CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 73.1 (2004)

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Front Matter
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Back Matter
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Articles
JOHN FRANKIS, Layamon and the fortunes of yogh
1-9
ALISON WIGGINS, Are Auchinleck Manuscript Scribes 1 and 6 the same scribe? The advantages of whole-data analysis and electronic texts
10-26
CONSTANCE B. HIEATT, The third fifteenth-century cookbook: a newly identified group within a family
27-42
FLORIN CURTA, Colour perception, dyestuffs, and colour terms in twelfth-century French literature
43-65
DANIÉLA PANTCHEVA CAPIN, Le conservatisme de la langue, gage du caractère littéraire du texte et témoin d’une nouvelle conception de l’acte d’écriture: le cas d’Ysaÿe le Triste
66-92
Notes
GRAEME DUNPHY, The devil’s see: a puzzling reference in the Auchinleck Life of Adam
93-98
ANDREW BREEZE, Owen Glendower’s crest and the Scottish campaign of 1384-1385
99-102
SETH LERER, Paul Bush and the Chaucer Tradition
103-109
Reviews
Kristian Jensen (ed.), Incunabula and their Readers: Printing, Selling and Using Books in the Fifteenth Century (A. I. Doyle)
110-111
Barbara Newman, God and the Goddesses:Vision, Poetry, and Belief in the Middle Ages (Lynn Staley)
111-112
Suzannah Biernoff Sight and Embodiment in the Middle Ages (Norman Klassen)
112-113
Rodney Thompson (ed.), The Bury Bible (A. J. Piper)
113-115
W. R. J. Barron and Glynn S. Burgess (eds), The Voyage of St Brendan: Representative Versions of the Legend in English Translation (Jude S. Mackley)
115-116
Silvia Wälli Melodien aus mittelalterlichen Horaz-Handschriften. Edition und Interpretation der Quellen, Monumenta monodica medii aevi: subsidia, III (Leofranc Holford-Strevens)
116-117
Kelley M. Wickham-Crowley, Writing the Future: Lazamon’s Prophetic History (Catherine A. M. Clarke)
117-118
Mary C. Erler, Women, Reading and Piety in Late Medieval England, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature 46 (Denis Renevey)
119-120
William Elford Rogers, Interpretation in ‘Piers Plowman’ (Josephine Mayer)
120-121
Simon Horobin, The Language of the Chaucer Tradition, Chaucer Studies XXXII (Seth Lerer)
121-122
Correale, Robert M. and Mary Hamel (eds), Sources and Analogues of the ‘Canterbury Tales’, Vol. I, Chaucer Studies 28 (Peter Brown)
122-123
Gary W. Shawver (ed.), Thomas Usk: Testament of Love (Robert F. Yeager)
123-126
Liam O. Purdon, The Wakefield Master's Dramatic Art: A Drama of Spiritual Understanding (Daniel Wakelin)
126-127
Takako Kato, Caxton's 'Morte Darthur': The Printing Process and the Authenticity of the Text, Medium Aevum Monographs, NS XXII (Oxford: Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature, 2002) (A. S. G. Edwards)
127-128
Alex Davis, Chivalry and Romance in the English Renaissance, Studies in Renaissance Literature 11 (Matthew Woodcock)
128-129
Sarah Carpenter and Meg Twycross, Masks and Masking in Medieval and Early Tudor England, Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama (Mark Chambers)
129-131
Rosemary Tzanaki, Mandeville’s Medieval Audiences (M. C. Seymour)
131-132
Christiane Deluz. Jean de Mandeville: Le Livre des merveilles du monde (M. C. Seymour)
132-134
Tamarah Kohanski, The Book of John Mandeville, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 231 (M. C. Seymour)
134-135
Rodney Sampson and Wendy Ayres-Bennett (eds), Interpreting the History of French: A Festschrift for Peter Rickard on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday (Piet van Reenen)
135-137
Alison Williams, Tricksters and Pranksters: Roguery in French and German Literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft 49< (Sebastian Coxon)
137-138
Christopher Harper-Bill and Elisabeth van Houts (eds), A Companion to the Anglo-Norman World (Laura Ashe)
138-139
Yasmina Foehr-Janssens and Emmanuelle Métry (eds), La Fortune: thèmes, représentations, discours (Catherine Attwood)
140-141
Jean-Claude Mühlethaler and Jacqueline Cerquiglini-Toulet (eds), Poétiques en transition: entre Moyen Âge et Renaissance (David Cowling)
141-142
Nadine Henrard, Le Théâtre religieux médiéval en langue d'oc, Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l'Université de Liège, Fascicule 273 (Elisabeth Schulze-Busacker)
142-143
Donald Maddox, Fictions of Identity in Medieval France (Elspeth Kennedy)
