Heterosyncrasies looks to the foundation of modern society in the Middle Ages to question the heterosexuality of that history. From the letters of Heloise to Lollard heretical attacks on the Church, to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, and the Amazons of medieval myth, Karma Lochrie focuses on female sexuality in the Middle Ages in an effort to discern a diversified understanding of it.
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