restricted access   Volume 1, 1979

Table of Contents

Articles

The State of Chaucer Studies: A Brief Survey

pp. 3-16
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Form and Social Statement in Confessio Amantis and The Canterbury Tales

pp. 17-40
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The Correction of a Descriptive Schema: Some ‘Buts’ in Barbour and Chaucer

pp. 41-54
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Notes Toward Chaucer’s Poetics of Translation

pp. 55-66
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Chaucer and Medieval Irony

pp. 67-82
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Chaucer’s Dainty ‘Dogerel’: The ‘Elvyssh’ Prosody of Sir Thopas*

pp. 83-104
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Rhetoric, Game, Morality, and Geoffrey Chaucer

pp. 105-118
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The Scribes as Chaucer’s Early Critics

pp. 119-141
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A ‘Boece’ Fragment

pp. 143-150
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Reviews

The Old French and Chaucerian Fabliaux: A Study of Their Comic Climax by Thomas D. Cooke (review)

pp. 151-155
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The Art of the Gawain-Poet by W. A. Davenport (review)

pp. 155-158
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The Strumpet Muse: Art and Morals in Chaucer’s Poetry by Alfred David (review)

pp. 158-163
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The Complete Poetry & Prose of Geoffrey Chaucer ed. by John H. Fisher (review)

pp. 163-170
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The Life and Times of Chaucer by John Gardner, and: Chaucer and His World by Derek Brewer (review)

pp. 170-177
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The Pattern of Judgment in the Queste and Cleanness by Charlotte C. Morse (review)

pp. 177-183
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Medieval Eloquence: Studies in the Theory and Practice of Medieval Rhetoric ed. by James J. Murphy (review)

pp. 183-187
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Troilus and Criseyde: A Facsimile of Corpus Christi College Cambridge MS. 61 by M. B. Parkes, Elizabeth Salter (review)

pp. 187-193
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Saint Erkenwald ed. by Clifford Peterson (review)

pp. 193-197
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The Magician, The Witch, and The Law by Edward Peters (review)

pp. 197-199
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Interview

An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1975–1976

pp. 201-255
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Contributors

pp. 256-257
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Abbreviations for Chaucer’s Works

pp. 258-259
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Index

pp. 260-263
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