"Li Chevaliers as deus espees" is a verse poem in the Arthurian tradition, a genre popular in the Middle Ages, whose themes have been widely used in western European literature. The poem has received little attention despite its detailed development of character, of gender roles and their chivalric context, and of contemporary customs. This edition updates the German 1877 edition of Wendelin Foerster.
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"Professor Ivey makes this edition available to a wider readership - an initiative which will be widely welcomed in France as well as in English-speaking scholarly circles. Readers will now be able to appreciate for themselves the ways in which the different threads are made to cross and re-cross, in conformity with what is a prearranged structure of narrative coincidences and interdependencies..." - Professor Jane H.M. Taylor Collingwood College of Durham University"
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Book Description Edwin Mellen Pr, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0773457631