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The narrative unity of the Cursor mundi.

Ernest G. Mardon

The narrative unity of the Cursor mundi.

by Ernest G. Mardon

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Published by W. Maclellan in [Glasgow] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cursor mundi

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    SeriesEmbyro books
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR1967 M3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination220p.
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19865469M

    RICHARD MORRIS for the Early English Text Society (, 3 vols.), with appendixes and critical appreciations by several other scholars. The Cursor Mundi also receives full attention in all modern histories of English literature, of which the best is the Cambridge History, edited by . CURSOR MUNDI, an English poem in the Northern dialect dating from the r3th century. It is a religious epic of 24, lines "over-running" the history of the world as related in the Old and New Testaments. "Cursur o werld man aght it call, For almast it over-rennes all.".

    Hawthorne Books, HlRN, Yrjo. The Sacred Shrine: A Study of the Poetry and Art of the Catholic Church. "Cursor Mundi: Essay on the Manuscripts and Dialect," in Richard Morris, ed., Cursor The Narrative Unity of the Cursor Mundi. Glasgow: William MacLellan, Cursor Mundi (THE RUNNER OF THE WORLD), a Middle-English poem of nea lines containing a sort of summary of universal history. From the large number of manuscripts in which it is preserved, it must have been exceptionally popular. It was originally written, as certain peculiarities of construction and vocabulary clearly show, somewhere in the north of England, but of the author.

    Cursor Mundi (Latin for "Runner of the World") is an anonymous Middle-English historical and religious poem of nea lines written around poem summarizes the history of the world as described in the Christian Bible and other sources, with additional legendary material drawn primarily from the Historia scholastica. [1] It was extremely popular in its time, as the large. The edition includes a "Preface" by the editor, "An Inquiry into the Sources of the Cursor mundi" (), by Dr Haenisch, an essay "On the Filiation and the Text of the MSS. of Cursor mundi" (), by Dr H. Hupe, "Cursor Studies and Criticisms on the Dialects of its MSS." (), by Dr Hupe and a .


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The Narrative Unity Of The Cursor Mundi by Ernest Mardon, The Narrative Unity Of The Cursor Mundi Book available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Narrative Unity Of The Cursor Mundi books, The Cursor Mundi is a long religious epic of 25 lines, a survey of man's view of the world as it appeared to an anonymous cleric living in the fourteenth century.

The poem is unique in. According to the preface of The Early English Text Society the Cursor Mundi is a collection of poignant and vivid versions of stories arranged “in an orderly, encyclopedic yet fundamentally digressive manner”.

A modern scholar would rarely find an encyclopedia with the size and vast content of the Cursor Mundi. In fact, two modern undertakings of the project add up to over seven volumes: The narrative unity of the Cursor mundi.

book. The book examines, firstly, the Andalusi Christian narrative of Visigothic political demise, which originated in Iberian dhimmī communities between the mid-eighth and mid-ninth centuries. Second, it explores the narrative of sovereignty, developed in Asturias-León from the late ninth century onwards.

THE NARRATIVE UNITY OF THE CURSOR JVIUNDI by Ernest George Mardon Thesis presented to the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ottawa in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

LIBRAWES.* Ottawa, Canada, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES. Cursor Mundi The Cursur O the World A Northumbrian Poem of the Xivth Century in Four Versions, Two of Them Midland, from the Cotton MS.

; A Cursor Mundi is a Middle-English poem of nea lines containing a sort of summary of universal history. From the large number of manuscripts in which it is preserved, it must have been exceptionally popular.

It was originally written, as certain peculiarities of construction and vocabulary clearly show, somewhere in the north of England, but of the author nothing can be learnt except the.

Cursor Mundi The Cursur O the World A Northumbrian Poem of the Xivth Century in Four Versions, Two of Them Midland, from the Cotton MS. OTHERGATES - WORDS AND PHRASES FROM THE PAST. Nevertheless, the scope of Cursor Mundi is considerable, too, covering everything from the Creation to the End of the World and the Day of Judgement.

