Medieval Literature for Children
Daniel T. Kline
Psychology Press, 2003 - Literary Collections - 353 pages
The selection of original texts includes material written in Middle English, as well as translations from Latin, Old English, and medieval Welsh. The selections span a broad range of genres, from didactic literature to popular romance and drama, and include the "ABC of Aristotle", Aelfric's Colloquy, The Fables of Avianus, Chaucer's Treatise on the Astrolabe, The Eclogue of Theodulus, Sir Gowther, Occupation and Idleness, along with many others."--BOOK JACKET.
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Medieval literature for children offers a fascinating look into the medieval ages. The book contains a collection of essays, each focusing on a different work from medieval times, discussing the ... Read full review