Textual Subjectivity The Encoding of Subjectivity in Medieval Narratives and Lyrics


Textual Subjectivity brings to Medieval poems for the first time an approach which denies the need to understand them as expressions of individual consciousness. Modern theory liberates medieval narratives and lyrics from interpretative assumptions so deep-rooted as to have become invisible, and leads to original readings of major and minor poems.

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