restricted access   Volume 29, 2007

Table of Contents

The Presidential Address

New Chaucer Topographies

pp. 3-19
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The Biennial Chaucer Lecture

For the Birds

pp. 23-41
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Articles

Chaucer’s Volumes: Toward a New Model of Literary History in the Canterbury Tales

pp. 43-85
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Future Perfect: The Augustinian Theology of Perfection and the Canterbury Tales

pp. 87-140
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The Gender of Song in Chaucer

pp. 141-182
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Chaucer’s Pardoner and Host—On the Road, in the Alehouse

pp. 183-223
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Affective Politics in Chaucer’s Reeve’s Tale: “Cherl” Masculinity after 1381

pp. 225-258
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Chaucer’s Dorigen and Boccaccio’s Female Voices

pp. 259-292
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Some New Light on Thomas Hoccleve

pp. 293-340
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The Professional: Thomas Hoccleve

pp. 341-373
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English Poetry, July–October 1399, and Lancastrian Crime

pp. 375-418
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Newfangled Readers in Gower’s “Apollonius of Tyre”

pp. 419-464
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Reviews

Eating Beauty: The Eucharist and the Spiritual Arts of the Middle Ages by Ann W. Astell (review)

pp. 465-467
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Chaucer, Ethics, and Gender by Alcuin Blamires (review)

pp. 467-470
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Chaucer and the City ed. by Ardis Butterfield (review)

pp. 470-473
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Performing Polity: Women and Agency in the Anglo-French Tradition, 1385–1620 by Carolyn P. Collette (review)

pp. 473-475
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Sources and Analogues of The Canterbury Tales, Vol. 2 ed. by Robert M. Correale, Mary Hamel (review)

pp. 476-479
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The Judaic Other in Dante, the Gawain Poet, and Chaucer by Catherine C. Cox (review)

pp. 479-482
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Ovid’s Art and the Wife of Bath: The Ethics of Erotic Violence by Marilyn Desmond (review)

pp. 482-485
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Chaucer: An Oxford Guide ed. by Steve Ellis (review)

pp. 485-489
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An Anatomy of Trade in Medieval Writing: Value, Consent, and Community by Lianna Farber (review)

pp. 489-492
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John Mirk’s “Festial”: Orthodoxy, Lollardy, and the Common People in Fourteenth-Century England by Judy Ann Ford (review)

pp. 492-495
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The Chaucerian Apocrypha: A Selection ed. by Kathleen Forni, and: Chaucerian Dream Visions and Complaints ed. by Dana M. Symons (review)

pp. 495-499
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Order of the Garter by Francis Ingledew (review)

pp. 499-502
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The Spectral Jew: Conversion and Embodiment in Medieval Europe by Steven F. Kruger (review)

pp. 502-504
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Caxton’s Trace: Studies in the History of English Printing ed. by William Kuskin (review)

pp. 505-508
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Angels on the Edge of the World: Geography, Literature, and English Community, 1000–1534 by Kathy Lavezzo (review)

pp. 508-511
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The Yale Companion to Chaucer ed. by Seth Lerer (review)

pp. 511-514
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Confession and Resistance: Defining the Self in Late Medieval England by Katherine C. Little (review)

pp. 514-517
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Heterosyncrasies: Female Sexuality When Normal Wasn’t by Karma Lochrie (review)

pp. 517-520
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Sources of the Boece ed. by Tim William Machan (review)

pp. 520-523
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Hunting Law and Ritual in Medieval English Literature by William Perry Marvin (review)

pp. 523-525
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Medieval Go-Betweens and Chaucer’s Pandarus by Gretchen Mieszkowski (review)

pp. 526-528
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Ethics and Exemplary Narrative in Chaucer and Gower by J. Allan Mitchell (review)

pp. 528-531
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John Lydgate’s “Fall of Princes”: Narrative Tragedy in Its Literary and Political Contexts by Nigel Mortimer (review)

pp. 531-534
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Love and Ethics in Gower’s Confessio Amantis by Peter Nicholson (review)

pp. 534-536
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John Lydgate and the Making of Public Culture by Maura Nolan (review)

pp. 536-539
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The Laborer’s Two Bodies: Labor and the “Work” of the Text in Medieval Britain, 1350–1500 by Kellie Robertson (review)

pp. 539-542
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John Lydgate: Poetry, Culture, and Lancastrian England ed. by Larry Scanlon, James Simpson (review)

pp. 542-545
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The Oxford English Literary History, Volume 2, 1350–1547: Reform and Cultural Revolution by James Simpson (review)

pp. 545-548
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Textual Subjectivity: The Encoding of Subjectivity in Medieval Narratives and Lyrics by A. C. Spearing (review)

pp. 548-551
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Politique: Languages of Statecraft between Chaucer and Shakespeare by Paul Strohm (review)

pp. 551-554
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Chaucer’s Agents: Cause and Representation in Chaucerian Narrative by Carolynn Van Dyke (review)

pp. 554-557
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Premodern Places: Calais to Surinam, Chaucer to Aphra Behn by David Wallace (review)

pp. 557-559
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Books Received

pp. 561-564
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 2005

pp. 565-566
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Classifications

pp. 567-568
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Abbreviations of Chaucer’s Works

pp. 569-571
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Periodical Abbreviations

pp. 573-577
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Bibliographical Citations and Annotations

pp. 579-653
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Author Index—Bibliography

pp. 655-660
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Program, Fifteenth International Congress

pp. 663-685
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Index

pp. 687-701
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