The culture of the Middle Ages was as complex, if not as various, as our own, as the essays in this volume ably demonstrate. The essays cover a wide range of tipics, from church sculpture as qadvertisementq to tricks and illusions as qhomeeconomics.qInnocence and Suffering in the Middle Ages Michael Stugrina#39;s essay is both theoretical and practical: he suggests that texts, when viewed as aquot;structures of perception, aquot; give us the aquot;voices of the reality which they were part of and helped shape.
|Title||:||Popular Culture in the Middle Ages|
|Author||:||Josie P. Campbell|
|Publisher||:||Popular Press - 1986|