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The Erotic in the Literature of Medieval Britain
Amanda Hopkins teaches in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies and the department of French at the University of Warwick.
Cory James Rushton is in the Department of English at St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Contributors: Anthony Bale, Jane Bliss, Michael Cichon, Thomas H. Crofts III, Alex Davis, Kristina Hildebrand, Amanda Hopkins,Simon Meecham-Jones, Sue Niebrzydowski, Margaret Robson, Robert Rouse, Cory James Rushton, Corinne Saunders.
`So wel koude he me glose': The Wife of Bath and the Eroticism of Touch - Sue Niebrzydowski
The Lady's Man: Gawain as a Lover in Middle English Literature - Cory Rushton
Erotic Magic: The Enchantress in Middle English Romance - Corinne Saunders
`wordy vnthur wede': Clothing, Nakedness and the Erotic in some Romances of Medieval Britain - Amanda Hopkins
`Some Like it Hot': The Medieval Eroticism of Heat - Robert Rouse
How's Your Father? Sex and the Adolescent Girl in Sir Degarré - Margaret Robson
The Female `Jewish' Libido in Medieval Culture - Anthony Bale
Eros and Error: Gross Sexual Transgression in the Fourth Branch of the Mabinogi - Michael Cichon
Perverse and Contrary Deeds: The Giant of Mont Saint Michel and the Alliterative Morte Arthure - Thomas Howard Crofts
Her Desire and His: Letters between Fifteenth-century Lovers - Kristina Hildebrand
Sex in the Sight of God: Theology and the Erotic in Peter of Blois' `Grates Ago Veneri' - Simon Meecham-Jones
A Fine and Private Place - Jane Bliss
Erotic Historiography: Writing the Self and History in Twelfth-century Romance and the Renaissance - Alexander Davis
"A multiplicity of perspectives on a discrete (yet vast) number of texts, many of which are romances, that lends a sense of completeness to the book as a whole." COMITATUS
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