Traitors and Rebels: the geste de Maience

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Abstract

Tracing the development of the geste de Maience chronologically and linking this to the presentation of the issue of revolt and rebellion; initially the rebels and traitors belonged to two distinct families, brought together as attitudes to rebellion hardened.
Translated title of the contributionTraitors and Rebels: the geste de Maience
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReading Around the Epic: A Festschrift in honour of Professor W.G, van Emden
EditorsM.J. Ailes, P.E. Bennett, Karen Pratt
PublisherKing's College
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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    Ailes, MJ. (1998). Traitors and Rebels: the geste de Maience. In M. J. Ailes, P. E. Bennett, & K. Pratt (Eds.), Reading Around the Epic: A Festschrift in honour of Professor W.G, van Emden King's College.