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Representations of Women in the French Imaginary

Historicizing the Gallic Singularity

Jean Elisabeth Pedersen

related cultural pattern that she calls “the equal-not equal paradox,” the distinctive combination of “intertwined assumptions that women were as competent as men of their same rank but legally inferior to them.” Her analysis of Chrétien de Troyes

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Ground-Level Travel for a Non-Flying Baltic States Anthropologist from Northern Ireland

Gareth E. Hamilton

of modern languages), the etymology of the English word ‘travel’, borrowed from Old French traveillier, recalls the difficulties of travelling, and perhaps of medieval lays and quests such as Perceval's in search of the graal (Chrétien de Troyes