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A dream vision or visio is a literary device in which a dream or vision is recounted as having revealed knowledge or a truth that is not available to the dreamer or visionary in a normal waking state While dreams occur frequently throughout the history of literature, visionary literature as a genre began to flourish suddenly, and is especially characteristic in early medieval Europe1 In both its ancient and medieval form, the dream vision is often felt to be of divine origin The genre reemerged in the era of Romanticism, when dreams were regarded as creative gateways to imaginative possibilities beyond rational calculation2

This genre typically follows a structure whereby a narrator recounts his experience of falling asleep, dreaming, and waking, and the story is often an allegory The dream, which forms the subject of the poem, is prompted by events in his waking life that are referred to early in the poem The ‘vision’ addresses these waking concerns through the possibilities of the imaginative landscapes offered by the dream-state In the course of the dream, the narrator, often with the aid of a guide, is offered perspectives that provide potential resolutions to his waking concerns The poem concludes with the narrator waking, determined to record the dream – thus producing the poem The dream-vision convention was widely used in European literature from late Latin times until the 15th century

Contents

  • 1 Authors and works
    • 11 Latin
      • 111 Ancient Roman
      • 112 Medieval Latin
    • 12 French
    • 13 Irish
    • 14 Italian
    • 15 Old English
    • 16 Middle English
    • 17 Modern English
    • 18 Welsh
  • 2 References

Authors and worksedit

Latinedit

Ancient Romanedit

Cicero
  • Augustine of Hippo, Soliloquia
  • Boethius, De consolatione philosophiae
  • Cicero, Dream of Scipio
  • Macrobius, Commentary on Cicero's Dream of Scipio

Medieval Latinedit

  • Alain de Lille, De planctu naturae
  • Brother Marcus, Visio Tnugdali "The Vision of Tundale"

Frenchedit

Guillaume de Lorris
  • Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun, Roman de la rose, also translated into Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Marie de France, The Legend of the Purgatory of St Patrick
  • Le Chemin de Povreté et de Richesse, a 14th-century dream poem incorporated in Le Ménagier de Paris
  • Le Chemin de long estude, by Christine de Pizan

Irishedit

  • The aisling is a genre of dream poetry in Irish literature

Italianedit

  • Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy depicts the conventions of dream-vision literature, though Dante specifically says that his vision is not a dream

Old Englishedit

  • Bede, Vision of Drycthelm
  • Anonymous, The Dream of the Rood – the guide in Dream of the Rood is the Cross on which Christ was crucified

Middle Englishedit

Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Geoffrey Chaucer, Legend of Good Women, House of Fame, Book of the Duchess, Parliament of Fowls – The Parliament of Fowls features a dream vision in which the narrator falls asleep while reading the Dream of Scipio and is ushered into a walled garden He is chaperoned in the dream briefly by Scipio the Elder himself
  • William Langland, Piers Plowman or Visio Willelmi de Petro Ploughman William's Vision of Piers Plowman is an apocalyptic Middle English allegorical narrative attributed to William Langland, one of the great works of English literature It is written in unrhymed alliterative verse divided into sections called passus Latin for "step"
  • Sir John Clanvowe, The Cuckoo and the Nightingale
  • Anonymous, Parlement of the Thre sic Ages
  • Anonymous, Wynnere and Wastoure
  • Pearl Poet, Pearl
  • The Vision of Tundale, a translation from the Latin Visio Tnugdali
  • John Lydgate, The Temple of Glass

Modern Englishedit

  • John Bunyan, The Pilgrim's Progress
  • William Morris, News from Nowhere, A Dream of John Ball
  • The Eagles, "Hotel California"
  • CS Lewis, "The Great Divorce" tells of a dream vision in which the author joins a group of the damned on a vacation bus trip to heaven, where they encounter various figures from their own pasts who try to entreat them to come and join the company of those in heaven

Welshedit

  • Anonymous, The Dream of Rhonabwy, possibly a satire on the medieval dream vision
  • Anonymous, The Dream of Macsen Wledig

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Ananya Jahanara Kabir, Paradise, Death and Doomsday in Anglo-Saxon Literature Cambridge University Press, 2001, 2004, p 78
  2. ^ Christine Kenyon, Jones, "Dreams and Dreaming," in Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850 Taylor & Francis, 2004, vol 1, pp 293–294; Douglas B Wilson, The Romantic Dream: Wordsworth and the Poetics of the Unconscious University of Nebraska Press, 1993, p 11

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