The discarded image : an introduction to medieval and Renaissance literature

@inproceedings{Lewis1964TheDI,
  title={The discarded image : an introduction to medieval and Renaissance literature},
  author={Cynthia Neri Lewis},
  year={1964}
}
Preface 1. The medieval situation 2. Reservations 3. Selected materials: the classical period 4. Selected materials: the seminal period 5. The heavens 6. The longaevi 7. Earth and her inhabitants 8. The influence of the model Epilogue Index. 
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