PEARL, PENITENCE, AND THE RECOVERY OF THE SELF by GREGORY LEE ROPER

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In: The Chaucer Review v.28 #2 (1993) : 164-186.

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of PEARL, PENITENCE, AND THE RECOVERY OF THE SELF GREGORY LEE ROPER | Open Library. Gregory Roper, Ph.D. has interests in Middle English literature, rhetoric and composition, literary theory, and pedagogy.

He has published essays on Medieval penitential manuals and their influence on late Medieval literature, on the Canterbury Tales, and on teaching survey courses and literary theory.

Aers Spec. 68 93 The self mourning: reflections on Pearl G. Roper ChauR 28 93 Pearl, penitence & recovery of self Sandra Prior, Pearl-poet revisited Twayne 94 J. Rhodes SAC 16 94 Dreamer redeemed in Pearl J. Bowers SAC 17 95 Pearl in its Ricardian context J.

Bowers Exemplaria 7 95 Politics of Pearl. He has recently AND THE RECOVERY OF THE SELF book a book using ancient and medieval notions of imitation to help students write better "Dropping the Personae and Reforming the Self: The Parson's Tale and the End of The Canterbury Tales." "Pearl, Penitence, and the Recovery of the Self." Chaucer Review 28 (): Poems.

Gregory Roper, “Pearl, Penitence, and the Recovery of the Self,” Chaucer Review 28 (): –86; Sarah Stanbury, “Th e Body and the City in Pearl,” Representations 48 (): 30–47; and Eugene Vance, “Pearl: Love and the Poetics of.

Gregory Roper, “Pearl, Penitence, and the Recovery of the Self,” Chaucer Review 28 (): –86, argues that “Pearl is a poem centrally concerned with reshaping the self” ().

Nicholas Watson, “Th e Gawain-Poet as a Vernacular Th eologian,” in Derek Brewer and Jonathan Gibson, eds. Abstract. In this chapter I will discuss three poems out of the Pearl manuscript: Pearl, Patience, and Cleanness.I chose to discuss these three in particular 1 for their similar characteristics in theme and style as all three seem outwardly religious and inherently orthodox.

Patience and Cleanness, as I will approach them, both serve as kinds of supplementary guides to the Author: Natanela Elias. The Pearl Essays (Examples) Her penitence AND THE RECOVERY OF THE SELF book unfinished because her sin and its punishment were never a matter of the actions of an isolated individual.

Her return signals her recognition of the deep interdependence between her self understanding and Puritan Boston" (Taylor ). Gregory Roper, "Pearl, Penitence, and the Recovery of the Self," Chaucer Review 28 (): ­86, argues that "Pearl is a poem centrally concerned with reshaping the self " ().

Nicholas Watson, "The Gawain-Poet as a Vernacular Theologian," in Derek Brewer and Jonathan Gibson, eds.,Author: Owen, Corey. Ruby felt betrayed, dusgusted by your action.

She really cared about you, Amethyst. But unfortunately, unlike me, she only saw you shattering Pearl that night. Things could only go downhill from there. When Garnet got inside the temple with Steven, she felt something she hadn't in a really long time.

She felt self-hatred. Abstract. As an illustrated text, the alliterative dream vision Pearl gestures toward its status as an artifact of ink and vellum in a manner somewhat different from the texts we have examined until now.

1 Its inscribed characters on the page become part of the visual and material identity that the illustrated manuscript emphasizes.

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There is, in this attitude, a paradoxical mixture of penitence and self-satisfaction, of humility and pride. There is also a deliberate disregard of, or indifference to, doctrine, and inability to think out consistently the doctrinal implications of this "isolationist" attitude.

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