This article proposes a new critical edition of D’una leu chanso ai cor que m’entremeta by Guillem Peire de Cazals and a comment aimed at contextualizing the song as belonging to the poetic mode of the mala canso. The text, which can be dated to the years 1229-1230, consists in an authentic ‘disaffection song’ and it represents a change of course by the troubadour from Cahors, both thematically as well as stylistically. This change is apparent from the initial pair leu chanso – that conceals a particular rhetorical meaning – and it continues within the récit, where the use of vocabulary and themes typical of the ‘mode’ of disaffection may be found.
|Numero di pagine||43|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|