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Renowned scholar of medieval literature, Lee Patterson,  presents a compelling vision of the shape and direction of Geoffrey Chaucer’s entire career in Chaucer and the Subject of History.
    Chaucer's interest in individuality was strikingly modern.  At the same time he was profoundly aware of the pressures on individuality exerted by the past and by society—by history.  This tension between the subject and history is Patterson's topic.  He begins by showing how Chaucer’s understanding of history as a subject for poetry—a world to be represented and a cultural force affecting human action—began to take shape in his poems on classical themes, especially in Troilus and Criseyde.  Patterson's extended analysis of this profound yet deeply conflicted exploration of the relationship between "history" and "the subject" provides the basis for understanding Chaucer's shift to his contemporary world in the Canterbury Tales.  There, in the shrewdest and most wide-ranging analysis of late medieval society we possess, Chaucer investigated not just the idea of history but the historical world intimately related to his own political and literary career.
    Patterson's chapters on individual tales clarify and confirm his provocative arguments.   He shows, for example, how the Knight's Tale represents the contemporary crisis of governance in terms of a crisis in chivalric identity itself; how the Miller’s Tale reflects the social pressures and rhetoric of peasant movements generally and the Rising of 1381 in particular; and how the tales of the Merchant and Shipman register the paradoxical placement of a bourgeois class lacking class identity.  And Patterson's brilliant readings of the Wife of Bath’s Tale—"the triumph of the subject"—and the Pardoner’s Tale —"the subject of confession"—reveal how Chaucer reworked traditional materials to accomplish stunning innovations that make visible unmistakably social meanings.  Chaucer and the Subject of History is a landmark book, one that will shape the way that Chaucer is read for years to come.

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By combining real-life and hypothetical cases with a succinct introduction to ethical theory, Media Ethics: Issues and Cases helps students prepare for the ethical situations they will encounter in the media professions. Driven by case studies, this text is an ideal choice as the main text in a media ethics course or as a supplemental text in any course in journalism.

The Pull List: SECRET WARS #9, MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #0, INJECTION #6, and THE VIOLENT #2

Some folks call Wednesday “Hump Day,” but we—the dedicated, the elite—know it by another name. It’s “New Freaking Comic Day. ” Surely, you brave Wednesday Warriors have already assembled a list of comics to purchase this week. But before you head to the shop, why don’t you arm yourself with a few recommendations and maybe try something new. For you big spenders out there, we also have a complete list of this week’s releases, and boy howdy there are a lot of books to get excited about. SECRET WARS #9 Written By : Jonathan Hickman. Art By : Esad Ribic. Explaining exactly what happened in Marvel’s big event Secret Wars is no easy task. This much is clear, however: Secret Wars is one hundred percent Jonathan Hickman. This final issue is his swan song to the Marvel Universe, a culmination of his years writing for the company and the stories he crafted for them over the years. It’s confusing and strange and very, very big—all of which is Hickman’s calling card. It was said that this issue would mark the end of one era of the Marvel Universe and start a new direction, but it doesn’t exactly feel that way. The story in Secret Wars neither begins nor ends. it just sort of exists, which is maybe exactly what Hickman was going for all along. Esad Ribic does some fine work here, handling the mayhem and universal disintegration with skill and precision. Even when you feel lost and confused by the story, Ribic keeps you hooked with his gorgeous artwork. If you are a fan of Hickman, especially of his run on Fantastic Four, this book is a must read. MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #0 Written By : Kyle Higgins. Art By : Hendry Prasetya. Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #0 is the first issue of BOOM. Studios new series, and it’s pretty damn good. While the Power Rangers have been floating around the comic book world for years, they have haven’t really received the big, monthly series format they really deserved. That’s all about to change as written Kyle Higgins and artist Hendry Prasetya jump head first into this updated version of everyone’s favorite color coordinated super team. This is a comic clearly written for fans of the original series, and that is a very good thing (for most of us, anyway). It’s the original Rangers, the original villains, and the look and feel of one of the mightiest TV series of all time. Source: Nerdist

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  • LSU students named to president's honor roll

    01/13/16 ,via The Advocate

    Austin Anthony Lala, Thomas Jose Lavastida, Mingyue Li, Caroline Grace Limbaugh, Jonathan Packard Lorio, Stefani Ariadni Maris, Scott Anthony Landry McDaniel, Zachary David Oliver, Tyler Matthew Parker, Scott Lee Patterson, Christopher Tyler Reed, 

  • Death penalty sought in 1980 double-murder of mother, teen

    01/12/16 ,via PennLive.com

    A son of Nancy Patterson was charged in the case and acquitted in 1981. The case then remained dormant until state police picked it up as a cold case in 2008, county prosecutors said. Defense attorney Dawn Cutaia said the fact that the case is 35 years

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  • Chaucer and the Subject of History

    Univ of Wisconsin Press. 1991. ISBN: 0299128342,9780299128340. 489 pages.

    Renowned scholar of medieval literature, Lee Patterson, presents a compelling vision of the shape and direction of Geoffrey Chaucer's entire career in Chaucer and the Subject of History. Chaucer's interest in individuality was strikingly modern. At the same time he was profoundly aware of the pressures on individuality exerted by the past and by society--by history. This tension between the subject and history is Patterson's topic. He begins by showing how Chaucer's understanding of history as a subject for poetry--a world to be represented and a cultural force affecting human action--began to take shape in his poems on classical themes, especially in Troilus and Criseyde. Patterson's extended analysis of this profound yet deeply conflicted exploration of the relationship between "history" and "the subject" provides the basis for understanding Chaucer's shift to his contemporary world in the Canterbury Tales. There, in the shrewdest and most wide-ranging analysis of late medieval society we possess, Chaucer investigated not just the idea of history but the historical world intimately related to his own political and literary career. Patterson's chapters on individual tales clarify and confirm his provocative arguments. He shows, for example, how the Knight's Tale represents the contemporary crisis of governance in terms of a crisis in chivalric identity itself; how the Miller's Tale reflects the social pressures and rhetoric of peasant movements generally and the Rising of 1381 in particular; and how the tales of the Merchant and Shipman register the paradoxical placement of a bourgeois class lacking class identity. And Patterson's brilliant readings of the Wife of Bath's Tale--"the triumph of the subject"--and the Pardoner's Tale --"the subject of confession"--reveal how Chaucer reworked traditional materials to accomplish stunning innovations that make visible unmistakably social meanings. Chaucer and the Subject of History is a landmark book, one that will shape the way that Chaucer is read for years to come.

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  • Dog Whistles and Hypocrisy: The GOP's Selective Birthers

    01/12/16 ,via The Huffington Post

    Maintenance man David Lee of Arvada, Colo., puts the finishing touches on a sign featuring drawings of President Barack Obama for a sales lot for pre-owned vehicles along Interstate 70 in the northwest Denver suburb of Wheat Ridge, Colo., on Friday ...

  • Everett Lee Gill Jr.

    01/12/16 ,via Blackshear Times

    Everett Lee Gill Jr., 60, of Offerman ... The family kindly requests that members of the Flash Foods Coffee Club and employees of Flash Foods in Patterson serve as honorary pallbearers. They are asked to meet at the chapel by 1:30 p.m. Thursday.

  • Seaman boys ride huge first quarter to top Emporia

    01/13/16 ,via Capital-Journal Online

    Braxtyn Stewart added 11 points for Emporia. “I was proud of how Taylor stepped up,” Lee said. “She was hungry. She wanted to win, and she helped the rest of the team step up.” Jaylynn Evans-Patterson recorded a double-double for Seaman (0-8 ...

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