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  Number 4, 1986

Table of Contents

Byzantine iconoclasm as a problem in art history

pp. 1-18

Tristan and Wis and Ramin — the last word?

pp. 19-28

The manuscript of Stephen of Lexington: letters from Ireland 1228-29

pp. 29-34

Music or Literary Text?: Two ways of looking at the thirteenth-century French motet.

pp. 35-47

Sir Gawain and St Winifred: hagiography and miracle in West Mercia

pp. 49-64

Why misfortune happens in Le Morte Darthur

pp. 65-72

The Misfortunes of Philomel

pp. 73-86

The prosodic significance of Donne's "accidentals"

pp. 87-101

Reported speech in medieval German narratives

pp. 103-116

Drama and its intellectual climate: the roles of Mary and Christ in some German miracle and eschatological plays

pp. 117-133

The physical deformities of Anne Boleyn and Richard III: myth and reality

pp. 135-153

The rule of law?: The laity, English archdeacons' courts and the Reformation to 1558.

pp. 155-173

Philosophical controversies among the Greek exiles in Italy in the fifteenth century

pp. 175-200


Mediaeval Kingship (review)

pp. 201-203

Women Writers of the Middle Ages: A Critical Study of Texts from Perpetua (d.203) to Marguerite Porete (d.1310) (review)

pp. 203-205

Darkness and Devils: Exorcism and 'King Lear' (review)

pp. 205-208

Anthony and Cleopatra, and: Hamlet (review)

p. 208

The Forgotten Sky: A Guide to Astrology in English Literature (review)

pp. 209-211

Lectures Scéviennes: L'emblème et les mots (review)

pp. 211-213

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