1. "And have they fixed the where and when?": temporal clause placement in Ælfric's Lives of Saints
  2. Ruth Waterhouse
  3. pp. 25-55
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  1. The primary reception of the works of Notker the German.
  2. D.H. Green
  3. pp. 57-78
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  1. Oral performance, writing, and the textual tradition of the medieval epic in the romance languages: the example of the Song of Roland
  2. J.J. Duggan
  3. pp. 79-95
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  1. The interaction of oral and written traditions in twelfth-century Old French verse romances
  2. W. Ann Trindade
  3. pp. 97-109
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  1. The oaths of the leaders of the First Crusade to Emperor Alexius I Comnenus: fealty, homage - πίστις, δουλεία
  2. J.H. Pryor
  3. pp. 111-141
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  1. Orality and literacy in the music of the Middle Ages
  2. Leo Treitler
  3. pp. 143-174
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  1. The development of the Italian Book of Hours
  2. Margaret M. Manion
  3. pp. 175-184
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  1. "Impediments" in Shakespeare's Sonnet 116
  2. T.G.A. Nelson
  3. pp. 185-189
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  1. Ulysses on "Degree" - Shakespeare's doctrine of political order?
  2. Tom Burvill
  3. pp. 191-203
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  1. As much modesty as cunning"; Maurice Scève's use of a Renaissance commonplace in the escort sonnets to Microcosme
  2. Barbara Garlick
  3. pp. 205-214
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  1. The Monsters and the Critics and Other Essays (review)
  2. L.J. Downer
  3. pp. 215-216
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  1. Malory's Grail Quest. Invention and Adaptation in Medieval Prose Romance (review)
  2. G.R. Simes
  3. pp. 216-220
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