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Lieke Smits, Wounding, sealing, and kissing: bridal imagery and the image of Christ 1-[no p.]
Roger Ellis, The Northern Homily Cycle: a work in progress 23-[no p.]
Cosima Gillhammer, The Holy Cross legend: a unique version in Oxford, Trinity College, MS 29 52-[no p.]
Margherita Lecco, Rinaldo e la coppa incantata: Il motivo del Testing Cup da Robert Biket all’Orlando Furioso 80-[no p.]
Giulia Boitani, A note on liturgical and mystical quotations in Flamenca 93-[no p.]
Jennifer Neville, A modest proposal: titles for the Exeter Book Riddles 116-[no p.]
Leonard Neidorf, Caesar’s wine and the dating of Widsith 124-[no p.]
Michael J. Warren, A new Latin analogue to the cuckoo-motif in The Seafarer and The Husband’s Message 129-[no p.]
Angus J. Kennedy, Christine de Pizan, Orléans, and Burgundy 134-[no p.]
Klaus Gereon Beuckers, Das Prachtevangeliar aus Mariengraden. Ein Meisterwerk der salischen Buchmalerei Dombibliothek Köln salischen Buchmalerei. Die Handschrift Cod. 1–1a der Erzbischöfl ichen Diözesan- und Dombibliothek Köln (Jeffrey F. Hamburger) 140-[no p.]
Jeremy Mynott, Birds in the Ancient World: Winged Words (Michael Warren) 141-[no p.]
Alastair Minnis, From Eden to Eternity: Creations of Paradise in the Later Middle Ages (Theresa Lorraine Tyers) 143-[no p.]
Kellie Robertson, Nature Speaks: Medieval Literature and Aristotelian Philosophy (Marco Nievergelt) 144-[no p.]
Philip L. Reynolds, How Marriage Became One of the Sacraments: The Sacramental Theology of Marriage from its Medieval Origins to the Council of Trent of Marriage from its Medieval Origins to the Council of Trent (Alastair Minnis) 146-[no p.]
Ciaran Arthur, ‘Charms’, Liturgies, and Secret Rites in Early Medieval England (Rafał Borysławski) 147-[no p.]
Richard Firth Green, Elf Queens and Holy Friars: Fairy Beliefs and the Medieval Church (Victoria Flood) 148-[no p.]
Irene Ceccherini, Sozomeno da Pistoia (1387–1458): scrittura e libri di un umanista, premessa di Stefano Zamponi, con un saggio di David Speranzi (Anna Pegoretti) 150-[no p.]
Hanna Vorholt, Shaping Knowledge: The Transmission of the Liber Floridus (Jeffrey F. Hamburger) 151-[no p.]
Corinne Dale, The Natural World in the Exeter Book Riddles (Frances McCormack) 153-[no p.]
Geoffrey Russom, The Evolution of Verse Structure in Old and Middle English Poetry: From the Earliest Alliterative Poems to Iambic Pentameter (David O’Neil) 155-[no p.]
Thomas A. Prendergast, Poetical Dust: Poets’ Corner and the Making of Britain (Elizabeth Allen) 156-[no p.]
Philippa Hardman and Marianne Ailes, The Legend of Charlemagne in Medieval England: The Matter of France in Middle English and Anglo-Norman Literature (Luke Sunderland) 157-[no p.]
Susan E. Deskis, Alliterative Proverbs in Medieval England: Language Choice and Literary Meaning (Ian Cornelius) 159-[no p.]
Ian Cornelius, Reconstructing Alliterative Verse: The Pursuit of a Medieval Meter (Thorlac Turville-Petre) 160-[no p.]
Walter Wadiak, Savage Economy: The Returns of Middle English Romance (Kathy Cawsey) 162-[no p.]
Jennifer Garrison, Challenging Communion: The Eucharist and Middle English Literature (Natalie Jones) 163-[no p.]
Rory G. Critten, Author, Scribe, and Book in Late Medieval English Literature (Alastair Minnis) 164-[no p.]
Kathryn McKinley, Chaucer’s House of Fame and its Boccaccian Intertexts: Image, Vision, and the Vernacular (Kenneth Clarke) 166-[no p.]
Elizabeth Solopova, Manuscripts of the Wycliffite Bible in the Bodleian and Oxford College Libraries (Michael P. Kuczynski) 167-[no p.]
Sylvie Meyer, Le Roman d’aventure médiéval entre convention et subversion (XIIe–XIIIe siècles): accidents de parcours (Sylvia Huot) 168-[no p.]
