By L. E. Modesitt Jr.
The hard-won battles fought in Imager's Battalion have earned Quaeryt a promoting to commander, in addition to an task to convince the Pharsi excessive Council within the country of Khel to undergo Lord Bhayar's rule, that's key to Bhayar's ambition to unite all of Solidar. Joined by means of his pregnant spouse Vaelora, who's additionally Bhayar's sister, Quaeryt leads a military and a handful of imagers deeper into the adverse lands as soon as held through the tyrannical Rex Kharst, dealing with stiff-necked excessive Holders, assaults by means of land and sea—including airborne hearth introduced by way of adversarial imagers from the land of Antiago—and a mysterious order of strong ladies who appear to realize the nice future that awaits Quareyt and Vaelora, in addition to the price of attaining it.
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87 Mary-Lafon’s translation, along with the one he imagines, witness the agency of language in colonial ambition. 88 Mary-Lafon’s own resistance to the ideology of French unity, born of partisanship for the enduring autonomy of regional cultures that predate the Frankish invasion of Gaul,89 draws his expansionist rhetoric within an especially complex logic of internal and external colonial legacies. 90 This myth fosters potentially damaging colonial amnesia. 91 Post-philology, thus, addresses the ideological values of the products of nineteenthcentury philology, even when, or perhaps especially when, they are not “reliable” in current philological terms.
Dans ce fait si étrangement remarquable, du Fierabras de la légende s’agenouillant aux pieds de Charlemaagne et de l’Abd-el-Kader de l’histoire s’agenouillant devant Napoléon, n’y a-t-il pas de quoi frapper des imaginations moins impressionnables que celles des Arabes? . Why wouldn’t we show in this chivalric epic the great figure of Charlemagne to the Arabs of Africa, whose hearts would leap with joy at the narrative of the great blows given by Fierabras, and who would probably see, with their fatalist belief, a premature decree of POST-PHILOLOGY 33 God and the finger of Allah in the submission and baptism of the most brilliant of their heros?
61 If philology is the discipline that expertly produces meta-narratives about language, then post-philology tries to tell linguistic histories without assuming the coherence of language systems and with attention to hybrid rather than normative processes. Suzanne Fleischman argued, for example, that descriptions of Old French are often grammatical fictions that respond to modern concepts of usage rather than to historical data. She points out that Gaston Paris regularized noun cases in editing texts—texts subsequently used as illustrations in historical grammars.