First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"…is to be much admired for many reasons: the clarity and specificity of its provocative thesis; the coherence and pertinence of the entire book; some truly illuminating readings of thirteenth-century prose romance; for offering an interesting variation on reading intertextually; and perhaps above all, for taking seriously medieval literature's capacity to provoke thinking." -- Arthuriana
"This study is original and suggestive. The book is well written and the argument helpfully signposted with useful summaries concluding the chapters." -- Medium rvum
"A rich and timely book…marks a new and important milestone in Cycle scholarship, and more generally in the poetics of rewriting. I certainly wished at the end that there were more of his study to come." -- Speculum