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Anseÿs de Gascogne : Édition critique et étude de la seconde partie de la mise en prose copiée par David Aubert (à partir du f°320 r°), d'après le manuscrit 9 (Bruxelles, KBR)

Abstract : The epic tale Anseÿs de Gascogne, which is composed of four reference texts, is one of the best medieval literary achievements. It comes as a conclusion to the Lorraine cycle clearly paying tribute to the counts of the North of France and Philippe le Bon naturally ordered a copy of it in prose. David Aubert’s copy, dating back to 1465, is to be found in a luxurious manuscript kept in Brussels (KBR, 9) in the fourth volume of Histoires de Charles Martel. The second part of the tale – from the Battle of Santerre onwards – on which our study lies should not be considered as a mere conversion from poetry to prose. Indeed, not only does it throw light upon the tastes of the Bourguignon society of the XVth century but it also falls into chapters and modernises the language, the vocabulary and above all, the narrative techniques. The tale is really anchored in the prose tradition rather than in that of verse. This edition gathers a description of the manuscript, a literary study commenting on the connections between prose and verse, a linguistic analysis as well as a glossary, an index of proper nouns and a table of proverbs.
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Justine Dockx. Anseÿs de Gascogne : Édition critique et étude de la seconde partie de la mise en prose copiée par David Aubert (à partir du f°320 r°), d'après le manuscrit 9 (Bruxelles, KBR). Littératures. Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambresis, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017VALE0038⟩. ⟨tel-01825950⟩

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