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PostScript to the Middle Ages: Teaching Medieval Studies Through Umberto Eco's the Name of the Rose

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More than a quarter century after its publication in English, Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose remains a popular novel among medievalists and non-medievalists alike. Its riveting account of a series of murders at a wealthy Italian abbey during the papacy of John XXII, amidst the tensions of the Franciscan Spiritualist controversy, serves as an excellent point of entry to ...more
Hardcover, 278 pages
Published December 4th 2009 by Syracuse University Press (first published 2009)
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