CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 74.2 (2005)

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Front Matter
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Back Matter
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Articles
R. D. FULK, Six cruces in the Finnsburg Fragment and Episode
191-204
JANET SCHRUNK ERICKSEN, Legalizing the Fall of Man
205-220
JUDITH A. JEFFERSON and AD PUTTER, The distribution of infinitives in ‑e and ‑en in some Middle English alliterative poems
221-247
SIMON HOROBIN, ‘In London and Opelond’: the dialect and circulation of the C version of Piers Plowman
248-269
YIN LIU, Richard Beauchamp and the uses of romance
271-287
ALAN MacCOLL, Rhetoric, narrative, and conceptions of history in the French Prose Brut
288-310
ADRIAN ARMSTRONG, The manuscript reception of Jean Molinet’s Trosne d’Honneur
311-328
Notes
DIANA GREENWAY, Henry of Huntingdon as poet: the De herbis rediscovered
329-332
Reviews
Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Seeing Through the Veil: Optical Theory and Medieval Allegory (Norman Klassen)
333-334
Barbara K. Altmann and Carleton W. Carroll (eds), The Court Reconvenes: Courtly Literature across the Disciplines. Selected Papers from the Ninth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, University of British Columbia, 25—31 July 1998 (Angus J. Kennedy)
334-336
Dyan Elliott, Proving Woman: Female Spirituality and Inquisitional Culture in the Later Middle Ages (Diane Watt)
336-337
Ann W. Astell, Joan of Arc and Sacrificial Authorship (Dominique Goy-Blanquet)
337-338
William E. Burgwinkle, Sodomy, Masculinity, and Law in Medieval Literature: France and England, 1050-1230 (Richard E. Zeikowitz)
338-339
Bruce Thomas Boehrer, Parrot Culture: Our 2,500-Year-Long Fascination with the World's Most Talkative Bird (Robin Dix)
339-340
Seiichi Suzuki, The Metre of Old Saxon Poetry: The Remaking of Alliterative Tradition (Elizabeth Solopova)
341-342
Anne M. Scott, Piers Plowman and the Poor (Helen Barr)
342-343
David Aers, Sanctifying Signs: Making Christian Tradition in Late Medieval England (John C. Hirsh)
343-344
Douglas Gray (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Chaucer (R. F. Yeager)
344-346
Joanna Summers, Late-Medieval Prison Writing and the Politics of Autobiography, Oxford English Monographs (Fiona Somerset)
347-348
Siân Echard, A Companion to Gower (Anthony P. Bale)
348-349
Peter Happé, Cyclic Form and the English Mystery Plays: A Comparative Study of the English Biblical Cycles and their Continental and Iconographie Counterparts, Ludus: Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama 7 (Daniel Wakelin)
349-350
Theresa Coletti, Mary Magdalene and the Drama of the Saints: Theater, Gender, and Religion in Late Medieval England, The Middle Ages Series (Katherine L. Jansen)
350-352
Anna Chryssafis, La Création de mots savants dans le français médiéval: Étude sur un choix de textes de la fin du XIIIe et du début du XIVe siècles, notamment le 'Roman de la Rose' et la 'Consolation de Philosophie' par Jean de Meun, Foskningsrapporter/Cahiers de la recherche 20 (Sophie Marnette)
352-353
Simon Gaunt, Retelling the Tale: An Introduction to Medieval French Literature (Leslie C. Brook)
353-354
Catherine Hanley, War and Combat, 1150–1270: The Evidence from Old French Literature (Peter Damian-Grint)
354-355
Kathryn Starkey, Reading the Medieval Book: Word, Image and Performance in Wolfram von Eschenbach's 'Willehalm', Poetics of Orality and Literacy (Annette Volfing)
355-356
Antje Willing, Literatur und Ordensreform im 15. Jahrhundert. Deutsche Abendmahlsschriften im Nürnberger Katharinenkloster, Studien und Texte zum Mittelalter und zur frühen Neuzeit 4 (Stephen Mossman)
357-358
Nancy Bisaha, Creating East and West: Renaissance Humanists and the Ottoman Turks (Colin Imber)
358-359
Shorter Notices
359-379

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