1. The End of the Line? Alliterative Meter, Macaronic Style, and Piers Plowman
  2. Eric Weiskott
  3. pp. 225-239
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  1. "We shul first feyne us cristendom to take": Conversion and Deceit in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale
  2. Danielle Sottosanti
  3. pp. 240-260
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  1. Utopian Literality: Thomas More and the Faith of Catholic Reading
  2. Julianne Sandberg
  3. pp. 261-284
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  1. "Ne spared they to strip her naked all": Reading, Rape, and Reformation in Spenser's Faerie Queene
  2. Stephanie Bahr
  3. pp. 285-312
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  1. Pricked Hearts and Penitent Tears: Embodying Protestant Repentance in Robert Southwell's Saint Peter's Complaint (1595)
  2. Jillian M. Snyder
  3. pp. 313-336
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  1. Use Your Allusion: Echoes of Shakespeare, Spenser, Drayton, and Kyd in an Early Jacobean Poem
  2. Emily Buffey
  3. pp. 337-364
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  1. Compassionate Petrarchanism: The Stabat Mater Dolorosa Tradition in Aemilia Lanyer's Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
  2. Megan Herrold
  3. pp. 365-396
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  1. A Newly Discovered Female Neo-Latin Poet: An Analysis, Edition, and Translation of Agatha Wiseman's Prosa on Benet of Canfield
  2. Jaime Goodrich
  3. pp. 397-437
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