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A collection of articles from the publication Medievalia et Humanistica which devotes itself specifically to medieval and Renaissance culture. Topics considered include The Knight's Tale, the Florentine Renaissance and the nobility of later medieval England.
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Paul Maurice Clogan is a professor of English at the University of North Texas.Review:
[Volumes 17 and 18] provide the reader with thirteen tightly written articles and review notices on thirty books, selected by an internationally known board of scholars and indefectibly edited by Paul Maurice Clogan. The display of information challenges our knowledge as historians, literary scholars, philosophers, and political scientists. . . . [W]e profit from critical assessments of new discoveries and interpretations on such diverse themes as the lives of saints, the role of English nobility, Florentine humanism, different genres of art...and the social position of women in medieval Europe, among other themes. (Sixteenth Century Journal)
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Book Description Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0847676587