Hawking Women: Falconry, Gender, and Control in Medieval Literary Culture
Subjects (LCSH):Falconry in literature
Women in literature
Literature, Medieval -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Keywords:Literary Criticism / Medieval
Literary Criticism / Subjects & Themes / Women
Literary Criticism / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Literary Criticism / European / French
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:Interventions: New Studies in Medieval Culture
Introduction: Falconry culture as reading practice -- Control: Aesthetics of training in Frederick II's De arte venandi cum avibus -- Release: Sexual dimorphism as poetic form in the Sonnet "Tapina in me" -- Enclosure: Reading Marie de France's Yonec through the Harley 978 Hawking Treatise -- Seeling: Sir Orfeo's Heurodis and memory training in the Auchinleck Lay -- Mewing: Molting the literary trope of the changeable woman in adultery narratives -- Conclusion: Healing: Squire's Tale, metonymy, and female falconers.
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