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Hermogène le rhéteur et Bohémond le bâilleur. Échos de l’École de Hereford dans l’Ipomedon de Hue de Rotelande‪

Abstract : The romance of Ipomedon by Hue de Rotelande borrows certain themes and motifs from other literary texts, all the while remaining aesthetically unusual. This article notes that the names of two characters in this late twelfth-century verse parody (the king “Hermogenes” and the dog “Baailemunt”) constitute allusions to texts or stories with authors or protagonists in southern Italy. These southern Italian echoes are due to the fact that the author of the novel lived close to Hereford, at a time when the clerics of this city maintained contacts with the academic circle of southern Italy.
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Vladimir Agrigoroaei. Hermogène le rhéteur et Bohémond le bâilleur. Échos de l’École de Hereford dans l’Ipomedon de Hue de Rotelande‪. Medievales -Paris-, Puv, 2018, 1 (74), pp.121-132. ⟨10.4000/medievales.8592⟩. ⟨halshs-02055799⟩

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