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Piers Plowman and the Sublime
"I wish to explore the use of the term "sublime" by several commentators--including C.S. Lewis, Derek Pearsall, and Anne Middleton--in their estimate of Piers Plowman as a poem possessing moments of lofty vision. My starting point will be in the Romantic or "conventional" sublime and its subsequent application in some Piers Plowman criticism of a New Critical bent. "
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Murray J. Evans
Piers the Plowman and its Sequence
This lengthy analysis of "Piers the Plowman" includes sections on "The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman", "Theories concerning Authorship; The Three Texts, "Parallel Passages", "William Langland", and "The Fourteenth Century."
Author: John Matthews Manly
From: The Cambridge History of English and American Literature Volume II: English, The End of the Middle Ages

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