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Amoryus and Cleopes

By John Metham Edited by Stephen F Page

Amoryus and Cleopes
Paperback, 152 pages £12.00
Published: 1999
ISBN: 9781580440165
Format: 255mm x 178mm
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Subjects: Literary Studies, Medieval Institute Publications, Medieval Studies
Series: TEAMS Middle English Texts Series

In this volume, John Metham's classic romance Amoryus and Cleopes is made available to a wider audience of students and teachers of Middle English with its contextualizing introduction, extensive notes, and helpful gloss. This fifteenth century romance, written by John Metham, creatively reworks Ovid's tale of Pyramus and Thisbe's tragic love from his Metamorphoses. Metham draws on a wide variety of popular romances and particularly Chaucer's Ovidian works to create an inventive romance of his own with a decidedly moral aim. This volume will be of interest to students of Middle English romance and all those interested in the literary legacy of Chaucer.

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Select Bibliography
Amoryus and Cleopes Notes
Appendix
Glossary

Stephen F. Page has published in the Chaucer Review and Studies in the Age of Chaucer. His work focuses on the influence of medieval art on drama, as well as the regional literary culture of eastern England in the 15th century.



Publication Details:


Binding:
 Paperback , 152 pages
ISBN:
 9781580440165
Format:
 255mm x 178mm

BIC Code:
 2ABC, DSBB
BISAC Code:
  LIT011000
Imprint:
 Medieval Institute Publications


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