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Arthurian Literature by Women: An Anthology #2020

Arthurian Literature by Women An Anthology Arthurian Literature by Women An Anthology is a collection of Arthurian poems stories and plays by women from Marie de France to the present all of which are either significant examples of Arthuri

  • Title: Arthurian Literature by Women: An Anthology
  • Author: Alan Lupack Barbara T. Lupack
  • ISBN: 9780815334835
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arthurian Literature by Women: An Anthology By Alan Lupack Barbara T. Lupack, Arthurian Literature by Women An Anthology is a collection of Arthurian poems, stories, and plays by women, from Marie de France to the present, all of which are either significant examples of Arthurian literature or innovative interpretations of Arthurian tradition Rather than reproducing brief selections from contemporary novels that are readily available, the volume cArthurian Literature by Women An Anthology is a collection of Arthurian poems, stories, and plays by women, from Marie de France to the present, all of which are either significant examples of Arthurian literature or innovative interpretations of Arthurian tradition Rather than reproducing brief selections from contemporary novels that are readily available, the volume collects and reprints works that have generally been overlooked by students of the Arthurian legend The volume will be especially interesting to those studying or teaching Women and the Arthurian Legend or any other aspect of myth, fantasy, popular literature, or women s studies.

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    1 thought on “Arthurian Literature by Women: An Anthology

    1. Interesting collection, attempting to redress the balance of gender in writing about the Arthurian legends or the perceived balance of gender, anyway It s a good collection, ranging from medieval writing to modern, and covering poetry, plays and prose Some of it was already familiar to me Marie de France, Sara Teasdale, Edna St Vincent Millay , but quite a few of the stories and poems were new Worth picking up, if the idea catches your interest.

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