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Essay heading: "Si la logique du recit du Conte du Graal est etrange, c'est que Chretien l'a certainement voulu ainsi". Discuss
 
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He is negligent of conventions and refuses to take an interest in other people's states of mind. It would be just to state that a twelfth century audience would have been astonished with the presentation of Perceval as the person who is assumedly going to be the one to find ?the grail'. Accustomed to stories of chivalry and courtly love, a protagonist such as Perceval would have been astounding...
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He is negligent of conventions and refuses to take an interest in other people's states of mind. It would be just to state that a twelfth century audience would have been astonished with the presentation of Perceval as the person who is assumedly going to be the one to find ?the grail'. Accustomed to stories of chivalry and courtly love, a protagonist such as Perceval would have been astounding...
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"Si la logique du recit du Conte du Graal est etrange, c'est que Chretien l'a certainement voulu ainsi". Discuss   Discuss the legal liability of a citizen who believes a law to be immoral and refuses to obey it   How does Shakespeare present love and marriage in ?Much Ado About Nothing' and how might a modern audience respond to the presentation of these themes?   Twelfth Night: Two Faces, One Mind   How Well Did The English Exchequer Function In The Twelfth Century?   How funny do you find ?Waiting for Godot'? Explore the ways in which Beckett uses humour in the play and the likely impact that this would have on the audience.   There Should Be No Rich People In The World As Long As There Are Poor People? Discuss.   person and the mind   Case Briefing: State in the Interest of M.T.S.   Explore Shakespeare's presentation of the three great leaders: Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, through the changing fortunes of Acts III and IV. Explain how the balance of audience sympathy shifts   Consider the presentation of the mind of a murderer in "The Wasp Factory" and "The Silence of the Lambs".   Discuss Data Gathering and Presentation Skills of Consultants.   Interest Groups in the United States   Philosophy: Opening the Mind One Person at a Time   With detailed reference to chapter 7 discuss Bronte's presentation of Mr. Brocklehurst  
 
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