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264 Pages | 4 black & white illustrations

8.5 x 5.4 inches

ISBN: 9781526141101


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A landscape of words

Ireland, Britain and the poetics of space, 700—1250

First Edition

Amy Mulligan

Published by Manchester University Press

Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture MUP

  • Provides a concise overview of the literature and poetry of medieval Ireland, in Latin and the Irish vernacular, from 700 to 1250
  • Brings unknown sources from medieval Ireland and a sophisticated medieval theory of place-writing, pilgrimage and imaginative travel into dialogue with European medieval literary, Irish, landscape and spatial studies
  • Contributes to studies of space and place by providing a foundational case study of one nation's development of a theory and practice of place-writing
  • Illuminates the foundational stages of the relationship between Ireland and England — political, cultural and textual - by bringing together texts in Latin and the Irish vernacular, by both Irish and English/British authors
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