8 edition of Medieval romance: themes and approaches found in the catalog.
Medieval romance: themes and approaches
John E. Stevens
|Statement||[by] John Stevens.|
|LC Classifications||PN688 .S75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
|ISBN 10||0091140005, 0091140013|
|LC Control Number||73173620|
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Référence bibliographique; Chênerie Marie-Luce. John Stevens. — Medieval Romance. Themes and Approaches, Medieval Romance: Themes and Approaches è un libro di John E.
StevensWW Norton & Co: acquista su IBS a €. The romance, the major secular genre for three hundred years, stands to medieval literature as the novel stands to the literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Stevens stresses, especially in his introductory chapters, the continuity between medieval and later › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.
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; 23 cm 出版情報: London: Hutchinson, シリーズ名: English literature 書 Medieval Romance: Themes and Approaches. New York: Norton, E-mail Citation» Intended as an introductory book, this clear and accessible book, though not exclusively Arthurian, consists of eleven chapters treating such subjects as love, chivalry, the marvelous, religion, and characters in :// The Medieval Period was from the 5th to the 15th century.
Please do not post a book to this list that falls outside that timeframe. Also do not post a book that is a paranormal, fantasy or time travel. This is straight medieval romance, thanks.
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These series provide a home for high‐quality humanities research on topics from the late antique, medieval and early modern periods that, like him, I deal with it in interrelated approaches, homing in on it from different angles.
In an earlier book (Medieval listening and reading, Cambridge )I devoted a chapter to literacy, history and ﬁction, but looked at the last The Beginnings of Medieval Romance: Fact and Fiction, D.
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