Medievalism in North America
Fifteen essays trace North America's enthusiastic engagement with the middle ages from the Revolution to Disney. There are eight studies of the American reception of Arthur: in art (Abbey, Rosenthal), literature (Canadian writers, John Ciardi), scholarship (R.S. Loomis), politics (JFK), and popular culture (Arthurian youth groups, Disneyland, the Excalibur Casino). Other topics include Tom Paine, Elbertus Hubbard, Edgar Rice Burroughs, C.B. DeMille, popular treatments of Villon, the roots of the New Mexican cuento, and the rhetoric of the Gulf War.
Contributors: ROGER WOOD, KYMBERLEY N. PINDER, ERICA E. HIRSHLER, ALAN LUPACK, CHARLOTTE OBERG, RAYMOND H. THOMPSON, STAN GALLOWAY, ROBIN BLAETZ, ROBERT D. PECKHAM, JEFF RIDER, KLAUS P. JANKOFSKY, MARY MORSE, PAMELA S. MORGAN, SUSAN ARONSTEIN, NANCY COINER, JONATHAN M. ELUK
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The Reception of Toby E Rosenthals Kymberly N Pinder
Erica E Hirshler
The Arthurian Legend in Canada Raymond H Thompson
Medievalism Stan Galloway
Cecil B DeMilles Joan the Woman Robin Blaetz
Dark Laughter in the Chambers of the Robert D Peckham
Klaus P Jankofsky
The Medieval Roots of Mary Morse
Pamela S Morgan
Democratizing Susan Aronstein
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