Justice and the Social Context of Early Middle High German Literature
Routledge – 2001 – 176 pages
This book argues that far from preaching traditional, otherworldly ideals, the authors or these religious works were deeply engaged in the social, political, and spiritual issues that characterized the Holy Roman Empire at a time of radical transformation.
"A welcome addition to a relatively new, broadly conceived series of medieval "monographs by scholars in the early stages of their careers"." -- I
peculum April 2003
Robert G. Sullivan teaches at the University of Massachusettes at Amherst.