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...lais including, Eliduc and Guigemar, are from the The Lais of Marie de France. Love is a common theme in both the stories although the nature varies in the two stories. Despite their commonalities, Eliduc and Guigemar offer distinct storylines to the audiences. Eliduc is more about love and separation whereas Guigemar is more about falling in love after a period of avoiding love. Hence love is a common theme in both stories although the stories differ in their temporal order and characterization, with the characters seeking or losing love in the course of the Lay. Therefore, while love is a common theme, the two lais differ in terms... Eliduc and Guigemar: A Comparative Analysis Each of the two lais...
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Marie De France Era
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...Lais of Marie de France” has been dedicated towards the understanding and narration of what was the trend and approach towards marriage in those days. (France 37) Her views, as expressed in the writings, can be segmented into two clear distinctions, one carried in the part... ?What is Marie De France’s view of marriage? Consistency or inconsistency, if so why? If not why not? Marie De France hailed from an era which was driven and characterized by court relationships, and marriages were not the priority before engaging into a physical relationship. Being one from that era, she has shed light on the fact and routine that was in practice in those courts. Considerable portion of her writing in “The Lais of...
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Romantic Love in Dantes Inferno
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...Lais’ which is a fine example of its genre. Lais as a compilation of short stories presents the moment of crisis in the subject of love relations, characterized by intense and refined view of courtly love. In the presentation of her works, the lovers are never shy or timid, nor are the female characters as she presents in her works. She presents a characteristic sympathetic approach to love through un-doctrine perspectives, engaging her contemporary audience accordingly. Similarly, Dante Alighieri in enriching his works in poetry presents the storyline, ‘The Inferno... Romantic Love in Dante’s Inferno Marie de France is among the earliest French woman poet, producing several works among them, ‘Lais’ whi...
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An Analysis of Fairies as a Literary Device In Medieval Folklore
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...lais" (a French term refering to the balladic form many of these tales used to survive until their chronicling), frequently contain elements of magic or reference to fairy powers. These otherworldly components are lingering elements of pagan beliefs and traditions, considered the "old ways" or "old religion," that existed prior to the coming of Christianity to medieval Europe. Chrisitanity then, no matter how devoutly it was followed, remained the "new religion" as it achieved dominance (up until divisions began to occur within Christianity itself), incorporating such "old religion" activities as Halloween... An Analysis of Fairies as a Literary Device In Medieval Folklore Medieval folk tales, or...
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End of life care
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...lais with the social workers to enhance visitation of the dying patients in their homes (Davison, 2010). References Aslakson, R., & Pronovost, P. J. (2011). Health Care Quality in End-of-Life Care: Promoting Palliative Care in the Intensive Care Unit. Anesthesiology Clinics. Davison, S. N. (2010). End-of-life care preferences and needs: Perceptions of patients with chronic kidney disease. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 5, 195–204. Heyland, D. K., Cook, D. J., Rocker, G. M., Dodek, P. M., Kutsogiannis, D. J., Skrobik, Y., … Cohen, S. R. (2010). Defining priorities for improving end-of-life care in Canada. CMAJ, 182.... End of life care The main goals of end life care are to...
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The main protagonist is very often at odds with society. Discuss with reference to two novels
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...Lais of Marie de France (Penguin Classics) In The Lais of Marie de France a collection of twelve different poems, the main... Protagonist In various literary works, we have protagonists who stand for various causes that they pursue with the different abilities that the writer has endowed them. Protagonists can be portrayed as heroes or heroes due to the central role they have been given in the play or literary work. The abilities that the main characters are given helps them liberate their people from situations of oppression (Green, 2010). However, the protagonists have their faults that make them odd and at times, they cross with the society that demands its values and norms to respect. The Lais o...
