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II. Textes littéraires illustrés du bas Moyen Âge et de la première modernité

Setting a Place in the Cent Nouvelles nouvelles: The Illustrations of Glasgow, Hunter 252

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Catherine Emerson

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Catherine Emerson studied French and History at Trinity College Oxford, gaining a BA and a Master of Studies in Modern Languages. She completed a PhD in Hull in the French Department and the Centre for Medieval Studies. She lectured in Trinity College, Dublin, before coming to NUI Galway in 2002. Her publications deal mainly with the literature of the Burgundian Netherlands, and the early years of publishing in France.

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Reading MS Hunter 252 as a performance, this article examines the way that the manuscript’s illustrations enhance the spatial element of the collection. The case of tale 65 is examined in particular to show how the illustration of an identifiable place contributes to the tale. The illustration sets up multiple interrelations between different levels of diegesis, different spaces on the page and different stories in the collection to implicate the spectator (the viewer or reader) in the manuscript’s performance.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/relief.953
How to Cite: Emerson, C., (2017). Setting a Place in the Cent Nouvelles nouvelles: The Illustrations of Glasgow, Hunter 252. RELIEF - REVUE ÉLECTRONIQUE DE LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE. 11(1), pp.82–95. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/relief.953
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Publié le 26 Jun 2017.
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