By David Thomas, Alexander Mallett
Christian-Muslim kin, a Bibliographical historical past four (CMR 4), masking the interval 1200-1350, is a constant quantity in a basic historical past of family among the 2 faiths from the 7th century to the current. It contains a chain of introductory essays and in addition the most physique of unique entries which deal with the entire works, surviving or misplaced, which have been recorded. those entries offer biographical information of the authors, descriptions and checks of the works themselves, and whole bills of manuscripts, variations, translations and stories. the results of collaboration among a variety of major students, CMR four besides the opposite volumes during this sequence is meant as a simple software for study in Christian-Muslim kin.
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45, 53. 16 Symes, A common stage, pp. 51-52. 17 Tolan, Saracens, p. 129. Sharon Kinoshita and Siobhain Bly Calkin 35 in local contexts in which the Islamic religion and Muslim peoples play remarkably little part. 18 Instead, what seem to have animated vernacular writers’ imaginations are narratives of Christian encounters with Muslims. As in Latin and French texts, Muslims are designated by the term ‘Saracen’, a term that conflates ethnic identification (usually ‘Turk’ or ‘Arab’) with religious identification (usually ‘Muslim’, but sometimes more generically ‘pagan’).
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Sinclair, ‘The chanson de geste’, in W. Burgwinkle, N. Hammond and E. Wilson (eds), The Cambridge history of French literature, Cambridge, 2011, pp. 28, 31 (emphases added). On the Saracen princess narrative, see S. Kay, The Chansons de geste in the age of Romance. Political fictions, Oxford, 1995, pp. 25-48. 12 Kay, The Chansons de geste in the age of Romance, pp. 177-78. This fluctuation occurs against the backdrop of a larger historical and cultural context in which identities were being reformulated and challenged (S.