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- Studies in Philology
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- Avarice, Idolatry, and Fornication: The Connection between Genius’s Discussions about Religion and Virginity in Book 5 of John Gower’s Confessio Amantis Volume 116, Number 3, Summer 2019, pp. 401-422
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- Symbol, Allegory, and Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park
- The Minister’s Wife: An Early Modern Portrait of a Spiritual Life
- “The Phanaticks Tyring-Room”: Dryden and the Poetics of Toleration
- Divided Labors: Work, Nature, and the Utopian Impulse in John Milton’s Paradise Lost
- Reserved Character: Shorthand and the Immortality Topos in Shakespeare’s Sonnets
- The North in Shakespeare’s Richard III
- Vicious Pranks: Comedy and Cruelty in Rabelais and Shakespeare
- Avarice, Idolatry, and Fornication: The Connection between Genius’s Discussions about Religion and Virginity in Book 5 of John Gower’s Confessio Amantis
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