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New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008

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This book is an innovative study of humour and the body in Juan Ruiz's Libro de Buen Amor (1330), using modern analytical techniques to examine the place of the Libro's bawdy and grotesque in relation to secular and sacred culture.

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Sex, Scandal, and Sermon in Fourteenth-Century Spain: Juan Ruiz's Libro de Buen Amor (The New Middle Ages). Juan Ruiz's "Libro de Buen Amor" (1330/1343) is a lively and challenging medieval classic that ranks alongside the works of Dante and Chaucer. Haywood examines the place of the bawdy and the grotesque in the "Libro de Buen Amor" in relation to secular and sacred culture.

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A new study of the 14th-century narrative poem Libro de Buen Amor explores how its earthy tales of failed love are shaped by humour. I have re-positioned Juan Ruiz’s Libro in relation to broader trends in 14th-century culture, with a particular focus on the relationship between humour and scholasticism, the body, and visual culture. The medieval poem Libro de Buen Amor (‘The Book of Good Love’) by Juan Ruiz tells the story of 14 failed love affairs, combined with animal fables, sacred and profane lyrics, and doctrinal matters.

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This book is an innovative study of humour and the body in Juan Ruiz's Libro de Buen Amor (1330), using modern analytical techniques to examine the place of the Libro's bawdy and grotesque in relation to secular and sacred culture.