Title

Cracking the Penile Code: Reading Gender and Conquest in the Alliterative "Morte Arthure"

Publication Date

1998

Document Type

Article

Abstract

The Alliterative "Morte d'Arthur" encompasses a wide range of erotic configurations that derive meaning by conflating the languages of love and war. This essay examines the poem's representations of late medieval English erotic practices and codes.

Publication Title

Arthuriana

Volume

8

Issue

2

First Page

56

Last Page

76

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