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Chaucer's Gifts - Robert Epstein

Chaucer's Gifts - Robert Epstein

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Mae Robert Epstein yn defnyddio theori anthropoleg economaidd i archwilio straeon The Canterbury Tales, gan ddangos bod cyfnewid rhoddion mor gyffredin â phrynu nwyddau ym myd Chaucer, a bod perthnasau cymdeithasol mor bwysig ag arian a marchnata.

English Description: Chaucer's Gifts applies the theoretical approaches of economic anthropology to The Canterbury Tales, to show that in Chaucer's world the exchange of gifts is as prevalent as the purchase of commodities, and that social relations are as important as money and the market.

ISBN: 9781786831699

Awdur/Author: Robert Epstein

Cyhoeddwr/Publisher: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press

Dyddiad Cyhoeddi/Publication Date: 2018-03-16

Tudalennau/Pages: 262

Iaith/Language: EN

Argaeledd/Availability: Available

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