Popular 14th Century Books

 

This item presents lists of the literary events and publications in the 14th century that is collection Of all top 10 books of the 14th century and its overview. Medieval literature is a broad subject written and available in Europe and further than during the medieval period (that is, the one thousand years from the fall of the Western Roman Empire ca. AD 500 to the beginning of the Florentine Renaissance in the late 15th century). The writing of this time was a compilation of holy writings as well as secular works.

Troilus and Criseyde

Set against the epic backdrop of the clash of Troy, Troilus and Criseyde is a reminiscent story of love and loss.

Read it For:
This is a very good edition of the text. Being a Norton edition, it provides a very good polish by the side of each line, for the Middle English; grave material and responses.
Don't Read it For:
A literary epic is an epic poem in the style of the Iliad, but unlike the Illiad it was formerly written down.
What makes this book stand out?:
This is a dreamy poem, pure and simple, and is a beautiful example of English Renaissance poetry, though one should consider that the period in which it was written, the 14th Century.

A Treatise on God as First Principle

In the first, what is reputed is said to be former whereas what is exceed in perfection is posterior It is the kind of priority Aristotle had in mind in his proof that act is earlier to strength.

Read it For:
The incredible convolution and harshness of Scouts advice and his vast indulgent of the entire realm of logical possibility and essential was shocking.
Don't Read it For:
This was a tremendously grave and condensed read. In a review one should try to synopsis and point out the imperative arguments in the book.
What makes this book stand out?:
The things that are latter in attractive, he declares, are proceeding in form and in substantiality.

Het abel spel “Gloriant van Bruuyswijc” en de sotternie “De Buskenblazer” na volghende

Gloriant is a Middle Dutch drama. It is one of the four abele spelen that are enclosed in the Hulthemse handschrift and consists of 1142 lines in rhyme.

Read it For:
Popular books of 14th century and has very good tale line and attractive too
Don't Read it For:
Story is little expanded and you might feel bored.
What makes this book stand out?:
Interesting story line. Story may generate attention.

Confessio Amantis, the Lovers Shrift

According to its preliminary part, it was serene at the request of Richard II. It stands with the works of Chaucerand the Pearl poet as one of the great works of late 14th-century English literature.

Read it For:
Couplets and twists on Ovidian tales, look no farther
Don't Read it For:
The old-fashioned language
What makes this book stand out?:
The things that are latter in attractive, he declares, are proceeding in form and in substantiality.
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The Saga of Grettir the Strong

The Saga of Grettir the burly is one of the last great Icelandic sagas. It relates the tale of Grettir, an eleventh-century warrior under heaviness to hold on to the values of a heroic age, bestselling book of 14th century.

Read it For:
The Sagas of Icelanders are often considered one of the most important literary genres to come to us from the Middle Ages for the glimpses they give.
Don't Read it For:
the real crowning scenes of the story don't rly come in till the very end.
What makes this book stand out?:
The saga of the outlaw Grettir Asmundarson is a supreme portrait of the societal isolation of a brutal poet.

The Saga of King Hrolf Kraki

It tell of the exploits of King Hrolf and of his famed champion, including Bodvar Bjarki, the 'bear-warrior', a powerful figure whose might and bear-like nature are enthused by the same legendary heritage as Beowulf.

Read it For:
A work of timeless power and beauty, it offers both a coffers of Icelandic prose and a masterful gathering of epic, cultic memory, established folk tale and myths
Don't Read it For:
The saga itself covers the past of the legendary Danish kings, which in a much misused form tells of the same dynasty that features heavily in the Old English Beowulf.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book starts with a short forward by Priscilla Tolkien which explains the relationship between Mills and the Tolkien family.

Vie de Saint Louis

It's a history of Louis IX (Saint Louis) focusing mainly on his two botched crusades--the last embark upon by any main European monarch.

Read it For:
Interesting Story line and association refreshing story.
Don't Read it For:
This novel has a Very Long Story.
What makes this book stand out?:
Mysterious Story line.

The Divan

The Persian bard Hafez (1320-1389) is best known as a Sufi mystic who incorporated essentials of Sufism into his verses.

Read it For:
There are moments yearning of sorts for amazing very much like love
Don't Read it For:
Poems make does feel and there needs to be people who can do this
What makes this book stand out?:
The love is clearly going to God and others where the love is human, for the breakable tulip, for another human being, for the real friend or the real lover or the lost child.

The Tale of the Heike

In the first, what is reputed is said to be former whereas what is exceed in perfection is posterior It is the kind of priority Aristotle had in mind in his proof that act is earlier to strength.

Read it For:
This is the Japanese description of Homer.
Don't Read it For:
Its brave and admirable warriors in a strange distant land, its like fantasies, even though these stories are based on past facts.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is about the rise and fall of the Taira clan (Heike), which ultimately loses to the Minamoto clan, and spend a lot of time in figure out how privileged of both sides live and fought.

 

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