6 edition of Amoryus and Cleopes found in the catalog.
1999 by Published for TEAMS by Medieval Institute Publications in Kalamazoo, Mich .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 27-29).
|Statement||John Metham ; edited by Stephen Page.|
|Series||Middle English texts, Middle English texts (Kalamazoo, Mich.)|
|Contributions||Page, Stephen F., 1951-|
|LC Classifications||PR2063.M34 A8 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||98031520|
Amoryus and Cleopes, by John Metham, ed. by Stephen F. Page (HTML at Rochester) Arthur: A Short Sketch of His Life and History in English Verse of the First Half of the Fifteenth Century, Copied and Edited From the Marquis of Bath's MS. (London: Trübner and Co., ), ed. by Frederick James Furnivall (Gutenberg text). Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Cleveland Amory books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Greg R. Fishbone Spellbound River Press Softcover $ The legend of Ty Sato continues to grow in The Amorphous Assassin, book two in Greg R. Fishbone’s intergalactic all-star Galaxy Games series, combining all the best elements of sports and science fiction with an out-of-this-world cast of feisty friends and frenemies.
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Amoryus and Cleopes, in fact, adopts Chaucer's tone and borrows details of Amoryus and Cleopes book and narrative strategies from Chaucer's Ovidian tales, such as that in The Book of the Duchess, and especially from his romance-epic masterpiece, Troilus and Criseyde.
The poem furthermore does not slavishly use these features of Chaucer's compositions but adapts. Amoryus and Cleopes. Kalamazoo, Mich.: Published for TEAMS by Medieval Institute Publications, (OCoLC) Online version: Metham, John, active Amoryus and Cleopes.
Kalamazoo, Mich.: Published for TEAMS by Medieval Institute Publications, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Metham. Now, the story of Amoryus and Cleopes is the familiar Pyramus and Thisbe legend with a new setting and a mitigated catastrophe.
Metham pretends to follow, or does actually follow, this author in the poem up to the end of the third book, when Pyramus (Amoryus) and Thisbe (Cleopes) are dead; then he apparently branches out for himself.
It will be. The Works of John Metham: (Amoryus and Cleopes, &c.) John Metham. Kraus Reprint, - Manuscripts, English (Middle) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. Section 2. At least part of John Lydgate's Troy Book was familiar to Metham, and Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde served in a number of ways as a model for Amoryus and Cleopes (see Introduction).
Metham here invokes the inexpressibility topos, a commonplace of medieval rhetoric. During the consecration ceremony, Amoryus sees Cleopes and falls in love, but hides it from his companions. She reciprocates, and shows him an illumination in her prayer book.
After the service, Amoryus acquires a kerchief Amoryus and Cleopes book the same image as the illumination and wears it in the tournaments held to mark the occasion. debted to Chaucer than to Lydgate. The scene in which Amoryus and Cleopes meet for the first time provides an instructive comparison.
In this scene, Metham does borrow details from the meeting of Paris and Helen in Lydgate's Troy Book.6 Both Paris and Amoryus circle their new found love in the Temple of Venus, approaching closer and closer with.
John Metham's "Straunge Style": "Amoryus and Cleopes" as Chaucerian Fragment. Fumo, Jamie C. // Chaucer Review;, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p This essay offers poetry criticism of the poem "Amoryus and Cleopes" by John Metham. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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Amoryus and Cleopes by John Metham, edited by Stephen F. Page at In this volume, John Metham's classic romance Amoryus and Cleopes is made available to a wider audience of students and teachers of Middle English with its contextualizing introduction, extensive notes, and helpful gloss.
This fifteenth century romance, written by John Metham, creatively reworks Ovid's tale of. Amoryus and Cleopes --Prose works. Palmistry ; Physiognomy ; Christmas day ; Days of the moon ; Christmas day. Series Title: Early English Text Society (Series)., Original series ;, no.
Other Titles: Amoryus and Cleopes. Responsibility: ed. from the unique ms. in the Garrett collection in the library of Princeton university, by Hardin Craig. In historical editions of the English Troilus and Criseyde, Henryson's distinct and separate work was sometimes included without accreditation as an "epilogue" to Chaucer's tale.
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John Gower also uses the story, with some alteration, as a cautionary tale in his Confessio Amantis, while Amoryus and Cleopes is a 15th-century version. Shakespeare. In Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream (Act V, sc 1), a group of "mechanicals" enact the story of "Pyramus and Thisbe".
Works of John Metham: (Amoryus and Cleopes, &c.) / edited by Hardin Craig: Publication info: Book One. Second Boke. The Thyrd Boke. The prolog in the thyrd boke. Book Two. The Last Book. The prolog in-to the laste boke. The Laste Boke.
John Metham's Prose. Academic journal article The Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History.
Fictions of Patronage: The Romance Heroine as Sponsor in John Metham's Amoryus and Cleopes. By Vines, Amy N. Read preview. Academic journal.
"John Metham's 'straunge style': Amoryus and Cleopes as Chaucerian Fragment." Chaucer Review (): "Argus' Eyes, Midas' Ears, and the Wife of Bath as Storyteller." Metamorphosis: The Changing Face of Ovid in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Alison Keith and Stephen Rupp. The second chapter is entitled ‘The Science of Female Power in John Metham's Amoryus and Cleopes’.
It is interesting that Vines chooses this romance, out of all romances with powerful female characters, given her ready disparagement of Metham: she describes Amoryus and Cleopes as ‘tedious’ (p.
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John Metham’s Amoryus and Cleopes is a fifteenth-century romance loosely based on Ovid’s “Pyramus and Thisbe,” a tale perhaps better known as the inspiration for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
The romance bears few resemblances to its Ovidian source or Shakespearean counterpart, not least of all because Metham adds to the love story. Political, religious, and love poems (some by Lydgate, Sir Richard Ros, Henry Baradoun, Wm. Huchen, etc.) from the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth ms.and other sources, with a fragment of the romance of Peare of Provence andhe fair Maguelone, and a sketch, with the prolog and epilog, of the romance of The Knight Amoryus and the Lady Cleopes by John Metham, scholar of Cambridge, A.
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