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Response Paper for the Ancient Tragedy Book
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...Lais of Thebes. In the story the major event is that of Oedipus killing his own father unknowingly. This event was prophesized to Oedipus by an oracle which he ignored and mocked. Oedipus killed his father has a retaliation and killing one’s father... ?Topic - Response paper for the ancient tragedy book - (Oedipus the King). Oedipus the King and major themes and issues Introduction Oedipus the kingof Thebes is known for his intelligence and arrogance and he thought himself to be the God. Due to his cruel deeds he had to suffer immensely. The story shows the reader the result of cruel deeds and arrogance and how free will and fate have hold on one’s life. This is a tragic story which revolves around...
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Lanval by Marie De France
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...Lais of Marie De France. New York: Dutton, 1978.... Age Literature" 'Love' is the matter of the story 'Lanval', written by the famous Marie De France. Marie portrays the behavior and actions of people when they fall in love. He gave his views and opinion about love. According to Marie, women possess a strong hold and power over the men who love her. The author tried to convey the message that people may use love and desires of their lovers easily for the sake of their own interest. Marie portrayed the changes of behavior and situations when the person whom someone loves goes out of sight. Marie does not only explain the negative impacts of love on the behavior of people but she also draws the attention...
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Favorite Place
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...lais and grass skirts was very appealing. They were geared in pukka shell necklaces and anklets. What else do you want from life, I asked myself at that situations. Probably a glass of beer and then came... MY FAVORITE PLACE For some people visiting places of significance can be the catalyst for changing one's outlook on life, recharging one's emotional battery, or growing closer to one's family member or friend. Everyone has a special place, a place where you can be you, where you can find peace and harmony For some it's a quiet place, for others it's a hustling, bustling, and full of people and movement place. But all of these places have one thing in common; they are places where you'd run to in...
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Human Observation report
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...lais... Television watching among schoolchildren and its social effects Introduction According to the American media consumption statistics, 98% of the households in the United States have a television while 34% of the households have more than one television. 49% of the Americans acknowledge that they have watched too much television, with this figure not tied to the number of television sets people own. 40% of Americans frequently watch television while having dinner with the number of daily rented televisions in the United States being approximately six million. Television watching is not only restricted to adults, but the statistics equally report an escalating number of school age children watching...
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What do you consider to be the key differences between orthodox and new approaches to International Political Economy Illustrate your answer with particula
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...lais/minors/ipe/overview/overview.html) IPE 4 Gilpin has argued about a relation between constructivism and globalisation. It is a part of general trend in global relations. The change in trend is in the relationship between agreed fixed units of nation-states to the confrontation between political units. He talks about assumed spatial context where global relationships are taking place. “… image of the geographical space, the envelope in which international relationships take place, has shifted from an image of a divided space made of separate and isolated nation-states... IPE Topic: What do you consider to be the key differences between ‘orthodox’ and ‘new’ approaches to...
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Analyzing Literary Works of West European Medieval Poets and Writers
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...Lais of Marie de France. Chicago: Penguin Books , 1990. Print. Chaucer, Geoffrey. Troilus and Criseyde. Washington: Penguin Publishers, 2001. Print. Troilus and Criseyde. New York: Kessinger Publishing, 2004. Print. Guillaume. The Romance of the Rose. New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. Print. Henryson, Robert. The Story of Troilus. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2001. Print. Levi, Ezio. Eliduc. Chicago: Sansoni Publisher, 2000. Print. Parry, John Jay. The art of courtly love. Columbia: Columbia University Press, 1990 . Print. Sweeney, Michelle. Magic in medieval romance. New York: Four Courts Press, 2000. Print. Troyes, Chretien de. Yvain; Or, the Knight with...
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Alternative Methods in Justice
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...Lais, then CEO of York Pharmaceuticals Inc., was sentenced to federal prison for distributing substandard aspirin in 2000 and 2001.” (Kansas City… 2005) The common punishment for these two... Pharmaceutical companies were established to find remedies that can cure, prevent or alleviate the illnesses society encounters today. Inasmuch as they deal with human lives, they are expected to conduct business with the utmost regard for their customers’ safety and health. It therefore comes as a shock to society when these same companies and their top management are convicted because of improper practices related to drug manufacturing. The traditional method of punishment does not seem to hinder them from...
