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Lady in Medieval England 1000-1500
Peter Coss (au). Concentrates on the role of the lady within medieval society, how she was perceived both by herself & by her male counterparts, how she related to & participated within the seemingly prevailing male culture of gentility, how the lives of lords & ladies interrelated, & how they behaved towards one another. Examines the origins of the English lady & her position, status & image during the 11th & 12th centuries. Concludes with an interpretation of the character of Chaucerís Wife of Bath, which stresses the possibility of a strong mutual regard & support within medieval marriage. Contemporary illustrations. Photos of medieval seals, effigies & artifacts.
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