Pistel

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Pis´tel


n.1.An epistle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Drawing on readings of vernacular medieval texts including Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale and The Pistel of Swete Susan (anonymous) on false witness, sermons, and common law as well as postmodern critiques, Taylor (English, Bryn Mawr College) explores such practices as a framework for late medieval writers' examination of obligations and challenges to a community's authority, as in the case of Lollard heretics.
Camera (color, HD vid), Robin McLeod; editor, Wohl; original music, Ledenhed, Sorry; music supervisor, Mark Pistel; production designers, Peter Cavallero, Amy Sippos; costume designer, Dawn Walters; sound designers, Jeff Darby, Dave Nelson; assistant director, John Estes.