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101. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Michael W. Twomey Cleanness, Peter Comestor, and the Revelationes Sancti Methodii
102. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Douglas J. Wurtele The Anti-Lollardry of Chaucer's Parson
103. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
William Munson The Layman's Prayer Context of the Crossing Charms in the Towneley Shepherds' Plays
104. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Paula J. Carlson Alceste and Chaucer's View of Poetry in the Legend of Good Women
105. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Sid Sondergard The Dramaturgical Intention of Cruelty in the Cornish Ordinalia
106. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Murray L. Brown The Order of the Passion of Jesus Christ: A Reconsideration of Eustache Deschamps's "Ballade to Chaucer"
107. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Contributors
108. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Anthony L. Pellegrini Aldo S. Bernardo
109. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Anthony L. Pellegrini Foreword
110. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Robin S. Oggins Falconry and Medieval Social Status
111. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Paul E. Szarmach The Latin Tradition of Alcuin's Liber de Virtutibus et Vitiis
112. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Saul Levin From Scrolls to Codex: The Ancient and the Medieval Book
113. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Nicolae Iliescu Will Virgil Be Saved?
114. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Robert Hollander Dante and the Martial Epic
115. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Aldo Scaglione (Christian) Theologians vs. (Pagan) Philosophers: Another Look at Dante's Allegory
116. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Joan M. Ferrante Images of the Cloister — Haven or Prison
117. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Jean-Pierre Barricelli Renaissance Painters — Dante and Nattini: An Essay
118. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Victoria Kirkham The Last Tale in the Decameron
119. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Mario A. Di Cesare Interrupted Symmetries: Terza Rima, Heroic Verse, First Lines, and the Styles of Epic
120. Mediaevalia: Volume > 12
Giovanni Gullace Medieval and Humanistic Perspectives in Boccaccio's Concept and Defense of Poetry