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Fishermen and Boat at Port Said. Foottit et Chocolat, I. Foottit et Chocolat, II. Acrobates sur la chaise. Foottit et Chocolat, III. Chaise en bascule. Hallucination de l'alchimiste, L' The Hallucinated Alchemist. Smith, George Albert. George Albert Smith Films. Head of Colonial Procession. Head of Procession Including Bluejackets. Hotel del Monte. Illusioniste, L'.

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Jongleur : les assiettes. Laplanders Arriving at Village. Launch of Life Boat. Life Guards and Princes North of St. Nice : II. Panorama du casino pris d'un bateau. Passage de la Marne par les chevaux du 28 Dragons. Pecheur dans le torrent, Le. Pillow Fight, A. Piscine d'Aix-les-bains, La. Place du Gouvernement. Place Soliman Pacha. President McKinley's Inauguration.

Paul, Robert W. Radeau avec baigneurs. Railway Station Scene. Print held by George Eastman Museum. Messter Film. Fructuoso Gelabert. Royal Carriage Arriving at St. Royal Carriages Passing Westminster. Royal Princes in St. Paul's Churchyard. Salida de misa de doce del Pilar de Zaragoza. Eduardo Jimeno. Sauts du tremplin. Serpentine Dance, Annabelle. Singe voltigeur, Le. Vue de Paris boulev. Wash Day Troubles.

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Print held by Museum of Modern Art. Women Fetching Water from the Nile. First Sleigh Ride, The. Police Patrol Wagon. Broadway et Union Square. Descente des voyageurs du pont de Brooklyn. Market Square, Harrisburg, Pa. Patineurs au Parc central. Bey et son escorte, Le. Print held by Austrian Film Museum.

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Rue et porte Bab-el-Khadra. Rue Sidi-Ben-Arous. Danse des Ciociari. Patineur grotesque. Rue El-Halfaouine. Columbia Bicycle Factory. Fifth Avenue, New York. Bonne d'enfants et cuirassier. Bocal aux poissons rouges. Black Diamond Express, no. Boxeurs en tonneaux.

Charpentier et cartonnier. Prestidigitateur, [I]. Pont de Kasr-el-Nil chameaux. Descente de la grande pyramide. Espagne : courses de taureaux, I Spanish Bullfight. Panorama des rives du Nil, [I]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [II]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [III]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [IV]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [V]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [VI]. Panorama des rives du Nil, [VII]. Affair of Honor, An. Bourricots sous les palmiers. Danse de jeunes filles.

Caravane de chameaux. Bal des Sablaises. Toilette d'un negrillon, II. Dispute de cocher. Danse du sabre, II. Espagne : courses de taureaux, II. Chicken Thieves. Girls Swinging. Edison at Work in His Chemical Laboratory. Sauts au cheval en longueur. Roi et la Reine de Roumanie et leur escorte. Armour's Electric Trolley. Buffalo Police on Parade. Buffalo Stockyards.

Corner Madison and State Streets, Chicago. Falls of Minnehaha. Giant Coal Dumper. Miller and the Sweep, The. Philadelphia Express, Jersey Central Railway. Racing at Sheepshead Bay. Sheep Run, Chicago Stockyards. Avesta : les chutes. Partie de lawn-tennis, II, Une. Garde descendante du palais Saint-James. Avenue et Union Square. La course. Buffalo Fire Department in Action. Cattle Driven to Slaughter. Admiral Cigarette. Atlantic City Fire Department. Panorama des Rives du Bosphore. Appui par quatre au galop. Changement de main. Demi-tour par pelotons. Doublements dans la largeur.

Doublements en profondeur. Panorama en chemin de fer collines. Panorama de la Corne d'or. Boat Wagon and Beach Cart. Boxeurs et le spectateur trop curieux puni, Les. Cupid at the Washtub. Sutro Baths, no. Arrest in Chinatown, San Francisco, Cal. Baby Merry-Go-Round.

Beach Apparatus-Practice. Capsize of Lifeboat. Crissie Sheridan. Cupid and Psyche. Dancing Darkey Boy. First Avenue, Seattle, Washington, No. Fishing Smacks. Horses Loading for Klondike. Hotel Vendome, San Jose, Cal. Leander Sisters. Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton, Cal. Loading Baggage for Klondike, no. Lurline Baths. Return of Lifeboat. Southern Pacific Overland Mail. Stanford University, California. Surf at Monterey. X-Ray Fiend, The. Transport de malades, I. Transport de malades, II.

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Venise : place Saint-Marc. Bateaux sur le lac de St-James Park. Panorama du palais de Westminster pris de la Tamise. Print held in Irish Film Archive. Pompiers : exercices de sauvetage. Pompiers : Un incendie, I. Pompiers : un incendie, II. Barque sortant du port. Hatot, Georges. Assassinat du Duc de Guise. Charge de cuirassiers. Voyageur et voleurs. Carrare : train sortant d'un tunnel. Mort de Charles Ier.

