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end of the century colleges at Cambridge and Oxford were beginning to take in some paying undergraduates usually housed in buildings outside college. On the other hand, Gregory does a fine job in conveying the sense of daily life in a small medieval town, the tensions between townsmen and university

In: King’s Hall, Cambridge and the Fourteenth-Century Universities

end of the century colleges at Cambridge and Oxford were beginning to take in some paying undergraduates usually housed in buildings outside college. On the other hand, Gregory does a fine job in conveying the sense of daily life in a small medieval town, the tensions between townsmen and university

In: King’s Hall, Cambridge and the Fourteenth-Century Universities

( se habet ) to forms only in a certain order, ensuring the regular succession of substances: as vinegar is the corruption of wine, so is the dead body the corruption of the living. 31 Importantly, the dissolution ( resolutio ) of the material substratum never proceeded as far down as prime matter

In: King’s Hall, Cambridge and the Fourteenth-Century Universities

( se habet ) to forms only in a certain order, ensuring the regular succession of substances: as vinegar is the corruption of wine, so is the dead body the corruption of the living. 31 Importantly, the dissolution ( resolutio ) of the material substratum never proceeded as far down as prime matter

In: King’s Hall, Cambridge and the Fourteenth-Century Universities

intellectual life indelibly. During that time Brunetto traveled around France and possibly visited England; in 1266, when the Guelphs regained power after defeating the Ghibellines at Benevento, he returned to Florence and resumed a prominent role in Florentine politics. 4 The French exile originated the

In: Interpretation and Visual Poetics in Medieval and Early Modern Texts
Author: Alice Wood

of to-day and to-morrow who is interested in sports and in the open-air life, and yet retains live mental interests”.40 Despite pledging to provide “a clean, healthy English paper”, unlike “papers of a similar type” that “lean too much upon American or Parisian ideas”,41 Eve remained highly atten

In: Middlebrow and Gender, 1890-1945
Author: Ann Rea

its intention to publish the novel.12 The novel’s radical appeal for the liberation of the downtrodden working man by “tenderness” called for sexual expression uniting the body and the soul, a point where Lawrence and Stopes converged in their thinking. They agreed that modern life had sapped 12

In: Middlebrow and Gender, 1890-1945

even more vibrant metaphor of a religious play as aliving book’ as opposed to the ‘lifeless book’ of the static image. But, true to form, the Tretise author counters this argu- ment. While approving of “peintinge,” perhaps in deference to St. Gregory, he dismisses plays even more sternly than he

In: Staging Scripture

’s statuses on social media. Rather, people are usually motivated to post a status of their own and receive likes from others. 47 This episteme places stress on notions of curation and erudition since it is tempting, from a digital point of view, to merely offer the evidence (all the evidence) and let the

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In: Among Digitized Manuscripts. Philology, Codicology, Paleography in a Digital World

tragedy. Briefly, Archipropheta, Tragoedia combines the Gospel accounts of the life of John the Baptist, and his murder at the hands of Herod the Tetrarch, with the details of Herod’s vexed and incestuous family life in Josephus’s Antiquities of the Jews, to create a five-act tragedy that culminates in

In: Staging Scripture