Hagiography in Anglo-Saxon England: Adopting and Adapting Saints’ Lives into Old English Prose (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 73)

Lazzari, L; Di Sciacca, C

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This volume gathers fourteen new essays devoted to Old English prose saints’ lives from the late Anglo-Saxon period. Moving from diverse methodological approaches and building on the most recent developments in primary and secondary scholarship, the contributions comprehensively consider the texts and contexts of the vernacular hagiographic output both by Ælfric, the major hagiographer of his day, and by anonymous authors. Attention is devoted also to the post-Conquest legacy of Anglo-Saxon hagiography, as Ælfric’s Lives of Saints continued to be read, copied, edited, and readapted throughout the eleventh and twelfth centuries. In the new stress on the Latin source-texts, among which the long-neglected Vitas Patrum, on the historical background underlying the hagiographical production, this collection contributes to define the sanctorale in use in late Anglo-Saxon England and thereby advances our knowledge of the literary culture and intellectual history of the late Anglo-Saxon period and beyond.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Volume73
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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NomeTextes et Études du Moyen Âge

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Anglo-Saxon England
Saints
Prose
Étude
Old English
Anglo-Saxon
Hagiography
12th Century
Literary Culture
Latin Language
Intellectual History
Anonymous Author
Culture History
Conquest
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Hagiography in Anglo-Saxon England: Adopting and Adapting Saints’ Lives into Old English Prose (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 73). / Lazzari, L; Di Sciacca, C.

2014. (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge).

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