Villon's Last Will: Language and Authority in the Testament

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Index of Subjects
Acrostic 59, 60
Acting 3, 79
Aesthetic Distance 9
Ages of Man 35
Amour courtois 50, 66, 70
Amores ( Ovid) 1.9.157
Angers 71
Archiloge Sophie ( Jacques Legrand) 98 and passim
Ars amatoria ( Ovid) 2.333 57
Art de dictier ( Eustache Deschamps) 102
Art de rhetorique vulgaire ( Jean Molinet) 102
Ballades:
'Ballade de conclusion' 8, 63, 66
71, 125, 129
'Ballade de Fortune' 125-34, 141
'Ballade des contradictions' 9, 10, 56, 81, 125, 134, 135, 140, 142
'Ballade des contre-vérités' 56, 134
'Ballade des menus propos' 24, 43, 125, 134, 138
'Ballade des proverbes' 34, 82
'Ballade en jargon 1.' 76, 80; 2. 81; 5.
81; 6. 81
Double Ballade 'Combien que j'ay leu en ung dit' 119-20, 128
Basoches 4
Belle Dame sans mercy65, 66, 102
Binomials 111, 131, 137, 151-3
Carmelites 29
Carmina Burana131
Carpe diem 18, 78, 80
Collège de Navarre11, 31, 116, 122
Confession 29, 54
Death 2-3, 56, 66-71, 80
'Débat du coeur et du corps de Villon' 9, 97, 135-41
Dialogism 5-6, 10, 15, 27, 41, 49, 56, 65, 82, 92, 104, 119, 125, 127, 134, 141, 142
Disticha Catonis119, 140
Doctrinal de la seconde rhetorique ( Baudet Herenc) 102
Dominicans 115
Douai 42, 43, 55
'Dream of Scipio' (Cicero) 26
Ecclesiastes 11: 9-10 17-18
'Epître à ses amis' 131
Eucharist 39, 42, 48, 70
Exempla 15-6
Ezekiel 33: 11 109, 139
Fabliaux55
Fabri, Pierre97 and passim
Fortune 16, 99, 125-34, 141
Franciscans 74
Genesis:
24: 2 68
28: 12-14 46
35: 224 46, 48
Grand et vrai art dep leine rhétorique ( Pierre Fabri) 97 and passim
Heretics 43
Heteroglossia 5-6, 9, 10, 119, 123-4, 141, 142
Homosexuality 39, 62-3, 64, 65, 67, 70
Indeterminacy 35-6, 125, 135, 137, 141, 142
Isaiah 38: 12 19
Jacobins 64
Jeu de paume 55
Job:
7: 6 18-9
7: 10 20
John 19: 22 95
Justinian (Code Of) 34, 40
'Lamentations of Matheolus' 28, 144
Lateran Council (1215) 29, 144
Lex Talionis 40
Lille 42, 43, 55
Love 8, 50 ff.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Writing and the Fragmentation of Authority 13
  • 2- Praise and Blame 34
  • 3- Love's Martyrs 50
  • 4- The Voice of Morality 72
  • 5- Dialogue 82
  • 6- Rhetoric and Irony 97
  • 7- The Indeterminate Author 125
  • Appendix 1 Villon and the Mendicants 143
  • Appendix 2 Glossary of Rhetorical Terms 146
  • Appendix 3 The Use of Anadiplosis in The Introduction to the Testament 149
  • Appendix 4 Binomial Expressions in the Testament 151
  • Bibliography 154
  • Index of Rhetorical Terms (see Also Appendix 2) 157
  • Index of Persons 158
  • Index of Lines Cited 160
  • Index of Subjects 165
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