Aelfric and the Cult of Saints in Late Anglo-Saxon England

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NourbeSe Philip in "Assembling Alternatives", Romana Huk (ed), Wesleyan Univ Press, 2003 "The poem simulates a lyrical I whose ghostliness scares away the old hermeneutic attitudes that, having become second nature, have attached themselves to the aftermath of tradition", Anselm Haverkamp, "Poetic Contruction and Hermeneutic Tradition" "Who was this 'I' speaking? On the other hand, we should pay tribute to him that he was able to grasp the problem at the junction of qualitative conversions, mass and field, and only a few people have this rare quality.

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