Studies in the Age of Chaucer: Volume 39

Studies in the Age of Chaucer: Volume 39

by Sarah Salih (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780933784413
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
Publication date: 01/15/2018
Series: NCS Studies in the Age of Chaucer Series
Pages: 460
Product dimensions: 6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)

Table of Contents


Jennifer Bryan
“A berd! A berd!”: Chaucer’s Miller and the Poetics of the Pun

Jeanne Provost
Vital Property in The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale

Megan Murton 
Secular Consolation in Chaucer’s Complaint of Mars

Michael J. Warren 
“Kek kek”: Translating Birds in Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls

Taylor Cowdery
Hoccleve’s Poetics of Matter

Adin E. Lears 
Noise, Soundplay, and Langland’s Poetics of Lolling in the Time of Wyclif

Anthony Bale 
“ut legi”: Sir John Mandeville’s Audience and Three Late Medieval English Travelers to Italy and Jerusalem

COLLOQUIUM: John Shirley’s Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R.3.20 and the Culture of the Anthology in Late Medieval England

Megan Cook and Elizaveta Strakhov

A. S. G. Edwards
John Shirley, John Lydgate, and the Motives of Compilation 

Kathryn Veeman
John Shirley’s Early Bureaucratic Career

Julia Boffey
Shirley, Trinity College Cambridge MS R.3.20, and the Circumstances of Lydgate’s Temple of Glass: Coterie Verse over Time 265

Kara Doyle
“Je maviseray”: Chaucer’s Anelida, Shirley’s Chaucer, Shirley’s Readers

Stephanie Downes
Minding Shirley’s French

R. D. Perry
The Earl of Suffolk’s French Poems and Shirley’s Virtual Coteries


David Aers, Beyond Reformation? An Essay on William Langland’s “Piers Plowman” and the End of Constantinian Christianity (Nancy Bradley Warren)

Lynn Arner, Chaucer, Gower, and the Vernacular Rising: Poetry and the Problem of the Populace after 1381(Jenni Nuttall) 

Aisling Byrne, Otherworlds: Fantasy and History in Medieval Literature(Helen Fulton) 

Warren Ginsberg, Tellers, Tales, and Translation in Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” (Kara Gaston) 

Anne Hudson, Doctors in English: A Study of the Wycliffite Gospel Commentaries (Michael P. Kuczynski)

Patricia Claire Ingham, The Medieval New: Ambivalence in an Age of Innovation (Jordan Kirk) 

Andrew James Johnston, Ethan Knapp, and Margitta Rouse, eds.,The Art of Vision: Ekphrasis in Medieval Literature and Culture (Karla Taylor) 

Shirin A. Khanmohamadi, In Light of Another’s Word: European Ethnography in the Middle Ages (Matthew Boyd Goldie) 

Megan Leitch, Romancing Treason: The Literature of the Wars of the Roses(Matthew Giancarlo) 

Ryan McDermott, Tropologies: Ethics and Invention in England, c. 1350-1600(Taylor Cowdery)

Robyn Malo, Relics and Writing in Late Medieval England (Ellen K. Rentz) 

Ellen K. Rentz, Imagining the Parish in Late Medieval England (Nicole R. Rice) 

Elizabeth Scala, Desire in the “Canterbury Tales” (Masha Raskolnikov) 

Kurt A. Schreyer, Shakespeare’s Medieval Craft: Remnants of the Mysteries on the London Stage (Peggy Knapp) 

Fiona Somerset, Feeling Like Saints: Lollard Writings after Wyclif (Ian Christopher Levy) 

Claire Sponsler, The Queen’s Dumbshows: John Lydgate and the Making of Early Theater (Jonathan Stavsky)

Jamie K. Taylor, Fictions of Evidence: Witnessing, Literature, and Community in the Late Middle Ages (Kathleen Smith)

Alfred Thomas, Reading Women in Late Medieval Europe: Anne of Bohemia and Chaucer’s Female Audience (Sue Niebrzydowski) 

Peter W. Travis and Frank Grady, eds., Approaches to Teaching Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, 2nd ed. (David Raybin) 

Jameson S. Workman, Chaucer and the Death of the Political Animal (Liam Lewis) 



Stephanie Amsel
Abbreviations of Chaucer’s Works 
Periodical Abbreviations 
Bibliographical Citations and Annotations 
Author Index—Bibliography 


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