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Midieval literature
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...lais or narrative poems. In all the poems, she reveals the role that women play in the lives of men, or at times the other way around. Though all the poems follow the theme of knighthood and chivalry, it is inevitable that the presence of women in these men's life would come out. But more than this, she showcased two strong contrasting nature in man that of good and evil, whether man or woman alike. This ambiguity produced ambivalence in Marie's characters. Most of Marie de France's works raised issues... Hyeran Ko Medieval Literature Prof. Jonathan Martin 3-31-2008 "WOE-MAN WE-MEN" Marie de France, a poetess and a woman of substance, highlights the interaction of opposition and contrast in many of her...
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Midieval literature
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...lais or narrative poems. In all the poems, she reveals the role that women play in the lives of men, or at times the other way around. Though all the poems follow the theme of knighthood and chivalry, it is inevitable that the presence of women in these mens life would come out. But more than this, she showcased two strong contrasting nature in man … that of good and evil, whether man or woman alike. This ambiguity produced ambivalence in Marie’s characters. Most of Marie de France’s works raised... Hyeran Ko Medieval Literature Prof. Jonathan Martin 3-31-2008 “WOE-MAN … WE-MEN” Marie de France, a poetess and a woman of substance, highlights the interaction of opposition and contrast in many of her lais...
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Renaissance Art and Music
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...lai, which had been cultivated by the troubadours and trouvres since about 1200. Although 4 of Machaut's 19 lais are polyphonic, with two or three voices singing independent parts, the remainder are monophonic, with a single, perhaps unaccompanied, vocal line. There is no fixed poetic form, and this freedom is mirrored in the music, with successive sections using different metres and melodic material, giving the impression of a large through-composed structure rather than a strophic one. Of the 33 virelais Machaut set to music... Renaissance Art and Music Introduction The term Renaissance is originally a French word whose literal meaning is rebirth, has been applied metaphorically to a wide variety of...
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Literature Review
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...LAIs PD team, 1998 23 Figure 11: An example structure for a data warehouse 27 Figure 12: Stages of the CRISP-DSM model 29 Figure 13: Stages of the data mining process and modes of knowledge creation 30 List of Tables Table 1: Acronyms used in the paper 3 Table 2: Foreign terms used in the paper 4 Table 3: Major approaches to LPD 9 Table 4: Value attributes according to different models 14 Table 5: The seven wastes for three different contexts 17 Table 6: The four stages of PLC (post introduction of product into market) 18 Table 7: The five lean steps in manufacturing... Literature Review Value stream mapping of vibration test data in a product life cycle Hesam Ahoule, May Table of Contents Index of...
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The High Middle Ages
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...lais of Marie de France, the Mabinogion and the Arthurian cycles. A notable amount... The High Middle Ages is a term used by historians to describe European history in the period of the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries (1000-1300 CE). The High Middle Ages were preceded by the Early Middle Ages and followed by the Late Middle Ages, which by convention ends around 1500. The key historical trend of the High Middle Ages was the rapidly increasing population of Europe, which brought about great social and political change from the preceding era. By 1250, some scholars say, the continent became overpopulated, reaching levels it would not see again in some areas until the 19th century. This trend was checked in th...
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The High Middle Ages
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...lais of Marie de France, the Mabinogion and the Arthurian cycles. A notable amount... The High Middle Ages is a term used by historians to describe European history in the period of the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries (1000–1300 CE). The High Middle Ages were preceded by the Early Middle Ages and followed by the Late Middle Ages, which by convention ends around 1500. The key historical trend of the High Middle Ages was the rapidly increasing population of Europe, which brought about great social and political change from the preceding era. By 1250, some scholars say, the continent became overpopulated, reaching levels it would not see again in some areas until the 19th century. This trend was checked in ...
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