November 27

November 27 - Literature in Central-High Middle Ages Cathedral at Chate Gothic-style West-front is kind of small o Leftover from fires Towers are

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Literature in Central-High Middle Ages - Cathedral at Chate - Gothic-style - West-front is kind of small o Leftover from fires - Towers are very different on the west-front…built from different times. - Make-up of different times. - Equilibrium and Dynamism o Unity and diversity in regards to the Cathedral Literature - Some literature in Latin, some isn’t o Some is in the vernacular o Latin was the language of the educated Vehicle of the delivery of ideas and every medieval student HAD to study Latin—language of church and medium of instruction. - Latin was NO ONE’s vernacular o Was a learned language, but not a dead language…people just didn’t learn it through growing up, but rather through schooling. - Latin Literature o Huge range of outlooks and values represented Some is religious…full of religious values and piety of medieval Christianity Kind of grim in terms of the way it portrays the ideals of the faith. o
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2008 for the course HIST 102g taught by Professor 11:00-11:50 during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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November 27 - Literature in Central-High Middle Ages Cathedral at Chate Gothic-style West-front is kind of small o Leftover from fires Towers are

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