- Title Pages
- Part I Issues and Approaches
- 1 The Problem of Public Order and the Knights
- 2 Evidence on Chivalry and its Interpretation
- Part II The Link with Clergie
- 3 Knights and Piety
- 4 Clergie, Chevalerie, and Reform
- Part III The Link with Royauté
- 5 Chevalerie and Royauté
- 6 English Kingship, Chivalry and Literature
- Part IV The Ambivalent Force of Chivalry
- 7 The Privileged Practice of Violence: Worship of the Demi-god Prowess
- 8 Knighthood in Action
- 9 Social Dominance of Knights
- 10 Knights, Ladies, and Love
- 11 Chanson de Geste and Reform
- 12 Quest and Questioning in Romance
- 13 Chivalric Self-Criticism and Reform
- Chivalry and Violence in Medieval Europe
- Oxford University Press
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