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    David Aers
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Ralph Hanna, David Aers. Published: 1 January 2003. in The Yearbook of English Studies. The Yearbook of English Studies, Volume 33; doi:10. Keywords: medieval literature, Derek Pearsall, historical inquiry, honour, essays.

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David Roland Aers (born 3 October 1946) is James B. Duke Professor of English, historical theology and religion at Duke University. He has published widely on literature, sacramental culture and ideology in medieval and Renaissance England. After attending Tonbridge School he went up to Queens' College, Cambridge, where he played first-class cricket as a left-arm spin bowler for Cambridge University from 1966 to 1968. He earned his doctorate at the University of York.

David Aers works especially on medieval and early modern literature, theology, ecclesiology and politics in England. His publications range from studies of Augustine to studies of early 19th century writing and culture. Beckwith, S. Absent Presences: Resurrection Theatre in York.

Medieval Literature and Historical Inquiry: Essays in Honor of Derek Pearsall. Cambridge: Brewer, 2000. Complete Bibliography. A complete up-to-date bibliography of Derek Pearsall's published work.

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Rochester, NY, Woodbridge. ENxxx: Further Explorations in Medieval Literature I. Section: Pearl. Next: Chaucer and the imaginary world of fame. Previous: The Gawain-poet: a critical study.

Piers Plowman, like all medieval poems, comes to us in manuscript, and these fifty-odd surviving medieval books present us with nearly all the . Medieval Literature and Historical Inquiry: Essays in Honour of Derek Pearsall. January 2003 · The Yearbook of English Studies.

Medieval Literature and Historical Inquiry: Essays in Honour of Derek Pearsall.

Critical historicist readings engage with the politics and ethics of selected medieval texts, addressing a wide range of literature and topics of enquiry: Langland, Chaucer, and the Pearl-poet, Malory and the York Corpus Christi plays; chivalric cultures, their forms of identity and mourning; and the politics, ethics and theology of some of the most fascinating writing in late medieval England. Intended as a tribute to Professor Derek Pearsall, and reflecting his major contribution to medieval literary criticism, they are an important addition to the critical and historical study of the period.DAVID AERS is James B. Duke Professor of English and Professor of Historical Theology at Duke University.