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A Theory of Parody: The Teachings of Twentieth-century Art Forms
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actual adventure allegory Arcadia aristocratic Arthur Arthurian artistic ballad C. S. Lewis called romances castle Castle of Otranto Cervantes Cervantes's chanson de geste characters Chaucer chivalric romance Chretien Chretien de Troyes claim classical consciousness courtly love courtly romance create creative criminal romances critical delight Don Quixote dream earlier eighteenth century emphasized enchanted English epic everyday experience Faerie Queene fairy-tale fantasy felt form of fiction French romances Friedrich Heer genre Gothic novel Gothic romance heroic historical novel honour human ideal world imaginative impulses interpretation Keats kind knight Kubla Khan lady Lancelot language later literary literature London lovers marvellous medieval romances myth mythic narrative novelists offered old romances Pamela passions pastoral pleasure poem poet Poetry popular present prose psychological reader realism reality relationship remote revive romance world romance writers sense seventeenth century Sidney's social society Spenser stanza story suggests tale Thopas translation Troyes Walpole's wish-fulfilment wrote