The New Medievalism
Marina Scordilis Brownlee, Kevin Brownlee, Stephen G. Nichols
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991 - 330
"This is a substantial and readable volume, and it is supplied with a rich array of documentation in the notes and bibliography. It deals with a question of critical importance for current research on medieval 'literature': namely, the relationship between this literature and us... This is an important collection, and one may congratulate the editors of their ambitious undertaking."--Paul Zumthor, Speculum.
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