Premodern Places: Calais to Surinam, Chaucer to Aphra Behn
This book recovers places appearing in the mental mapping of medieval and Renaissance writers, from Chaucer to Aphra Behn.
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Abelard abjection African Aphra Aphra Behn Atlantic ballade Behn Behn’s Bertoldi Boccaccio British Library Bruges Bubwith Calais Cambridge University Press Canarians Canaries Canary Islands Cathedral chapter Chaucer Chaucerian Polity Christian Chronicle Clarendon Press Coleridge colony Columbus complex culture Dante Dante’s David Wallace Decameron Deschamps discourse edition Edward England English Wool Europe European Eustache Deschamps Fifteenth Century figure Flaundres Flemings Flemish Florence France French Froissart further Genoa Genoese Guanche Hakluyt Helo´se Henry History Hogarth imagining Ireland islands Italian Jews John King later Latin Leland literary Lollard London manuscript Margery Margery Kempe Medieval Flanders merchant Middle Ages Middle English narrative nation native Nicholas noted Oroonoko Pardoner’s Paris Petrarch Piers Plowman plantation poem poet political premodern Renaissance Richard romance Royal Scythia ship slavery Somerset Sranan Stedman suggests Surinam Tale Tenerife term territory town trans translation traveling vols William women writing York