The Stranger in Medieval Society (Medieval Cultures, Vol 12)

Stephaine Cain Van D' Elden, "The Stranger in Medieval Society (Medieval Cultures, Vol 12)"
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press | 1998 | ISBN 0816630313 | File type: PDF | 163 pages | 1.2 mb
This is a collection of medieval studies concentrating on the notion of the stranger showing how outsiders influenced the culture of Europe during the Middle Ages. Among the topics explored are Edward III and "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" as historical and literary instances of chivalric skill and courage; political conflict in the late French epic "Renaut de Montauban and a group of people who were doubly strangers: some thirty thousand Jews, who after being expelled from France in 1306 returned under experimental agreement a few years later.

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