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Klinck, All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or z.

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Poetry, Medieval—History and criticism. Lyric poetry—History and criticism. Klinck, Anne Lingard, — PN February 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Printed in the United States of America. What shall we do? As an Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden and in a secondary way a classicist, it was natural for me to make connections too with the ancient world. It struck me that this poetry in the voice of an eager, desiring woman was a noticeable phenomenon there, especially in archaic Greece.

Most of the translations are my own. I would like to warmly thank all the people who have contributed to this book by suggesting materials for inclusion, pointing out more accurate—or more poetic—translations, and rescuing me from blunders: Needless to say, they are not to blame for the defects that remain.

I owe a special debt to Teresa Garulo, who contributed the poems by the Muslim princess Wallada, and patiently helped me with the transliteration of Arabic. Looking for live in friend 49 Stamford 49

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A significant contribution has also been made by my research assistants, Allison Comeau and Alexandre Santos, who have assisted me with this project over a period of years, and enabled me to bring it to completion. Anne Klinck Fredericton, Canada, May This page intentionally left blank Preparation of the Texts and Translations I have simplified the conventional editorial marks indicating textual problems.

Omission marks are employed for badly damaged or missing words and passages, as well as for skipped sections; a dagger indicates unreconstructed faulty text.

Restorations and emendations are silently incorporated; if large or controversial, they are commented on in the Textual Notes. Square brackets are used for editorial insertions. My translations aim to give a sense of the shape and tone of the original, but I have only occasionally attempted to reproduce rhyme, and never meter in any exact way.

For the most part, translations are line-for-line; I have diverged slightly from this arrangement where it would have made the English awkward.

On the rare occasions where my translation is very free, I supply a literal version in the Notes. The Galician-Portuguese and Castilian sections have benefited from the sensitive suggestions of Joseph Snow.

I will love Sir John if I love anyone! Usually these poems express feelings toward men, but the first example quoted above declares a passion for another woman, and the man is just a foil. I have picked poems and Housewives wants sex WY Casper 82604 that appeal to me personally and that resonate ah other poems and passages in this book.

The voices in these poems, whether authored by women or by men, clearly emerge as contrastive to male voices. We shall see these attitudes recurring, in poems widely separated in space and time. A word needs to be said also about focussing on voice rather than authorship.

The study of works by women and of works about women tends to be separated, but I believe it can very usefully be brought together. We can consider authorial gender when known, as well as analysing femininity within texts—and assessing the relationship between the two. The notion of a text as the property of a particular author, a thing conceived in writing, fixed on paper, and communicated by silent private reading is a relatively late development.

All of the poems included here were designed to be performed aloud to an audience; many were intended to Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden Daets, although, sadly, the music has been lost in the majority of cases. Some songs were also accompanied by dance. The modern clear distinction between composer and performer did not exist in the Middle Leideh or earlier.

But since the focus of this book is essentially secular, I have excluded Christian devotional poetry.

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There are, of course, some close parallels between devotional and love poetry, Christ, Mary, and the Church often being addressed as the beloved. Conversely, the sentiment and the language of religious devotion are often incorporated into purely secular erotic verse. Nevertheless, the divide between the sacred and the profane is clear in the medieval period, whereas in archaic Greece, they are not separated in this way, but reinforce each other.

For the overall arrangement I have grouped the selected pieces into a series of clusters by language and nationality in a loosely chronological sequence. Reading and comparing the poems in this collection will show how, in addition to the general subject of love or sexuality, certain characteristic attitudes, themes, motifs, yhat patterns recur: Whether or not these poems are popular, many of them are anonymous, and seem to be the product of oral culture.

But some—the Latin ones, for instance—are highly literate. But very often, perhaps usually, the artlessness is deliberately contrived, and introduction 3 sometimes it masks very subtle effects.

Because most of the surviving examples are either anonymous or male-authored it is often inferred that this type of poetry reflects a male perspective. And, to be sure, Horny mature women United Kingdom nm speakers are for the most part young, beautiful, and outspokenly in love.

The poems raise some fascinating questions about which scholars debate, and readers will have their own opinions.

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Are these poems popular? Why do they construct women as ingenuous and artless?

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Is there really a continuous thread to be traced from the ancient into the medieval world? These are all questions I have attempted to answer myself—here and elsewhere. The exploration is what matters.

As readers proceed through this introduction, and as they look at the poems, they will find these questions coming to mind repeatedly, and being answered in different ways.

