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Elizabeth A. R. Brown, “The Tyranny of a Construct: Feudalism and Historians of Medieval Europe,” The American Historical Review 79:4 (1974): 1063-1088.
Marcus Bull, Thinking Medieval: An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.)
Megan Cook, “Dirtbag Medievalism.”
Umberto Eco, “Return to the Middle Ages,” in Travels in Hyperreality (Harcourt, 1986), 59-86.
Andrew B.R. Elliott, Remaking the Middle Ages: The Methods of Cinema and History in Portraying the Medieval World (McFarland & Co., 2011.)
Michael Galchinsky, “Otherness and Identity in the Victorian Novel,” in Victorian Literary Cultures: A Critical Companion, eds. W. Baker and K. Womack (Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002), 403-420.
Joanne Parker and Corinna Wagner, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Victorian Medievalism (Oxford University Press, 2020.)
Larry Scanlon, "Introduction." American Literary History 22:4 (2010): 715-23.
Sir Walter Scott, Ivanhoe.
Ivanhoe and the Modern Middle Ages
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