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Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the popular cycle in Northwest European literature. While the character of Reynard appears in later works, the core stories were written during the Middle Ages by multiple authors and are often seen as parodies of medieval literature such as courtly love stories and chansons de geste, as well as a satire of political and religious institutions. Defaced Reynard preaches to a rooster. Manuscript Library University of Pennsylvania Ms.

The main characters are anthropomorphic animals. The given names of the animals are Old High German in origin, most of them were in common use as personal names in medieval Lorraine. The given name Reynard is from Reginhard, Raginohardus « strong in counsel ». The figure of Reynard is thought to have originated in Lorraine folklore from where it spread to France, the Low Countries, and Germany. Reynard appears first in the medieval Latin poem Ysengrimus, a long Latin mock-epic written c.

1153 by the poet Nivardus in Ghent, that collects a great store of Reynard’s adventures. Roman de Renart appears in 1174, written by Pierre de St. Cloud, although in all French editions it is designated as « Branch II ». Maint autre conte par la terre. That many tellers have told to you. Madocke or Madoc is thought to be another one of Willem’s works that at one point existed but was lost. The Nun’s Priest’s Tale », Reynard appears as « Rossel » and an ass as « Brunel ».

In 1481 William Caxton printed The Historie of Reynart the Foxe, which was translated from Van den vos Reynaerde. Reinecke Fuchs by Goethe is a poem in hexameters, in twelve parts, written 1793 and first published 1794. In Friedrich Nietzsche’s The Twilight of the Idols, Nietzsche uses Reynard the Fox as an example of a dialectician. German artist Johann Heinrich Ramberg made a series of 30 drawings which he also etched and published in 1825. Renert , was published in 1872 by Michel Rodange, a Luxembourgeois author.

An epic satirical work—adapted from the 1858 Cotta Edition of Goethe’s fox epic Reineke Fuchs to a setting in Luxembourg— it is known for its insightful analysis of the unique characteristics of the people of Luxembourg, using regional and sub-regional dialects to depict the fox and his companions. Reynard the Fox makes a short but significant appearance at the end of The Magician King, when he is accidentally summoned. Reynard, a genetically modified part-fox, is a major character in John Crowley’s novel Beasts. Reynard, in a variety of lives and names often containing « Guy, » « Fox, » « Fawkes, » and « Reynard, » is one of the leading characters in the Book of All Hours Duology by Hal Duncan, and is stated to be every incarnation of the trickster throughout the multiverse. A human version of the character appears in David R. A version of the character appears in Laurence Yep’s A Dragon’s Guide series as a shapeshifting, computer-hacking ally of the dragon Ms. Semitic children’s story, written by the Dutch-Belgian Robert van Genechten, and named after the Middle Dutch poem.

Van den vos Reynaerde was also produced as a cartoon film by Nederlandfilm in 1943, mostly financed with German money. Initially, Walt Disney Animation Studios considered a movie about Reynard. The TV show The Magicians includes a character based on Reynard. In this version, he is a violent pagan trickster god accidentally summoned by a group of hedge witches.

He ends up killing most of the summoners and taking over the body of their leader. Renard is a one-act chamber opera-ballet by Igor Stravinsky, written in 1916, with text by the composer based on Russian folk tales from the collection by Alexander Afanasyev. Andy Irvine recorded the traditional Irish song « Reynard The Fox » with Sweeney’s Men on their 1968 debut album Sweeney’s Men. 1982 album Out of the Cut. Julian Cope wrote a song called « Reynard the Fox » which he recorded on his 1984 album Fried. Martin Carthy on their 1986 album See How It Runs. Country Teasers wrote a song called « Reynard the Fox », which appears on the 1999 album Destroy All Human Life.

Dutch modern artist Leonard van Munster made an installation titled « The surrender of Reynard the Fox ». Reynard is portrayed as a character in Gunnerkrigg Court as Reynardine, a fox demon who can possess « anything with eyes », including living beings and, in his current form, a plush wolf toy. Gunnerkrigg Court also has Ysengrin, an Ysengrim analog, as well as Coyote. Reynard is portrayed as a character in Fables, as a smart and cunning fox who is loyal to Snow White and Fabletown, despite being one of the Fables segregated to the upstate New York « Farm » due to his non-human appearance. The French comic De cape et de crocs takes place in an alternative 17th century where anthropomorphic animals live among humans. An Etymological Dictionary of Modern English. Holy Terrors: Gargoyles on Medieval Buildings.