Studies in Medieval Romance

This series offers critical studies of the medieval romance, a genre that plays a crucial role in literary history, reflects medieval secular concerns, and raises complex questions regarding medieval reading and writing, social structures, human relationships, and the psyche. The scope of the series extends from the early Middle Ages into the Renaissance period, and although its main focus is on English literature, comparative studies are welcomed.

Series Editor

Professor Corinne Saunders
Department of English
Hallgarth House
77 Hallgarth Street
University of Durham
Durham, DH1 3AY
UK
c.j.saunders@durham.ac.uk

Editorial Board

Rhiannon Purdie
Robert Rouse

See all of our Studies in Medieval Romance titles.