Memory and Re-Creation in Troubadour Lyric

  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  ABBREVIATIONS

  INTRODUCTION—  CRAFT, SENTIMENT, AND MECHANISM IN THE MEDIEVAL LYRIC

 collapse sectionPART ONE—  MAKING AND SENDING:  A VIEW FROM WITHIN THE LITERARY TEXTS
 One— Amar/Trobar :  The Vocabulary of Love and Poetics
 expand sectionTwo—  Writing and Memory in the Creation and Transmission of Troubadour Poetry
 expand sectionThree—  Song Sheets and Song Books

 collapse sectionPART TWO—  THE VIEW FROM WITHOUT:  PERFORMANCE AND POETICS REFLECTED IN THE CHANSONNIERS
 expand sectionFour— Mouvance in the Manuscripts
 expand sectionFive—  Rhyme and Razo :  Case Studies

 collapse sectionPART THREE—  POETICS AND THE MEDIUM
 expand sectionSix—  Nature Enclosed:  The "Closed" Style and the "Natural" Poetics
 collapse sectionSeven—  The Metaphorical Vocabulary of Mouvance and Textual Integrity
 "Rust" and "Splinters"
 Level, Plumb, and True: Songs as Buildings
 Poetic "Wholeness": Vers Entiers
 "Dry Verse"
 Writing and Monumentalism: Some Modern and Medieval Views

 collapse sectionCONCLUSION
 "Adjusting the Ash Heaps": Paper Poetry
 "Her" and "Him": Amor Consists of Language
 A Diversity of Viewpoints on Textual Integrity Versus Mouvance
 Nonsequential Reading, Multiple Reading, and the "Open" Text: Adapting to Medieval Reception of Troubadour Lyric
 "Informed Readers" in Literary Theory

 expand sectionAPPENDIX A—  QUANTITATIVE SURVEY OF MOUVANCE
  APPENDIX B—  A QUICK GUIDE TO RHYME SCHEMES
  APPENDIX C—  LIST OF MANUSCRIPTS
 expand sectionNotes
  WORKS CITED
 expand sectionGENERAL INDEX
 expand sectionINDEX OF PROVENÇAL TERMS

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