Jonathan Morton, The ‘Roman de la rose’ in its Philosophical Context: Art, Nature, and Ethics (Sylvia Huot) 170-[no p.]
Julie Singer, Representing Mental Illness in Late Medieval France: Machines, Madness, Metaphor (Sylvia Huot) 171-[no p.]
Haki Antonsson, Damnation and Salvation in Old Norse Literature (Natalija Ganina) 172-[no p.]
Jean Dangler, Edging toward Iberia (Louise M. Haywood) 174-[no p.]
Hilduin of Saint-Denis, The Passio S. Dionysii in Prose and Verse, ed. Michael Lapidge (Emily A. Winkler) 176-[no p.]
Instruction for a Ruler: De principis instructione, ed. and trans. Robert Bartlett (Nigel Palmer) 177-[no p.]
The Letter Collections of Nicholas of Clairvaux, ed. and trans. Lena Wahlgren-Smith (Nigel Palmer) 177-[no p.]
Charters of Chertsey Abbey, ed. S. E. Kelly 178-[no p.]
Poems from BL MS Harley 913 ‘The Kildare Manuscript’, ed. Thorlac Turville-Petre 178-[no p.]
The Wooing of Our Lord and The Wooing Group Prayers, ed. and trans. Catherine Innes-Parker 179-[no p.]
Anne Hudson, Doctors in English: A Study of the Wycliffite Gospel Commentaries 179-[no p.]
A Revelation of Purgatory, ed. and trans. Liz Herbert McAvoy 180-[no p.]
Le Bone Florence of Rome: A Critical Edition and Facing Translation of a Middle English Romance Analogous to Chaucer’s ‘Man of Law’s Tale’, ed. and trans. Jonathan Stavsky 180-[no p.]
Jane Bliss, An Anglo-Norman Reader (Sylvia Huot) 180-[no p.]
Le Jeu d’Adam, ed. and trans. Geneviève Hasenohr; La Vie de saint Alexis, ed. and introd. Maurizio Perugi, trans. Valérie Fasseur and Maurizio Perugi (Jane H.M. Taylor) 181-[no p.]
Florilège de Perceforest, ed. Gilles Roussineau (Sylvia Huot) 182-[no p.]
Motets from the Chansonnier de Noailles, ed. Gaël Saint-Cricq, Eglal Doss-Quinby, and Samuel N. Rosenberg (Matthew P. Thomson) 182-[no p.]
Ovide moralisé: Livre I, ed. Craig Baker et al. (Sylvia Huot) 183-[no p.]
La Belle Dame qui eust mercy and Le Dialogue d’amoureux et de sa dame, ed. and trans. Joan Grenier-Winther 184-[no p.]
Königin Sibille. Huge Scheppel. Editionen, Kommentare und Erschließungen, ed. Bernd Bastert and Ute von Bloh, with the assistance of Lina Herz and Silke Winst (Nigel Palmer) 184-[no p.]
Das Lied vom Hürnen Seyfrid, ed. Maike Claußnitzer and Kassandra Sperl (John L. Flood) 185-186
Shorter Notices
Text, Transmission, and Transformation in the European Middle Ages, 1000–1500, ed. Carrie Griffin and Emer Purcell 186-187
Studies in Medievalism XXVII: Authenticity, Medievalism, Music, ed. Karl Fugelso 187
The Complete Old English Poems, trans. Craig Williamson, introd. Tom Shippey 187-188
Medieval Romances Across European Borders, ed. Miriam Edlich-Muth, Medieval Narratives in Transmission (Michael Stoltz) 187
Saint Aldhelm’s Riddles, trans. A. M. Juster 188
Vater der Armen. Otmar und die Anfänge des Klosters St. Gallen. Sommerausstellung 12. März 2019 bis 17. November 2019, ed. Cora Dora 188-189
Les Métamorphoses de Virgile: réception de la figure de l’auctor. Antiquité, Moyen Âge, temps modernes, ed. Jean-Louis Haquette and Karin Ueltschi 189-190
Jennifer D. Thibodeaux, The Manly Priest: Clerical Celibacy, Masculinity, and Reform in England and Normandy, 1066–1300 189
Juliette Wood, Fantastic Creatures in Mythology and Folklore: From Medieval Times to the Present Day 189
Medieval Cantors and their Craft: Music, Liturgy and the Shaping of History, 800–1500, ed. Katie Ann-Marie Bugyis, A. B. Kraebel, and Margot E. Fassler 190-191
Madeleine Gray, Rewriting Holiness: Reconfiguring Vitae, Re-Signifying Cults 190
Mystical Theology and Contemporary Spiritual Practice: Renewing the Contemplative Tradition, ed. Christopher C. H. Cook, Julienne McLean, and Peter Tyler 191
