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The Serpent and the Rose: The Immaculate Conception and Hispanic Poetry in the Late Medieval Period

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Drawing on scholastic defence of the Immaculate Conception and on liturgies in medieval Iberia, this book examines how poets took apocryphal stories and biblical figures, like Eve confronting the serpent, to express how Mary was preserved from original sin.

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