This is a collection of some twenty-seven essays in honor of Samuel Rosenberg, a distinguished scholar of medieval literature and Romance linguistics, upon his retirement from teaching at Indiana University. This compilation--an eclectic overview of medieval studies--has been organized around specific themes that reflect the major areas of Professor Rosenberg's research: the lyric, romance, musicology and music, linguistics and language, and new forms, new approaches. Among the many contributors are Peter Dembowski, Jean Dufournet, Wendy Pfeffer, Susan Johnson, Keith Busby, Karen Fresco, Nancy Freeman Reglado, Gerard Le Vot, Rupert Pickens, Barbara de Marco, Norris Lacy, and William Paden. This work is complemented by an analytical presentation of Professor Rosenberg's life and numerous academic publications. In addition, there are illustrations of considerable interest to medieval scholars. Essays are written in both French and English.
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Karen Fresco is Associate Professor of French at the University if Illinois, Urbana. Wendy Pfeffer is Professor of French and Chair of the Department of Classical and Modern Foreign Languages at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. Both editors have published extensively on aspects of French medieval literature.
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Book Description Summa Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1883479541
Book Description Summa Publications, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 479 pages. 9.70x1.30x6.70 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1883479541