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The Making of Textual Culture: 'Grammatica' and Literary Theory 350 1100

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This is the first major study of the cultural role of grammatica, the central discipline concerned with literacy, language, and literature in early medieval society. Martin Irvine draws together several aspects of medieval culture--literary theory, the nature of literacy, education, Biblical interpretation, linguistic thought--in order to reveal the more far-reaching socia ...more
Paperback, 628 pages
Published November 2nd 2006 by Cambridge University Press (first published April 28th 1994)
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