The rise and fall of Amadis de Gaule invites a case study of the time bound nature of readers reading The contemporary status of translations justifies regarding Amadis as an independent entity The paradigms governing it reappear in many familiar contemporary works what we learn from Amadis applies broadly to sixteenth century texts.
- 193 pages
- Reading In The Renaissance
- Marian Rothstein
- 05 March 2019 Marian Rothstein