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2 views/Biographies of Charlemagne
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A 5 page book review that looks two biographies of Charlemagne. These two biographies were written by men roughly contemporary with Charlemagne's rule. One was penned by Einhard between 829 and 836 A.D., the Vita Caroli. The other was written by Notker the Stammerer (who is considered synonymous with the Monk of Saint Gall) between 884 and 887 for the Emperor Charles the Fat, Charlemagne's epileptic great-grandson. Both of these biographies have been translated by Lewis Thorpe and combined into one volume, Two Lives of Charlemagne. The writer discusses the aspects of Charlemagne that these biographers considered noteworthy. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khgrchar.wps

7 Deadly Sins & 7 Cardinal Virtues
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A 6 page research paper that examines the seven deadly sins and seven cardinal virtues, which were concepts that served as part of Christian dogma during the Middle Ages. The writer considers the impact that these concepts had on medieval literature, and, also, on medieval society in general. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: kh77.wps

A Period of Disenchantment in Europe
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This 15 page paper delves into European history inclusive of the Middle Ages, the Baroque era and the Age of Enlightenment and looks at trends in a variety of time periods. The change from superstition to science is the focus of this paper. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: SA415dis .rtf

A View of Medieval Life (7 pp)
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Labels in any time period tend to fluctuate -we may call the Middle Ages that period of time from the twelfth century to the fifteenth century. An art historian would label these early, high and late Gothic, but for the sake of discussion we will use "Medieval," to encompass both. A large part of the population at this time was illiterate, but that does not mean that they did not love stories like the rest of us. What has survived from that period are the stories, in the forms of the works of Christine de Pisan (1363 - 1431) and Jean Foissart ( c 1330 - c1404). Yet we will see different pictures of the same society from their point of view as we examine their works. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BBCatFst.doc


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