By Eileen A. Joy, Myra J. Seaman, Kimberly Bell, Mary K. Ramsey, Michael Uebel
The essays accrued during this quantity show that, whilst convinced medieval and modern cultural texts are put along one another, comparable to a fourteenth-century penitential guide and the truth tv express Survivor, they demonstrate sure mentalities and social stipulations that persist over lengthy periods of time. a number of of the essays handle openly political matters, corresponding to political torture and suicide terrorism, whereas different essays attend to a number of the ways that definite “real-life” fictions and cultural entertainments have continually overdetermined our figuring out of background, our present second, and ourselves.
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