restricted access   Volume 20, 1998

Table of Contents

Articles

Proving Constant: Torture and The Man of Law’s Tale

pp. 1-39
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Criseyde, Cassandre, and the Thebaid: Women and the Theban Subtext of Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde

pp. 41-71
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Ethics and Interpretation: Reading Wills in Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women

pp. 73-100
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Meanings and Uses of Raptus in Chaucer’s Time

pp. 101-165
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Unnoticed Extracts from Chaucer and Hoccleve: Huntington MS HM 144, Trinity College, Oxford MS D 29 and The Canterbury Tales

pp. 167-199
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“Chaucer’s Chronicle,” John Shirley, and the Canon of Chaucer’s Shorter Poems

pp. 201-218
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Reviews

The Powers of the Holy: Religion, Politics, and Gender in Late Medieval English Culture by David Aers and Lynn Staley (review)

pp. 219-226
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Chaucer and the Universe of Learning by Ann W. Astell (review)

pp. 226-229
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Essays on Thomas Hoccleve ed. by Catherine Batt (review)

pp. 229-232
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Parody in the Middle Ages: The Latin Tradition by Martha Bayless (review)

pp. 232-237
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Public Reading and the Reading Public in Late Medieval England and France by Joyce Coleman (review)

pp. 237-240
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Criticism and Dissent in the Middle Ages ed. by Rita Copeland (review)

pp. 240-243
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William Langland’s Piers Plowman: The C Version: A Verse Translation by George Economou (review)

pp. 243-246
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Dafydd ap Gwilym: Influences and Analogues by Huw M. Edwards (review)

pp. 246-249
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Bakhtin and Medieval Voices ed. by Thomas J. Farrell (review)

pp. 249-256
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Fictions of Advice: The Literature and Politics of Counsel in Late Medieval England by Judith Ferster (review)

pp. 256-259
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English Wycliffite Sermons ed. by Pamela Gradon and Anne Hudson (review)

pp. 259-262
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Chaucer and the Politics of Discourse by Michaela Paasche Grudin (review)

pp. 262-265
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Bodies and Disciplines: Intersections of Literature and History in Fifteenth-Century England ed. by Barbara A. Hanawalt and David Wallace (review)

pp. 265-269
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Pursuing History: Middle English Manuscripts and Their Texts by Ralph Hanna III, Literary History and the Challenge of Philology: The Legacy of Erich Auerbach ed. by Seth Lerer (review)

pp. 269-277
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Writing East: The “Travels” of Sir John Mandeville by Iain Macleod Higgins (review)

pp. 277-280
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Chaucerian Tragedy by Henry Ansgar Kelly (review)

pp. 281-283
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The Poetics of Authorship in the Later Middle Ages: The Emergence of the Modern Literary Persona by Burt Kimmelman (review)

pp. 283-288
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Chaucer’s Approach to Gender in the Canterbury Tales by Anne Laskaya (review)

pp. 288-290
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Reading from the Margins: Textual Studies, Chaucer, and Medieval Literature ed. by Seth Lerer (review)

pp. 291-296
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The Language of Old and Middle English Poetry by G. A. Lester (review)

pp. 296-298
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The Cultural Patronage of Medieval Women ed. by June Hall McCash (review)

pp. 298-300
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The Medieval Medea by Ruth Morse (review)

pp. 300-302
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Desire and Discipline: Sex and Sexuality in the Premodern West ed. by Jacqueline Murray and Konrad Eisenbichler (review)

pp. 302-305
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Medieval Mothering ed. by John Carmi Parsons and Bonnie Wheeler (review)

pp. 305-308
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Individuality and Achievement in Middle English Poetry ed. by O. S. Pickering (review)

pp. 308-311
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The Fayre Formez of the Pearl Poet by Sandra Pierson Prior (review)

pp. 311-314
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Medieval Reading: Grammar, Rhetoric and the Classical Text by Suzanne Reynolds (review)

pp. 315-317
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Chaucer: The Wife of Bath’s Prologue on CD-ROM. The Canterbury Tales Project ed. by Peter Robinson (review)

pp. 318-323
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Old Age in Late Medieval England by Joel T. Rosenthal (review)

pp. 324-326
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The Knight on His Quest: Symbolic Patterns of Transition in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Piotr Sadowski (review)

pp. 327-329
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Authors of the Middle Ages: English Writers of the Late Middle Ages: Vol. 3, Nos. 7–11 ed. by M. C. Seymour (review)

pp. 329-331
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Erotic Dawn Songs of the Middle Ages: Voicing the Lyric Lady by Gale Sigal (review)

pp. 331-333
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Chaucer’s Chain of Love by Paul Beekman Taylor (review)

pp. 334-336
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Chaucer, Boccaccio, and the Debate of Love: A Comparative Study of The Decameron and The Canterbury Tales by N. S. Thompson (review)

pp. 336-339
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Medieval Venuses and Cupids: Sexuality, Hermeneutics, and English Poetry by Theresa Tinkle (review)

pp. 340-343
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Deformed Discourse: The Function of the Monster in Mediaeval Thought and Literature by David Williams (review)

pp. 343-346
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Books Received

pp. 347-354
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography 1996

pp. 355-438
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Index

pp. 439-449
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