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  2. Lynn Staley
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  1. Beyond Rome: Mapping Gender and Justice in The Man of Law’s Tale
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  1. What Chaucer’s Language Is
  2. Christopher Cannon
  3. pp. 301-308
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  1. Chaucer and the Future of Language Study
  2. Ralph Hanna
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  1. The New Medievalization of Chaucer
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  1. Faith, Ethics and Church: Writing in England, 1360–1409 by David Aers (review)
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  2. Katherine Little
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  2. Mark Allen, Bege K. Bowers
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  1. An Introduction to the Canterbury Tales: Reading, Fiction, Context by Helen Phillips (review)
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  1. Abbreviations of Chaucer’s Works
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