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Bouchard's "Strong of Body-Brave & Noble"
A review of Bouchard's "Strong of Body, Brave & Noble: Chivalry & Society in Medieval France".
# 129803 | 750 words | 1 source | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in History (European) , Literature (French)


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The paper examines Bouchard's "Strong of Body, Brave & Noble: Chivalry & Society in Medieval France", and discusses the author's main thesis that traditional concepts of what constituted nobility in the medieval era were often misconstrued, and that to fully understand the concept of nobility of the period, one must understand more accurately the actual society of the period. The paper explains that her intent is to rewrite the traditional concept of nobility by reinvigorating the modern reader's pre-conceptions of the period.

From the Paper:

"In Bouchard's "Strong of Body, Brave & Noble: Chivalry & Society in Medieval France", the author's main thesis is that traditional concepts of what constituted nobility in the medieval era were often misconstrued and that to fully understand the concept of nobility of the period, one must understand more accurately the actual society of the period. Her intent is to rewrite the traditional concept of nobility by reinvigorating the modern reader's pre-conceptions of the period."

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Bouchard's "Strong of Body-Brave & Noble" (2006, December 01) Retrieved September 19, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/book-review/bouchard-strong-of-body-brave-noble-129803/

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