Medievalia Et Humanistica, Ausgabe 27
Clogan (English, U. North Texas and fellow of the American Academy in Rome) has brought together five articles that consider the question of reading and the reader in the Roman de la Rose, The Wife's Lament, the Pearl, the work of Jean Gerson, Christine de Pizan, and the Iberian writer and scholar Don Ishaq Abravanel. The last third of the volume contains reviews. c. Book News Inc.
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