Studies in Medievalism III.iii-iv

September 1991
19 black and white, 11 line illustrations
328 pages
22.8x15.2 cm
Studies in Medievalism
ISBN: 9780859913201
Format: Paperback

Studies in Medievalism III.iii-iv

German Medievalism

Edited by Leslie J. Workman, Jane Chance, Francis G. Gentry

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Studies on the influence of the middle ages on modern society and culture. These two volumes in one book include an important study of The Inklings, and of G.K. Chesterton, as well as a survey of German medievalism.
Boydell & Brewer are pleased to announce that they will be takingover publication of Studies in Medievalism with effect fromVolume III, Parts III—IV. These two parts will appear as a paperback;from Volume IV onwards the journal will appear as a hardback volume.
Studies in Medievalismis concerned with the interdisciplinaryinvestigation of the influence of the middle ages on modern societyand culture, an area of study which has grown rapidly over the lastdecade. Earlier issues have been devoted to:Medievalism in England, America and France; Twentieth-Century Medievalism;Dante in the Modern World; Modern Arthurian Literature; Architecture and Design.
Volume III, Part III An important study of the `Inklings' — C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkienand Charles Williams — and of G.K. Chesterton. Part IVContinues the series of national surveys with Medievalism in Germany. LESLIE J. WORKMAN lectures in the English department at HopeCollege, Michigan.

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