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Medieval Dutch Literature in its European Context (Studies in Medieval Literature)
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Medieval Dutch Literature in its European Context (Studies in Medieval Literature)

his book offers new insights into the rich and varied Dutch literature of the Middle Ages. Sixteen essays written by top scholars consider this literature in the context of the social, historical and cultural developments of the period in which it took shape. The collection includes studies of the most representative authors, genres and works of the time
 
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Narrative, Authority and Power: The Medieval Exemplum and the Chaucerian Tradition (Studies in Medieval Literature)
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Narrative, Authority and Power: The Medieval Exemplum and the Chaucerian Tradition (Studies in Medieval Literature)

Little attention has been paid to the political and ideological significance of the exemplum, a brief narrative form used to illustrate a moral. Through a study of four major works in the Chaucerian tradition (The Canterbury Tales, John Gower's Confessio Amantis, Thomas Hoccleve's Regement of Princes, and Lydgate's Fall of Princes), Scanlon redefines the exemplum as a 'narrative enactment of cultural authority'.
 
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Hunkpapa Lakota Chief Sitting Bull (Native American Chiefs and Warriors)
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Hunkpapa Lakota Chief Sitting Bull (Native American Chiefs and Warriors)

Sitting Bull was the greatest chief of the Sioux. As both war chief and medicine man, Sitting Bull led the Sioux in their victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn. But he also led them through their years of hardship and turmoil. Rather than surrender, Sitting Bull united many Native American tribes in the struggle to protect the great Plains and the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota.
 
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Companion to Medieval Romance (Companions to Literature)
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Companion to Medieval Romance (Companions to Literature)

This Companion presents fifteen original and engaging essays by leading scholars on one of the most influential genres of Western literature. Essays on the origins of romance in French and English courts are complemented by articles that trace the transmission and evolution of these stories throughout Europe.
 
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Cultural Diversity in the United States
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Cultural Diversity in the United States

This collection of readings provides the reader with a basic introduction to the topic and concepts of cultural diversity as it has come to characterize the culture of the United States. Particular attention is given to the practice of racial, ethnic, and special interest group characterizations.
No other book is as complete in its coverage of the diverse cultural groupings that make up the American culture. This unique work serves as a first step in beginning the quest for greater understanding and appreciation of diversity.
 
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History of Medieval English Literature
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History of Medieval English Literature

This is the first full-scale history of medieval English literature in nearly a century. Thirty-three contributors provide information on a vast range of literary texts and the conditions of their production and reception. The volume also contains a chronology, full bibliography and a detailed index. This book offers the most extensive account available of the medieval literatures so drastically reconfigured in Tudor England.
 
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Learning How to Feel: Children's Literature and the History of Emotional Socialization, 1870-1970
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Learning How to Feel: Children's Literature and the History of Emotional Socialization, 1870-1970

Learning How to Feel explores the ways in which children and adolescents learn not just how to express emotions that are thought to be pre-existing, but actually how to feel. The volume assumes that the embryonic ability to feel unfolds through a complex dialogue with the social and cultural environment and specifically through reading material. The fundamental formation takes place in childhood and youth.
 
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