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By John Gillingham

ISBN-10: 1843830728

ISBN-13: 9781843830726

The emphasis during this number of contemporary paintings at the Anglo-Norman realm is very on narrative assets: Dudo, Vita Aedwardi regis, monastic chronicle audiences within the Fens, the chronicles of Anjou, the Warenne view of the prior - and lots more and plenty later resources for stereotypical pictures of the Normans. There also are papers analysing either constitution and chronicle proof in reconsiderations of the succession disputes following the deaths of William I and William II. Papers variety geographically from Anjou to the Irish Sea region. participants, from France and Germany in addition to from Britain, eire and the U.S., are BERNARD S. BACHRACH, RICHARD BARBER, JULIA BARROW, CLARE DOWNHAM, VERONIQUE GAZEAU, JOHN GRASSI, ELISABETH VAN HOUTS, JENNIFER PAXTON, NEIL STREVETT, NEIL WRIGHT.

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That he should have bidden the Barons give up their lands and lordships in Normandy if they would be English lords. Kipling’s theme is the forging of Englishness, looking to a day ‘when there will be neither Norman nor Saxon, but all English’, and when the lords of the land, like de Aquila, will ‘think for England’. He sees Normandy as a blight on English affairs, and the Normans only as a building block for the future greatness of their new home. ‘The Tree of Justice’ similarly treats of reconciliation between Norman and Saxon, but at the highest level.

Modern philologists would probably argue the reverse: our terms of abuse are generally Anglo-Saxon. My next and final author brings us just into the twentieth century; he too depends on a legendary history, the Vita Haroldi, and his tale concludes two of the shrewdest books on England’s past that have ever been written, whatever their faults, and whatever the faults of excessive patriotism too often – and unjustly – imputed to its writer. I mean, of course, Rudyard Kipling’s Rewards and Fairies, and the tale entitled ‘The Tree of Justice’.

Bachrach, Warfare and Military Organization in Pre-Crusade Europe, London 2002, with the same pagination. D. , Minneapolis, MN, 1975). 3 Emily Albu [Hanawalt], ‘Dudo of Saint-Quentin: The Heroic Past Imagined’, HSJ 6, 1994, 113, correctly observes that this negative view by modern scholars is encouraged by the fact that Dudo ‘apparently had access to archival materials and to the duke’s own memories and family records’ but chose rather to write a ‘Vergilian’ epic of no historical value in tracing the political narrative of the Norman rulers.

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