143-145
Joanne Rittey, Amplification as Gloss in Two Twelfth-Century Texts: Robert de Boron's ‘Joseph d'Arimathie’ and Renaut de Beaujeu's ‘Li Biaus Descouneüs’, Studies in the Humanities: Literature-Politics-Society 59 (Douglas Kelly)
145-146
Holden, A. J. (ed.), Glyn S. Burgess (trans. & notes), Elisabeth van Houts (notes), Wace: The Roman de Rou (Peter Damien-Grint)
146-147
Rosemarie Deist, Gender and Power: Counsellors and their Masters in Antiquity and Medieval Courtly Romance, Beiträge zur älteren Literaturgeschichte, (Bettina Bildhauer)
147-148
Evelyn Mullally (ed. and trans.), The Deeds of the Normans in Ireland/La Geste des Engleis en Yrlande (Peter Damien-Grint)
148-149
Nelly Andrieux-Reix (ed. and trans.), Le Moniage Guillaume: chanson de geste du XIIe siècle, Classiques français du Moyen Âge 145 (Alan Hindley)
149-150
Jean-Pierre Martin (ed.), Orson de Beauvais: chanson de geste du XIIe siècle, Classiques français du Moyen Âge 140 (Marianne Ailes)
150-151
Larry S. Crist (ed.), Baudouin de Sebourc, Société des anciens textes français (A. E. Cobby)
151-152
Carol Sweetenham and Linda M. Paterson, The ‘Canso d’Antiocha’: An Occitan Epic of the First Crusade (Peter T. Ricketts)
153-154
Matthew Bardell, La Cort d'Amor: A Critical Edition, Legenda/Research Monographs in French Studies 11 (Leslie C. Brook)
154-155
Daniel Poirion (ed.), Le Livre du Graal, Vol. I: Joseph d'Arimathie, Merlin, Les Premiers Faits du roi Arthur, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade 476 (Elspeth Kennedy)
155-156
Andrea M. L. Williams The Adventures of the Holy Grail: A Study of ‘La Queste del saint Graal’ (Elspeth Kennedy)
156-158
Anne Marie D’Arcy, Wisdom and the Grail: The Image of the Vessel in the ‘Queste del saint Graal’ and Malory’s ‘Tale of Sankgreal’ (Elspeth Kennedy)
158-159
D. W. Russell (ed.), with A. R. Harden and H. S. F. Collins, La Vye de seynt Fraunceys, Anglo-Norman Text Society LIX-LX (Françoise Laurent)
160-161
Élisabeth Gaucher, Robert le Diable: histoire d'une légende, Essais sur le Moyen Âge 29 (Virginie Greene)
161-162
Marco Piccat (ed.), La versione occitana dello Pseudo Turpino: Ms. Londra B.M. Additional 17 920 (Peter T. Ricketts)
162-163
Marie-Claude de Crécy (ed.), Jean Wauquelin: La Belle Hélène de Constantinople: mise en prose d'une chanson de geste, Textes littéraires français 547 (Rebecca Dixon)
163-164
Alain Corbellari, Les Dits d'Henri d'Andeli, Classiques français du Moyen Âge 146 (Daron Burrows)
164-165
Didier Marcotte, Humanisme et culture géographique à l'époque du concile de Constance: autour de Guillaume Fillastre, Actes du Colloque de l'Université de Reims 18—19 novembre 1999, Terrarum orbis: histoire des représentations de l'espace: textes, images/History of the Representation of Space in Text and Image 3 (Martin Gosman)
165-166
Angus J. Kennedy (ed.), with Rosalind Brown-Grant, James C. Laidlaw, Catherine M. Müller, Contexts and Continuities: Proceedings of the IVth International Colloquium on Christine de Pizan (Glasgow 21—27 July 2000) Published in Honour of Liliane Dulac, by (Emma J. Cayley)
167-168
Frédéric Duval (ed.), Octovien de Saint-Gelais: Le Séjour d'Honneur, Textes littéraires français 545 (Adrian Armstrong)
168
Graham A. Runnalls, Les Mystères dans les provinces françaises (en Savoie et en Poitou, à Amiens et à Reims) (Alan Hindley)
169-170
Matthew Bailey (ed.), Las ‘Mocedades de Rodrigo’: estudios críticos, manuscrito y edición, King's College London Medieval Studies 15 (David G. Pattison)
170-171
Robert I. Burns (ed.), Transition in Crusader Valencia: Years of Triumph, Years of War, 1264-1270 (Simon Barton)
171-172
Walter Haug, Die Wahrheit der Fiktion. Studien zur weltlichen und geistlichen Literatur des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuheit (D. H. Green)
172-173
Sonja Emmerling, Geschlechterbeziehungen in den Gawan-Büchern des ‘Parzival’. Wolframs Arbeit an einem literarischen Modell, Hermaea 100 (D. H. Green)
173-175
Johanna Thali, Beten — Schreiben — Lesen. Literarisches Leben und Marienspiritualität im Kloster Engelthal, Bibliotheca Germanica 42 (D. H. Green)
175-176
Jones, Michael (ed.), The New Cambridge Medieval History, Vol. VI (John Watts)
176-[no p.]
Michael Jones (ed.), The New Cambridge Medieval History, Vol. VI (John Watts)
177-178
Shorter Notices
178-188

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