“To a Californian today, much of what Starr chronicles is unrecognizable.”
“I guess he did not read Lloyd Alexander's Prydain chronicles when he was younger.”
“Chinese scholars listed the loyalty of Nanzhao to Tang China as the critical reason, if not the only reason, for Tang China's support,50 but Nanzhao's contacts with Tubo were frequently recorded in the Tibetan chronicles from the late seventh century onward. 51 Clearly Nanzhao was playing games with the two powerful neighbors; it managed to please both of them, winning Tang China's support and Tubo's non-involvement in its unification project.”
“The Sarah Palin chronicles: Killin 'for a drillin”
“The Caraguin chronicles the failed love affair between Amy, a British planter's daughter, and Guzman, a Venezuelan revolutionary. close window”
“However, most of it consists of brief references in chronicles or council decisions, and it is not extensive enough for analysis.”
“Note 91: The close affiliations, here as elsewhere, between "literary" and "historical" sources (vernacular ballads or miracles and Latin chronicles) serve to remind us that such typologies of written sources, especially with regard to religious writings, are largely irrelevant and false distinctions. back”
“Differences of opinion are common enough in chronicles of the period, but these events seem to resist any coherent narrative.”
“It is not my fault if my twenties were spent reading lots of variants of the Prose Tristan and pulling time sequences to pieces in Old French chronicles and drooling over the gore in the Mez cycle of epic legends.”
“The first we call chronicles, the second lives, and the third narrations or relations.”
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