The Unorthodox Imagination in Late Medieval Britain

The Unorthodox Imagination in Late Medieval Britain The unorthodox imagination in late medieval Britain explores how medieval people responded to images stories beliefs and practices which were at odds with the normative world view from the heretica

  • Title: The Unorthodox Imagination in Late Medieval Britain
  • Author: SophiePage John H. Arnold Jean-Claude Schmitt Robert Bartlett Carl Watkins Catherine Rider Edina Bozoky Frank Klaasen
  • ISBN: 9780719078354
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The unorthodox imagination in late medieval Britain explores how medieval people responded to images, stories, beliefs and practices which were at odds with the normative world view, from the heretical and subversive to the marvellous and exotic The Neale lecture by Jean Claude Schmitt examines why some unorthodox images were viewed as provocative and threatening and explThe unorthodox imagination in late medieval Britain explores how medieval people responded to images, stories, beliefs and practices which were at odds with the normative world view, from the heretical and subversive to the marvellous and exotic The Neale lecture by Jean Claude Schmitt examines why some unorthodox images were viewed as provocative and threatening and explores how successfully ecclesiastical authorities contained their impact The power of unorthodoxy to provoke wonder, scepticism or disapproval provides an opportunity to view medieval culture from fresh perspectives The essays in this volume show that unorthodoxy was embedded in mainstream medieval culture, from stories of fairies and witches which promoted orthodox moral values to the social conformity of practitioners of ritual magic This book provides a guide to understanding medieval unorthodoxy and the roles played by experience and imagination in medieval encounters with the unorthodox It will be essential reading for anyone interested in the exotic, provocative and deviant in medieval culture.Contents Unorthodox images The 2006 Neale Lecture Jean Claude Schmitt Comment on Jean Claude Schmitt s Neale Lecture Robert Bartlett Fascination and anxiety in medieval wonder stories Carl Watkins The materiality of unbelief in late medieval England John H Arnold Magic and unorthodoxy in late medieval English pastoral manuals Catherine Rider Private reliquaries and other prophylactic jewels new compositions and devotional practices in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries Edina Bozoky The middleness of ritual magic Frank Klaasen Enchantment in medieval literature Lea T Olsan Constructing exotic animals and environments in late medieval Britain Aleks Pluskowski.

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