Love Locked Out
A survey of love, licence and restriction in the Middle Ages
Celugh, JamesPublisher: Tandem, London, United Kingdom
Year Published: 1967 First Published: 1963
Resource Type: Book
A study of the irrepressible sexuality of the Middle Ages, describing the attempts of the church to impose a morality on libidinous medieval society, and shows how they were frustrated at every turn.
Table of Contents
The Fool Cult
The Fool Proper
Students as 'Fools'
Cowls and Coifs
Lords of Misrule
The Case of Gilles de Rais
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