Music and copyright
Edinburgh University Press,
A History of Old English Literature has been significantly revised to provide an unequivocal response to the renewed historicism in medieval studies. Focusing on the production and reception of Old English texts and on their relation to Anglo-Saxon history and culture, this new edition covers an exceptionally broad array of genres. These range from riddles and cryptograms to allegory, liturgical texts, and romance, as well as lyric poetry and heroic legend. The authors also integrate discussions of Anglo-Latin texts, crucial to understanding the development of Old English literature. The second edition incorporates extensive reference to scholarship that has evolved over the past decade, with new chapters on both Anglo-Saxon manuscripts and on incidental and marginal texts. There is expanded treatment throughout, including increased coverage of legal texts and scientific and scholastic texts. The book concludes with a retrospective outline of the reception of Anglo-Saxon literature and culture in subsequent periods.
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|Grouping Title||music and copyright|
|Grouping Author||simon frith|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-21 02:54:48AM|
|auth_author2||Frith, Simon, 1946-|
|detailed_location_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|owning_library_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|series||Edinburgh law and society|
|series_with_volume||Edinburgh law and society||
|subject_facet||Copyright -- Music|
Droit d'auteur -- Musique
Droit d'auteur -- Musique -- Etudes comparatives
|title_display||Music and copyright|
|title_full||Music and copyright / edited by Simon Frith|
|title_short||Music and copyright|