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Using a combination of formalist and psychology-based approaches, this work examines the triple knowledge of subjectivity, body, and language in medieval imaginative literature.
Corey J. Marvin is Associate Professor of English at the Cerro Coso Community College, Ridgecrest, California. He was awarded his Doctorate in English from UC Santa Barbara in 1995.
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