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Views from a many-windowed tower
Giselle de Nie
|Other titles||Waarnemingen vanuiteen toren met vele vensters.|
|Statement||door Giselle de Nie.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||347 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||347|
View from a Many-Windowed Tower: Studies of Imagination in the Works of Gregory of Tours (Amsterdam, ), Her concern is primarily the inner-logic governing the passages on prodigies in Gregory’s narrative, but her theory has wide application in Gregory’s. Histories. Walter Goffart has argued that one of theAuthor: Robert Winn. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Giselle De Nie books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Views from a many-windowed tower. Dr. Giselle de Nie. 01 Oct Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Envisioning Experience in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Giselle De Nie. 17 Nov Paperback.
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The seventeen published articles by Giselle de Nie reproduced in this collection continue the work begun in her book published in , Views from a Many-Windowed Tower. De Nie studies the imagination of sixth-century Romano-Gallic culture as revealed in the images and metaphors produced by its writers to describe miracles, dreams, and "the self.". In The Tower, the thrilling conclusion to Simon Toynes bestselling Sanctus trilogy, an ominous countdown has begun that some believe could be the first sign of an imminent global catastrophe. Toynes latest thriller opens at the NASA Control Center in Maryland where the centers director has gone missing and all that can be found is a bizarre message on his /5.
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Views from a many-windowed tower by Giselle de Nie,Rodopi edition, in English Views from a many-windowed tower ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Views from a many-windowed tower: studies of imagination in the works of Gregory of Tours = Waarnemingen vanuit een toren met vele vensters: studiën over verbeelding in de werken van Gregorius van Tours.
GISELLE DE NIE, Views from a many-windowed tower. Studies of imagination in the works of Gregory of Tours (Studies in classical Antiquity, Band 7), pp.Rodopi, Amsterdam,f 95,40 in Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Author: S.B.J.
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Her Views from a Many-Windowed Tower. Studies of Imagination in the Works of Gregory of Tours (Amsterdam: Rodopi, ) explored the central role of mental images in his religious mentality; a collection of a number of her articles on various authors appeared as Word, Image and Experience.
“I have tried to discover what he did not say” Gisella de Nie, Views from a Many-Windowed Tower. Studies of Imagination in the Works of Gregory of Tours. Abstract This essay seeks, as the title shows, a deconstruction of texts which composed a famous his-torical accounting, the Historiarum Libri Decem, written by bishop Gregory of Tours, at the.
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The title, which the book shares with the second poem, refers to Ballylee Castle, a Norman tower which Yeats .shaped it and upon his political ability. Placing the preface to Book V in its intellectual and historical setting, furthermore, permits an insight into early Merovingian politics and warfare and the ways in which bishops tried to intervene in them.
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