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See detailPhilippe de Mézières et son Epistre au roi Richart
Marchandisse, Alain ULg

in Moyen Age (Le) (2010), 116

In mid-May 1395, Philippe de Mézières writes a Letter to king Richard II of England, an urgent call, which does not belong to the epistolary but to the allegorical and the mirror for princes genre. This ... [more ▼]

In mid-May 1395, Philippe de Mézières writes a Letter to king Richard II of England, an urgent call, which does not belong to the epistolary but to the allegorical and the mirror for princes genre. This letter, revealing a clear similarity of thought between the author and the king of France, Charles VI, to whose education the former contributed, is preserved as a unique manuscript, the Royal 20 B VI, in the British Library. This manuscript turns out to be the one offered to the English monarch and, being addressed to the latter, ended up in the hands of a prince, who was particularly able to appreciate its meaning and all its wit. Although Mézières advocates a reconciliation between the kings of France and England, to be sealed with a marriage between Isabelle de Valois, the former’s oldest daughter and the latter, which was the safest way to achieve his ultimate aim of a reconciliation within the Church and the re-conquest of the Holy Land, what he truly hoped for was the founding of the Order of the Passion of Jesus Christ. [less ▲]

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See detailCompte rendu de Risque, sécurité et sécurisation maritimes depuis le Moyen Âge
Masson, Christophe ULg

in Moyen Age (Le) (2010), CXVI

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See detailLe roman des récits croisés : le vol du temps dans la Suite du Merlin
Combes, Annie ULg

in Moyen Age (Le) (2009), CXV(3-4), 583-599

Écrire la Suite du Merlin, c'était vouloir poser la pièce ultime d'un puzzle et s'apercevoir que cette pièce indispensable n'avait pas sa place. L’auteur anonyme a réussi à ouvrir une faille temporelle ... [more ▼]

Écrire la Suite du Merlin, c'était vouloir poser la pièce ultime d'un puzzle et s'apercevoir que cette pièce indispensable n'avait pas sa place. L’auteur anonyme a réussi à ouvrir une faille temporelle entre le Merlin et le Lancelot, mais il a développé son œuvre pour elle-même en sacrifiant la fonction de continuation qui fondait pourtant son entreprise [less ▲]

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See detailC.R. de Crimes et châtiments dans la chanson de geste
Henrard, Nadine ULg

in Moyen Age (Le) (2009), 115(3/4), 664-665

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