Aquila: Chestnut Hill Studies in Modern Languages and by Norman Araujo (auth.), Normand R. Cartier (eds.)

By Norman Araujo (auth.), Normand R. Cartier (eds.)

This ebook is gifted to students with a wide curiosity in sleek languages and literatures. It includes articles written in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. the subjects rangein time from the center a while to our day; geographically, from Europe and Africa to Latin the US; in substance, from literary research to the research of manuscripts, stylistics, and using acronyms. The authors got entire freedom to put in writing papers on topics in their selection, of their respective fields of specialization. The indis­ remedy, and a pensable parts have been originality of fabric or actual contribution to wisdom within the common quarter of contemporary languages and literatures. whereas accountability for content material rests with person authors, we deeply enjoy the counsels of knowledge and adventure given through professional­ fessor Nicolae Iliescu of Harvard collage; Professor Rene J asinski, emeritus, of Harvard; Professor Luis A. Murillo, of the collage of California at Berkeley; Professor Erich Von Richthofen, of the Uni­ versity of Toronto. those wonderful students, with their traditional kindness, interrupted their very own paintings to learn portians of the manuscript of specific curiosity to them. To the management of Boston collage, we recognize a debt of gratitude for the generaus subsidy which inspired this exertions of affection between colleagues and helped to deliver the undertaking to a profitable, published completion.

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Religious matters no Ionger occupy a place of first importance in his intellectual and spiritual life. Philology and philosophy or, better, a philosophical approach to philology, stand out as his primary interests. A nascent concern with scientific problems appears to push religion still further into the background. Although we have, in the nature of the material at our disposal, no revelations of his more personal, intimate religious life during these months, he must have experienced some inner misgivings about his views on religion.

Migne, Patrologia Latina CLXVI, 1084. Quelle que füt l'inspiration de ce passage, Bohemond n'y est pas condamne pour demesure par l'historien. En un sens, toute entreprise teile que les croisades comportait un eiement de demesure que l'Eglise ne condamnait pas. La Sagesse de Roland 49 chansons," auxquelles il prefere la mort! 34 En effet, lorsqu'un baron se rendait indigne de I' ordre de chevalerie, c'est tout son lignage qui etait honni, et l'honneur de la patrie, sinon de toute la chretiente, etait atteint.

La version fran<;aise accuse en cela une grande deficience, selon Menendez Pidal. La vraisemblance poetique, qui exige de ne pas oublier le conseil heroi:que de Roland, re<;oit pleine satisfaction dans le Roncesvalles espagnol du XIIIe siede, dit-il. " 19 Si on avait donc ecoute Roland! Certes, la litterature fran<;aise aurait perdu un chef-d'oeuvre; mais 1 faut tenir compte de la realite avant de fixer la responsabilite du desastre de Roncevaux. Le conseil de Naimes, c'est la pomme de discorde jetee dans le camp des chretiens.

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