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by Elizabeth Archibald,David F. Johnson

eBook Arthurian Literature XXVII download ISBN: 1843842580
Author: Elizabeth Archibald,David F. Johnson
Publisher: D.S.Brewer (November 18, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 212
ePub: 1973 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

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Arthurian Literature XXVI. ISBN-13: 978-1843842118.

David F. Johnson is Professor of English at Florida State University.

ISBN-13: 978-1843843627. David F. Series: Arthurian Literature (Book 30).

Arthurian Literature XXVII book. Elizabeth Archibald is Professor of English, University of Durhaml; Professor David F. Johnson teaches in the English Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee. Contributors: Aisling Byrne, Emma Campbell, . Field, Kenneth Hodges, Megan Leitch, Andrew Lynch, Sue Niebrzydowski, Karen Robinson. Professor Elizabeth Archibald teaches in the Department of English at the University of Bristol; Professor David F.

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Elizabeth Archibald, David F. Johnson. A wide range of Arthurian material is discussed here, reflecting its diversity, and enduring vitality. Geoffrey of Monmouth's best-selling Historia regum Britannie is discussed in the context of Geoffrey's reception in Wales and the relationship between Latin and Welsh literary culture.

Elizabeth Archibald is Professor of English Studies at Durham University, and Principal of St Cuthbert's Society; David F. Johnson is Professor of English at Florida State University, Tallahassee. Contributors: Christopher Berard, Louis J. Boyle, Thomas H. Crofts, Ralph Hanna, Georgia Lynn Henley, Erich Poppe.

Arthurian Literature XXVII. Series: Arthurian Literature. Book Description: The influence and significance of the legend of Arthur are fully demonstrated by the subject matter and time-span of articles here. The richness and interdisciplinarity of the Arthurian tradition are well represented by the essays collected here, which range from early Celtic texts to twentieth-century children's books, and include discussion of Welsh, Irish, English, French and Latin material in both literary and historical contexts.

Arthurian Literature XXIX. Brian Cummings and James Simpson (ed. Constructions of Masculinity in British Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present. Cultural Reformations: Medieval and Renaissance in Literary History. Painting and writing have much to tell each other : On the Conceptualization of Personal Identity in Modernist Painting and Literature.

The influence and significance of the legend of Arthur are fully demonstrated by the subject matter and time-span of articles here. Topics range from early Celtic sources and analogues of Arthurian plots to popular interest in King Arthur in sixteenth-century London, from the thirteenth-century French prose Mort Artu to Tennyson's Idylls of the King. It includes discussion of shapeshifters and loathly ladies, attitudes to treason, royal deaths and funerals in the fifteenth century and the nineteenth, late medieval Scottish politics and early modern chivalry. Elizabeth Archibald is Professor of English, University of Durhaml; Professor David F. Johnson teaches in the English Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee. Contributors: Aisling Byrne, Emma Campbell, P.J.C. Field, Kenneth Hodges, Megan Leitch, Andrew Lynch, Sue Niebrzydowski, Karen Robinson.