and the nobility developed an intricate w e b of mutual dependence, punctuated with conflicts and disputes. The result is a valuable, if fragmentary, picture of the complex ways in which medieval society worked, and a strong incentive for further explorations of this kind. Toby Burrows Scholars' Centre The University of Western Australia Utz, Richard and Shippey, T o m eds., Medievalism in the Modern World, Essays in Honour of Leslie J. Workman (Making the Middle Ages 1), Turnhout, Brepols, 1998, board; pp. xiv, 452; 1 b/w illustration; R R P not known; ISBN 2-503-50166-2. Though of relatively recent origin (its flagship journal, Studies in Mediev was founded in 1976) the idea of medievalism has become so familiar a part of literary studies that it is difficult to realise what an original concept it was and h o w m u c h it had to struggle to penetrate the academic world. This new anthology of articles, a festschrift for the m a n w h o apparently had the idea in thefirstplace, Leslie J. Workman, offers a welcome opportunity to pause and reflect on the beginnings of medievalism and its current vitality. The five sections into which
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