SAINTS, PAGANS, AND THE WONDERS OF THE EAST: THE MEDIEVAL IMAGINARY AND ITS MANUSCRIPT CONTEXTS

@article{Eldevik2016SAINTSPA,
  title={SAINTS, PAGANS, AND THE WONDERS OF THE EAST: THE MEDIEVAL IMAGINARY AND ITS MANUSCRIPT CONTEXTS},
  author={J. Eldevik},
  journal={Traditio},
  year={2016},
  volume={71},
  pages={235 - 272}
}
Studies about Christian perceptions of Islam and other non-Christian cultures in the Middle Ages in recent years have tended to focus on individual authors and their works. New research in the field of manuscript philology, particularly its focus on the idea of the “whole book,” however, suggests some new interpretive vistas that can sharpen our understanding of how medieval readers engaged with, and responded to, texts about the non-Christian Other. This article takes as its subject a twelfth… Expand
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