1. About This Issue
  2. David Raybin, Susanna Fein
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. Chaucer’s Poetics and Purposes in the Legend of Good Women
  2. Carolyn P. Collette
  3. pp. 12-28
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  1. Livy and Augustine as Negative Models in the Legend of Lucrece
  2. Leah Schwebel
  3. pp. 29-45
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  1. John Gower Copies Geoffrey Chaucer
  2. Andrew Cole
  3. pp. 46-65
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  1. “Pite renneth soone in gentil herte”: Ugly Feelings and Gendered Conduct in Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women
  2. Glenn Burger
  3. pp. 66-84
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  1. The Thought and Feel of Virtuous Wifehood: Recovering Emotion in the Legend of Good Women
  2. Lynn Shutters
  3. pp. 85-105
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  1. Beautiful Suffering and the Culpable Narrator in Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women
  2. Irina Dumitrescu
  3. pp. 106-123
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  1. Author, Text, and Paratext in Early Modern Editions of the Legend of Good Women
  2. Megan L. Cook
  3. pp. 124-142
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  1. Chivalric Men and Good(?) Women: Chaucer, Gender, and John Bossewell’s Workes of Armorie
  2. Nancy Bradley Warren
  3. pp. 143-161
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  1. Afterword: Re-reading, or, When You Were Mine
  2. Carolyn Dinshaw
  3. pp. 162-166
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  1. Introduction: Looking Forward, Looking Back on the Legend of Good Women
  2. Betsy McCormick, Leah Schwebel, Lynn Shutters
  3. pp. 3-11
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