LEARNING TO DIE IN LONDON, 1380-1540
This full-length study of the Middle English "art of dying" reveals that cultivating a sophisticated attitude toward death was understood as essential to good living. As writers of the period related, death was understood as an explicitly generative force capable of providing vital personal, social, and literary opportunities.
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