Popular Culture


Popular Culture in the Middle Ages
Josie P. Campbell

Popular Press

The culture of the Middle Ages was as complex as our own, as the essays in this volume ably demonstrate. Contributors cover a wide range of topics, from church sculpture as "advertisement" to tricks and illusions. Topics include: women's role, witches, popular culture in medieval Scotland, drama, and popular literature and spiritual texts.

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LC: 86-071408 CB
164 pp.  6 x 9
8 b/w illus.
ISBN 0-87972-339-4 Cloth $16.95 t
ISBN 0-87972-340-8 Paper $10.95 t

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