CONTENTS OF MEDIUM ÆVUM 83.1 (2014)

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Articles
GREG WAITE, Translation style, lexical systems, dialect vocabulary, and the manuscript transmission of the Old English Bede
1-[no p.]
HILARY E. FOX, Isidore of Seville and the Old English Boethius
49-[no p.]
FRED PORCHEDDU, Devilish details: a new record of the Towneley Plays
60-[no p.]
GEERT DE WILDE, Revisiting the textual parallels and date of Thomas of Kent’s Alexander and Jordan Fantosme’s Chronicle
76-[no p.]
KAREN GREEN, Was Christine de Pizan at Poissy 1418–1429?
93-[no p.]
ANGUS J. KENNEDY, Christine de Pizan, blasphemy, and the dauphin, Louis de Guyenne
104-[no p.]
FABIAN ALFIE, Fabian Alfie, Cecco vs. Cecco: a newly identified source for Angioleri’s adversary, Fortarrigo
121-[no p.]
Reviews
Marilyn McCord Adams, Some Later Medieval Theories of the Eucharist: Thomas Aquinas, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, and William Ockham (STEPHEN MOSSMAN) 131-[no p.]
Joni M. Hand, Women, Manuscripts and Identity in Northern Europe, 1350–1550  (S.H.) 132-[no p.]
Simone Mengis, Schreibende Frauen um 1500: Scriptorium und Bibliothek des Dominikanerinnenklosters St. Katharina St. Gallen (ANNE WINSTON-ALLEN) 133-[no p.]
Peter Darby, Bede and the End of Time  (RICHARD GAMESON) 135-[no p.]
Matthew Kempshall, Rhetoric and the Writing of History, 400–1500 (ALASTAIR MATTHEWS) 136-[no p.]
Catherine A. M. Clarke, Writing Power in Anglo-Saxon England: Texts, Hierarchies, Economies (Daniel Anlezark) 137-[no p.]
Lawrence Besserman, Biblical Paradigms in Medieval English Literature: From Cædmon to Malory  (Norm Klassen) 138-[no p.]
Karmen Lenz, ‘Ræd and Frofer: Christian Poetics in the Old English Froferboc Meters  (Francis Leneghan) 140-[no p.]
Lori Ann Garner, Structuring Spaces: Oral Poetics and Architecture in Early Medieval England (Helen Appleton) 142-[no p.]
Robert Adams, Langland and the Rokele Family: The Gentry Background to Piers Plowman  (THORLAC TURVILLE-PETRE) 143-[no p.]
David K. Coley, The Wheel of Language: Representing Speech in Middle English Poetry, 1377–1422 (David Matthews) 144-[no p.]
Ebbe Klitgård, Chaucer in Denmark: A Study of the Translation and Reception History 1782-2012 (Graham D. Caie) 145-[no p.]
Mary C. Flannery, John Lydgate and the Poetics of Fame (NIGEL MORTIMER) 146-[no p.]
Clifford Davidson, with Sheila White, Corpus Christi Plays at York: A Context for Religious Drama (John J. McGavin) 148-[no p.]
Julia Boffey, Manuscript and Print in London c.1475–1530  (Ralph Hanna) 149-[no p.]
Alexandra Barratt, Anne Bulkeley and her Book: Fashioning Female Piety in Early Tudor England (Paul J. Patterson) 151-[no p.]
Paul Bretel, Littérature et édification au Moyen Âge: ‘Mult est diverse ma matyre’ (Merryn Everitt) 152-[no p.]
Ji-hyun Philippa Kim, Pour une littérature médiévale moderne: Gaston Paris, l’amour courtois et les enjeux de la modernité  (S.H.) 153-[no p.]
Nicole Chareyron, Ethique et esthétique du récit de voyage à la fin du Moyen Age  (S.H.) 154-[no p.]
Simon Gaunt, Marco Polo’s ‘Le Devisement du Monde’: Narrative Voice, Language and Diversity  (S.H.) 155-[no p.]
John Gower: The French Balades, ed. and trans. R. F. Yeager; John Gower, Trilingual Poet: Language, Translation and Tradition, ed. Elisabeth Dutton, with John Hines and R. F. Yeager (NEIL CARTLIDGE) 157-[no p.]
Stéphane Boisselier, Bernard Darbord, and Denis Menjot (with Georges Martin, Jean-Pierre Molénat, and Paul Teyssier), Langues médiévales ibériques domaines espagnol et portugais (Ioanna Sitaridou) 158-[no p.]
Victoria Béguelin-Argimón, La geografía en los relatos de viajes castellanos del ocaso de la Edad Media: Análisis del discurso y léxico  (JUAN-CARLOS CONDE) 159-[no p.]
Mira Mocan, L’arca della mente: Riccardo di San Vittore nella ‘Commedia’ di Dante (Nicolò Maldina) 161-[no p.]
Merridee L. Bailey, Socialising the Child in Late Medieval England c.1400–1600 (CAROLYN P. COLLETTE) 162-[no p.]
Sara McDougall, Bigamy and Christian Identity in Late Medieval Champagne (Justine Firnhaber-Baker) 163-[no p.]
Elizabeth J. Moodey, Illuminated Crusader Histories for Philip the Good of Burgundy  (S.H.) 164-[no p.]
Editions
A Middle English Statute-Book: Part I: Statuta antiqua, ed. Claire Fennell
166-[no p.]
Geoffrey Chaucer, Troilus and Criseyde, ed. Stephen A. Barney
166-[no p.]
The Middle English Metrical Paraphrase of the Old Testament, ed. Michael Livingston 166-[no p.]
Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales: Fifteen Tales and the General Prologue, ed. V. A. Kolve and Glending Olson
167-[no p.]
Geoffrey Chaucer, Dream Visions and Other Poems, ed. Kathryn L. Lynch
167-[no p.]
The Consolation of Queen Elizabeth I: The Queen’s Translation of Boethius’s ‘De consolatione Philosophiae’ (Public Record Office Manuscript SP 12/289), ed. Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr, and Philip Edward Phillips
167-[no p.]
John Lydgate’s ‘Lives of SS Edmund & Fremund’ and the ‘Extra Miracles of St Edmund’, ed. Anthony Bale and A. S. G. Edwards
168-[no p.]
Ten Bourdes, ed. Melissa Furrow (BEN PARSONS)
168-[no p.]
The Middle English Version of William of Saliceto’s ‘Anatomia’, ed. Christian Heimerl
169-[no p.]
The Middle English Wise Book of Philosophy and Astronomy: A Parallel-Text Edition, ed. Carrie Green
169-[no p.]
French Arthurian Literature V: The Lay of Mantel, ed. and trans. Glyn S. Burgess and Leslie C. Brook (ANDREEA WEISL-SHAW)
170-[no p.]
Guillaume de Machaut, The Tale of the Alerion, ed. and trans. Minnette Gaudet and Constance B. Hieatt (S.H.)
170-[no p.]
Juan Fernández de Heredia, Crónica troyana, ed. María Sanz Julián (Juan Casas Rigall)
170-[no p.]
Shorter Notices
SHORTER NOTICES 171-[no p.]

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