The invention of literary subjectivity /
In The Invention of Literary Subjectivity, Michel Zink traces the rise of subjectivity in the lyrics of the French medieval period and examines both biographies and histories written by Abelard, Raymond Lulle, and Joinville. Between the realms of allegory and the claims of royal privilege, between t...
|Published:||Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1999.|
|Series:||Parallax (Baltimore, Md.)
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