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Title Animals in the Middle Ages : a book of essays / edited by Nona C. Flores
Published London : Routledge, 2016
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Description 1 online resource
Series Garland reference library of the humanities ; v. 1716
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Abbreviations; Part 1. More than an Animal; Movable Beasts: The Manifold Implications of Early Germanic Animal Imagery; The Truculent Toad in the Middle Ages; Human Animals of Medieval Fables; Parodic Animal Physicians from the Margins of Medieval Manuscripts; Part 2. Another Look at the Physiologus; Making Animals Mean: Speciest Hermeneutics in the Physiologus of Theobaldus; On the Question of a Physiologus Tradition in Emblematic Art and Writing; Part 3. Neither Man nor Beast
The Werewolf as Eiron: Freedom and Comedy in William of PalerneGargoyles: Animal Imagery and Artistic Individuality in Medieval Art; ""Effigies amicitiae ... veritas inimicitiae"": Antifeminism in the Iconography of the Woman-Headed Serpent in Medieval and Renaissance Art and Literature; Contributors; General Index; Index of Animals and Creatures
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Animals -- Folklore.
Animals, Mythical.
Art, Medieval.
Genre/Form Folklore.
Form Electronic book
Author Flores, Nona C., editor
ISBN 1135546703 (electronic bk)
9781135546700 (electronic bk)