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Marronage, yet another keyword in Glissant, becomes in Roberts's verses a means to theorize a poetics of errantry.
knowledge about the tales of knight errantry, and Sanchos understanding
The larger picture, in all of its errantry, links Three-Fingered Kate and the actress who played her; the house-slave, Maillotte Boyd; the brown girl in a ring; southern U.
8) Grandison's knight errantry is a continuation of the novel's didacticism: he only rescues the unfortunate from excessive retribution.
Defeated in a joust and compelled to forswear knight errantry, Quixote returns home.
of his acquaintance in disguise, Don Quixote, tired and disillusioned, returns to La Mancha and, shortly before his death, renounces books of knight - errantry.
At the end of part one, when the pair returns home, Sancho reveals in conversation with his wife, in which he speaks of "senorias, insulas y vasallos," that he has been bitten by the bug of knight errantry and enjoys the life he has adopted as Don Quijotes squire, a life measured in episodic adventures.
Indeed, throughout his writings Glissant eloquently pleads for tactics of errantry and nomadology, which he deploys against the discourses of sameness.
I only devote myself to making the world understand its error in not restoring that happiest of times when the order of knight errantry was in flower" (345/464).
For a while now I've been working on love in several guises, struck by the sheer variety of ways in which different cultures in different times and places keep this space of rational immunity open and yet protected, by the uncanny errantry of its labor--the ways it conjures myths of domesticity and safety that can heighten its fragility--and by its lasting, singular bravado.
Although knight errantry is there ridiculed, the novel nevertheless shows what were the necessary attributes of knights.
Finally, "saint errantry," although not of Sterne's coining, was one of his favorite phrases (it appears m two other sermons, and an early political piece--see Notes 70-71).