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medieval

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of, relating to, or in the style of the Middle Ages
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that you would not attempt to defend my mediaevalisms, which were absurd, but rather say that there was enough good in the works to give assurance that these were merely superficial.
And what is still less defensible, by God, is the mediaevalism of our present approach; the endless reprinting, with superstitious reverence, of books like Lenin's Materialism, without the slightest attempt to develop Marxism, to use it as a science instead of a revelation from Heaven
You will be interested in it, not merely as a piece of technical literature, but because of its quaintness of expression, its naive attention to detail, its exuberance of piety, its flavor of mediaevalism," he wrote.
The very idea of reworking Dante's text echoes Romantic mediaevalism.
It is this last point which links us up with the central purpose of the series, Making the Middle Ages, to open up mediaevalism to 'a more general readership', explaining existing scholarship's influence on England, mainland Europe and North America to the present.
The PRB is to Ford both a collection of monuments and hopelessly in thrall to lush mediaevalism, failing "to engage successfully with the contemporary world" (60).