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Van den vos Reynaerde has it all: deception, conflict, sarcasm, violence, homosexual innuendo, parody, and black humor. Our hero in this epic is Reynaert, a wily fox. This particular edition is very good. The introduction tells about the various Reynaert stories across Europe, and much more; the text itself seems to have the perfect amount of footnotes to make dictionary use unnecessary, unless you want to know more about the etymology of a word.

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In Van den vos Reynaerde wordt een hofdag van Koning Nobel beschreven. Verschillende dieren doen hun beklag over de schurkenstreken van Reynaert, en Koning Nobel besluit de vos voor het Hof te dagen. Reynaert probeert al het mogelijke om toch maar niet schuldig bevonden te worden voor zijn misdaden, maar Koning Nobel en. Reynaert probeert al het mogelijke om toch maar niet schuldig bevonden te worden voor zijn misdaden, maar Koning Nobel en de zijnen blijven bij hun besluit. Uiteindelijk, wanneer Reynaert alleen met de koning en koningin is, komt hij met zijn beste list Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Van den vos Reynaerde by Unknown. Van den vos Reynaerde by Unknown ,. Willem die Madocke maecte. Francis Lulofs Editor. Norbert Voorwinden Editor. Reynaert probeert al het mogelijke om toch maar niet schuldig bevonden te worden voor zijn misdaden, maar Koning Nobel en In Van den vos Reynaerde wordt een hofdag van Koning Nobel beschreven.

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To ask other readers questions about Van den vos Reynaerde , please sign up. If your legal name is not Reynard, I recommend that you change the name of the author. Here is a question mark? See 1 question about Van den vos Reynaerde…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Van den vos Reynaerde. I was expecting a typical folk tale, but instead I got Reynard the Fox, a worthy rival to Machiavelli.

From criminal to king, he makes Robin Hood look like an idiot. Imagine you have the chance to read a story that was such a cultural touchstone nearly everyone who could read had read it. A story that was once so popular that it integrated itself into the very essence of language. I chose to verify thi Imagine you have the chance to read a story that was such a cultural touchstone nearly everyone who could read had read it. I chose to verify this fact independently because, although it was presented to me in a footnote—the socially agreed-upon signal that it comes from the author and not the narrator, who may be unreliable—it is exactly the type of thing Reynard the fox would fabricate.

To inflate his own importance. The simple answer to why this is a delight to read revolves around the fact that all the other creatures he menaces earn their mistreatment through greed or cruelty or malice; there is no redemption here, only corruption. It condemns the royal court whole cloth; the only way to get ahead is to play the game better than your adversary, turning the whole institution a nest of vipers that grows ever better a tearing down their fellows. I cannot For everyone. That boggles the mind.

Maybe if all bands became known as "beatles" that might analogize the massive impact these stories had on an entire culture. Can I get a ride? That can sink in for a minute. Okay, with a near-millennia in mind, consider that I often call the plot of Lord of the Rings stilted and old-fashioned. It is ponderous and it is only fiftyish years old; Reynard predates it by nearly eight hundred years and is paced so well that the pages fly past.

And the stories are still fun to read: Listen to the way in which the fox flatters the King and the Queen, and how he wins their goodwill and love.

Listen also how he blocks those who work for his death. Simply put, Reynard is great in and of itself, and breathtaking to imagine the generations upon generations of humans that have already read and enjoyed these stories. With the incredibly accessible translation and short length, there is no reason not to be reading it right now.

That is a real miracle, and one that simply cannot be replaced. Who on earth made a cutesy kiddy cover for this thing? Reynard the Fox is literally a slasher, sociopath version of Robin Hood on crack cocaine. View 2 comments. This collection of stories evaluates the struggle between good and evil, right and wrong with hypocritical dark humor. Similar to Briar Rabbit and Aseop's Fables.

Aug 04, The goblin queen rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-stars , books-with-reviews. Darker than expected but still a good story. I remember a sometime ago a man who shall remain nameless who was running for political office was under criticism for not making his tax returns public.

In particular there was speculation that to avoid paying taxes he had shifted money into off-shore accounts. When one reporter asked him if taking advantage of tax loopholes was a sign a person was dishonest, he replied; "No, it is a sign that he is smart.

We are a I remember a sometime ago a man who shall remain nameless who was running for political office was under criticism for not making his tax returns public. We are a society of loophole grabbers and system gamers. Right and wrong matter less than what you can get away with, and if you think it's something new, well, here's proof it's been going on for as long as we've had rules to do end-runs around. Maybe this explains our current insanity - all the little grifters like the big grifter because his election somehow validates their grifty ways.

Anyway, that's what I took away from this book, which left me sadder and wiser. When I first started reading this book, I was expecting something more along the lines of a typical folk tale, where a flawed character gets its comeuppance at the hands of a lovable rogue. I was unprepared for the manipulative and bloodthirsty Reynard, who frequently enacted grevious harm on completely innocent animals. By the time I finished reading it, I realized that Reynard wasn't the hero, but was representative of the kind of person to watch out for in politics and in your daily life.

Thi When I first started reading this book, I was expecting something more along the lines of a typical folk tale, where a flawed character gets its comeuppance at the hands of a lovable rogue. This beautiful edition was lovingly translated and illustrated to bring this cultural phenomenon back into the lives of modern society.

Like a Disney cartoon directed by Sam Peckinpah. The plot is quite simple and all the characters are woodland animals, so the book definitely seems like it should be for children. But the satire on political power and the gullibility of those who have more greed that good sense is certainly geared toward a more adult readership; and the violent parts -- such as when a bear get his head stuck in a tree and ends up tearing all of the skin off of it while pulling it out, or when a wolf is beaten so badly that an eyeball comes out of its socket --, I have no idea whom those are for.

In the end, it was a quick read, and I give the translator a lot of credit: the style of writing had a certain unusual tone to it, which both emphasized the unfamiliar aspect of the work to me, and made the act of reading it a very unique-feeling experience.

And while it was frustrating to see these animals fall victim to the fox's lies over and over again a circumstance which also diminished any narrative suspense that might otherwise have existed , Reynard the Fox was still a pleasure to read and I'm glad to have picked it up.

While everyone else focuses on the content in their comments, I want to take a moment to talk about James Simpson's translation. It's positively delightful. Reynard is supposed to be funny. The original audience laughed out loud when they read these tales, or heard them told. James Simpson smartly emphasizes humor in this translation, and in doing so, stays truer to the spirit of these tales than other translations that are driven by linguistic purism.

Is this book all it's cracked up to be? Probably not. Is it an interestingly different book in a surprisingly readable translation? Hell yeah. It's also shelf candy for enthusiasts of Medieval literature

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In Van den vos Reynaerde wordt een hofdag van Koning Nobel beschreven. Verschillende dieren doen hun beklag over de schurkenstreken van Reynaert, en Koning Nobel besluit de vos voor het Hof te dagen. Reynaert probeert al het mogelijke om toch maar niet schuldig bevonden te worden voor zijn misdaden, maar Koning Nobel en. Reynaert probeert al het mogelijke om toch maar niet schuldig bevonden te worden voor zijn misdaden, maar Koning Nobel en de zijnen blijven bij hun besluit. Uiteindelijk, wanneer Reynaert alleen met de koning en koningin is, komt hij met zijn beste list Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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