Table of contents for Approaches to teaching The song of Roland / edited by William W. Kibler and Leslie Zarker Morgan.

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CONTENTS
Preface to the Series ix
Preface to the Volume 1
PART ONEMATERIALS
Editions and Translations 9
William W. Kibler
French Editions and Translations 9
English Translations 12
The Manuscript 13
Readings for Students and Instructors 14
William W. Kibler
Background Studies 14
Basic Sources for Students 15
Readings for Teachers 17
Audiovisual and Electronic Resources 20
Leslie Zarker Morgan
The Physical Text 20
Audio Resources 21
Visual Aids 22
Cultural Background 25
Film and Television 25
Other Resources 26
Resources for Reading and Singing 29
Margaret Switten
Musical Examples 29
The Accompanying Compact Disk 35
Maps 40
Pilgrimage Routes to Santiago de Compostela 40
Rencesvals (Modern French Roncevaux,
Spanish Roncesvalles) Area 41
PART TWOAPPROACHES
Introduction 45
Leslie Zarker Morgan
Historical, Intellectual, and Literary Contents 47
Will the Real Charlemagne Please Stand Up? 47
Joel T. Rosenthal
Rencesvals: The Event 53
William W. Kibler
Origins of the French Epic: The Song of Roland and
 Other French Epics 57
Philip E. Bennett
Beyond the Oxford Text: The Songs of Roland 66
Joseph J. Duggan
Feudalism in the Song of Roland 73
George T. Beech
Military History and Technology in the Song of Roland 77
Kelly DeVries
The Postcolonial Classroom: Teaching the Song of Roland
 and ``Saracen'' Literature 90
Barbara Stevenson
Avatars of the Song of Roland 97
Roland in the Italian Tradition 97
Jane E. Everson
Roland in Spain 109
Matthew Bailey
A Competitive Edge: Franco-Hispanic Rivalry and the
 Origins of the Song of Roland 115
Kimberlee Campbell
The Song of Roland in Nineteenth-Century France 124
Mark Burde
Text, Language, and Poetic Techniques 133
The Song of Roland and England 133
Ian Short
Translating the Song of Roland into English 139
Patricia Terry
Orality and Textuality: Reading and/or Hearing the Song of Roland 146
Philip E. Bennett
Teaching the Song of Roland as Oral Poetry: Phonetics and Metrics 154
Alice M. Colby-Hall
The Art of Echo 156
Edward A. Heinemann
The Song of Roland in the Classroom 165
The Song of Roland across the Curriculum 165
Michelle R. Warren
Lord of the Valleys: History Students Meet Roland and Friends 171
Joel T. Rosenthal
Teaching the Song of Roland in Upper-Level Courses 179
Margaret Switten
French Medieval Literature in Modern English Translation 188
Deborah M. Sinnreich-Levi
Teaching the Song of Roland in General and Survey Courses
 in World and Medieval Literature 194
Ann W. Engar
Major Characters and Episodes 201
Roland versus Oliver 201
Catherine M. Jones
Coping with the Death of Roland 207
Gerard J. Brault
The Baligant Episode 213
Mary Jane Schenck
The Implications of the Trial of Ganelon 220
Emanuel Mickel
The Death of Aude and the Conversion of Bramimonde: Border 
Pedagogy and Medieval Feminist Criticism 232
Lynn T. Ramey
Critical Approaches 238
An Alternative Reading of the Song of Roland 238
Robert Francis Cook
Three Epic Swords and the Stories They Tell 246
Eugene Vance
Violence and Desmesure in the Song of Roland 253
Patricia Black
The Song of Roland: Structuralism and Beyond 259
Ellen Peel
Political Uses and Responses: Orientalism, Postcolonial Theory, and 
Cultural Studies 269
Sharon Kinoshita
Notes on Contributors 281
Survey Participants 286
Works Cited 287
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Chanson de Roland.
Epic poetry, French -- Study and teaching.