Families of the King: Writing Identity in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

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This study examines how the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle performs as a historical source for the period from the 9th to 12th century. The fact that the Chronicle is so often dipped into has given the impression that it is a corpus of disparate texts, something which is critiqued in this book.

Families of the King: Writing Identity in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 2004, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780802089847

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