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  Volume 34, 2012

Table of Contents

Articles

Names of the Beasts: Tracking the Animot in Medieval Texts

pp. 1-51
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Calling: Langland, Gower, and Chaucer on Saint Paul

pp. 53-97
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Conduct Shameful and Unshameful in The Franklin’s Tale

pp. 99-139
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Selling Alys: Reading (with) the Wife of Bath

pp. 141-171
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Chaucer and the Oxford Renaissance of Anglo-Latin Rhetoric

pp. 173-207
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John Lydgate Reads The Clerk’s Tale

pp. 209-246
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Desire Out of Order and Undo Your Door

pp. 247-275
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Penitential Discourse in Hoccleve’s Series

pp. 277-305
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Colloquium: Animalia

Introduction

pp. 309-310
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The Animals That Therefore They Were: Some Chaucerian Animal/Human Relationships

pp. 311-317
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Cat, Capon, and Pig in The Summoner’s Tale

pp. 319-324
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“rather be used / than be eaten”?: Harry Bailly’s Animals and The Nun’s Priest’s Tale

pp. 325-330
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The Animals of the Hunt and the Limits of Chaucer’s Sympathies

pp. 331-337
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“We stryve as dide the houndes for the boon”: Animals and Chaucer’s Romance Vision

pp. 339-344
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Ridiculous Mourning: Dead Pets and Lost Humans

pp. 345-349
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The Werewolf’s Indifference

pp. 351-356
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Responses

pp. 357-358
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Reviews

Salvation and Sin: Augustine, Langland, and Fourteenth-Century Theology (review)

pp. 359-361
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Feeling Persecuted: Christians, Jews and Images of Violence in the Middle Ages (review)

pp. 362-365
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Filming the Middle Ages (review)

pp. 365-368
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Geoffrey Chaucer (review)

pp. 368-371
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Medieval Alliterative Poetry: Essays in Honour of Thorlac Turville-Petre (review)

pp. 371-374
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The Call to Read: Reginald Pecock’s Books and Textual Communities (review)

pp. 374-377
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John Gower: Poems on Contemporary Events: The Visio Anglie (1381) and Cronica tripertita, and: John Gower, Trilingual Poet: Language, Translation, and Tradition (review)

pp. 377-380
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Twentieth-Century Chaucer Criticism: Reading Audiences (review)

pp. 380-383
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Chaucer and Italian Textuality (review)

pp. 384-387
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Artisans and Narrative Craft in Late Medieval England (review)

pp. 387-390
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The Cambridge Companion to Allegory (review)

pp. 390-393
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The Claims of Poverty: Literature, Culture, and Ideology in Late Medieval England (review)

pp. 393-396
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The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive (review)

pp. 396-401
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The Neighboring Text: Chaucer, Boccaccio, Henryson (review)

pp. 401-404
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Sacred and Profane in Chaucer and Late Medieval Literature: Essays in Honour of John V. Fleming (review)

pp. 404-406
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The Legacy of Apollo: Antiquity, Authority, and Chaucerian Poetics (review)

pp. 406-409
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Image, Text, and Religious Reform in Fifteenth-Century England (review)

pp. 409-412
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Serious Play: Desire and Authority in the Poetry of Ovid, Chaucer, and Ariosto (review)

pp. 412-416
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Crafting Jewishness in Medieval England: Legally Absent, Virtually Present (review)

pp. 416-419
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Quoting Speech in Early English (review)

pp. 419-422
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John Mirk’s “Festial”: Edited from British Library MS Cotton Claudius A.II (review)

pp. 423-426
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The York Mystery Plays: Performance in the City (review)

pp. 426-429
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Ethics and Enjoyment in Late Medieval Poetry: Love After Aristotle (review)

pp. 429-431
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Under the Hammer: Iconoclasm in the Anglo-American Tradition (review)

pp. 431-435
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Imaginings of Time in Lydgate and Hoccleve’s Verse (review)

pp. 435-438
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Gender and Power in Medieval Exegesis (review)

pp. 438-441
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Strong Women: Life, Text, and Territory, 1347–1645 (review)

pp. 441-444
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The Lost History of “Piers Plowman” (review)

pp. 444-448
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Books Received

pp. 449-451
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography, 2010

pp. 453-550
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Index

pp. 551-556
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Research Areas

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