'Miri Rubin writes with a lithe and subtle forcefulness … a work of originality, learning and imagination.' The Times Literary Supplement
'The avowed aim of Dr Rubin's book is to decode the eucharistic language used by theologians and the rituals of eucharistic worship in the later middle ages … an erudite and lively study.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
A paperback edition of Miri Rubin's highly successful study of later medieval culture seen through its central symbol, the eucharist.