By comparing Anglo-Saxon charters, sermons, and law codes with Langland'sPiers Plowmanand similar poems, Yeager demonstrates that this legal and homiletical literature had an influential afterlife in the fourteenth-century poetry of William Langland and his imitators.
Subjects: History, Language & Literature
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