Sea of silk : a textile geography of women's work in medieval French literature /
E. Jane Burns argues that literary portraits of medieval heroines who produce and decorate silk cloth or otherwise manipulate items of silk outline a metaphorical geography that includes northern France as an important cultural player within the silk economics of the Mediterranean.
|Published:||Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.|
|Series:||Middle Ages series.
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