Transmission and generation in medieval and Renaissance literature
Essays in honour of John Scattergood
Karen Hodder & Brendan O'Connell, editors
This collection of essays focuses on the processes of intellectual transmission in medieval and Renaissance literature, paying particular attention to the ways in which knowledge passes from one generation to the next. Each essay considers, either literally or in terms of textual transmission, the creative tensions inherent in the relationship between old and new, past and present, and master and student.
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Contributors: Clíodhna Carney, Darragh Greene, Karen Hodder, Erik Kooper, Francis Leneghan, Frances McCormack, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Brendan O'Connell, Niamh Pattwell, John J. Thompson.
Karen Hodder, now retired, lectured in the Department of English and Related Literature, University of York. Brendan O’Connell lectures on Medieval Literature at the School of English, Trinity College Dublin.