restricted access   Volume 15, 1993

Table of Contents

The Presidential Address

Old, New, and Yong in Chaucer

pp. 5-21
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The Biennial Chaucer Lecture

Perpetual Motion: Alchemy and the Technology of the Self

pp. 25-57
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Articles

Deflection in the Mirror: Feminine Discourse in The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale

pp. 61-90
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The Cock and the Clock: Telling Time in Chaucer’s Day

pp. 91-109
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Jerome’s Prefatory Epistles to the Bible and The Canterbury Tales

pp. 111-130
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The Pardoner’s Pants (and Why They Matter)

pp. 131-145
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Reviews

Jean Froissart and the Fabric of History: Truth, Myth, and Fiction in the Chroniques by Peter F. Ainsworth (review)

pp. 147-153
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Piers Plowman: A Guide to the Quotations by John A. Alford (review)

pp. 153-155
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Dunbar the Makar by Priscilla Bawcutt (review)

pp. 155-158
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Chaucer and Fifteenth-Century Poetry ed. by Julia Boffey, Janet Cowen (review)

pp. 159-162
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Religion in the Poetry and Drama of the Late Middle Ages in England ed. by Piero Boitani, Anna Torti (review)

pp. 163-166
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Eighteenth-Century Modernizations from The Canterbury Tales by Betsy Bowden (review)

pp. 166-169
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The Arthur of the Welsh: The Arthurian Legend in Medieval Welsh Literature ed. by Rachel Bromwich, A. O. H. Jarman, Brynley F. Roberts (review)

pp. 169-174
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The New Medievalism ed. by Marina S. Brownlee, Kevin Brownlee, Stephen G. Nichols (review)

pp. 174-177
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A Book of Middle English by J. A. Burrow, Thorlac Turville-Petre (review)

pp. 177-180
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Inventing the Middle Ages: The Lives, Works, and Ideas of the Great Medievalists of the Twentieth Century by Norman F. Cantor (review)

pp. 180-185
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The England of Piers Plowman: William Langland and His Vision of the Fourteenth Century by F. R. H. Du Boulay (review)

pp. 185-188
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The Wars of Alexander ed. by Hoyt N. Duggan, Thorlac Turville-Petre (review)

pp. 188-191
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Approaches to Teaching Medieval Drama ed. by Richard Emmerson (review)

pp. 191-194
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The Importance of Chaucer by John H. Fisher (review)

pp. 194-197
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The Cambridge Illustrated History of the Middle Ages. Vol. 1, 350–950 ed. by Robert Fossier (review)

pp. 197-198
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City, Marriage, Tournament: Arts of Rule in Late Medieval Scotland by Louise Olga Fradenburg (review)

pp. 199-202
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Healing and Society in Medieval England: A Middle English Translation of the Pharmaceutical Writings of Gilbertus Anglicus ed. by Faye Marie Getz (review)

pp. 203-206
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Framing The Canterbury Tales: Chaucer and the Medieval Frame Narrative Tradition by Katharine S. Gittes (review)

pp. 206-210
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Chaucer’s England: Literature in Historical Context ed. by Barbara Hanawalt (review)

pp. 210-214
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Chaucer and the Fictions of Gender by Elaine Tuttle Hansen (review)

pp. 214-219
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Chaucer’s Fabliaux as Analogues by Erik Hertog (review)

pp. 219-221
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The Role of Swine Symbolism in Medieval Culture by Milo Kearney (review)

pp. 221-222
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The Bible of the Poor [Biblia Pauperum]: A Facsimile and Edition of the British Library Blockbook C.9.d.2 ed. by Albert C. Labriola, John W. Smeltz (review)

pp. 222-226
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Enacting the Sacrament: Counter-Lollardy in the Towneley Cycle by Lauren Lepow (review)

pp. 227-229
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Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale: An Annotated Bibliography, 1900–1985 by Monica E. McAlpine (review)

pp. 229-232
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Medieval Literature: Texts and Interpretation ed. by Tim William Machan (review)

pp. 232-236
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The Middle English Prose Complaint of Our Lady and Gospel of Nicodemus ed. by C. William Marx, Jeanne F. Drennan (review)

pp. 236-239
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Romance in Medieval England ed. by Maldwyn Mills, Jennifer Fellows, Carol M. Meale (review)

pp. 239-242
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Chaucer’s Dante: Allegory and Epic Theater in The Canterbury Tales by Richard Neuse (review)

pp. 242-247
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The Manuscripts of The Canterbury Tales by Charles A. Owen, Jr. (review)

pp. 247-251
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Chaucer and the Subject of History by Lee Patterson (review)

pp. 251-257
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The Floure and the Leafe, The Assembly of Ladies, The Isle of Ladies ed. by Derek Pearsall, and: Three Middle English Charlemagne Romances ed. by Alan Lupack, and: Six Ecclesiastical Satires ed. by James Dean, and: Heroic Women from the Old Testament in Middle English Verse ed. by Russell A. Peck (review)

pp. 258-263
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The Allegory of Female Authority: Christine de Pizan’s Cité des Dames by Maureen Quilligan (review)

pp. 263-268
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Friendship and Love in the Middle English Metrical Romances by Anna Hubertine Reuters (review)

pp. 268-271
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Regionalism in Late Mediaeval Manuscripts and Texts: Essays Celebrating the Publication of A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English ed. by Felicity Riddy (review)

pp. 271-274
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Authentic Witnesses: Approaches to Medieval Texts and Manuscripts by Mary A. Rouse, Richard H. Rouse (review)

pp. 274-279
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Seeing the Gawain-Poet: Description and the Act of Perception by Sarah Stanbury (review)

pp. 279-282
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Chaucer to Shakespeare: Essays in Honour of Shinsuke Ando ed. by Toshiyuki Takamiya, Richard Beadle (review)

pp. 282-284
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Literarischer Nominalismus im Spätmittelalter: Eine Untersuchung zu Sprache, Charakterzeichnung und Struktur in Geoffrey Chaucers Troilus and Criseyde by Richard J. Utz (review)

pp. 284-286
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Chaucer and Medieval Preaching: Rhetoric for Listeners in Sermons and Poetry by Sabine Volk-Birke (review)

pp. 287-289
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Richard Rolle and the Invention of Authority by Nicholas Watson (review)

pp. 289-293
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Chaucer and His French Contemporaries: Natural Music in the Fourteenth Century by James I. Wimsatt (review)

pp. 293-297
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Jezebel: A Norman Latin Poem of the Early Eleventh Century ed. by Jan M. Ziolkowski (review)

pp. 297-299
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Books Received

pp. 301-308
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1991

pp. 309-389
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The New Chaucer Society; Eighth International Congress Program

pp. 393-401
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Index

pp. 403-413
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