By: Davlin, Mary Clemente
Aldershot, Burlington VT, Ashgate: 2001
Seller ID: 000930
Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket
viii + 208 pp. Index. Index of manuscripts and works cited, bw illus. "Written while philosophers were questioning whether is was possible to know anything about God, Piers Plowman is a poem entirely about God, not in the abstract, and not in the next life, but as known by faith and wisdom in this world. ....(this book) is a study of 'the place of God' in this poem. (it) is partly formalist study of locational and analogical language, which 'places' God. But this is also an historicist study, since the 'place of God' in Piers Plowman is best understood, not in isolation, but in the con... View More...