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Index, Volume 47, 2012–2013
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Bahr, Arthur, and Alexandra Gillespie, Medieval English Manuscripts: Form, Aesthetics, and the Literary Text ................................. 346
Brantley, Jessica, Reading the Forms of Sir Thopas ................................... 416
Battles, Dominique, Reconquering England for the English in Havelok the Dane ................................................................................................ 187
Boboc, Andreea, Criseyde’s Descriptions and the Ethics of Feminine Experience ........................................................................................... 63
Burrow, J. A., Versions of “Manliness” in the Poetry of Chaucer, Langland, and Hoccleve .................................................................................... 337
Cartlidge, Neil, Wayward Sons and Failing Fathers: Chaucer’s Moralistic Paternalism—And a Possible Source for the Cook’s Tale ............ 134
Farrell, ThomasJ., Editors and Scribes in Two Clerk’s Tale Cruxes ............................................................................................. 300
Fein, Susanna, andDavidRaybin, About This Issue ....................................... 343
Green, RichardFirth, Why Marquis Walter Treats His Wife So Badly ..................................................................................... 48
Harkins, Jessica, Chaucer’s Clerk’s Tale and Boccaccio’s Decameron X.10 .................................................................................................... 247
Horner, PatrickJ., FSC, To “speken in amphibologies”: Reading Troilus and Criseyde, Book V, 763 ....................................................... 84
Horobin, Simon, Compiling the Canterbury Tales in Fifteenth-Century Manuscripts ........................................................................ 372
Marelj, Jelena, The Philosophical Entente of Particulars: Criseyde as Nominalist In Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde ........................................... 206
Miller, T. S., Chaucer Abroad, Chaucer at Home: MS Arch. Selden B. 24 as the “Scottish Ellesmere” ............................................................ 25
Nolan, Maura, Medieval Habit, Modern Sensation: Reading Manuscripts in the Digital Age ......................................................................... 465
Otis-Cour, Leah, True Lover/False Lover, franquise/dete: Dichotomies in the Franklin’s Tale and Their Analogue in Richard de Fournival’s Consaus d’amours......................................................... 161
Phillips, Noelle, Seeing Red: Reading Rubrication in Oxford, Corpus Christi College MS 201’s Piers Plowman.......................................... 439
Raby, Michael, The Clerk’s Tale and the Forces of Habit............................. 223
Rust, Martha, Blood and Tears as Ink: Writing the Pictorial Sense of the Text ................................................................................. 390
Schwebel, Leah, Redressing Griselda: Restoration through Translation in the Clerk’s Tale ........................................................................... 274
Smith, D. Vance, The Inhumane Wonder of the Book ......................................... 361
Shuffelton, George G., Chaucerian Obscenity in the Court of Public Opinion ........................................................................................ 1
Turner, Marion, Thomas Usk and John Ardenne ......................................... 95
von Nolcken, Christina, “Penny Poet” Chaucer, or Chaucer and the “Penny Dreadfuls” ................................................................................ 107
Weiskott, Eric, Chaucer the Forester: The Friar’s Tale, Forest History, and Officialdom ....................................................................... 323
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"Index, Volume 47, 2012–2013." The Chaucer Review 47.4 (2013): 477-478. Project MUSE. Web. 21 Apr. 2013. <http://muse.jhu.edu/>.
(2013). Index, Volume 47, 2012–2013. The Chaucer Review 47(4), 477-478. Penn State University Press. Retrieved April 21, 2013, from Project MUSE database.
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