Marie de France

Marie de France: Selected full-text books and articles

Lays of Marie de France and Other French Legends By Marie de France; Eugene Mason Dent, 1966
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Fictions of Identity in Medieval France By Donald Maddox Cambridge University Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: Chap. 1 "The Specular Encounter in Fictions of Reciprocity: The Lais of Marie de France"
Shaping Romance: Interpretation, Truth, and Closure in Twelfth-Century French Fictions By Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993
Librarian's tip: Includes "Textual Identity and the Name of a Collection: Marie de France's Lais"
Gender and Text in the Later Middle Ages By Jane Chance University Press of Florida, 1996
Librarian's tip: Includes "Marie de France and the Body Poetic"
The Challenge of the Medieval Text: Studies in Genre and Interpretation By W. T. H. Jackson; Joan M. Ferrante; Robert W. Hanning Columbia University Press, 1985
Medieval Romance in England: A Study of the Sources and Analogues of the Non-Cyclic Metrical Romances By Laura A. Hibbard Oxford University Press, 1924
Librarian's tip: Includes information on Marie de France in "Lay Le Freine"
Women's Writing in Middle English By Alexandra Barratt Longman, 1992
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