CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 72.1 (2003)

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Front Matter
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Back Matter
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Articles
PETER ORTON, Sticks or stones? The story of Imma in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 41 of the Old English Bede, and Old English tān (‘twig’)
1-12
Christine Franzen, The tremulous hand of Worcester and the Nero scribe of the Ancrene Wisse
13-31
LAURA ASHE, The ‘Short Charter of Christ’: an unpublished longer version, from Cambridge University Library, MS Add. 6686
32-48
JULIA BOFFEY and A. S. G. EDWARDS, Unrecorded Middle English verse texts in a Canterbury Cathedral Library manuscript
49-62
AD PUTTER, King Arthur at Oxbridge: Nicholas Cantelupe, Geoffrey of Monmouth, and Cambridge’s Arthurian foundation myth
63-81
HEATHER O'DONOGHUE, What has Baldr to do with Lamech? The lethal shot of a blind man in Old Norse myth and Jewish exegetical traditions
82-107
Notes
CATHRYNKE TH. J. DIJKSTRA, Raoul de Soissons: a postscript
108-112
Reviews
Ralph Hanna, Jeremy Griffiths (collected material), Christopher Phillips (photos), A Descriptive Catalogue of the Western Medieval Manuscripts of St John’s College, Oxford (Alan Coates)
113-114
Brian Stock, After Augustine: The Meditative Reader and the Text (Kantik Ghosh)
114-115
R. Strohm and B. J. Blackburn (eds), The New Oxford History of Music, Vol. III. I: Music as Concept and Practice in the Late Middle Ages (Sam Barrett)
115-116
Charles Ridoux, Évolution des études médiévales en France de 1860 à 1914 (Roger Pensom)
116-117
Christoph Huber and Henrike Lähnemann (eds), Courtly Literature and Clerical Culture/Höfische Literatur und Klerikerkultur/Littérature courtoise et culture cléricale: Selected Papers from the Tenth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, Universität Tübingen, Deutschland, 28. Juli—3 August 2001 (Daron Burrows)
118
Jean-Olivier Signoret, Deo gubernante: navigations miraculeuses et miracles marins au Moyen Âge: l'union des cultures païennes et chrétiennes, Thèses à la carte< (Martin Gosman)
119
Elizabeth Archibald, Incest and the Medieval Imagination (Larry Scanlon)
120
Andrew Taylor, Textual Strategies: Three Medieval Manuscripts and their Readers (A. S. G. Edwards)
121
Scott D. Westrem , The Hereford Map: A Transcription and Translation of the Legends with Commentary, Terrarum orbis I, (ROGER MASON)
122-124
Naomi Reed Kline, Maps of Medieval Thought: The Hereford Paradigm (Roger Mason)
122-124
Jeffrey P. Mass, The J. P. Mass Collection of English Short Cross Coins, 1180-1247, Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles 56 (R. J. Brickstock)
124
Claudio Barberi (ed.), Salterio di Santa Elisabetta. Facsimile del ms. CXXXVII del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cividale del Friuli, (Udine: Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Soprintendenza regionale per i Beni e le Attività Culturali Friuli Venezia Giulia) (N.F.P.)
125-126
Carole Hough and Kathryn A. Lowe (eds), with an appreciation by R. I. Page, ‘Lastworda Betst’: Essays in Memory of Christine E. Fell, with her Unpublished Writings (Richard Dance)
126-127
Patrick P. O’Neill, King Alfred's Old English Prose Translation of the First Fifty Psalms, Medieval Academy Books 104 (Janet Bately)
127-128
David W. Porter (ed.), Excerptiones de Prisciano: The Source for Ælfric's Latin–Old English Grammar, Anglo-Saxon Texts 4 (M. R. Godden)
128-130
Peter Dendle, Satan Unbound: The Devil in Old English Narrative Literature (Richard Dance)
131
Clare A. Lees and Gillian R. Overing, Double Agents: Women and Clerical Culture in Anglo-Saxon England, The Middle Ages Series (Rohini Jayatilaka)
132-133
Masaji Tajiri, Studies in the Middle English Didactic Tail-Rhyme Romances (Amanda Hopkins)
133-134
Helen Barr, Socioliterary Practice in Late Medieval England (John M. Bowers)
134-135
R. Allen Shoaf, Chaucer’s Body: The Anxiety of Circulation in the ‘Canterbury Tales’ (Alcuin Blamires)
135-136
Brenda Deen Schildgen, Pagans, Tartars, Moslems, and Jews in Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ (John C. Hirsh)
136-137
Andrew James Johnston, Clerks and Courtiers: Chaucer, Late Middle English Literature and the State Formation Process (John M. Bowers)
137-138
Sister Anna Maria Reynolds, CP, and Julia Bolton Holloway (eds), Julian of Norwich: ‘Showing of Love’: Extant Texts and Translation (Barry Windeatt)
138-139
Anne Hudson (ed.), The Works of a Lollard Preacher: The Sermon 'Omnis plantacio', the Tract 'Fundamentum aliud nemo potest ponere', and the Tract 'De oblacione iugis sacrificii', EETS, os 317 (Fiona Somerset)
139-140
Rita Copeland, Pedagogy, Intellectuals, and Dissent in the Later Middle Ages: Lollardy and Ideas of Learning, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 44 (Fiona Somerset)
