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Versions of the glorious body: language and corporeity

Published in Schwarz, Alexander & Schiltknecht, Catalina & Wahlen, Barbara. Körper, Kultur, Kommunikation/Corps, Culture, Communication: Peter Lang. 2014, p. 353-365
Collection Tausch; 18
Abstract This article tackles the relation between embodiment and language in the Middle English romance "The KIng of Tars", including a discussion of the "Elders of the Apocalypse" (Tympanum of St Pierre Abbey, Moissac) and Chaucer's "Second Nun's Tale". It considers deviant language acts, religious ritual, and theological models of corporeity.
Keywords LanguageCorporeityKing of TarsElders of the ApocalypseMoissacSaint CeciliaChaucerSecond Nun's TaleReligionConversionGlorious bodyResurrectionHagiographyCultureBodily shape
ISBN: 978-3-0343-1543-2
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IVANOVA, Petya. Versions of the glorious body: language and corporeity. In: Schwarz, Alexander & Schiltknecht, Catalina & Wahlen, Barbara (Ed.). Körper, Kultur, Kommunikation/Corps, Culture, Communication. [s.l.] : Peter Lang, 2014. p. 353-365. (Tausch; 18) https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:75144

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