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Ealy Publishes Peer-reviewed Book Chapter
Nicholas Ealy, assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, A&S, published the chapter "Born Under the Sign of Venus: Phantasmatic Desire and the Woman-Who-Never-Was in the Libro de buen amor" in the peer-reviewed volume Sexuality, Sociality and Cosmology in Medieval Literary Texts by Palgrave-Macmillan in its New Middle Ages series.
In the chapter, Ealy examines the connection present in the 14th-century Spanish masterpiece the Libro de buen amor (Book of Good Love) between the main character’s uncontrollable desire to love and the portrait of an ideal woman given to him one night by the God of Love. Ealy argues that the portrait serves as a catalyst for an exploration upon the nature and limits of desire and, in turn, comes to embody a meditation on the main character’s (and ultimately the reader’s) search for fulfillment in life and love.