140-141
Nicholas Perkins, Hoccleve’s ‘Regiment of Princes’: Counsel and Constraint (Derek Pearsall)
141-143
Karin Boklund-Lagopolou, ‘I have a yong suster’: Popular Song and the Middle English Lyric (Julia Boffey)
143-144
Alan Hindley, Frederick W. Langley, and Brian J. Levy, Old French–English Dictionary (Glynn S. Burgess)
144-145
Yvan G. Lepage, Guide de l'édition de textes en ancien français, Moyen Âge: outils de synthèse 1 (A. J. Holden)
145-146
Fabienne Pomel, Les Voies de l’au-delà et l’essor de l’allégorie au Moyen Âge (Sylvia Huot)
146-147
Keith Busby (ed.), Arthurian Literature, XVIII (Geoffrey Bromiley)
147-148
Catherine Léglu, Between Sequence and 'Sirventes': Aspects of Parody in the Troubadour Lyric, Legenda/Research Monographs in French Studies 8 (Linda M. Paterson)
148-149
Luca Barbieri, Le liriche di Hugues de Berzé, Humanae litterae 5 (Mike Routledge)
149-150
Marianne J. Ailes, The 'Song of Roland': On Absolutes and Relative Values, Studies in Mediaeval Literature 20 (Philip E. Bennett)
150-151
Philip E. Bennett, ‘La Chanson de Guillaume’ and ‘La Prise d’Orange, Critical Guides to French Texts 12.1 (Françoise Le Saux)
151-152
Philip E. Bennett (ed. and trans.), La Chanson de Guillaume (La Chançun de Willame), Critical Guides to French Texts 121.11 (Françoise Le Saux)
151-152
Molly Lynde-Recchia, Prose, Verse and Truth-Telling in the Thirteenth Century: An Essay on Form and Function in Selected Texts, Accompanied by an Edition of the Prose 'Thèbes' as Found in the 'Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César', The Edward C. Armstrong Monographs on Medieval Literature 10 (Penny Eley)
152-153
Alcuin Blamires and Gail C. Holian, The 'Romance of the Rose' Illuminated: Manuscripts at the National Library of Wales, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 223 (Sylvia Huot)
153-154
Janet Shirley (trans.), Peter Edbury (intr. & notes), Guillaume de Machaut: The Capture of Alexandria, Crusade Texts in Translation 8 (J.H.M.T.)
154-155
R. Barton Palmer (ed. and trans.), Guillaume de Machaut: La Prise d’Alexandrie (The Taking of Alexandria) (J.H.M.T.)
154-155
Philippe Ménard, Marie-Luce Chênerie, and Michèle Guéret-Laferté (eds), Marco Polo: Le Devisement du monde, Vol. I: Départ des voyageurs et traversée de la Perse, TLF 533 (Martin Gosman)
156-157
Jean-Pierre Perrot and Jean-Jacques Nonot (eds and trans.), Le Jour du Jugement: texte original du XIVe siècle (K. Janet Ritch)
157-158
V. L. Hamblin (ed.), Le Mistère du siège d’Orléans (Lynette Muir)
158
Santa Casciani and Christopher Kleinhenz (eds and trans.), The 'Fiore' and the 'Detto d'amore': A Late Thirteenth-Century Italian Translation of the 'Roman de la Rose'. Attributable to Dante (John Took)
159-160
Zygmunt Barański, Chiosar con altro testo: leggere Dante nel Trecento (John Took)
160-161
Maurilio Pérez González (ed.), La Garcineida, Estudio y edición crítica, Ediciones griegas y latinas I (Aengus Ward)
161-162
Antonio Cortijo Ocaña, La Fernán Núñez Collection de la Bancroft Library, Berkeley: estudio y catálogo de los fondos castellanos (parte histórica), Papers of the Medieval Hispanic Research Seminar 23 (Aengus Ward)
162-163
Richard Vernier (trans.), The Dream of Bernat Metge (Linda M. Paterson)
163
Cyril Edwards, The Beginnings of German Literature: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Old High German (D. H. Green)
164-165
Cornelia Schu, Vom erzählten Abenteuer zum Abenteuer des Erzählens: Überlegungen zur Romanhaftigkeit von Wolframs Parzival (D. H. Green)
165-167
Neil Thomas, 'Diu Crône' and the Medieval Arthurian Cycle, Arthurian Studies 50 (Gudrun Felder)
167-168
Heinz Kischkel, Tannhäusers heimliche Trauer: Über die Bedingungen von Rationalität un Subjektivität im Mittelalter (Sebastian Coxon)
168-169
Gisela Vollmann-Profe (ed.), Mechthild von Magdeburg: Das fließende Licht der Gottheit, Bibliothek des Mittelalters 19; Bibliothek Deutscher Klassiker 181 (N.F.P.)
170-171
Susanne Bürkle, Literatur im Kloster: Historische Funktion und rhetorische Legitimation frauenmystischer Texte des 14. Jahrhunderts, Bibliotheca Germanica 38 (ELIZABETH A. ANDERSEN)
171-172
Christoph Reske, Die Produktion der Schedelschen Weltchronik in Nürnberg/The Production of Schedel's Nuremberg Chronicle, Mainzer Studien zur Buchwissenschaft 10 (John L. Flood)
172-175
Guðrún Nordal, Tools of Literacy: The Role of Skaldic Verse in Icelandic Textual Culture of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
175-176
Simon Franklin, Society and Culture in Early Rus, c.950-1300 (Andrew Kahn)
177-178
Joaquín Gómez-Pantoja (ed.), Los rebaños de Gerión: pastores y transhumanica en Iberia antigua y medieval, Collection de la Casa de Velázquez 73 (Roger Collins)
178
Shorter Notices
179-188

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