ISBN-10:
1847184960
ISBN-13:
9781847184962
Pub. Date:
04/01/2008
Publisher:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing
The Position of Magic in Selected Medieval Spanish Texts

The Position of Magic in Selected Medieval Spanish Texts

by Francis Tobienne Jr, Jr.

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ISBN-13: 9781847184962
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2008
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 125
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Professor Francis Tobienne, Jr. is a Purdue Doctoral Fellow and is a medievalist who specializes in Middle English Language and Literature, Medieval Iberia, Magic and Monster Theory. He has published his first monograph, The Position of Magic In Selected Medieval Spanish Texts (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008) and is at work as a Dali Researcher at the Dali Museum on his second manuscript, tentatively titled: Dali's Medievalism: La Brujeria de Las Mujeres. He has taught at Purdue University, Eckerd College -PEL and continues to teach Composition Writing, Professional Writing and Literature at University of South Florida-St. Pete (USF-SP). Further, his poetry can be found in Afroeurpa: Journal of Afroeuropean Studies, Harvard University's The Dudley Review (Harvard UP), and The Matthew House Project. He has written numerous articles and book reviews on cultural matters for the Purdue BCC Newsletter, Hortulus, The Sycamore Review, The Sixteenth Century Journal and Callaloo. He hopes to continue his teaching, researching and writing at USF-SP where he has taken up root, and though originally from St. Croix-Virgin Islands, looks forward to calling Florida a home away from home.

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The Position of Magic in Selected Medieval Spanish Texts 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DibbsPJ More than 1 year ago
Tobienne's work is surprisingly accessible! His thought on occult and esoteric discontinuity on the medieval Spanish frontier is admirable. The knock on this book however is that it simply whets your appetite. More, more, more please!