English Kingship, Chivalry and Literature
This chapter discusses the case of chivalry and English kingship, emphasizing their differences. It investigates the particularities of English political and social circumstances. Legal records show that the knightly violence so widespread in chivalric literature was practised in everyday life, with serious consequences for public order.
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