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The Year's Work in Medievalism, 2003

Edited by Gwendolyn Morgan

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

98 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781592447459
  • Published: June 2004

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  • 9781498247221
  • Published: June 2004

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The Year's Work in Medievalism: 2003 is based upon but not restricted to the 2003 proceedings of the annual International Conference on Medievalism, organized by the Director of Conferences for Studies in Medievalism, Gwendolyn Morgan, and, for 2003, Tom Shippey of St. Louis University. The essays of the current volume center on the question of creating identity, at the person, political and national levels, through the use of medievalism. Gwendolyn A. Morgan, Medievalism and the Creation of Identity Anne Thornton, Romancing a Romantic: The Lais of Marie de France and Certain Keatsian Odes Edward L. Risden, Tolkien, Riceour, and Eliot: The World of the Text and the 20th-Century Wasteland Grace Chiu Chan, "The Medievalism of Kantorowicz: Bildung, Jewish Identity, and National Socialism James R. Keller, The Power of His Horror: Abjection and Macbeth Marjon Ames, Reigning Arthur In: Mythological Appropriation and the English Monarchy Peter G. Christensen, Searching for God and Arthur: Jim Hunter's Percival and the Presence of God Robert Sirabian, Anglo-Saxonism and Charles Kingsley's Hereward the Wake: Last of the English
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