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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:53949
Doc. No:TL23903
Call number:‭3240261‬
Main Entry:Lidia Radi
Title & Author:Etude et édition critique du “Penser de royal memoire” de Guillaume Michel, dit de ToursLidia Radi
College:Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:473
Abstract:This dissertation is a critical edition and study of the Penser de royal memoire (1518), the second original work of the translator Guillaume Michel, a.k.a. Michel de Tours. The thesis begins by shedding some light on Michel's mysterious career (his translations of Virgil, Apuleius or Suetonius were appreciated until the mid-century), and then places the Penser in its context: the Concordat signed in Bologna in 1516 between Francis I and the pope Leo X. The French king is recognized as «Fils Aîné de l'Eglise» and, in return, agrees to support the crusade project launched by Rome. The Penser, produced outside the royal circle, presents itself as a series of discourses reminding the king of his promise. This study consists of a rhetorical analysis of these discourses. Through the voices of biblical (David, the daughters of Zion, Lucifer and the Holy Spirit), historical (Joan of Arc), and mythological (Polymnia and Elpora) characters, Michel gives the young king some symbolical objects (harp, frond, horse, spurs). Described through the technique of enumerative allegory, which associates the different parts of each object with royal virtues, these gifts serve as a memory-aid for the king, who first has to assimilate them, make them part of his habitus, and practice the principles that they represent. By analyzing the ways in which a general moral discourse advances a specific political cause (the war against the Turks), this dissertation contributes to the study of crusade rhetoric in the beginning of the 16 th century.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Allegory; Crusade; France; Memory; Penser de royal memoire; Romance literature; Rhetoric; Composition; 0681:Composition; 0681:Rhetoric; 0313:Romance literature
Added Entry:F. G. Cornilliat, Francis
Added Entry:Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick