We meet TTH 11:15 am - 12:30pm in Bartlett.
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3 Oct. Erec and Enide
- Read Chrétien de Troyes, Erec & Enide.
- visuals of
Th 5 Oct.
- Read Chrétien de Troyes, Cliges.
|Are there allegorical values to the gardens
in these tales? To the wastelands, forests, and streams? What
do they represent, either in the affects of human society,
or in the psychomachia of medieval inquiry? What does each
knight/king desire? How is that desire differentiated from
love? Are there proper and improper objects of love? How do
we know? Who, in these stories, decides on the propriety of
love, who is the arbiter and judge?