1. The Case of the Hooked-g Scribe(s) and the Production of Middle English Literature, c. 1460–c. 1490
  2. Daniel w. Mosser, Linne R. Mooney
  3. pp. 131-150
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  1. The Illuminators of the Hooked-g Scribe(s) and the Production of Middle English Literature, c. 1460–c. 1490
  2. Holly James-Maddocks
  3. pp. 151-186
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  1. “Buried in an Herte”: French Poetics and the Ends of Genre in Chaucer’s Complaint unto Pity
  2. Cynthia A. Rogers
  3. pp. 187-208
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  1. Translating Lady Philosophy: Chaucer and the Boethian Corpus of Cambridge, University Library MS Ii. 3. 21
  2. Melinda E. Nielsen
  3. pp. 209-226
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  1. The Myth of Retrospection: Syon Abbey and the Futurity of Lancastrian Legitimation
  2. Tekla Bude
  3. pp. 227-247
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  1. Multi-Dimensional Reading in Two Manuscripts of Troilus and Criseyde
  2. Sarah Baechle
  3. pp. 248-268
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