By Elisabeth Kempf
This learn conceives of Thomas Hoccleve’s Regement of Princes (1410-1413) as an primarily performative textual content, one who expresses its understanding of the manuscript tradition during which it's so firmly rooted. The openness of manuscripts is a routine topic within the Regement and isn't merely expressed via mere descriptions of, yet via complicated references to this manuscript context.
Performances of manuscript tradition appear themselves in different facets of the textual content. the 1st is the narrator character, and particularly the query of the way personality and textual content are intertwined. the second one is the always ordinary interpretation of prices from authoritative resources that pervades the Regement. This urge to interpret is expressed either within the culture of including marginal glosses and within the strategy of subjecting the textual content to an exegetical studying. The 3rd point is the relation among textual content and pictures within the Regement’s manuscripts, which exhibits how mediality is played and the way the manuscript context is made the focal point of this functionality. during this monograph, all of those facets are studied in a approach that mixes the idea that of performativity with the postulations of fabric Philology.
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Performing Manuscript Culture: Poetry, Materiality, and Authorship in Thomas Hoccleve’s "Regement of Princes" (Trends in Medieval Philology) by Elisabeth Kempf