restricted access   Volume 6, 1984

Table of Contents

Articles

The Wife of Bath and Midas

pp. 1-20
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Affective Stylistics and the Study of Chaucer

pp. 21-40
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The Art of Translation in The Romaunt of the Rose

pp. 41-63
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The “Miracle” of Sir Thopas

pp. 65-84
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The Concept of Debt in The Shipman’s Tale

pp. 85-102
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The Terrain of Chaucer’s Sittingbourne

pp. 103-119
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Chaucer’s House of Fame and the French Palais de Justice

pp. 121-133
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Literary Theory at the Close of the Middle Ages: William Caxton and William Thynne

pp. 135-164
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Reviews

Arthurian Literature II ed. by Richard Barber, and: The Character of King Arthur in Medieval Literature by Rosemary Morris (review)

pp. 165-170
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Community, Class and Careerism: Cheshire and Lancashire Society in the Age of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Michael J. Bennett (review)

pp. 170-173
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Renaissance and Renewal in the Twelfth Century ed. by Robert L. Benson, Giles Constable (review)

pp. 173-177
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The Lady in the Tower: Medieval Courtesy Literature for Women by Diane Bornstein (review)

pp. 177-180
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Acts of Interpretation: The Text in Its Contexts, 700–1600: Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Literature in Honor of E. Talbot Donaldson ed. by Mary J. Carruthers, Elizabeth D. Kirk (review)

pp. 181-186
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Fifteenth-Century English Drama by W. A. Davenport (review)

pp. 186-189
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From Bonaventure to Bellini: An Essay in Franciscan Exegesis by John V. Fleming (review)

pp. 189-192
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The Cast of Character: The Representation of Personality in Ancient and Medieval Literature by Warren Ginsberg (review)

pp. 192-196
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Malory’s Grail Quest: Invention and Adaptation in Medieval Prose Romance by Sandra Ness Ihle (review)

pp. 196-198
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Assays: Critical Approaches to Medieval and Renaissance Texts, volume 2 ed. by Peggy A. Knapp (review)

pp. 199-202
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Women in the Middle Ages by Angela M. Lucas (review)

pp. 202-205
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Chaucer and Pagan Antiquity by A. J. Minnis (review)

pp. 205-208
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The Courtly Love Tradition by Bernard O’Donoghue (review)

pp. 208-213
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Literature as Recreation in the Later Middle Ages by Glending Olson (review)

pp. 213-216
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Chaucer’s Lyrics and “Anelida and Arcite”: An Annotated Bibliography, 1900 to 1980 ed. by Russell A. Peck (review)

pp. 216-219
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English Court Culture in the Later Middle Ages ed. by V. J. Scattergood, J. W. Sherborne (review)

pp. 219-223
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The Holy Greyhound: Guinefort, Healer of Children Since the Thirteenth Century by Jean-Claude Schmitt (review)

pp. 223-226
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Chaucer and the Poems of “Ch” in University of Pennsylvania MS French 15 by James I. Wimsatt (review)

pp. 226-228
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Books Received

pp. 229-231
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1982

pp. 233-282
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Index

pp. 283-288
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