New Medieval Literatures: Volume III

Hardcover | December 15, 1999

EditorDavid Lawton, Wendy Scase, Rita Copeland

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New Medieval Literatures is an annual of work on medieval textual cultures. It provides a venue for innovative essays that deploy diverse methodologies-theoretical, 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.

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New Medieval Literatures is an annual of work on medieval textual cultures. It provides a venue for innovative essays that deploy diverse methodologies-theoretical, archival, philological and historicist. The editors, active in three continents and supported by a distinguishedmultidisciplinary Advisory Board, aim to engage with intelle...

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

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Format:HardcoverPublished:December 15, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198186800

ISBN - 13:9780198186809

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Table of Contents

David Lawton: Introduction: Production, Place, and FantasyDavid Wallace: Dante in Somerset: Ghosts, Historiography, PeriodizationHelen Cooper: The Four Last Things in Dante and Chaucer: Ugolino in the House of RumourKathy Lavezzo: Another Country: AElfric and the Production of English IdentityAlfred Hiatt: Forgery at the University of CambridgeScott-Morgan Straker: Rivalry and Reciprocity in Lydgate's Troy BookWilliam Kuskin: Reading Caxton: Transformations in Capital, Authority, Prints, and Persona in the Late Fifteenth CenturyNicolette Zeeman: 'Studying' in the Middle Ages-and in Piers Plowman Ralph Hanna III: School and Scorn: Gender in Piers Plowman Miranda Griffin: Dirty Stories: Abjection in the FabliauxAnne Birrell: Panoptican in her Bedroom: Voyeurism and the Concept of Space in the Love Lyrics of Early Medieval ChinaSarah Kay: Analytical Survery 3: The New PhilologyIndex