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New Course Supplement 2016

FREN 10.18 The Medieval Mirror of Ourselves

Perhaps more than any other era, the Middle Ages inspired modern French literature. Things medieval intrigued writers and artists throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with interest at its strongest during the nineteenth century's rise in national pride and focus on national origins. But artists and scholars also looked beyond medieval literature to traditions in architecture, interior decoration, and pictorial art.  The Middle Ages served as a mirror in which French people contemplated both their identity and their destiny. Present still today throughout France in cities, symbols, churches and documents, the medieval period has continued to solicit our imaginations in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:W

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