Nounou et soldats. Ballet : "Le carnaval de Venise", II. Colin-maillard au baquet. Cigare introuvable, Le. Paris : Les pompiers, I. Passage des pompes. Parvis de Notre-Dame. Battleships 'Maine' and 'Iowa'. Christmas Morning. Fast Mail, Northern Pacific Railroad. Haunted Castle, The. Mount and Dismount, Gatling Gun. Cinghalais : danse des couteaux, I. Cinghalais : danse des couteaux, II. Cinghalais : danse des couteaux, III. Bataille de femmes interrompue par un chien.

Buffalo Bill : cow-boys. Buffalo Bill : lassage de chevaux. Buffalo Bill : peaux-rouges. Chez le juge de paix. Enfants au bord de la mer The Children's Seaside Frolic. Peter Elfelt. Danse serpentine, [I]. Print held by Danish Film Institute. Armenian Archbishop, Rome. Assaut au fleuret. Ballet Excelsior : pas de deux. Ballet Excelsior : pas de trois. Ballet Excelsior : pas du bouquet.

Battle of Manila Bay. Blackton, J. Vitagraph Company of America. Bombardment of Matanzas. Print held by Lake County Discovery Museum. Cambrioleurs, Les. Come Along, Do! Cruiser Columbia. Danse japonaise : IV. Early Fashions on Brighton Pier. Williamson, James. Elopement on Horseback. Porter, Edwin S. Freedom of Cuba.

Gigolos et gigolettes. Guilliame Tell et le clown Adventures of William Tell. Humpty Dumpty Circus. Kalem Company. Illusions fantasmagoriques. Landing of Columbus. Williamson Kinematograph Company. Launch of H. Albion, The. Magicien, Le. Pelicans at the Zoo. Breteau, Gaston. Scene d'escamotage.

Sirdar's Reception at Guildhall. Paul's Animatograph Works. Something Good. Selig Ployscope Company. Surprise d'une maison au petit jour. Switchback Railway, A. Torres Strait Islanders: Making Fire. Haddon, Alfred Cort. Torres Strait Islanders: Three Dancers. Transport de cages. View from an Engine Front: Barnstaple. Warwick Trading Company. Deux ivrognes, Les. Transport d'une tourelle par un attelage de 60 chevaux. Cocher endormi, Le. Danseuse de ballet. Repas en famille. Charmeur d'oiseau. Passion Play of Oberammergau, The.

Vincent, Henry C. Place du gouvernement. Calf Branding. California Orange Groves, Panoramic View. Cattle Leaving the Corral. Chinese Procession. Eagle Dance, Pueblo Indians. Going Through the Tunnel. Hockey Match on the Ice. Indian Day School. Skyscrapers of New York, The. Street Scene, San Diego. Sunset Limited, Southern Pacific Ry. Vizcaya Under Full Headway.

Wash Day in Mexico. Artillerie de montagne avec mulets. Panorama du Port, I. Lutteurs japonais. Mort de Marat Death of Marat. Acrobatic Monkey. After Launching. American Flag, no. Feeding Sea Gulls. Bleckyrden, W. Freight Train. Launching, no. Mount Tamalpais R. Mount Taw R. Native Daughters. Parade of Chinese. Procession of Floats. Union Iron Works. Artillerie de montagne : une batterie dans la montagne descente. Ascension du sommet du Diable.

Descente du sommet du Diable. Panorama des rives de la Seine, [III]. Panorama des rives de la Seine, [IV]. Patineurs Skating Scene. Ramassage du linge. Artillerie de montagne : mise en batterie et feu. Escrime au sabre japonais. Squelette joyeux, Le. Chasse au renard : au galop. Chasse au renard : le rendez-vous. Theodore Roosevelt Leaving the White House. Tug in a Heavy Sea, A. Artillerie de montagne : chargement de mulets. Au quartier : distribution de gamelles. Chez le cordonnier. Mort de Robespierre. Infantry, 2nd Battalion, Leaving Cars. Paley, William 'Daddy'.

Ball Game, The. Battery B Arriving at Camp. Battery B Pitching Camp. Blanket-Tossing a New Recruit. Colored Troops Disembarking. Cuban Refugees Waiting for Rations. Military Camp at Tampa, Taken from Train. Morro Castle, Havana Harbor. Moulin Rouge Dancers. Journal Despatch Yacht 'Buccaneer'. Secretary Long and Captain Sigsbee. Street Arab, A. Battleship 'Indiana'. Cavalry Supplies Unloading at Tampa, Florida. War Correspondents.

