Shaping Romance: Interpretation, Truth, and Closure in Twelfth-Century French Fictions


Examines a set of five twelfth-century romance texts--complete and fragmentary, canonical and now neglected, long and short--to map out the characteristics and boundaries of the genre in its formative period.


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