The Learned and the Lewed: Studies in Chaucer and Medieval Literature

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780674518889
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1974
  • Series: Harvard English Studies Series , #5
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 5.55 (w) x 8.22 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Bartlett Jere Whiting
David Staines

Now (This), Now (That) and
BD 646
Leger Brosnahan

How Marcia Lost Her Skin:
A Note on Chaucer's Mythology
Alfred David

The Clerk of Venus: Chaucer and Medieval Romance
R. T. Lenaghan

The Image of Paradise in the Merchant's Tale
Kenneth A. Bleeth

Chaucer's Clerk as Teacher
Robert Longsworth

In Search of Chaucer: The Needed Narrative
Christopher Brookhouse

Speculation, Intention, and the Teaching of Chaucer
George F. Reinecke

Chaucer's Courtly Love
Edmund Reiss

The Heart and the Chain
John Leyerle

The Terror of the Dark Waters:
A Note on Virgilian and Beowulfian Techniques
Alain Renoir

he Art of High Prosaic Seriousness: John Gower as Didactic Raconteur
Anthony E. Farnham

A Plea for the Middle Scots
Florence H. Ridley

F. J. Child and the Ballad
James Reppert

"When Adam Delved.. .":
Contexts of a Historic Proverb
Albert B. Friedman

The Medieval Terence
Paul Theiner

Christian Form and Christian Meaning in Halldórs Þáttr I
Joseph Harris

Reynard the Fox and the Manipulation of the Popular Proverb
Donald B. Sands

Lydgate the Hagiographer as Literary Artist
James I. Miller, Jr.

John Lydgate and the Proverbial Tiger
Elizabeth Walsh, RSCJ

Teaching Medieval Drama as Theatre
Stanley J. Kahrl

How Much Was Known of the Breton Lai in Fourteenth-Century England?
John B. Beston

Middle English Emare and the Cloth Worthily Wrought
Mortimer J. Donovan

Le Bone Florence of Rome: A Middle English Adaptation of a French Romance
Anne Thompson Lee

The Gest of Robin Hood
Revisited
J. B. Bessinger, Jr.

"Honour & Right" in Arthur of Little Britain
Alice B. Morgan

A Deliberate Analogue of Fitt I of Thomas of Erceldoune
William Alfred

The Writings of Bartlett Jere Whiting
McKay Sundwall

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