Meditations on the Historical Production of Spaces

Torn Apart by Mice

For this year’s Festival of Medieval Readings, I’ve chosen a brief passage from William of Malmesbury’s Gesta Regnum Agnlorum, where a William recounts a story about a man who was torn apart by mice.  In the festive spirit of the event, I’ve drawn up some illustrations and made a children’s book out of the story, which I’ll read at the festival like a bedtime story.  Here is a flipbook version of the booklet (give it a moment to load).


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