René Weis (b. 1953) is professor of English literature at University College, London. and the author of numerous scholarly publications. Among his books are: The Yellow Cross and Criminal Justice: The True Story of Edith Thompson. He lives in London.
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The Yellow Cross, (2000)Edit
Weis, René. 2000. The Yellow Cross. Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN 0-375-40490-2
- The perception of time among these mostly illiterate thirteenth-century inhabitants of Languedoc may at first strike the twentieth-century reader as vague at best. They did not always know exactly how old they were, and their sense of history was strictly local.
- p. 19