History Literature / TheNameOfTheRose

7th Nov '17 11:51:03 AM fgenzo159
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%%* OminousLatinChanting

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%%* OminousLatinChanting* OminousLatinChanting: In the movie, at least. As expected in an abbey, it happens four times in-universe:
** After the first night, ''Urbs Jerusalem beata'':
-->Urbs Jerusalem beata
-->Dicta pacis visio
-->Quæ construitur in caelis
-->Vivis ex lapidibus
-->(x2)
-->Et angelis coronata
-->Ut sponsata comite
**When Berengar is missing, ''Laudate Dominum'':
-->Laudate Dominum, omnes gentes
-->Laudate eum, omnes populi
-->Et veritas Domini, manet in aeternum
-->Gloria Patri et Filio et Spiritui Sancto
-->Sicut erat in principio, et nunc, et semper
**When Malachia comes back from the library in the middle of the chanting, ''In Manus Tuas Domine'':
-->Redemisti nos, Domine Deus veritatis
-->Commendo spiritum meum
-->Gloria Patri et Filio et Spiritui Sancto
-->In Manus Tuas, Domine
-->Commendo spiritum meum
** On the way to the burning of Salvatore and the alleged witch, Ominous Greek Chanting with ''Kyrie/Christe, eleison''.
22nd Sep '17 12:54:09 PM VicGeorge2011
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** Which is, however, a direct quotation of the Canticles / Song of Songs / Song of Solomon, the Sixth Chapter, the tenth verse. Here-endeth-the-Lesson.

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** Which is, however, a direct quotation of the [[Literature/SongOfSongs Canticles / Song of Songs / Song of Solomon, Solomon]], the Sixth Chapter, the tenth verse. Here-endeth-the-Lesson.
25th Aug '17 4:28:59 PM NightShade96
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* DeadlyBook: The novel revolves around a book that apparently contains ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow; anybody who reads it dies horribly shortly afterward. [[spoiler:It turns out that there's nothing mystical about the book itself, but someone has treated its pages with poison to kill off anyone who reads it and prevent its contents getting about.]]
18th Aug '17 3:48:50 PM fgenzo159
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* OminousLatinChanting: In the movie, a scene where Adso believes in his singing, while William not so much. The singing is interrupted by people finding about the [[spoiler:murder of the Greek translator.]]
-->'''Monks''' (chanting)://
''Urbs Jerusalem beata\\
Dicta pacis visio\\
Quae construitur in coelis\\
Vivis ex lapidus\\
Et Angelica coronata...''\\
-->'''Italian man''': Una calamita!

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* OminousLatinChanting: In the movie, a scene where Adso believes in his singing, while William not so much. The singing is interrupted by people finding about the [[spoiler:murder of the Greek translator.]]
-->'''Monks''' (chanting)://
''Urbs Jerusalem beata\\
Dicta pacis visio\\
Quae construitur in coelis\\
Vivis ex lapidus\\
Et Angelica coronata...''\\
-->'''Italian man''': Una calamita!
%%* OminousLatinChanting
18th Aug '17 3:47:34 PM fgenzo159
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-->'''Monks''' (chanting):\\

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-->'''Monks''' (chanting):\\ (chanting)://



Et Angelica coronata...''

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Et Angelica coronata...'' ''\\
18th Aug '17 3:46:15 PM fgenzo159
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%%* OminousLatinChanting: Goes with the territory.

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%%* * OminousLatinChanting: Goes with In the territory.movie, a scene where Adso believes in his singing, while William not so much. The singing is interrupted by people finding about the [[spoiler:murder of the Greek translator.]]
-->'''Monks''' (chanting):\\
''Urbs Jerusalem beata\\
Dicta pacis visio\\
Quae construitur in coelis\\
Vivis ex lapidus\\
Et Angelica coronata...''
-->'''Italian man''': Una calamita!
15th Jul '17 4:33:32 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AuthorAppeal: InUNiverse, Adso mentions his love of TheLongList (and it shows throughout the book).

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* AuthorAppeal: InUNiverse, InUniverse, Adso mentions his love of TheLongList (and it shows throughout the book).
4th Jul '17 8:03:56 AM TimberRidge
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** Which is, however, a direct quotation of the Canticles / Song of Songs / Song of Solomon, the Sixth Chapter, the tenth verse. Here-endeth-the-Lesson.
4th Jul '17 4:56:56 AM Chabal2
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* BlindWithoutEm: Downplayed: While William can see perfectly well without his spectacles, he is unable to read small text without them. This costs him precious time that results in ever more murders.
4th Jul '17 4:55:15 AM Chabal2
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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: Religious wars declared over whether or not the clergy should be poor, homosexuality being a crime punishable by death, treating other religions (and diferent subsets of the same religion) with unmasked contempt... Welcome to medieval Europe.



* EekAMouse: The monks laugh when Berenger does the 'jump on on the chair' version.

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* EekAMouse: The monks laugh when Berenger does the 'jump on up on the chair' version.


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* EveryManHasHisPrice: Bence of Upsalla is eager to help William with his investigation... until Malachy makes him the new assistant librarian. His ambition fulfilled, he refuses to help any further.


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* InMyLanguageThatSoundsLike: Adso recounts explaining to a German noble that Italians go through the forest with pigs looking for "tartufo" (truffles), which they dig up and eat. The German heard the keyword as "der Teufel" (the Devil) and gave Adso a very strange look after crossing himself. They both had a good laugh about it afterwards.


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* NotMyProblem: Another monk is murdered ''after'' Bernard Gui tortures a false confession out of Remigio. He declares that it's not his job to keep order in the monastery and he already did what he came here to do.


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* SexyPriest: The girl throws herself at Adso muttering a language he only partly understands, but the gist is "You are young, and handsome" (given that she had to sleep with two remarkably old and/or ugly monks for sustenance). Adso also mentions receiving love letters from an older monk.
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