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Writing gender and genre in medieval literature : approaches to old and Middle English texts / edited by Elaine Treharne for the English Association.

Contributor(s): Treharne, Elaine M | English AssociationMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Essays and studies (London, England : 1950) ; v.55.Publication details: Cambridge : D.S. Brewer, 2002. ISBN: 0859917606Other title: Writing gender & genre in medieval literatureSubject(s): English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- History and criticism | Sex role in literature | English literature -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- History and criticism | Literary formDDC classification: 820.9/353 LOC classification: PR13 | .E4 n.s., v.55, 2002 | PR275.S49
Contents:
Introduction / Elaine Treharne and Greg Walker -- Gender and heroism in the Old English Judith / Hugh Magennis -- Remembering Veronica in Anglo-Saxon England / Mary Swan -- 'Born to thraldom and penance' : wives and mothers in Middle English romance / David Salte -- Rough girls and squeamish boys : the trouble with Absolon in The miller's tale / Greg Walker -- The stereotype confirmed? Chaucer's Wife of Bath / Elaine Treharne -- 'Cursed folk of Herodes al new' : supersessionist typology and Chaucer's prioress / Anne Marie D'Arcy.
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820.9353 WRI (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Not for loan 6000553183
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Elaine Treharne and Greg Walker -- Gender and heroism in the Old English Judith / Hugh Magennis -- Remembering Veronica in Anglo-Saxon England / Mary Swan -- 'Born to thraldom and penance' : wives and mothers in Middle English romance / David Salte -- Rough girls and squeamish boys : the trouble with Absolon in The miller's tale / Greg Walker -- The stereotype confirmed? Chaucer's Wife of Bath / Elaine Treharne -- 'Cursed folk of Herodes al new' : supersessionist typology and Chaucer's prioress / Anne Marie D'Arcy.

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