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LCC1- Medieval

Medieval Period

William Langland Piers Plowman
Geoffrey Chaucer The Canterbury Tales/ Troilus and Criseyde/ The Legend of Good Women/ Parlement of Fowels
Historical Background (500AD-1066AD) Early Medieval / Anglo-Saxon - Old English
Historical Background (1067-1500AD) Medieval Period
Main Topic/ Theme (Anglo-Saxon/Old English) Oral Poetry/ Loyalty between chief and warrior/ Warrior Code/ Vengeance or courage in battle/ good vs evil/ christian vs pagan
Main Topic/ Theme (Medieval Period) Chivalry, Bravery, Adventure/ Courtesy/ Courtly love and romance
Genres (Anglo-Saxon/Old English Poetry) Formal Language
Genres (Mystery/Morality Plays) Divine Judgement/ Sacrifice leading to salvation/ Allegory- Saint's lives/ following God
Genres (Religious Prose) written for women (Magdalene and virgin martyrs)
Julian of Norwich Revelations of divine love
The venerable bebe Historica Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum
Geoffrey of Monmouth Historica Regum Britanniae
Boethius The Consolation of Philosophy
Maria de France The Ysopet Fables/ The Legend of the Purgatory of St. Patrick
Sir Thomas Malory Le Morte D'Arthur
Chretien de Troyes Yvain, The Knight of the Lion/ Perceval/ The Story of the Grail/ Lancelot/ The Knight of the Cart/ Confessio Amantis
John Gower Confessio Amantis/ The Tale of Apollonius of Tyre/ Vox Clamantis
Caedmon Hymn
John Lydgate The Life of Our Lady/ The Fall of Princes/ The Troy Book
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