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121. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Judith Ferster O Political Gower
122. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
George B. Stow Richard II In John Gower's Confessio Amantis: Some Historical Perspectives
123. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Helen Cooper "Peised Evene in the Balance": A Thematic and Rhetorical Topos in the Confessio Amantis
124. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Anthony E. Farnham Statement and Search in the Confessio Amantis
125. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Edward Donald Kennedy Gower, Chaucer, and French Prose Arthurian Romance
126. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
William Calin John Gower's Continuity in the Tradition of French Fin' Amor
127. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
R.A. Shoaf 'Tho Love Made Him an Hard Eschange' and 'With Fals Brocage Hath Take Usure': Narcissus and Echo in the Confessio Amantis
128. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
James Simpson Genius's "Enforma Cio Un" in Book III of the Confessio Amantis
129. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Chauncey Wood Petrarchanism in the Confessio Amantis
130. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
A. C. Spearing Canace and Machaire
131. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
A.S.G. Edwards Gower's Women in the Confessio
132. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Alan T. Gaylord "After the Forme of My Writynge": Gower's Bookish Prosody
133. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Thomas H. Bestul Gower's Mirror De L'Omme and the Meditative Tradition
134. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
N.F. Blake Early Printed Editions of Confessio Amantis
135. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Andrew Galloway Gower in His Most Learned Role and the Peasants' Revolt of 1381
136. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Stephen J. Lynch The Authority of Gower in Shakespeare's Pericles
137. Mediaevalia: Volume > 16
Charles R. Blyth Thomas Hoccleve's Other Master
138. Mediaevalia: Volume > 17
Janet Thormann The Battle of Brunanburh and the Matter of History
139. Mediaevalia: Volume > 17
John D. Niles Introduction
140. Mediaevalia: Volume > 17
Earl R. Anderson The Roman Idea of a Comitatus and Its Application to the Battle of Maldon