1. Chaucer’s Pentameter: Linguistics, Statistics, and History
  2. Martin J. Duffell
  3. pp. 135-160
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  1. Anxious Love and Disordered Urine: The Englishing of Amor Hereos in Henry Daniel’s Liber uricrisiarum
  2. Jake Walsh Morrissey
  3. pp. 161-183
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  1. “Thou wolt make . . . thyn hed to ake”: A Post-Chaucerian Treatment for Madness in Christine de Pizan’s Chemin de long estude
  2. Katie Robison
  3. pp. 184-203
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  1. Proverbial Fools and Rival Wisdom: Lydgate’s Order of Fools and Marcolf
  2. Misty Schieberle
  3. pp. 204-227
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  1. John Lydgate’s “Mumming at Windsor”: Clothilda, Women’s Steadfastness, and Lancastrian Rule
  2. Karen A. Winstead
  3. pp. 228-243
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  1. Reality as Dream: Hoccleve’s Daydreaming Mind
  2. Hisashi Sugito
  3. pp. 244-263
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