The Multilingual Muse: Transcultural Poetics in the Burgundian Netherlands, ed. Adrian Armstrong and Elsa Strietman (Ad Putter) 191-192
Saints of North-East England, 600–1500, ed. Margaret Coombe, Anne Mouron, and Christiania Whitehead 192-193
Douglas Dales, Divine Remaking: St Bonaventure and the Gospel of Luke 192
Schriftkultur und religiöse Zentren im norddeutschen Raum, ed. Patrizia Carmassi, Eva Schlotheuer, and Almut Breitenbach 193-194
Anneliese Ottermann, Die Mainzer Karmeliterbibliothiek. Spurensuche – Spurensicherung – Spurendeutung (Nigel Palmer) 193
Hedwig Röckelein, Schriftlandschaften, Bildungslandschaften und religiöse Landschaften des Mittelalters in Norddeutschland 194-195
Imagining the Jew in Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture, ed. Samantha Zacher 195
Latinity and Identity in Anglo-Saxon Literature, ed. Rebecca Stephenson and Emily V. Thornbury 195
Mercedes Salvador-Bello, Isidorean Perceptions of Order: The Exeter Book Riddles and Medieval Latin Enigmata 195-196
The Psalms and Medieval English Literature: From the Conversion to the Reformation, ed. Tamara Atkin and Francis Leneghan 196
Writing History in the Anglo-Norman World: Manuscripts, Makers and Readers, c.1066–c.1250, ed. Laura Cleaver and Andrea Worms (Benjamin Pohl) 196-197
Thinking Medieval Romance, ed. Katherine C. Little and Nicola McDonald 197
Devotional Literature and Practice in Medieval England: Readers, Reading, and Reception, ed. Kathryn Vuli?, Susan Uselmann, and C. Annette Grisé 197-198
Representing War and Violence 1250–1600, ed. Joanna Bellis and Laura Slater 198-199
Andrew Escobedo, Volition’s Face: Personification and the Will in Renaissance Literature 198
Editing and Interpretation of Middle English Texts: Essays in Honour of William Marx, ed. Margaret Connolly and Raluca Radulescu 199
Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess: Contexts and Interpretations, ed. Jamie C. Fumo (Kathy Cawsey) 199-200
Angela M. Lucas, The Index of Middle English Prose: Handlist XXII: Manuscripts in Christ’s, Emmanuel, Jesus, Selwyn and Sidney Sussex Colleges, Peterhouse and Trinity Hall, Cambridge 199
A Critical Companion to John Skelton, ed. Sebastian Sobecki and John Scattergood 200-201
John Gower: Others and the Self, ed. Russell A. Peck and R. F. Yeager 200
Barbour’s Bruce and its Cultural Contexts: Politics, Chivalry and Literature in Late Medieval Scotland, ed. Steve Boardman and Susan Foran 201-202
Ken Jackson, Shakespeare & Abraham (Laurie Atkinson) 201
Dante and the Seven Deadly Sins: Twelve Literary and Historical Essays, ed. John C. Barnes and Daragh O’Connell (Stefano Milonia) 202-203
Milena Mikhaïlova-Makaris, Le Présent de Marie: lecture des Lais de Marie de France 202
The Legendary Legacy: Transmission and Reception of the Fornaldarsögur Norðurlanda, ed. Matthew Driscoll, Silvia Hufnagel, Philip Lavender, and Beeke Stegmann 203
Anatoly Liberman, The Saga Mind and the Beginnings of Icelandic Prose, with a foreword by Jurij Kusmenko 203
Philippe Buc, Holy War, Martyrdom, and Terror: Christianity, Violence, and the West 203-204
Killing and Being Killed: Bodies in Battle. Perspectives on Fighters in the Middle Ages, ed. Jörg Rogge 204
Political Society in Later Medieval England: A Festschrift for Christine Carpenter, ed. Benjamin Thompson and John Watts 204-205
Laura Slater, Art and Political Thought in Medieval England, c.1150–1359 (Nigel Palmer) 205-206
E. M. Rose, The Murder of William of Norwich: The Origins of the Blood Libel in Medieval Europe 205

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