CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 42.3 (1973)

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Front Matter
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Back Matter
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Articles
Linda Marshall, THE AUTHORSHIP OF THE ANGLO-NORMAN POEM "CORSET"
207-223 DOI:10.2307/
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H. B. Willson, UNMÂZE IN HARTMANN'S "GREGORIOS"
224-237 DOI:10.2307/
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T. M. Smallwood, THE INTERPRETATION OF "SOMER SONEDAY"
238-243 DOI:10.2307/
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E. B. Lyle, "SIR LANDEVALEALE" THE FAIRY-MISTRESS THEME IN "THOMAS OF ERCELDOUNE"
244-250 DOI:10.2307/
43627936
J. Marrow, DUTCH ILLUMINATION AND THE "DEVOTIO MODERNA"
251-258 DOI:10.2307/
43627937
Reviews
The Durham Ritual, (Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile xvi), by T. J. Brown, F. Wormald, A. S. C. Ross, E. G. Stanley (A. C. Campbell)
259-260 DOI:10.2307/
43627938
Vocabulary and Syntax of the Old English Version in the Paris Psalter, by John D. Tinkler (J. Rosier)
260-261 DOI:10.2307/
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The Epistolae Vagantes of Pope Gregory VII, by H. E. J. Cowdrey  (C. R. Cheney)
261-262 DOI:10.2307/
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Three Medieval Rhetorical Arts, by James J. Murphy (A. B. Scott)
262-265 DOI:10.2307/
43627941
Speculative grammars of the Middle Ages: the Doctrine of partes orationis of the Modistae. (Approaches to semiotics 11), by G. L. Bursill-Hall (R. H. Robins)
265-269 DOI:10.2307/
43627942
Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, by D. P. Henry (P. T. Geach)
269-271 DOI:10.2307/
43627943
Campanus of Novara and Medieval Planetary Theory: Theorica planetarum, by Francis S. Benjamin Jr., G. J. Toomer (J. D. North)
272-273 DOI:10.2307/
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Poema de mio Cid, by Colin Smith (L. P. Harvey)
273-275 DOI:10.2307/
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Rennewart in Wolfram's 'Willehalm': A Study of Wolfram von Eschenbach and his Sources, by Carl Lofmark (David Blamires)
276-278 DOI:10.2307/
43627946
D'une poésie formelle en France au Moyen Age, by Robert Guiette (Marcel Françon)
278-279 DOI:10.2307/
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Le Charroi de Nîmes. (Bibliothèque française et romane, série B. 12), by Duncan McMillan (J. Ch. Payen)
279-281 DOI:10.2307/
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The Chansons of Adam de la Halle, by J. H. Marshall  (Angus J. Kennedy)
281-282 DOI:10.2307/
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Chaucer and the English Tradition, by Ian Robinson (A. C. Spearing)
282-285 DOI:10.2307/
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The Literary Context of Chaucer's Fabliaux: Texts and Translations, by Larry D. Benson, Theodore M. Andersson (Helen Cooper)
285-286 DOI:10.2307/
43627951
Arthurian Propaganda: 'Le Morte Darthur' as an Historical Ideal of Life, by Elizabeth T. Pochoda (Lucy Mitchell)
286-289 DOI:10.2307/
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John of Paris: On Royal and Papal Power. The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, by J. A. Watt (Janet L. Nelson)
289-291 DOI:10.2307/
43627953
Mediœval Manuscripts from the Low Countries in Facsimile. Vol. I : The Vienna Manuscript of the 'Second Part' of the 'Spiegel Historiael', Part I, by J. Deschamps (Janet Backhouse)
291-292 DOI:10.2307/
43627954
Catalogue of the collection of mediœval manuscripts bequeathed to the Bodleian Library, by James P. R. Lyell, Albinia de la Mare (Janet Backhouse)
293-294 DOI:10.2307/
43627955
Records of All Souls College Library 1473-1600, by N. R. Ker (Andrew G. Watson)
295-296 DOI:10.2307/
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Building Accounts of King Henry III, by H. M. Colvin (T. G. Hassall)
297-299 DOI:10.2307/
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The History of All Souls College Library, by Edmund Craster, E. F. Jacob (J. A. W. B.)
297 DOI:10.2307/
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Notaries Public in England in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, by C. R. Cheney (Dorothy M. Owen)
299-300 DOI:10.2307/
43627959
The Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial: A Handbook. 2nd ed., by Rupert Bruce-Mitford (Peter Hunter Blair)
301-302 DOI:10.2307/
43627960
The Byzantine Commonwealth: Eastern Europe 500-1453, by Dimitri Obolensky (Gervase Mathew)
302-303 DOI:10.2307/
43627961

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