restricted access   Volume 39, 2017

Table of Contents

History and Memory

The Presidential Address

"The lytel erthe that here is": Environmental Thought in Chaucer's Parliament of Fowls

pp. 1-30
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The Biennial Chaucer Lecture

Chaucer's Silent Discourse

pp. 31-56
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Articles

Ripples on the Water?: The Acoustics of Geoffrey Chaucer's House of Fame and the Influence of Robert Holcot

pp. 57-98
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Loving Confession in the Confessio Amantis

pp. 99-128
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Seek, Suffer, and Trust: "Ese" and "Disese" in Julian of Norwich

pp. 129-158
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"O sweete and wel biloved spouse deere": A Pastoral Reading of Cecilia's Post-Nuptial Persuasion in The Second Nun's Tale

pp. 159-190
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Sleep and the Transformation of Sense in Late Medieval Literature

pp. 191-224
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Sir Thopas: A Story for Young Children

pp. 225-248
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"A suffisant Astrolabie": Childish Desire, Fatherly Affection, and English Devotion in The Treatise on the Astrolabe

pp. 249-274
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Materials of Wonder: Miraculous Objects and Poetic Form in Saint Erkenwald

pp. 275-296
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Reviews

Medieval Women and Their Objects ed. by Jenny Adams, Nancy Mason Bradbury (review)

pp. 297-301
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Learning to Die in London, 1380–1540 by Amy Appleford (review)

pp. 301-304
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The Critics and the Prioress: Antisemitism, Criticism, and Chaucer's "Prioress's Tale" by Heather Blurton and Hannah Johnson (review)

pp. 304-308
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Introduction to "Piers Plowman" by Michael Calabrese (review)

pp. 309-312
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"Yee? Baw for Bokes": Essays on Medieval Manuscripts and Poetics in Honor of Hoyt N. Duggan ed. by Michael Calabrese and Stephen H. A. Shepherd (review)

pp. 312-315
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From Literacy to Literature: England, 1300–1400 by Christopher Cannon (review)

pp. 316-320
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Comic Medievalism: Laughing at the Middle Ages by Louise D'Arcens (review)

pp. 320-325
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"Piers Plowman" and the Books of Nature by Rebecca Davis (review)

pp. 326-329
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The Quest for the Christ Child in the Later Middle Ages by Mary Dzon (review)

pp. 329-333
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The French of Medieval England: Essays in Honour of Jocelyn Wogan-Browne by Thelma Fenster and Carolyn P. Collette (review)

pp. 333-335
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Making Chaucer's "Book of the Duchess": Textuality and Reception by Jamie C. Fumo (review)

pp. 336-339
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Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the "Canterbury Tales." ed. by Kathleen Coyne Kelly and Tison Pugh (review)

pp. 339-343
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New Directions in Medieval Manuscript Studies and Reading Practices: Essays in Honor of Derek Pearsall ed. by Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, John J. Thompson, and Sarah Baechle (review)

pp. 343-347
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Margery Kempe and the Lonely Reader by Rebecca Krug (review)

pp. 347-350
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The Accommodated Jew: English Antisemitism from Bede to Milton by Kathy Lavezzo (review)

pp. 351-354
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Nowhere in the Middle Ages by Karma Lochrie (review)

pp. 355-359
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In the Skin of a Beast: Sovereignty and Animality in Medieval France by Peggy McCracken (review)

pp. 359-363
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Narrating the Crusades: Loss and Recovery in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature by Lee Manion (review)

pp. 363-367
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Lyric Tactics: Poetry, Genre, and Practice in Later Medieval England by Ingrid Nelson (review)

pp. 367-370
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Shaping the Archive in Late Medieval England: History, Poetry, and Performance by Sarah Elliott Novacich (review)

pp. 371-374
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Chaucer, Gower, and the Affect of Invention by Steele Nowlin (review)

pp. 374-378
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Nature Speaks: Medieval Literature and Aristotelian Philosophy by Kellie Robertson (review)

pp. 378-382
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Indecent Exposure: Gender, Politics, and Obscene Comedy in Middle English Literature by Nicole Nolan Sidhu (review)

pp. 383-386
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Geoffrey Chaucer: A New Introduction by David Wallace (review)

pp. 387-390
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Books Received

pp. 391-392
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An Annotated Chaucer Bibliography, 2015

pp. 393-460
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The New Chaucer Society Twentieth International Congress July 10–15, 2016
Queen Mary University of London, Mile End

pp. 461-506
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Index

pp. 507-512
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