By Robert D. Fulk,Christopher M. Cain
This revised version of A historical past of previous English Literature attracts greatly at the most recent scholarship to have advanced 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 version responds to the renewed historicism in medieval studies
- Provides wide-ranging assurance, together with Anglo-Latin literature in addition to non-canonical writings
- Includes new chapters on manuscripts and on marginal and incidental texts
- Incorporates elevated insurance of felony texts and medical and scholastic texts, now taken care of in separate chapters
- Demonstrates that the sector of Anglo-Saxon experiences 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