John M. Hill

John M. Hill is a professor of English Language and Literature at the U. S. Naval Academy. Recently he has written The Cultural World in Beowulf (Toronto, 1995) and The Anglo-Saxon Warrior Ethic (Florida, 2000). His publications on Chaucer include Chaucerian Belief: The Poetics of Reverence and Delight (Yale, 1991). Currently he is working on the question of quality in the aesthetics of Anglo-Saxon art and literature, as well as on a study of friendship, love, and politics in Chaucer and Shakespeare.

Articles by John M. Hill

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