By Malek Chebel
De l. a. naissance du Prophète Mahomet à son ascension au ciel, treize récits pour découvrir l'islam. Les figures les plus célèbres, Abraham ou Abou Bakr, y côtoient des personnages de contes comme Sindbad le Marin et son géant farceur. Tous ces récits ont en commun leur message, un message de lumière...
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Bramimonde cannot be described in terms of this particular stock character because she is its prototype. Brault’s assumptions about Brami- 25 The Muslim Woman in Medieval Texts 02-T0336 10/1/2001 2:55 PM Page 26 26 Western Representations of the Muslim Woman monde demonstrate the retroactive fallacy described at the beginning of this chapter, interpreting the medieval character through the grid of later accretions in the representation of the Muslim woman. ” In a text predominantly inhabited by men, Bramimonde’s appearance does not stir up erotic desire in the way Aude’s, for example, does.
Her husband senses the not-so-subtle rebuke in her words: Charles would never ﬂee the battleﬁeld as Marsile did. ” dist Marsilies li reis. ” the king Marsilla says. ”) The dying king struggles to assert his presence from behind his overbearing wife. Finally, Bramimonde is so insensitive in attending, or not attending, to her wounded husband, that she seems to accelerate his death of grief—“de doel”—with her intense vocalization of despair. She is in the sickroom, but she is watching and reporting the result of Baligant’s ﬁght against Charles; when Marsile hears her shrieking the news of failure and shame, he gasps his last.
This character type, called a “wanton queen” in some romances, has great rank and power in her own country, but leaves it for a lower ranking, less powerful position as a Christian wife. Despite that, the lasting contribution, the collective impact, of these representations is the initial character of the termagant. Orderic’s story is this: the Frankish crusader Bohemond is captured by the Turkish Emir and imprisoned with other Frenchmen. The Emir’s daughter, Melaz, visits them in the dungeon, avidly discusses comparative religion, and befriends them.
13 contes du Coran et de l'Islam by Malek Chebel