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Boleras Robadas deux. Bolero de medio paso. Bolero de medio passo ensemble. Banderilleros, [II]. Sortie de la quadrille. Afternoon Tea on Board S. Arrival of Tokyo Train. Cuban Volunteers Embarking. Kanakas Diving for Money Honolulu , No. Soldiers Washing Dishes. Trained Cavalry Horses. Troop Ships for the Philippines. Troops Embarking at San Francisco. Danseuses japonaises. Amoureux dans le sac, L' The Lover in the Bag.

Ballet de Flora : pas de cinq, I. Ballet de Flora : pas de cinq, II. Ballet de Flora : pas de cinq, III. Ballet de Flora : variations, I. Ballet de Flora : variations, II. Execution by Hanging, An. Roosevelt's Rough Riders. Startled Lover, The. Wounded Soldiers Embarking in Row Boats. Wreck of the 'Vizcaya'. Acteurs japonais : Bataille au sabre. Branle-bas de combat. Bathing Girls Hurdle Race.

Fake Beggar, The. Favourite Domestic Scene, A. Major General Shafter. Packing Ammunition on Mules, Cuba. His subjects have been turned into fish. Then he kills her. As to its form, we should bear in mind Kuno Meyer'. Stil dieser Sagen jahrhundert Lang fortgepflanzt worden, ehe sie zur Aufzeichnung gelangten, geht u. The cyclic redactions testify rules over the whole land. It requires two incantations p. While one might be tempted to see in the Oriental story the material of Count Philip's Book see above, p.

Thus it would seem that if an Oriental strain be present in Crestien's source at all. Our present testimony does not seem to me to admit of any other conclusion. On the fish as a zoomorphic symbol of life, see my article, pp. London, Thus, while we cannot expect to find the particular version on which Crestien and Wolfram drew, we may at least conjecture what this version was like. I hesitate to bring it forward once more. It is, however, so good an example of how the great shapeshifter wins the services of a mortal hero that it may well be taken as a partial prototype of the Perceval quest.

Our object thus is to point out a basal type, to which the otherworld visit represented by Crestien's source roughly conformed, rather than a version with which Crestien was actually acquainted. Stokes, Revue Celtique, xxii, pp. Da Derga, it is said, "wore a green cloak and a shirt with a white hood and a red insertion. In his hand was a sword with a hilt of ivory, and he supplies attend- ance of every imda in the house with ale and food, and he is quick- witted in serving the whole host. The palace lies " over a pure lake," which they cross in a bronze boat. They reach it in the fraction of a minute [see the suddenness with which the grail castle appears in Crestien].

Labraid is called Long-Hair, and there is another king with him in the palace [cf. Three fifties about each of them Fifty beds on the right side Fifty beds on the left side Front rails to the beds of wood, Their posts of white gilded over. And the light they have Is a precious glittering stone. The rain-storm consequent on the appearance of the grail in some of the romances e. I, 90 ff. Nutt, Folklore, xxi, 1 li- the Fisher-King's father is " the Mikado of the myth, the super- sanct representative.

There are three-score trees Their tops barely touching. Three hundred men are nourished by each tree, With fruit manifold, without rind. There is a cask there with joyous mead. Which is distributed to the household. It continued ever, enduring is the custom, So that it is always constantly full. There is a woman in this noble house; She is superior to the women of Ireland; With golden hair she comes out In her accomplished beauty.

Loeg, the charioteer of Ciichulinn. The woman whom I speak of there. She robs the hosts of their wits. We have now seen that in every important respect the earliest extant grail quest can be explained on a Celtic, perhaps ultimately an Irish, basis. I may, therefore, reaffirm positively what I said tentatively in my Fisher King: that the myth " descends in direct line from the primitive Celts. This question, we are told, relates especially to the Fisher King's father; i.

This Crestien undertook to interpret in his customary scholastic manner: 73 The mountains of Sliabh-Luachra between Limerick and Kerry in Munster. As for the destructive effect of the lance, this too was indicated to him, but perhaps by a different source. In the Gawain-section 79 MS. Professor Warren has repeatedly called my attention to the fact, which others seem to have overlooked — including myself — that Gawain never meets a fisherman in a boat, and that, in fact, his chief concern in the story is with the bleeding lance, and not with the grail : in Wauchier, e.

This fits in well with my theory of a multiplicity of closely related sources, see above, p. Ferdi- nand Lot's criticism of Miss Weston Bibl. Crestien did not rime phre and ancore. Huet has dis- cussed the readings of this passage in Rom. As for the rime Logres : ogres, it is interesting to note that Crestien used it before, in Chorrete, vv.

