Women and Laughter in Medieval Comic Literature

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Perfetti, Lisa
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Descrizione libro The University of Michigan Press, United States, 2003. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 241 x 155 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Exploring literary representations of women s laughter from the thirteenth through the sixteenth centuries, this volume offers an intriguing look into a culture of women s laughter, illustrating the many contexts that shaped the way women told jokes, as well as the ways their joking reflected their limited position in a society dominated by men. The book also considers the uses male authors made of the laughter of their fictional creations and the pleasures offered to both male and female audiences.This study is the first to investigate women s laughter as a particular kind of talking back to medieval discourse on women, the subject of recent feminist medievalist studies. Female characters openly embrace women s laughter, associated with the body and castigated for its unruliness in conduct literature. Acknowledging that comic works were grounded in antifeminist traditions and that their female characters were in fact targets of laughter for male authors, this study argues that female characters who laugh and tell jokes also offer traces of how women might have used their laughter to respond to negative pronouncements about women in medieval culture. Both laughable and laughing, the female protagonists studied in this book will engage modern readers with their witty, sometimes bawdy jokes, allowing us to imagine the pleasures that medieval comic literature, so often labeled misogynous, offered to women as well as to men.Lisa Perfetti is Assistant Professor of French, Muhlenberg College. Codice libro della libreria AAN9780472113217

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Descrizione libro The University of Michigan Press, United States, 2003. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. New.. 241 x 155 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Exploring literary representations of women s laughter from the thirteenth through the sixteenth centuries, this volume offers an intriguing look into a culture of women s laughter, illustrating the many contexts that shaped the way women told jokes, as well as the ways their joking reflected their limited position in a society dominated by men. The book also considers the uses male authors made of the laughter of their fictional creations and the pleasures offered to both male and female audiences.This study is the first to investigate women s laughter as a particular kind of talking back to medieval discourse on women, the subject of recent feminist medievalist studies. Female characters openly embrace women s laughter, associated with the body and castigated for its unruliness in conduct literature. Acknowledging that comic works were grounded in antifeminist traditions and that their female characters were in fact targets of laughter for male authors, this study argues that female characters who laugh and tell jokes also offer traces of how women might have used their laughter to respond to negative pronouncements about women in medieval culture. Both laughable and laughing, the female protagonists studied in this book will engage modern readers with their witty, sometimes bawdy jokes, allowing us to imagine the pleasures that medieval comic literature, so often labeled misogynous, offered to women as well as to men.Lisa Perfetti is Assistant Professor of French, Muhlenberg College. Codice libro della libreria AAN9780472113217

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Descrizione libro The University of Michigan Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Women and Laughter in Medieval Comic Literature, Lisa Perfetti, Exploring literary representations of women's laughter from the thirteenth through the sixteenth centuries, this volume offers an intriguing look into a culture of women's laughter, illustrating the many contexts that shaped the way women told jokes, as well as the ways their joking reflected their limited position in a society dominated by men. The book also considers the uses male authors made of the laughter of their fictional creations and the pleasures offered to both male and female audiences.This study is the first to investigate women's laughter as a particular kind of "talking back" to medieval discourse on women, the subject of recent feminist medievalist studies. Female characters openly embrace women's laughter, associated with the body and castigated for its unruliness in conduct literature. Acknowledging that comic works were grounded in antifeminist traditions and that their female characters were in fact targets of laughter for male authors, this study argues that female characters who laugh and tell jokes also offer traces of how women might have used their laughter to respond to negative pronouncements about women in medieval culture. Both laughable and laughing, the female protagonists studied in this book will engage modern readers with their witty, sometimes bawdy jokes, allowing us to imagine the pleasures that medieval comic literature, so often labeled misogynous, offered to women as well as to men.Lisa Perfetti is Assistant Professor of French, Muhlenberg College. Codice libro della libreria B9780472113217

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