Sodom in the Anglo-Saxon Imagination
Sodom in the Anglo-Saxon Imagination is a scholarly, but accessible, study exploring the way the biblical story of the Sodomites was recast and alluded to in texts and art of Anglo-Saxon England.
From the great writers of the period, such as Bede and Ælfric, through poetry and penitentials, to the artist of the Hexateuch, the narrative of the attempted mass rape of Lot and his angelic guests was a story which resurfaced in extraordinary ways.
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