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  Number 3, 1985

Table of Contents

Bede and Anglo-Saxon Paganism

pp. 1-29

Utterance instructions in the Anglo-Saxon charms

pp. 31-37

The Aght'amar wall paintings: some new observations

pp. 39-51

Count Caloain's Courting of Enide

pp. 53-62

The Originality of the Anglo-Norman Hospitallers' Riwle

pp. 63-72

The woman who knows: Female characters of Eyrbyggja Saga

pp. 73-91

The Lovers' swoons in Troilus and Criseyde

pp. 93-106

The structure of literary response in Chaucerian texts

pp. 107-114

Thomas More's Epigrammata: political theory in a poetic idiom

pp. 115-129

The conflict of common law and canon law in early sixteenth-century England: Richard Hunne revisited

pp. 131-145

The maturing of romance in The Winter's Tale

pp. 147-162

"Edified by the margent": dramaturgical evidence in Jonson's Masques

pp. 163-172


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