1 edition of Medieval fantasy as performance found in the catalog.
Medieval fantasy as performance
Michael A. Cramer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Michael A. Cramer|
|LC Classifications||D117 .C74 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|ISBN 10||9780810869950, 9780810869967|
|LC Control Number||2009032089|
Almost all medieval fantasy novels draw their stories from settings and events that are historical. Most fantasy novels use the backdrop of medieval Europe or Britain. You would need to move to a later historical period if you wanted to use the US or other newer countries like Australia or Canada. I'm looking for books that would generally fit in the borders of genre fantasy but set in an obvious analog to the Roman Republic/Empire instead of an obvious analog to medieval Britain, France, or Germany. Some limitations: I'm not looking for historical fiction, i.e. books actually set in the Roman period. Also, an analog to the Roman.
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Michael Cramer's Medieval Fantasy as Performance is a fascinating study of the Society for Creative Anachronism and its fabrication of a conception of the Middle Ages that serves the purposes of recreational medievalism. This is one of the most insightful books on modern role-playing and re-enactment that I know of, and certainly the most /5(2).
In this book, Michael Cramer views the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an organization that studies and recreates the middle ages, as a case study for a growing fascination with medieval fantasy in popular culture/5. In this book, Michael Cramer views the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an organization that studies and recreates the middle ages, as a case study for a growing fascination with medieval fantasy in popular culture.
He explores the act of medieval re-creation as performance by focusing on the SCA, describing the group's activities, investigating its place in popular culture, and looking. Popular Medieval Fantasy Books. Medieval Fantasy as Performance in an interesting look into a modern historical club that seems unique in it's blending of history, historical myth, and modern fantasy.
The club is somewhere in the vast grey area between a living history club (where accuracy is Medieval fantasy as performance book and LARP (live action role play, where participants act out their /5.
Spanning roughly – CE, the medieval era, or Middles Ages, abounds in intriguing customs, lifestyles, and legends. I liked escaping my ordinary world to explore castles, embark on quests, and save princes from evil fairy queens.
If you’d like to set off on a medieval fantasy adventure, perhaps one of these books will become your. Liu’s fantasy series is based on the Han Dynasty, which was the period right before the medieval era.
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Many medieval fantasy novels, from George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire to J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, draw on real historical events and may use a known medieval battle, such as The War of the Roses, or a location in medieval times to act as the stage or setting for your : 80K.
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One particularly widespread tendency is for fantasy writers to set their stories within the same kind of world: a medieval European-style society, usually governed by a monarchy. Get this from a library. Medieval fantasy as performance: the Society for Creative Anachronism and the current Middle Ages.
[Michael A Cramer] -- This book examines the act of medieval re-creation as performance by focusing on the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA).
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A medieval fantasy is one with a setting strongly inspired by medieval society, or set during the medieval period. These stories often draw heavily on myths and legends from this period of history.
Arthurian fantasy is a subset of medieval fantasy that focusses on the legend of King Arthur or its elements, involving characters like Merlin. Looking for a medieval fantasy book/series. Close.
1. Posted by 2 years ago. Archived. Looking for a medieval fantasy book/series. Does anyone know of any medieval fantasy books like A Song Of Ice And Fire or like the movie King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, preferably more like the latter?
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