By D. Vance Smith (NHC Fellow, 1998–99)
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003
From the publisher’s description:
An innovative work of both economic anthropology and literary history, Arts of Possession draws on philosophical, theoretical, literary, historical, and archival sources and insights to situate the household at the center of the social and cultural imagination of fourteenth-century England.
SubjectsHistory / Economics / Literary Criticism / Middle Ages / Homes / Ownership / English History /
Smith, D. Vance (NHC Fellow, 1998–99). Arts of Possession: The Middle English Household Imaginary. Medieval Cultures. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003.