So we may conclude that the sacramental nature of the story- was already a part of Crestien's source, remembering, how- ever, that his continuators in some respects had a clearer notion of it than he, and returned to the wellsprings " of which the livre gave only an imperfect synopsis. In the case of Wolfram, however, our discussion has shown that his detailed account of the gralburg may point to the use of Crestien's own source or one closely akin to it in material. For whether or not, as Heinzel 81 maintained, Wolfram drew on Kiot, and Kiot on Crestien's source — Wolfram's version, as we have seen, is in some respects more chaiacteristically Celtic than that of Crestien.

Langlois called attention to the poem which follows here, including it in a list of minor satirical works, then unpublished, which seemed to him to deserve the notice of the historian of French society of the thirteenth century. As to form, the work of Eenaud is in no wise remarkable : monorime d Alexandrines in quatrains is the commonest of all the stanzas used in Dits and Etats du Monde by the bourgeois poets of the epoch of St.

We read, for example, in Eenaud's work: Joustise est esclopee et droiz vait a potences; and, in the Vie du Monde of Eustebuef : Puis que justice cloche et droiz pent et encline. Of the Last Judgment Eenaud exclaims, 1 Naetebus's index includes poems in this form, mostly of the thirteenth century.

The Gontenz dou Monde, for some reason, was overlooked: perhaps because the copyist arranged the Alexandrines in half lines of usually six syllables. Godefroy, who read the poem, usually cites it in this erroneous form, and under the bizarre title, Contempt dou Monde. As to the satirical matter, however, the invectives of Re- naud d'Andon fully meet the requirements so well formulated by M. Langlois : they are " original, sincere, and founded upon direct observation " ; moreover, the indignant poet has composed his censorious quatrains with considerable vigor of thought and diction.

Finally, it may be stated that Renaud's work is by no means without linguistic color and interest. We should have found there, no doubt, the needed explanation of the title, which has been gathered from the Explicit. The word contenz 3 is well known in the sense of ' contention,' ' dispute. Us, we may at times take contenz in the special sense of ' dispute at law,' and translate, " The "World's Indictment," or " The World brought to Judgment.

He shows, in fact, intimate acquaint- ance with both lay and ecclesiastical courts st. I am indebted to M. We notice that after an enumeration of various other kinds of sinners, he returns with predilection to the corrupt judges st. Perche im The form guieres, not admitted by the copyist st. Paris, Romania xxx, p. Provenzalische Sprache u. I, pp. E -f- I in the thirteenth century see Suchier's Map xii. Two peculiar rimes remain to be considered. SO desore: devore: hore: demore.

The appear- ance of alores in this group is surprising, but cp. More to the East, the versified Vegetius also offers hores : encores Wen- delbron 40 a. In alores, encores this irregularity may be due to association with hore s , especially in phrases like par h ores, puis l'ore que, etc. In st. Similar irregular rimes used by Jehan le Marchant la mors: secors, sors: plors, etc.

Abhandlungen xliii; Hess, in Romanische Forschungen xxvn, p. Palsgrave p. Goerlich, Ber Burgundisehe Dialekt im xiii. Jahr- htmdert, pp. Le Contenz dou Monde. Li lais qui riens ne set de plet ne de berole Tout sanz conseil d'autrui commence sa parole : S'uns seus moz trop ou poi de la bouche li vole Il est tout errant pris et mis en la jaiole. Roques, p. Li avocat soustienent les baraz et les fuites [fo. S'en manguent les barz, les saumons et les truites : De mal feu puissent il avoir les langues cuites!

Quant il cuide avoir fet s'a tout a commencier, Car cil li desavance qui deiist avancier. Tuit se font avocat cil ribaut bobancier, Tex qui ne savroit mie. Touz jors tendent la main corne singes la poe : S'il n'est plus que paiez trop petitet s'en loe. Li riches lions le fet d'autre part assaillir, Semondre en plusors leus por li plus malbaillir.

Li riches tret de cort tout ce qu'il en veut trere, Nus ne li escondit, nus ne li fait contrere.

Nus conseil ne li done qu'il ne veut ne qu'il n'ose, Si emporte li riches tout le gras de la chose. Lors porra l'en veoir qui miex alliguera. Por nous et contre nos noz oevres crieront: La langue se tera, les oevres parleront. Fox est qui jusqu'alores s'atent a repentir; Trop se puet li pechierres tarder et alentir. Payez sera chascuns ensemble d'ui et d'ier : Je criem que toz li miaudres n'ait preu a Deu vidier. He Dex! Quant devant lui sera touz li mondes presenz, Corrompuz n'iert cil juges par dons ne par presenz; Prises seront les choses legieres et pesanz; Estront de chien vaudront estellins et besanz.

