The Lady in Medieval England, 1000-1500

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Stackpole Books, Apr 1, 2000 - History - 214 pages
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Focuses on the lady's role in medieval society, how she was perceived both by herself and by her male counterparts, and how she participated in the prevailing male culture of gentility.
 

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Contents

Judgment of Solomon Westminster Abbey capital early twelfth century 30
11
Gentility and Social Position
37
Seal of Elizabeth de Burgh British Library Harley Charter 47 E 38
38
Seal of Joan de Stuteville British Library Cotton Charter XXIX 63
49
knight and lady of the Pavely family Church of St James Paulerspury
58
Visual Representation and Affective Relations
75
Antagonistic Relations
117
Literature Gender and Ideology
150
the Role of the Lady in Laler
182
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