Cracking the Penile Code: Reading Gender and Conquest in the Alliterative "Morte Arthure"
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.
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Bartlett, Anne Clark, "Cracking the Penile Code: Reading Gender and Conquest in the Alliterative "Morte Arthure"" (1998). SIAS Faculty Publications. 662.
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