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Chaucer and the Challenges of Medievalism

Studies in Honor of H. A. Kelly

Series:

Donka Minkova and Theresa Tinkle

Contents: Donka Minkova/Theresa Tinkle: Introduction – Christopher Baswell: King Edward and the Cripple – V. A. Kolve: Looking at the Sun in Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde – Gordon Kipling: Lydgate: The Poet as Deviser – Martin Duffell: French Symmetry, Germanic Rhythm, and Spanish Metre – Donka Minkova/Robert Stockwell: Emendation and the Chaucerian Metrical Template – Glending Olson: A Franciscan Reads the Facetus – Theresa Tinkle: The Imagined Chaucerian Community of Bodleian MS Fairfax 16 – John Ganim: Mary Shelley, Godwin’s Chaucer and the Middle Ages – Edward I. Condren: The Disappointments of Criseyde – John V. Fleming: Madame Eglentyne: The Telling of the Beads – Matthew Brosamer: The Cook, the Miller, and Alimentary Hell – Eric Jager: The Shipman’s Tale: Merchant’s Time and Church’s Time, Secular and Sacred Space – George Hardin Brown: Ansgar, Pragmatic Visionary – Margaret Bridges: Uncertain Peregrinations of the Living and the Dead: Writing (Hagiography) as Translating (Relics) in Osbern Bokenham’s Legend of St. Margaret – Anita Obermeier: Joachim’s Infertility in the St. Anne’s Legend – Joseph Nagy: A Pig for Samhain? – Michael Hanly: Marriage, War, and Good Government in Late-Fourteenth-Century Europe: The De regimine principum Tradition in Langland, Mézières, and Bovet – Terri Bays: «I xal excusyn þe & ledyn þe & bryngyn þe a-geyn in safte». Liturgy and Authority in The Book of Margery Kempe – Thomas Hahn: Christian Diaspora in Late Medieval, Early Modern Perspective: A Transcription of the Treatise Decem nationes Christianorum.