Visitors' book

Comments

23/03/2012

Alison (Bodleian Libraries)

Dear Al,

Thanks for your comment. We have added this information to the visitor information page and I can confirm that the exhibition room is wheelchair accessible. Best wishes.

17/03/2012

Al

I'm having trouble finding out whether this exhibition is wheelchair-accessible - could you put up something in the visitor information?

03/03/2012

Patrick

This was great - I particularly enjoyed learning about the material and visual aspects of the romance tradition!

28/02/2012

Liz Riman

Absolutely beautiful! It is incredible to see such icon texts in the flesh and to imagine the hands that made them. I am thoroughly enjoying the book too!

25/02/2012

Sabrina W

Being able to see medieval books and artifacts as well as reading about their stories made the exhibition really come to life. It was Dr. Perkins' enthusiasm though that inspired me - feeling more confident about writing contextual aspects for the 'As You Like It' part of my exam now!

24/02/2012

Nina Harrison

A very interesting exhibition. It really opened my imagination as I found the variety of medieval romance stories compelling and both the exhibition and discussion with Nicholas Perkins gave me a great insight and understanding into how these stories inspired many great writers such as Shakespeare.

07/02/2012

The British Library

You can read more about the Gawain manuscript here:

http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/digitisedmanuscripts/2012/02/sir-gawain-and-the-romance-of-the-middle-ages.html#tp

04/02/2012

ZES

Wonderful exhibition. It was really special to see Cotton Nero A.x. I found the whole place really exciting

29/01/2012

Aisling

This is a really brilliant exhibition - fascinating and beautifully presented. It was particularly exciting to see the manuscript of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight!

26/01/2012

LM

Monty Python, William Morris and Chaucer in one exhibition? What's not to like!

26/01/2012

Ben C

A fantastic exhibition!