Privacy and Solitude: The Medieval Discovery of Personal Space

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This book traces the development of the concept and desirability of privacy in the Middle Ages, from the lives of monks, nuns and hermits, to the private chambers and gardens of the nobility, as well as the rise of private devotional practice and learning.

Privacy and Solitude: The Medieval Discovery of Personal Space 2007, Hambledon & London, New York

ISBN-13: 9781852854799

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