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Allegorical Imagery

Some Mediaeval Books and Their Posterity

Rosemond Tuve

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Examining those medieval texts which were extant for sixteenth-century use and reading, Professor Tuve attempts to discover how certain writers at a given time and for reasons we can trace read the allegorical books of the Middle Ages.

Originally published in 1966.

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Literature, Flattery, Psychomachia, Knight-errant, Apologetics, Dead metaphor, Good and evil, Fiction, Irony, Book, Precaution (novel), The Parson's Tale, Secularization, Monstrous birth, Superiority (short story), Perlesvaus, Le Morte d'Arthur, Problem of evil, Rebis, God Knows (novel), Excommunication, Simile, Puritans, Falsity, Victor White (priest), Parzival, Narrative, Necromancy, Unstated assumption, Detraction, Religion, Pierre Bersuire, Cover-up, Creation myth, Matter of Britain, Meanness, Equal opportunity, Clementia, Angel, Anecdote, Pun, English poetry, Mammon, Illustration, The Realist, Trickster, Verisimilitude, The Faerie Queene, Hedonism, Heroic virtue, Hypocrisy, Macrobius, Wickedness, Non-fiction, Lux in Tenebris, Thomas Aquinas, Conceit, Manuscript, Invention, Magic word, Aurora consurgens, Concupiscence, Antithesis, Archetype, Morality play, Love of money, Orgoglio, Delilah, Moralia, Topicality (policy debate), Archimago, Gluttony, Fear of God, Ars moriendi, Sentimentality, Every Man in His Humour, Chivalry, Self-love, Religious image, Spirituality, Epic poetry, Prose, Manichaeism, Cardinal virtues, Overreaction, New Thought, The Soul of the World, Chivalric romance, Pride, Christian fundamentalism, God, Self-Reliance, Allegory, Melchizedek, Celibacy, Seven deadly sins, Sacramentum (oath), Jean de Meun, Gesta Romanorum, Enfer