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Literary Leakings into Wavrin’s Danube: Three Strongholds and a Broken Bombard

Abstract : This article’s main interest does not reside in a complete reevaluation of Jean de Wavrin’s 1445 Danube account. Such an approach would have been sterile and entirely unsuccessful. Our interest lies mainly in the authorship, the subjectivity, the second-hand witness factor (i.e. the relation between Jean and Waleran, his nephew and the protagonist of the Danube account), and the masked literary artifices. Still, a complete identification of these patterns in the Burgundian chronicler’s narrative cannot be carried out successfully in a single presentation.
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Vladimir Agrigoroaei. Literary Leakings into Wavrin’s Danube: Three Strongholds and a Broken Bombard. Between Worlds: John Hunyadi and His Time, Aug 2006, Alba-Iulia, Romania. pp.51-67. ⟨halshs-01235957⟩

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