The narrative grotesque in medieval Scottish poetry /

The narrative grotesque introduces a new framework for reading medieval texts that rupture conventional poetic boundaries and create unsettling fusions of poetic forms and narratological subjectivities.

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Author / Creator: Flynn, Caitlin.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2022.
Series:Manchester medieval literature and culture
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505 0 |a Front Matter -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: the narrative grotesque -- Part I: The Palyce of Honour, Gavin Douglas -- 'Overset with fantasyis': grotesquing the dream vision -- Identity crisis: temporal dissonance and narrative voice -- Heavenly harmonies: classical and Christian divinity in Palyce -- Part II: The Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo, William Dunbar -- Making demandes: frame, form, and narratorial persona -- Flyte of fancy: the first wife's response -- Lovesick or sick of love? The second wife's response -- Bad romance: the widow as venerean preacher 
505 8 |a Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index 
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