Author: Stephen Knight
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Stephen Knight traces the myth of Merlin back to its earliest roots in the . Knight, Stephen (1972) Rymyng Craftily: Meaning in Chaucer’s Poetry.
Stephen Knight traces the myth of Merlin back to its earliest roots in the early Welsh figure of Myrddin. He then follows Merlin as he is imagined and reimagined through centuries of literature and art, beginning with Geoffrey of Monmouth, whose immensely popular History of the Kings of Britain (c. 1138) transmitted the story of Merlin to Europe at large. The book opens by questioning whether the tradition was originally oral or literary, and argues that it has always been both, as part of its volatile multiplicity – a theme resumed in theoretical terms in the final essay on & Robin Hood’.
Stephen Thomas Knight est un professeur reconnu de l'université de Cardiff. Bibliographie sélective. Rymyng Craftily: Meaning in Chaucer’s Poetry. Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1972
Stephen Thomas Knight est un professeur reconnu de l'université de Cardiff. Il s'intéresse à la littérature médiévale, aux études culturelles et aux fictions criminelles. Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1972. Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1973. London : Macmillan, 1980. Arthurian Literature and Society.
Rymyng Craftily: Meaning in Chaucer's Poetry, Angus & Robertson (London, England), 1973. The Poetry of the Canterbury Tales, Angus & Robertson (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), 1973. In his books, Knight discusses the various versions of the Robin Hood myth, which originated sometime in the Middle Ages and lives on today in English and American culture, most recently in the form of numerous Hollywood films. Originally, notes Knight, the figure of Robin Hood was that of a bandit of ordinary birth living in the forest with his gang.