The Literature of Unlikeness.
Incidental references to PPl. the “land of unlikeness” (i.e., separation from the image of God) is represented in the opening image of the field of folk, and, more distinctly, in the “land of longing” to which Fortune carries the dreamer. Imaginatif’s criticism of Will’s versifying (B.12.16) is linked to a tradition stemming from Augustine and Boethius.
Hanover, NH, and London: University Press of New England, 1988.