Medieval Studies

  1. Medieval Cultures in Contact

    Medieval Cultures in Contact (Paperback)

    Edited by Richard F. Gyug
    Price: $30.00
    Medievalists have long considered topics of cultural contact such as antagonism or exchange between western Europe and the Islamic world, the west’s debts to Byzantium, European expansion during the Crusades, and Mediterranean trade. Medieval Cultures in Contact grows out of such...

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  2. Medieval Cultures in Contact

    Medieval Cultures in Contact (Hardcover)

    Edited by Richard F. Gyug
    Price: $85.00
    Medievalists have long considered topics of cultural contact such as antagonism or exchange between western Europe and the Islamic world, the west’s debts to Byzantium, European expansion during the Crusades, and Mediterranean trade. Medieval Cultures in Contact grows out of such...

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  3. Reading the Allegorical Intertext

    Reading the Allegorical Intertext (Paperback)

    Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare, Milton Judith H. Anderson
    Price: $35.00
    Judith H. Anderson conceives the intertext as a relation between or among texts that encompasses both Kristevan intertextuality and traditional relationships of influence, imitation, allusion, and citation. Like the Internet, the intertext is a state, or place, of potential expressed in ways...

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  4. Dante and Islam

    Dante and Islam (Paperback)

    Edited by Jan M. Ziolkowski
    Price: $28.00
    Dante put Muhammad in one of the lowest circles of Hell. At the same time, the medieval Christian poet placed several Islamic philosophers much more honorably in Limbo. Furthermore, it has long been suggested that for much of the basic framework of the Divine Comedy Dante was indebted to...

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  5. Dante and Islam

    Dante and Islam (Hardcover)

    Edited by Jan M. Ziolkowski
    Price: $85.00
    Dante put Muhammad in one of the lowest circles of Hell. At the same time, the medieval Christian poet placed several Islamic philosophers much more honorably in Limbo. Furthermore, it has long been suggested that for much of the basic framework of the Divine Comedy Dante was indebted to...

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