Martin J. Duffell


THE authors of medieval texts, as Michel Garcia notes (1978: 48), intended them to be read, or sung, aloud: when books were rare and expensive and literacy limited, reading silently and alone was a luxury. Many of the medieval Hispanic texts that have survived are in verse, and their authors made this choice for a number of reasons.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/rhythmica.13131

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