovey, Monsters and Grotesques in Medieval Manuscripts (London, ).Cited by: 6. Book Description. The field of monster studies has grown significantly over the past few years and this companion provides a comprehensive guide to the study of monsters and the monstrous from historical, regional and thematic perspectives.

Monsters abound in Old and Middle English literature, from Grendel and his mother in Beowulf to those found in medieval romances such as Sir h a close examination of the way in which their bodies are sexed and gendered, and drawing from postmodern theories of gender, identity, and subjectivity, this book interrogates medieval notions of the body and the boundaries of human identity.

Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, Wonders is generously supported by an anonymous gift in memory of Melvin R.

Seiden, The Janine Luke and Melvin R. Seiden Fund for Exhibitions and Publications, the Andrew W. Mellon Research and Publications Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Charles E. Pierce, Jr. Fund for Exhibitions, and Mrs.

Alexandre P. Rosenberg. In this highly-illustrated book the author analyzes the most important examples of sea monsters on medieval and Renaissance maps produced in Europe, beginning with the earliest mappaemundi on which they appear in the tenth century and /5(81).

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Olsen and L.A.J.R. Houwen (). - The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought, by. The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, [on ECR: Chap.

1, "The Plinian Races"; Chap. 3, "At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners"; Chap. 5, "Cain's Kin"; Chap. 9, "The Human Status of the Monstrous Races"] Frilingos, Christopher.

Spectacle of Empire: Monsters, Martyrs, and the Book of Revelation. Similarly, a giant 12th century Bible made at Arnstein in Germany, contains a page of drawings of the monstrous races, and the 13th century English Rutland Psalter includes depictions of monsters in its margins.

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The Significance of Twins in the Middle Ages. the animality of humans but also included in more general discussions about the meaning and significance of mutants and monsters. So, in Book 18 of On Animals, ‘Introduction’, Monsters and the Monstrous in Medieval Northwest Europe (Leuven: Peeters, ), p.

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