Volume 11 (1992)

Table of Contents

Front Matter
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Foreword
John Lawlor
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1 - 6
Lydgate and the Roman Antique
Paul M. Clogan
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7 - 21
Vocabulary in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
S. S. Hussey
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22 - 31
Respecting the Book: Editing Old English Liturgical Poems in their Manuscripts
Sarah Larratt Keefer
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32 - 52
In Defence of Byrhtnoth
I. J. Kirby
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53 - 60
As Who Say / Saith Revisited: Form and Function
Saara Nevanlinna
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61 - 81
Madame Eglentyne in Her Day and in Ours: Anti-Semitism in The Prioress's Tale and a Modern Parallel
Elisabeth M. Orsten
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82 - 100
Attila the Hun and King Arthur: A Question of Affinities
Florence H. Ridley
101 - 115
How to Pronounce Berwick: A Curious Paradigm of Chaucer's Bishop Bradwardine
Beryl Rowland
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116 - 123
Chaucerian Irony Revisited: A Rhetorical Perspective
R. J. Schoeck
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124 - 140
The Authority of Text: Nicholas of Lyra's Judaeo-Christian Hermeneutic and The Canterbury Tales
Rhonda Wauhkonen
141 - 159
Roger Bacon's Polyglot Alphabets
Horst Weinstock
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160 - 178
The "Double Sorwe" of the Wife of Bath: Chaucer and the Misogynist Tradition
Douglas Wurtele
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179 - 205