Cambria Press congratulates Nickolas Haydock on the excellent review of his book,Situational Poetics in Robert Henryson’s The Testament of Cresseid, which Enarratio has lauded for being “a sophisticated and nuanced study of one of Scotland’s greatest poets and should prove engaging and invaluable to anyone studying the literature of late-medieval Britain.” The journal review has also declared that “all in all, Haydock’s book takes its position alongside the very best studies of Robert Henryson and eclipses most if not all of them.”
This book will be important for collections on Scotland, late medieval literature, literary history, the Chaucerian tradition, literary translation, Virgilianism and the classical tradition, Shakespeare, tragedy, medievalism, as well as feminist, psychoanalytical and anthropological approaches to literature.
Nickolas Haydock is also the general editor of the Cambria Studies in Classicism, Orientalism, and Medievalism book series.
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