8 edition of The Song of Roland; formulaic style and poetic craft found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Joseph J. Duggan.|
|Series||Publications of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, UCLA, 6, Publications of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies ;, 6.|
|LC Classifications||PQ1525 .D82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||75186101|
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BOOK REVIEWS The Song of Roland: Formulaic Style and Poetic Craft Joseph J. Duggan/Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Pp. Duggan's work is one of the most recent in a series of investigations which attempt to ascertain the mode of composition of given texts through quantitative formu-lary analysis.
Poetic Form and Rhyme. The Song of Roland is written in poetic form. The verse paragraphs are called laisses, and they are of varying length. The rhyming scheme is assonance, meaning that only the final stressed vowels are identical.
Most lines have 10 syllables, with a break, or caesura, after the fourth syllable. Language. Epic Poetry; Tragedy.
The Song of Roland belongs to the epic genre: long poems that tell the adventures of heroic or legendary figures. Clocking in at stanzas, the Song of Roland tells the story of both heroic (Roland, Charlemagne) and legendary figures (Oliver).
Check, Check, Check. For more on chansons de geste and how much of Roland is historical and how much is fictional, see "In a. This book offers a detailed interpretation of the Song of Roland, one of the best-known texts in all heroic literature.
It also includes a commentary that treats the poem's place in the eleventh (or early twelfth) century, its importance to the society that produced it, and the ways in which it is read today.