Sir Bevis of Hampton is one of the most widespread and important Middle English romances. This book - the first ever full-length study to be devoted to it - considers it in its historical and literary contexts, and its Anglo-Norman, Welsh, Irish and Icelandic versions. It also offers detailed textual analyses, and discusses particular aspects of the story, its "afterlife" and its influence during the early modern period. CONTRIBUTORS: MARIANNE AILES, JUDITH WEISS, ERICH POPPE, REGINE RECK, CHRISTOPHER SANDERS, IVANA DJORDJEVIC, JENNIFER FELLOWS, ROBERT ALLEN ROUSE, SIOBHAIN BLY CALKIN, MELISSA FURROW, CORINNE SAUNDERS, ANDREW KING.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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