Contextualize Classical and Medieval Literature
Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism through Literature Criticism Online assembles critical responses to the works of poets, playwrights, chroniclers, philosophers, religious figures, and writers from every region of the world, from the earliest known examples of written works to the eve of the modern era.
The series currently covers nearly 400 authors and also includes numerous entries focusing on literary topics and individual works. This online version combines multiple search and browse options with an engaging format that matches the look and content of the print originals.
Clear, accessible introductory essays followed by carefully selected critical responses allow end-users to engage with a variety of scholarly views and conversations about authors, works and literary topics. Students writing papers or class presentations, instructors preparing their syllabi, or anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the period will find this a highly useful resource.
- Classical Studies
- Comparative Literature
- Creative Writing
- Drama Studies
- English Language
- English Literature
- European Studies
- Theatre Studies
- Theology, Divinity and Religious Studies (don't use)
- Translation Studies
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