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Julian Weiss

The Poet's Art: Literary Theory in Castile c. 1400-60

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P.B. Salmon THE 'THREE VOICES' OF POETRY IN MEDIÆVAL LITERARY THEORY 30.1 (1961), 1-18 DOI:10.2307/43626893
ANTHONY P. BALE Sheila Delany (ed.), ‘Turn it again’: Jewish Medieval Studies and Literary Theory 75.1 (2006), 140-141 DOI:10.2307/43621039
James Simpson Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism c. 1100 - c. 1375: the Commentary Tradition, by A. J. Minnis, A. B. Scott, David Wallace 59.1 (1990), 140-142 DOI:10.2307/43629292
MICHAEL STOLZ The Making of Textual Culture: 'Grammatica' and Literary Theory, 350—1100, by Martin Irvine 64.2 (1995), 295-297 DOI:10.2307/43633102
Christopher Cannon Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Nicholas Watson, Andrew Taylor, and Ruth Evans (eds), The Idea of the Vernacular: An Anthology of Middle English Literary Theory, 1280-1520 69.2 (2000), 299-300 DOI:10.2307/43630296
David Hook The Poet's Art: Literary Theory in Castile c. 1400-60, Medium Ævum Monographs, n.s. 14, by Julian Weiss 60.2 (1991), 322-324 DOI:10.2307/43632601
JAMES WADE Eleanor Johnson, Practicing Literary Theory in the Middle Ages: Ethics and the Mixed Form in Chaucer, Gower, Usk, and Hoccleve 83.2 (2014), 335-
Keith Busby Vernacular Literary Theory from the French of Medieval England. Texts and Translations, c.1120–c.1450, ed. and trans. Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Thelma Fenster, and Delbert Russell 86.2 (2017), 391- DOI:10.2307/26396441
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