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Medieval Literature for Children [Hardcover]

Daniel T. Kline

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Book Description

April 11, 2003 0815333129 978-0815333128 0
This volume will be a critical anthology of primary texts whose main audience was children and/or adolescents in the medieval period. Texts will include theoretical and interpretative introductions and commentary.

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Daniel Kline's well-edited book of sixteen essays, each by a different authority and accompanied by the medieval text to which it refers, is an important milestone in the ongoing rediscover of children's literature prior to the printed book..
–Gillian Adams, CLAQ, the Children's Literature Association Quarterly.

The book is the first critical anthology of texts written for children during the Middle Ages. The volume includes selections from nearly 20 medieval texts, accompanied by incisive critical introductions by an outstanding group of interdisciplinary scholars that illuminate the diversity, sophistication, and complexity of literature for medieval children and youth.
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Daniel Kline's well-edited book of sixteen essays, each by a different authority and accompanied by the medieval text to which it refers, is an important milestone in the ongoing rediscovery of children's literature prior to the printed book. I cannot recommend it too highly to historians of children's literature, or even those who just say a few words about early children's literature in a survey course. The 20-page bibliography alone is worth the price.
–Gillian Adams, Children's Literature Association Quarterly

About the Author

Daniel T. Kline is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Alaska, Anchorage

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