Positive emotion in the thirteenth century: The emotional world of Goswin of Bossut

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Carpenter, Jennifer. (2015) Positive emotion in the thirteenth century: The emotional world of Goswin of Bossut. In In M. Champion and A. Lynch (Ed.). Understanding emotions in early Europe pp. 171 - 190 Brepols.
AuthorsCarpenter, Jennifer
EditorsM. Champion and A. Lynch
Abstract

This study considers the distinctive emotional world evoked by Goswin of Bossut, cantor of the Cistercian monastery of Villers, in three saints’ lives he composed in the 1230s.

Page range171 - 190
Year2015
Book titleUnderstanding emotions in early Europe
PublisherBrepols
Place of publicationBelgium
ISBN9782503552644
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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