CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 72.2 (2003)

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Front Matter
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Back Matter
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Articles
TONY HUNT, Fécamp and vernacular historiography
189-206
NICHOLAS PERKINS, Reading the Bible in Sawles Warde and Ancrene Wisse
207-237
PAUL BATTLES, In folly ripe, in reason rotten: The Flower and the Leaf and the ‘Purgatory of Cruel Beauties’
238-258
MICHAEL HANRAHAN, Defamation as political contest during the reign of Richard II
259-276
ALEXANDRA BARRATT, Dame Eleanor Hull: the translator at work
277-296
Notes
WILLIAM COOKE, Two notes on Beowulf (with glances at Vafþruðnismál, Blickling Homily 16, and Andreas, lines 839-846
297-301
WILLIAM COOKE, Three notes on swords in Beowulf
302-307
Reviews
N. J. Higham, King Arthur: Myth-Making and History (Stephen Knight)
308-309
Loveday Lewes Gee, Women, Art and Patronage from Henry II to Edward III 1216-1377 (Lesley Smith)
309-310
Kristine Haney, The St. Albans Psalter: An Anglo-Saxon Song of Faith, Studies in the Humanities: Literature-Politics-Society 60 (Peter Kidd)
310-311
Robert Bartlett (ed.), Geoffrey of Burton: Life and Miracles of St Modwenna, Oxford Medieval Texts (Julia Barrow)
311-312
John Hudson (ed. and trans.), Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis/The History of the Church of Abingdon, Vol. II (Stephen Baxter)
312-313
Claire L. Sahlin, Birgitta of Sweden and the Voice of Prophecy, Studies in Medieval Mysticism 3 (John C. Hirsh)
314-315
Piero Boitani, The Genius to Improve an Invention: Literary Transitions (R. F. Yeager)
315-316
Gyula Klima (trans.), John Buridan: Summulae de dialectica, Yale Library of Medieval Philosophy (Richard Cross)
316-317
Robert Stanton, The Culture of Translation in Anglo-Saxon England (Rohini Jayatilaka)
317-319
Michael Drout (ed.), ‘Beowulf and the Critics’ by J. R. R. Tolkien, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 248 (Daniel Anlezark)
319-320
Andy Orchard, A Critical Companion to ‘Beowulf’ (Daniel Anlezark)
320-321
M. Bradford Bedingfield, The Dramatic Liturgy of Anglo-Saxon England (Mary Swan)
321-323
Hugh Magennis (ed.), The Old English Life of Saint Mary of Egypt: An Edition of the Old English Text with Modern English Parallel-Text Translation, Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies (Rohini Jayatilaka)
323
Kathleen Kamerick, Popular Piety and Art in the Later Middle Ages: Image Worship and Idolatry in England, 1350-1500, The New Middle Ages (John C. Hirsh)
324-325
Susan Crane, The Performance of Self: Ritual, Clothing and Identity during the Hundred Years War (Ruth Evans)
325-326
Robert R. Edwards, Chaucer and Boccaccio: Antiquity and Modernity (Karla Taylor)
326-327
Dolores L. Cullen, Chaucer’s Pilgrims: The Allegory (Norman Klassen)
327-329
Warren Ginsberg, Chaucer’s Italian Tradition (Daniel Pinti)
329-330
Kantik Ghosh, The Wycliffite Heresy: Authority and the Interpretation of Texts, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 45 (Nicholas Watson)
331-332
Ethan Knapp, The Bureaucratic Muse: Thomas Hoccleve and the Literature of Late Medieval England (John M. Bowers)
332-333
Catherine Batt, Malory’s ‘Morte Darthur’: Remaking Arthurian Tradition, The New Middle Ages (Andrew Lynch)
333-334
M. C. Seymour, The Defective Version of Mandeville’s ‘Travels’, EETS 319 (Anthony P. Bale)
334-335
Clifford Davison, History, Religion, and Violence: Cultural Contexts for Medieval and Renaissance English Drama, Variorum Collected Studies Series (Mark Chambers)
