By Robert D. Fulk,Christopher M. Cain
This revised version of A historical past of outdated English Literature attracts broadly at the most up-to-date scholarship to have developed over the past decade. The textual content contains extra fabric all through, together with new chapters on Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and incidental and marginal texts.
- This revised variation responds to the renewed historicism in medieval studies
- Provides wide-ranging insurance, together with Anglo-Latin literature in addition to non-canonical writings
- Includes new chapters on manuscripts and on marginal and incidental texts
- Incorporates accelerated insurance of felony texts and medical and scholastic texts, now taken care of in separate chapters
- Demonstrates that the sector of Anglo-Saxon stories is uniquely put to give a contribution to present literary debates
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A History of Old English Literature (Blackwell History of Literature) by Robert D. Fulk,Christopher M. Cain