Ou sera leur destors? Ou sera leur refuges? Dex sera querellierres et avocat et juges. En acusant dira: Bien pert que poi m'amastes, Quant j'oi faim entre vos mangier ne me donastes; 50 b. Quant cil. Bien cuident de leur gorges que ce soient reliques, Plus venimeuses sont que n'est. Touz jors n'avront il mie leur bons ne leur aviaus, Ne se porra covrir baraz ne tremeriaus. L'arme dit: Fol pech[i]erre, [fo. La mort vient en aguet que que fox se delite, A l'un vient en apert et a l'autre soubite. Aquitons nos a Deu qui a son are tendu, Et s'il avant destent que nos avrons rendu, N'avrons de quoi finer, trop avrons atendu.

Aquitons nos tandis com somes au desore s , Ainz que la mort nos morde, qui tot mort et devore. Fox est qui prent respit d'une toute seule hore, Car nus tant ne se haste qu'i ne face demore. Je qui hete les autres sui li mains aprestez, Li mains aisiez d'atendre et li plus endetez; J'ai vers Deu guerroie des biens qu'il m'a prestez. Si ai fet de mon cors les larges foletez. La dame. Eenaut d'Andon qui parle [fo. Explicit le contenz dou monde. Herzog, Streit- fragen, Vol. More commonly apeticier, as G. Guiart, i, p. Brakelmann, p. Godefroy es- sever 2, and the variant assever for essever 1.

The etymon is exaequare A. Guiart i, granz fossez La faiz ou le plain desayve, A cisel, en roche nayve. Gui- art, Angier but not in the north Ph. Barat 7. The correct form in the plu- ral is rather bars; cp. Apparently the same word as ber ele, ' agi- tation,' ' dispute,' which is used by G. Guiart i, p. Michel il, p. See his remark, p. Chastellain dut. Li Proverbe au Vilain, No. Darrieres 64a. Guiart n, p. Wanting in Godefroy; cp. Partonopeus , mercier qqn de son ostel, avoir cliier V ostel de qqn, Crestien de Troyes, Charete So Jean le Mar- chant, p.

Deman- da, por Deu herbergage. With prier we find Si K var. XLii, 47; de mestier Bartsch, Romanzen u. Pas- tourellen n, 75, 21, while prier qrpi d'amor cp. Ebeling, Auberee, p. There seems therefore no reason to doubt the legitimacy of the expression prier qqn d'ostel, or d'ostelage. Gode- froy s. The word means ' fall from a height ' or transitively ' throw down. A variant appears to be descrunkier Godef. Contrariwise, encruchier wanting in Godef roy appears to mean ' place on high ' ' lodge. Jean le Marchant, p.

For the etymon, cp. Schlutter, ALL. Fardes pi. Habitant 89d. Godefroy has but one example of this word s. Laissier Ps. Membre 59b. The expression means, ' to hear sounds suggesting preparations for a luxurious meal,' spices being formerly ground fresh daily. So Eustebuef, La Voie de Paradis, ft. Eefet sovent le mortier bruire Encli iez Hasart le taver- nier Qui est ses keus a assez paiue Netement 75a.

A parallel to the more common O. Conjuga- tion auf -ir, p. Oiseuse, metre en — , 38c. One of the many espicene s popu- lar in medieval cookery, poivre pi. I find mention of poivre chaut, p. These when ground in a mortar cp. Poivre seems to have been used also in the sense of ' powdered spice ' in gen- eral ; the collection of cook- ing receipts c. Similarly, pepper is not specifically mentioned in the confection of the peve- rada described in the Libro della Cocina early xivth century, ed.

Zambrini, , Scelta xl. This sauce consisted of toast, saffran, spices, wine or vinegar, etc. Deschamps i, p. Similarly, in later times, piment means both e spiced wine ' and ' pepper ' cap- sicum, or red pepper. Meyer, No. Quanque 10b 'however much. Tobler's Beitrdge m, p. Racorder 88d. Sac ' sack-cloth ' 72c. Tanqueliques pi- 65a. Tanquelique also suggests quiquelique, equally ob- scure as to meaning: the clerks of Orleans claiment la Dyaletique Par mal despit [la] Qui- quelique. Bataille des. Arts, Go- defroy cites two passages containing this word from the Ovide moralise.

Ui, d' —, et d'ier 30c. Veer 59c. XX, , p. Paris l. Pour em- ployer une forme savante telle que Raganfroi, qui se lit dans les Chroniques de Saint-Denis voyez Rajna, ouvr. On trouve dans YHistoria regum Francorum monasterii s. Dionysii Pertz, SS. IX, p. Veroni SS. Selon G. Est-elle vraie? L'autre, celle de G. Pourtant ici, on n'a pas le choix. Par malheur ses deux fils moururent avant lui, Drogon vers l'an , Grimoald en Il est battu par les Frisons [].

