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81. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Peter Nicholson The Dedications of Gower's Confessio Amantis
82. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Jane Chance Anti-Courtly Love in Chaucer's Complants
83. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Jay Ruud Chaucer and Nominalism: The Envoy to Bukton
84. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Timothy D. O'Brien The Shadow and Anima in Sir Orfeo
85. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Dennis Moore Making Sense of an Ending: Morgan Le Fay in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
86. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
John M. Theilmann A Dramaturgical Perspective on Ricardian Absolutism
87. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Elizabeth A. R. Brown The Chapels and Cult of Saint Louis at Saint-Denis
88. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Contributors
89. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Joyce Hill Ælfric, Gelasius, and St. George
90. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Carole E. Newlands Alcuin's Poem of Exile: O Mea Cella
91. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Gary D. Schmidt "A Fell Woman and Full of Strife": The Legend of Hédroit, the Smith's Wife
92. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Eric M. Steinle "Car Tu As Scens, Retorique Et Musique": Machaut's Musical Narrative of the Remede De Fortune
93. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Peter C. Braeger The Portrayal of Lot in the Middle English Cleanness
94. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Phillip McCaffrey Le Roman de la Rose and the Sons of Narcissus
95. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Lynn Staley Johnson The Clerk's Tale and the Arts of Narrative Manipulation
96. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Michael W. Twomey Cleanness, Peter Comestor, and the Revelationes Sancti Methodii
97. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Douglas J. Wurtele The Anti-Lollardry of Chaucer's Parson
98. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
William Munson The Layman's Prayer Context of the Crossing Charms in the Towneley Shepherds' Plays
99. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Paula J. Carlson Alceste and Chaucer's View of Poetry in the Legend of Good Women
100. Mediaevalia: Volume > 11
Sid Sondergard The Dramaturgical Intention of Cruelty in the Cornish Ordinalia