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The Arts of Friendship

The Idealization of Friendship in Medieval and Early Renaissance Literature

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This comparative study focuses on literary representations in selected texts of three categories of ideal friendship — Christian, chivalric, and humanistic — and the writers' strategies for establishing the ethical authority of their model friends on a par with antiquity's <i>amici perfecti</i>.

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