1. About This Issue
  2. David Raybin, Susanna Fein
  3. pp. 221-223
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  1. New Feminist Approaches to Chaucer Introduction
  2. Samantha Katz Seal, Nicole Sidhu
  3. pp. 224-229
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  1. "Burn all he has, but keep his books": Gloria Naylor and the Proper Objects of Feminist Chaucer Studies
  2. Suzanne M. Edwards
  3. pp. 230-252
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  1. "For Rage": Rape Survival, Women's Anger, and Sisterhood in Chaucer's Legend of Philomela
  2. Carissa Harris
  3. pp. 253-269
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  1. Chaucer's Other Wyf: Philippa Chaucer, the Critics, and the English Canon
  2. Samantha Katz Seal
  3. pp. 270-291
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  1. "Famulier foo": Wives, Male Subordinates, and Political Theory in the Merchant's Tale
  2. Nicole Sidhu
  3. pp. 292-314
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  1. Time and Again: Feminism, Form, and the Failures of the Legend of Good Women
  2. Tara Williams
  3. pp. 315-334
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  1. Contracts, Activist Feminism, and the Wife of Bath's Tale
  2. Emma Lipton
  3. pp. 335-351
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  1. W(h)ither Feminism? Gender, Subjectivity, and Chaucer's Knight's Tale
  2. Holly A. Crocker
  3. pp. 352-370
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