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LE GOFF, Jacques. Time, Work, & Culture in the Middle Ages . Translated by Arthur Goldhammer. Chicago: a Phoenix Book published by The University of Chicago Press, (1985). Pp. (4),v-xvi,-384. 8vo, decorated red card covers. Contents: 1. The Several Middle Ages of Jules Michelet; 2. Merchant's Time and Church's Time in the Middle Ages; 3. Labor Time in the "Crisis" of the Fourteenth Century: From Medieval Time to Modern Time; 4. A Note on Tripartite Society, Monarchical Ideology, and Economic Renewal in Ninth- to Twelfth-Century Christendom; 5. Labor, Techniques, and Craftsmen in the Value Systems of the Early Middle Ages (Fifth to Tenth Centuries); 6. Peasants andthe Rural World in the Literature of the Early Middle Ages (Fifth and Sixt h Centuries); 7. Academic Expenses at Padua in the Fifteenth Century; 8. Trades and Professions as Represented in Medieval Confessors' Manuals; 9. Howdid the Medieval University Conceive of Itself; 10. The Universities and t he Public Authorities in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance; 11. Clerical Culture and Folklore Traditions in Merovingian Civilization; 12. Ecclesiastical Culture and Folklore in the Middle Ages: Saint Marcellus of Paris and the Dragon; 13. The Medieval West and the Indian Ocean: An Oneiric Horizon;14. Dreams in the Culture and Collective Psychology of the Medieval West; 15. Melusina: Mother and Pioneer; 16. The Historian and the Ordinary Man; 17. The Symbolic Ritual of Vassalage. Spine slightly sunned, else vg. 25.00
Title: Time, Work, & Culture in the Middle Ages. pbk.
Publisher: University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1985, ISBN:0226470814:
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