Les Neustriens traversent l'Ardenne sans obstacle. Mais Charles les atteint dans les Ardennes. Il se retourne alors contre Plectrude, prend Cologne. Voici maintenant ce que racontent les trois chansons de Berte, de Mainet, de Basin. Berte aux grands pieds. La vieille lui fait croire qu'elle risque la mort la nuit de ses noces, et Berte consent qu'une autre prenne sa place pour cette nuit.

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Nul ne sait. Bourdillon, , p. Paulin Paris, , p. Joachim Reinhold, Berte aus grans pies, Cracovie, Paris, Romania, t. Que sont devenus Hugues et Arnoul? Aucun Charles a-t-il jamais grandi clans les cuisines? Le Origini dell' epopea francese, p. Voici com- ment et pourquoi. Si pourtant quelques lecteurs estiment que les explications de M.

Cependant, les romans. C'est, dit M. Paris, de M. Becker, 27 et M. Mais que font-ils de Bainfroi et d'Heldri? Ce ne sont que des noms dans nos romans, disent-ils, en quoi ils nous sem- blent bien avoir raison. Comment s'y trouvent-ils? Remacli, au t. Michelant, p. Paris, t. Il mourut martyr, selon son hagiographe; et quels furent les auteurs de son martyre? En tout cas. Qui licet puerili teneretur aevo. Hie Consilio sapienti sanctissimi archipraesulis utebatur Agilolfi. In hunc, regalia sceptra jure tenentem. Francia malignis odiis ex- arsit, Danielemque quondam clericum.

Il le charge d'aller en ambassade vers Helpricus et Ragvnfriiius : il les sommera de vider sa terre. Sur sa tombe se produisent des miracles que l'hagiographe raconte. Mais le plus beau est celui-ci. Le roi Challes a appris la mort de son ami Agilolf. Il s'avance dans l'Ardenne, cachant sa marche, non point au bruit des trompettes, mais en silence. Bien n'indique que Fhagiographe ait connu des chansons de geste quelconques.

Ou 39 " Novis armis munitae catervae, catervatim non diviso cuneo coeperunt incedere, et idcirco nomen illius loci dicitur Ad Catervas usque hodie. Il faudrait pouvoir identifier le lieu dit Ad Catervas. S'il comprend que ce eia rissi mus rex Caro- ius.

Ainsi feront nos chansons de geste. Nous ne disons pas qu'il l'ait lue ; nous disons : tout se passe comme si On ne peut le savoir, et il n'importe pas de le savoir. C'est un passage des Miracula s. Remarti Acta sanctorum, t. Ac nostros digestim referendo casus tristes sua quodammodo solabatur cantilena, choris concinentibus. Rex autem desuper auscultans per fenestram. Castets, , p. Scheler, v. Paris, p. On peut contester notre explication ; il nous suffit qu'on ne puisse pas raisonnablement en contester le principe. Todd The following Old French poem occupies the last nine folios of a manuscript now in the possession of Mr.

This manuscript, which once formed part of the Ashburnham-Barrois Collection and appeared in Lord Ashbumham's early catalogue, printed about , as No. John Edward Kerr, Jr. A cata- logue of Mr. Kerr's collections, previous to their sale to Mr. Cest la premiere preface dou rom- mant dou lis. In the brief catalogue description of the MS.

Folio Explicit ex parte Petri Mathei Clerici. In view of the more or less nondescript, tho deeply re- ligious, nature of the poem and the absence of any title in the unique manuscript containing it, the supposition is not a violent one that the author himself — who was possibly the otherwise unknown Petrus Matheus of the explicit — com- mitted his modest waif to the tender care of posterity without even tacking to it the useful appendage of a name. It is perhaps with an embarrassment somewhat similar to his, that I have ventured, for the convenience of the future bibliographer rather than for the enlightenment of the present reader, to designate this not uninteresting bit of literary flotsam as, in some sense at least, an Invocation to Saint Mary Magdalen.

In the case of so brief a text it will be unnecessary to provide either an analysis or a summary. The linguistic and formal features of the poem may like- wise, it appears to me, be fittingly dismissed without elaborate discussion. The composition is framed, thruout, in 8- svilabled 8-line strophes, riming ababbaba.

The rectification of an occasional accidental deviation from this order serves, of itself, here and there, to restore the true reading of the text. Few peculiarities of the rime are to be noted: con- ruin tre, , rimes with 7naistre, paistre, naitre; as a coun- terpart to this, fraii-he. The recognition of a prevalent tendency to hiatus leads the editor to retain the reading of the MS. It might well come from Germ, bald, with a suffix influenced by ordonner, which was itself influenced by donner. As to difficulties in the constitution or comprehension of the text, I am at sea in regard to verse : D'un autre se puet pent farder.

