9780198186809

New Medieval Literatures Volume III

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  • ISBN13:

    9780198186809

  • ISBN10:

    0198186800

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-03-16
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press

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Summary

New Medieval Literatures is an annual of work on medieval textual cultures. It provides a venue for innovative essays that deploy diverse methodologiesDStheoretical, archival, philological and historicist. The editors, active in three continents and supported by a distinguishedmultidisciplinary Advisory Board, aim to engage with intellectual and cultural pluralism in the Middle Ages and now.

Author Biography


David Lawton is Professor of English Literature, Washington University, St Louis

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
vii
Introduction: Production, Place, and Fantasy
1(8)
David Lawton
Dante in Somerset: Ghosts, Historiography, Periodization
9(30)
David Wallace
The Four Last Things in Dante and Chaucer: Ugolino in the House of Rumour
39(28)
Helen Cooper
Another Country: Ælfric and the Production of English Identity
67(28)
Kathy Lavezzo
Forgery at the University of Cambridge
95(24)
Alfred Hiatt
Rivalry and Reciprocity in Lydgate's Troy Book
119(30)
Scoott-Morgan Straker
Reading Caxton: Transformations in Capital, Authority, Print and Persona in the Late Fifteenth Century
149(36)
William Kuskin
`Studying' in the Middle Ages---and in Piers Plowman
185(28)
Nicolette Zeeman
School and Scorn: Gender in Piers Plowman
213(16)
Ralph Hanna III
Dirty Stories: Abjection in the Fabliaux
229(32)
Miranda Griffin
Panopticon is her Bedroom: Voyeurism and the Concept of Space in the Love Lyrics of Early Medieval China
261(34)
Anne Birrell
Analytical Survey 3: The New Philology
295(32)
Sarah Kay
Index 327

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