The poem is divided into seven colossal sections, following the Venerable Bede’s model for his begins like a sort of prototype to John Milton’s Paradise Lost, recounting the war in heaven, the temptation of Eve in the Garden of. Cursor in Book Titles. The Narrative Unity of the Cursor Mundi.

The Cursor Mundi: Poem, Texts and Contexts. Blinking Cursor. Useful Words. Allow Countenance Let Permit: اجازت دینا Ejazat Dena: consent to, give permission. "Betel chewing is not allowed". Narrative Unity of the Cursor Mundi (, 2 ed. ) The Founding Faculty of the University of Lethbridge () When Kitty met the Ghost (, 2 ed.

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Try it now. ADDIT BRIT MUs STORY OF THE ASSUMPTION OF MARY. THE PROLOGUE TO CURSOR MUNDI TAKEN FROM LAUD BODLEIAN. Cursor Mundi. Cursor Mundi. A companion to the journal Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Cursor Mundi is a book series consisting of inter- and multidisciplinary studies of the medieval and early modern world, viewed broadly as the period from late antiquity into the Mundi means “Runner of the World” and welcomes investigations that similarly range across premodern global.

The medieval poem Cursor Mundi is a biblical verse account of the history of the world, offering a chronological overview of salvation history from Creation to Doomsday. Originating in northern England around the yearthe poem was frequently copied in the north before appearing in a southern version in substantially altered form.

Cursor Mundi (latim), traduzido como Corredor do Mundo, é um poema histórico e religioso do inglês médio de quase versos escrito por volta de DC por um autor desconhecido. O poema resume a história do mundo conforme descrito na Bíblia cristã e outras fontes, com material adicional extraído principalmente da Historia Scholastica.

[1] Ele é encontrado, completo ou como um. Book Description: The medieval poem Cursor Mundi is a biblical verse account of the history of the world, offering a chronological overview of salvation history from Creation to Doomsday.

Originating in northern England around the yearthe poem was frequently copied in the north before appearing in a southern version in substantially altered form. Cursor Mundi. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (THE RUNNER OF THE WORLD) A Cursor Mundi is a Middle-English poem of nea lines containing a sort of summary of universal history.

From the large number of manuscripts in which it is preserved, it must have been exceptionally popular. To tell the story of its evolution, Ackroyd ranges across literature and painting, philosophy and science, architecture and music, from Anglo-Saxon times to the twentieth-century. Considering what is most English about artists as diverse as Chaucer, William Hogarth, Benjamin Britten and Viriginia Woolf, Ackroyd identifies a host of sometimes Reviews: Cursor Mundi: The cursur o the world is an English poem in the Northern dialect dating from the 13th century.

It is a religious epic of 24, lines "over-running" the history of the world as related in the Old and New Testaments. Cursur o werld man aght it call, For almast it over-rennes all.". Cursor Mundi (CURSOR) Viator Studies of the Medieval and Early Modern World Cursor Mundi is a publication series of inter- and multi-disciplinary studies of the medieval and early modern world, viewed broadly as the period between late antiquity and the Enlightenment.

The period between the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries saw significant discussion in Italy about the two different political models of republicanism and seignorialism, reaching a climax at the end of the Trecento when the most influential scholars of Florence and Venice began to attack the despotism imposed on Milan by the Visconti.Cursor mundi was edited for the Early English Text Society in – by Dr Richard Morris in parallel columns from four MSS.:—Cotton Vespasian A III., British Museum; Fairfax MS.

14, in the Bodleian library, Oxford; MS. theol. at Göttingen; and MS. R. in Trinity College, Cambridge. The edition includes a “Preface” by the editor, “An Inquiry into the Sources of the Cursor.Cursor Mundi (Latin for "Runner of the World") Author Unknown Cleric in Northern England Written "Around the Year " CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BOOK "Although the poem deals with universal history, the author contrives to give some sort of unity to his work by grouping it around the theme of man's redemption." Mark Hazard.