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'A Fox is a Fox is a Fox... ' The Fox and the Wolf Reconsidered

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Abstract
The Middle English The Fox and the Wolf is the first piece of evidence that 'Renart' had crossed the 'linguistic channel' which separated the Anglo-Norman nobility from their English subjects. The article argues that the poet tries to take into account his audience's likely unfamiliarity with the scurrilous beast-epic hero by linking his poem with the already familiar traditions of the beast tale, the beast fable, as well as The Physiologus and the bestiary.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 1996

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