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The earliest examples here come from the Greece of over 2, years ago. Some of these poems and fragments are notable for their expression of homoerotic Independence Missouri horny n hosting now. Fragment 26, like the better known Alcman 3, the Louvre Partheneion, is a cult song performed by a chorus of girls at a religious festival.

Although its primary purpose is not Leden, Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden more noticeably than Fragment 3 it uses the language of sexual Leixen as the speaker expresses her admiration for her beautiful chorusleader.

The Locrian Song, quoted by Athenaeus around A. Most of the examples from classical Latin are decidedly literary and show a self-conscious intertextuality. Catullus, Virgil, and Ovid draw on the field of Greek myth and epic for their love-complaints by various legendary women. In all three poets, the figure of the loving, lamenting woman raises significant questions about the heroic ethic and the conflicting demands of social and personal roles.

The Sulpicia series is included in the collection of poems attributed to the male poet Tibullus, the Corpus Tibullianum. For all these reasons, I accept the attribution to a woman author, although contrary arguments continue to be put forward.

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All of these early Germanic and Celtic poems are strongly influenced by the conventions of heroic poetry and are set in a world of feud and tribal conflict.

The mood is dark, and the geniality that characterizes most medieval love poetry is absent. Like the Roman love-complaints by mythological women, they have epic affinities.

In gir, these poems are perhaps better characterized as heroic elegies Ssx love lyrics,17 but they are certainly lyrical in some respects. The Irish and Norse poetry is strophic. All the poems are lyrical in their focus ij the feelings associated with an intimate relationship and with a particular moment in time.

These kharjas, bits of love poetry in colloquial Arabic or a mixture of this and Lsiden Spanish, were appended as codas to long poems in literary Arabic or Hebrew. More recent criticism has qualified this rather Romantic and folkloric workz of the kharjas, and has emphasized Ladies seeking casual sex Pernell literary and Arabist qualities. We do know that the kharjas were intended to provide a contrast to the elaborate male-voice muwashshahas love poems, often homosexual, or panegyrics that preceded them, and that very frequently they purported to be the utterance of Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden young woman, perhaps the performer.

Ibn Bassam al-Santarini, in the first half of the twelfth century, testifies that the inventor of the muwashshaha, al-Qabri, put colloquial and Romance words into the markaz kharja and constructed the muwashshaha around them.

Poetry in the courtly tradition is typically aristocratic in tone and directed by an aspiring poet-lover to an unattainable lady. The courtly genre par excellence is the canso, the usually male-voice song of courtly love, called the grand chant courtois in north French contexts.

Occitan also contains the small but significant body of poetry composed by the trobairitz. Upwards of twenty love poems by these women troubadours are preserved. The poems of the trobairitz, especially the cansos, stand in a peculiar relationship to the lyrics by the male troubadours. The women authors play with the same ideas as their male counterparts: However, the speaker in the trobairitz canso combines the positions of proud lady, domna, and pleading lover, rather than simply reversing them.

Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden comparison with their male iFnd, the trobairitz iin simpler, more direct language, focus on the love relationship rather than on their own poetic gifts, and attribute problems in the relationship to the lover, not to themselves.

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The femna in these poems contrasts with the courtly domna celebrated in troubadour lyric: This need not mean, though, that songs of this type were not enjoyed by the aristocracy. Indeed, when the characters Hot wife wants casual sex Alamosa these tirl dramas are presented as rather crass, they offer aristocratic audiences the opportunity to congratulate themselves on their own superior refinement.

Of the other genres, the chanson de toile is an archaizing, ballad-like form, which narrates a simple love story in the meter of the heroic chanson de geste. One of the characters is a maiden in the upper room of a castle who voices her feelings for a knight; there may be a dialogue between the girl and her mother, lover, or another person.

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Many of those from France are dance songs, characterized by repetition and refrain. Occasionally, the latter is the main speaker.

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The lover is nearly always silent. Sometimes the attitude toward Find Sex Dates - girl that works at fugi s in Leiden woman speaker is condescending. French examples predominate, but poems of this type are also found in Occitan, Spanish CastilianGerman, Latin, and one or two in Welsh and English. A few of the poems are bilingual.

In these cases the linguistic contrast highlights the social difference between a man who knows Latin, or another language associated with sophistication, and a woman who speaks her local vernacular. Some of the most interesting ones come from two poetic miscellanies compiled in Germany: There is no particular evidence, though, aside from this poem, that the authors of this playful verse were loose-living vagabonds rather than typical clerics of settled life, who took time off to amuse themselves with amorous, bibulous, or parodic verse.

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