Morgan le Fay, Shapeshifter

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This study re-examines Morgan le Fay in early medieval and contemporary Arthurian sources, arguing that she embodies the concerns of each era even as she defies social and gender expectations. Hebert uses leFay as a lens to explore traditional ideas of femininity, monstrousness, resistance, identity, and social expectations for women and men alike.
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About the author

Jill M. Hebert is an assistant professor of English at the University of Saint Mary.
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Published on
Mar 12, 2013
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Fiction / General
History / Europe / General
History / General
Literary Criticism / Ancient & Classical
Literary Criticism / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh
Literary Criticism / General
Literary Criticism / Medieval
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