Table of contents for Debating the Roman de la Rose : a critical anthology / edited by Christine McWebb ; introduction and Latin translations by Earl Jeffrey Richards.

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Contents
Preface										
User Guide										
Introduction										
Earl Jeffrey Richards
One: 		Italian Humanism and French Clericalism in the Fourteenth
Century								
A)	The Beginning of the Debate about the Roman de la rose			
1.	Petrarch								
B)	The Roman as auctoritas							
1.	Gilles li Muisis 							
2.	Pierre Ceffons 							
3.	Raoul de Presles							
C)	The Debate about the Mendicants						
1.	Philippe de Mézières							
2.	Jean le Fèvre 								
D)	Antifeminism and the Jealous Husband					
1.	Pierre Ceffons 							
2.	Matheolus and Jean le Fèvre 						
3.	Philippe de Mézières							
4.	Le Mesnagier de Paris						
E)	The Early Opponents							
1.	Guillaume de Digulleville						
2.	Commentary on the Song of Songs					
Two:		The Defense of Courtly Discourse and Morals			
A)	The Poets¿ Reaction								
1.	Eustache Deschamps							
2.	Philippe de Mézières							
B)	Christine de Pizan: The Debate Before the Debate			
1.	L¿epistre au dieu d¿amours						
2.	Les enseignemens moraux que Cristine donne a son filz		
3.	Le livre du débat de deux amans					
Three:		The Debate Epistles (1401-1402)					
1.	Christine de Pizan to Isabeau de Bavière				
2.	Christine de Pizan: Explanatory letter				
3.	Gontier Col to Christine de Pizan					
4.	Christine de Pizan to Jean de Montreuil				
5.	Gontier Col to Christine de Pizan					
6.	Christine de Pizan to Gontier Col					
7.	Christine de Pizan to Pierre Col					
Four:		The Architectonics of Voices (1401-1404)				
1.	Jean de Montreuil 	- Epistles 103, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122	
2.	Christine de Pizan 	- A Guillaume de Tygnonville			
3.	Christine de Pizan 	- Le dit de la rose				
4.	Pierre d¿Ailly 		- Le jardin amoureux				
5.	Jean Gerson 		- Le traictié d¿une vision faite contre
 le Ronmant de la rose			
6.	Pierre Col 		- La response maistre Pierre Col		
7.	Jean de Montreuil 	- Epistle 154					
8.	Pierre Col 		- A fame de hault entendement,
demoiselle Cristine de Pizan			
9.	Jean Gerson 		- Talia de me					
10.	Jean Gerson 		- Poenitemini					
11.	Jean de Montreuil 	- Epistle 152					
Five:		The Debate After the Debate and French Humanism		
A)	Christine de Pizan ¿ 1403-1413						
1.	Le livre de la mutacion de Fortune					
2.	Le livre de la cité des dames						
3.	Le livre de l¿advision Cristine						
4.	Autres Ballades: Rondel and Ballade XXXVII			
5.	Le livre de fais d¿armes et de chevalerie				
B)	The Beginnings of French Humanism					
1.	Laurent de Premierfait						
Appendix A: Variants								
Bibliography										
Index											

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jean, de Meun, d. 1305? Roman de la Rose.
Guillaume, de Lorris, fl. 1230. Roman de la Rose.
Romances -- History and criticism.