Would it be possible to read pentf arder? Or could se pentf arder d'un autre refer to hanging as a substitute on the cross? Perhaps the most striking peculiarity of the text is the curious form Ret, which introduces verses 41 and : Et en besant fist aourer Ret panner des crins de sa teste.

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Son esperit fit a fremir Ret ploure con douz et benigne. Il est bien temps que je m'avise, Tant com je voy durer le jour, Que je ne soie point reprise, Quant venrai devant mon seignour 5 Pour rendre conte de m'amour, En quel chose je Pay assise — Ou monde ou ou creatour, Itant com me dure ma franchise. Je pense avoir ma grant seurtey En la virge de grace pleine. Molt vous ama li Eoys celeste, 35 Dame, bel vous vot colorer, Quant de l'estat si deshonneste Vous daigna si bel restorer; Quant a ses piez vous fist plorer Lay ou Symons li faisoit feste, 40 Et en besant fist aourer Eet panner des crins de sa teste.

Lours li amanz qui vous embrace, 28 ma] sa. Hey, amours, qui tout desfaut trueve Et le bel mettez en apert, 60 Vostre amanz maiz riens ne reprueve En vous, quar, amours, le dessert Tout li avez ensemble offert; Et cui a diz et dit et evre, Vostre cuers li est tout ouvert, 65 Mais riens que fine amour n'i trueve. Quant Jhesus vient en un chastel, Marthe a mengier l'a recehu, Marie boit a cler missel De la doctrine qu'a leu; 70 Vostre aise n'a Marthe pieu, Contre vous giete son apel : " Jhesus, que avez esleii, Entre.

Jhesus dareain l'a repris : " Quant avez la contemplative 80 De. Mais vostre engin plus aut s'en vole, Et tout s'enlace es loiz divines; Don Marthe se plaint et querole. Dont estes vous Rachel la belle, Cui Jacob de fin cuer amoit, Don Lye maine grant querele, Car trop souvent l'acompaignoit. Jacob sert, Jacob se debrise, Trop est apert, trop est igniaux; 99 Plaine. Marthe con saige s'en demeur, Vous va nuncier ceste venue; Tantost com oez vostre suer, Lay n'ot nule resne tenue ; De joie si cuers se remue, Vers lui s'en vole vostre cuer; Vers lui adreciez vostre veue, De duel demore par desfuer.

La mort du ladre li guermente, Et mostre car s'il fu[s]t present De la mort fu[s]t du tout esent. Li maistre la disciple tente : Savoir vuet de li s'elle sent Ce que la foy vuet que l'on sente. Jhesus dit que il moustrera Plus tost sa domination, Quar tantost le suscitera. Que dirai je quant je remir Si grant amour en si grant signe?

Quant Jhesus vit, criait " hay! Pour miex entendre en son gieu, Ensic com amours le conseille, S'en Jhesus metez vostre veu De tel loy qu'il n'est la pareille. Des or mais vostre corps n'a cure Se por lui soffre tout meschiez, Car fine amour qui tout endure Vous a si aligiez vos griez, De la longue vous a fait briez, Que nul temps mais riens ne vous dure; Jhesu oignez devers le chiez En signe de la sepulture.

Judas fait ce faux jugement, Qu'il ne deust estre despandu, Ainz vausist miex qu'il fust vendu, Pour faire as povres aligement; Jhesus li a raison rendu, Jhesus vos fait a sacrement. Assez tost aprez ce vient l'eure Que Jhesus dut de nous partir. En celle heure que tout ciel ploure, Des] Do and defect in ms. Seront il si presumptuoux Qu'il n'amoient la virge mere? Vos ruis sont si impetuoux Qu'envers vous nul n'a refugere.

Absalon, mon fil tres biaux, Formez et fait pour regarder, Maiz ne fut si bel jouvenciaux; D'un autre se puet pent farder. Ma joie, qu'es tu devenue? Ma grant doulour et ma complainte, M'amour douce, m'amour esleue, M'amour norie, m'amour sainte, Ma lumiere qui n'ies estainte, Lasse, se tu ne m'es rendue, Tu qui m'as si chierement rainte, M'arme en mourant te salue. Pour quoy de li vous celez voux, Qui vous lava jadiz le[s] piez? Tres veritable Jhesucrist, He! Or dit elle, " mon ami chier, Di moy, si te vient a plaisir, Ou avez mis ce que [je] quier?

Tantost le me verrez saisir, Ne quier que nul me vuielle aidier. Explicit ex parte Petri Mathei Clerici Reguardant. It will be remembered that the Roman de la Violette belongs to the well known and widely circulated cycle de la gageure; this cycle was studied by Gaston Paris and the results of his investigations were published in the Romania 3 by his friend and successor, M. In this article Paris has given about forty versions of the story, omitting such late derivatives as Weber's opera, Euryanthe, or Dumas' play, Mademoiselle de Belle-Isle. The greatest writers who have made use of the story are Boc- caccio, in his Decameron, n, 9, and Shakespeare, in Gymbeline.