335-336
E. Jane Burns, Courtly Love Undressed: Reading through Clothes in Medieval French Culture, The Penn Middle Ages Series (Finn E. Sinclair)
337
Ruth Mazo Karras, From Boys to Men: Formations of Masculinity in Late Medieval Europe, The Middle Ages Series (Anke Bernau)
338-340
Walter Meliga, 'Intavulare'. ‘Tavole di canzonieri romanzi, Vol. I: Canzonieri provengali: 2. Bibliothèque nationale de France I (fr. 854), K (fr. 12473), Vol. I (Peter T. Ricketts)
338
Peggy McCracken, The Curse of Eve, the Wound of the Hero: Blood, Gender and Medieval Literature, The Middle Ages Series (Bettina Bildhauer)
340-341
Marie-Noëlle Toury, Mort et fin’ amor dans la poésie d’oc et d’oïl aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles (Simon Gaunt)
341-342
Keith Busby, Codex and Context: Reading Old French Verse Narrative in Manuscript, Faux Titre 221-2 (Adrian Armstrong)
342-344
Joël Blanchard and Jean-Claude Mühlethaler, Écriture et pouvoir à l'aube des temps modernes, Perspectives littéraires (Angus J. Kennedy)
344-345
Anne Marie de Gendt, L’Art d’éduquer les nobles damoiselles: ‘Le Livre du Chevalier de la Tour Landry’ (Krueger)
345-346
David Cowling (ed.), George Chastelain, Jean Robertet, Jean de Montferrant: Les Douze Dames de Rhétorique (Emma Cayley)
347-348
Adrian Armstrong and Jennifer Britnell (eds), Jean Lemaire de Belges: Epistre du roy à Hector et autres pièces de circonstances (1511—1513); Jean d'Auton: Epistre d'Hector au roy (David Cowling)
348
Sara Shannon (ed.), Carol Urness (intr.), François Deserps: The Various Styles of Clothing (Rebecca Dixon)
349
Mario Scotti, Il Dante di Ozanam e altri saggi, Saggi di 'Lettere Italiane' 57 (John Took)
350
Vincenzo Traversa (trans.), Giovanni Boccaccio: Theseid of the Nuptials of Emilia (Teseida delle nozze de Emilia), Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures 116 (Francesca Galligan)
351
Gloria Allaire (ed. and trans.), Italian Literature I: Tristano Panciatichiano, Arthurian Archives 8 (Jane E. Everson)
352-353
David Hook (ed.), Text and Manuscript in Medieval Spain: Papers from the King's College Colloquium, King's College London Hispanic Series 5 (David G. Pattison)
353-354
David A. Flory, Marian Representations in the Miracle Tales of Thirteenth-Century Spain and France (Anthony John Lappin)
354-355
Eckart Conrad Lutz, Johanna Thali, and René Wetzel, Literatur und Wandmalerei I. Erscheinungsformen höfischer Kultur und ihre Träger im Mittelalter. Freiburger Colloquium 1988 (D. H. Green)
356-358
Hugo Oscar Bizzarri (ed.), Castigos del rey don Sancho IV, Medievalia Hispanica 6 (Barry Taylor)
356
Anja Russ, Kindheit und Adolescente in den deutschen Parzival- und Lancelot-Romanen: Hohes und spätes Mittelalter (Bettina Bildhauer)
358-359
Christopher Young, Narrativische Perspektive in Wolframs 'Willehalm', Untersuchungen zur deutschen Literaturgeschichte 104
359-361
Margreth Egidi, Höfische Liebe: Entwürfe der Sangspruchdichtung. Literarische Verfahrensweisen von Reinmar von Zweter bis Frauenlob, Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift Suppl. 17 (Annette Volfing)
361-362
Lieselotte E. Saurma-Jeltsch, Spätformen mittelalterlicher Buchherstellung. Bilderhandschriften aus der Werkstatt Diebold Laubers in Hagenau (Jeffrey F. Hamburger)
362-363
Kirsten Wolf (ed.), Saga heilagrar Önnu
364-365
Paolo Delogu, An Introduction to Medieval History (Peter Damian-Grint)
365-366
Alan Harding, Medieval Law and the Foundations of the State (Conor McCarthy)
366-367
Shorter Notices
367-378

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