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Our Dogs, Our Selves: Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Literature, and Society

(Art and Material Culture in Medieval and Renaissance Europe #6)

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The ubiquity of references to dogs in medieval and early modern texts and images must at some level reflect their actual presence in those worlds, yet scholarly consideration of this material is rare and scattered across diverse sources. This volume addresses that gap, bringing together fifteen essays that examine the appearance, meaning, and significance of dogs in painti ...more
Hardcover, 206 pages
Published September 29th 2016 by Brill (first published September 22nd 2016)
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