Medieval Marriage. Symbolism and Society.
Oxford University Press, 2005. 334p. Hardback. [d'Avray's] arguments on specific points are entirely convincing. He knows this material better than anyone, and he has taken care to set it out so that the reader can evaluate the argument. The appendix of documents, eighty pages of newly edited material from sermons, canon law quaestiones, letters and court cases is very valuable ... Anyone with a serious interest in medieval marriage, or medieval sermon studies, or indeed the transmission of knowledge in the Middle Ages, will need to read it. Ruth Mazo Karras, Reviews in History 13/01/2006 (Publisher's information).