Georgian secular literature is almost as untrodden a field as Georgian theological production during the Middle Ages. While rather more secular texts have been published, only one of these has come out in a critical edition 1 and a number of the most important documents have been handled in a manner that is lamentably inadequate. What has been written on the subject is widely scattered, veiled in recondite tongues, and most of the studies have been distorted by being seen through nationalist spectacles.
Blake R. P. (1933). Georgian Secular Literature: Epic, Romance, and Lyric (1100-1800). Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature.
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