||Snow 2007rn"K. Makes good use of the Univ. of Kentucky's acquisition of the CSM facsimile  by penning this elegant appreciation of its worth and importance. The set piece in this account — designed for the non-specialist but which can be enjoyed by the specialist as well — is a new portrayal of CSM 42 (given in the English trans. of K. Kulp-Hill) in which K.'s exposition evokes convincingly the happy union of folklore with text, illustration, and musical accompaniment. The reader is provided with two ways in which to assess the CSM: as a signal contribution to the medieval Marian tradition, and as a personal monument in the spiritual trajectory of king Alfonso."