The bare outline of the plot common to the various versions of the cycle is familiar : A man pledges his faith in the virtue of a woman and wagers with an acquaintance that 1 Edited by Francisque Michel, Paris, The article of Paris on the Chansons covers pp. The acquaintance becomes a rival and attempts to win the wager. Because of cer- tain deceitful appearances the woman seems to have yielded, but finally her innocence is established.

Paris finds that the variants of the story fall under three heads : first, there is good faith on the part of the seducer, but he is deceived by substitution into believing that he has really won the wager; second, the seducer is treacherous, he is unable to win the wager and falsely accuses the woman, who herself lays bare the falsity of the accusation; third, the seducer is treacherous, but his treachery is revealed by another than the woman herself.

It is under the third head that the Violette falls. The Violette was probably written between and ; 5 the two chief sources for the plot of the poem are the Comte de Poitiers and the Roman de la Rose Guil- laume de Dole ; in addition the latter has suggested the idea of a flower on the body of the girl and also the insertion of songs in the text. In an edition of the Violette which I hope soon to pub- lish. I shall go into a more detailed discussion of the de- velopment of the story, but in this article I shall consider only the songs introduced by the author into his poem.

The Roman de la Rose, the oldest of the French romans d'aventure to intersperse songs in the text, was written according to Servois in , a date accepted by Gaston Paris as practically exact. The first of these, and one who was very successful in his use of the songs, was Gerbert de Montreuil, author of the Violetto, and this poem follows the Rose more closely in tbe treatment of the lyrics than do later imitations such as 5 See Ro.

In the Violette there are in all 44 songs in about 8 lines, in the Rose there are 48 songs given in lines. In the Rose songs of more than one strophe are frequent. This never occurs in the Violette, which, in this respect, v foreshadows the tendency of the later imitators to favor brief citations. Even refrains of one line are at times found in the Violette, whereas the Rose offers no example of so brief a refrain.

In both romans the songs are introduced irregularly; for example, the first ten songs of the Violette occur within a space of about two hundred lines, while in another part of the poem 9 no song appears for almost eight hundred lines. The longest citation in the Violette consists of twenty-five lines from an epic of the southern cycle. In the Rose the names of the authors of these songs are fre- quently given; in the Violette, except in the case of the v single epic citation, no source is mentioned.

An enumeration of the songs in the Violette may be of some interest, for they enable us to see what kind of lyric verse appealed most strongly to the refined classes of the courts of Louis VIII and Louis IX, and they also afford a glimpse, from one more angle, of the ideas and manners of this medieval society. In order to show more clearly the author's way of inter- mingling lyrics, I give the context of the roman as I mention the songs. The impecunious, but by no means ignorant, author we learn from the close of the poem that his name is Gyrbers de Mosteruel; that is, Gerbert de Montreuil begins, after a brief eulogy of savoir over avoir, by promising us that we shall have a conte Mel et deliiable.

He then names his poem the Roman de la Violette, a title suggested by the Roman de la Rose, and tells us that it contains mainte cour- 11 All citations are given as far as possible from ms. This is the best of the four extant manuscripts and shows a Picard coloring, thus being nearer the original dialect of the author. For the original dialect, see Seelheim. Dir Mundart des alifrz. Veilchenromans, Leip- zig.

Petersburg, ms. Ivry Gitlis - January [21] [22]. Winning first prize meant graduation. He started the study of the violin at the age of five. His debut was made shortly after that and he so impressed the noted virtuoso, Bronislaw Huberman, that he was sent to Paris to study. At the age of 11, the boy won first place among competitors for admission to the Paris Conservatoire, and at 13, he got "Premier Prix" graduated at the Conservatoire. Gitlis continued his studies with such noted virtuosi as Georges Enesco, Jacques Thibaud and Theodore Pashkus, after which we embarked on a European concert tour.

During the war, the youngster remained in London where he performed for the armed forces in hundreds of concerts. In the last few years he has been soloist with such orchestras as the London Philharmonic, London Symphony, Liverpool Philharmonic, etc. Recently he has featured contemporary music on his program ranging from works of Bartok to Lennox Berkley, Ivor Walsworth and Hindemith, as well as continuing his programs of the music of the classics.

Further tours of the European continent have strengthened critical belief that Ivry Gitlis is destined to become one of the world's greatest violinists. Royal Northern College of Music. Archived from the original on 20 March Retrieved 20 March Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Ivry Gitlis at home Paris, Georges Pludermacher , piano.