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Julia Aguilar Miquel, La primera tradición indirecta de las Sententiae de Tajón de Zaragoza (s. VII): un acercamiento a su difusión en época carolingia 207-223
Daniel Anlezark, Aldhelm, Daniel and Azarias 224-243
Maria Teresa Rachetta, Paris 1244: the Jews, the Christians, and the Tartars: the Livre of Moses ben Abraham, a little-known case of Jewish apologetics in Medieval French 244-266
Stephen H. A. Shepherd and Courtney Harshbarger, Text–image alignment in MS Douce 104 (Piers Plowman): ‘articulation’, pre-drawing, and proximal allusion 267-300
Patrizia Serra, New hypotheses on Guillaume d’Angleterre 301-326
Elizabeth Eva Leach, Ripping romance to ribbons: the French of a German knight in the Tournament at Chauvency 327-349
Leonard Neidorf, Hygelac and his daughter: rereading Beowulf lines 2985–98 350-355
Marijane Osborn, Princess Freawaru and Hamlet's other uncle … 356-373
Keagan Brewer and James H. Kane, Ricardus explicit: an elusive marginal note on the earliest manuscript of the Libellus de expugnatione Terrae Sanctae per Saladinum 374-380
Sebastian Sobecki, A new life record for John Gower, 1396 381-382
Cord J. Whitaker, Black Metaphors. How Modern Racism Emerged from Medieval Race-Thinking  (Alastair Minnis) 383-384
Lynn T. Ramey, Black Legacies: Race and the European Middle Ages  (Joseph P. Derosier) 384-386
Kathryn M. Rudy, Image, Knife, and Gluepot: An Assemblage in Manuscript and Print  (N.F.P.) 386-387
Venetia Bridges, Medieval Narratives of Alexander the Great: Transnational Texts in England and France  (Sylvia Federico) 387-389
Tristan Major, Undoing Babel: The Tower of Babel in Anglo-Saxon Literature  (Andrew Breeze) 389-390
Diane Watt, Women, Writing and Religion in England and Beyond, 650–1100  (Elaine Treharne) 390-391
Remaking Boethius: The English Language Translation Tradition of ‘The Consolation of Philosophy’, ed. B. Donaghey, N. H. Kaylor, P. E. Phillips and P. E. Szarmach, with assistance from K. C. Hawley (Alastair Minnis) 392-393
David Callander, Dissonant Neighbours: Narrative Progress in Early Welsh & English Poetry  (Simon Rodway) 393-394
Thorlac Turville-Petre, Description and Narrative in Middle English Alliterative Poetry  (Geoffrey Russom) 394-395
Arvind Thomas, Piers Plowman and the Reinvention of Church Law in the Late Middle Ages  (Rebecca Davis) 396-397
John Bugbee, God’s Patients: Chaucer, Agency, and the Nature of Laws  (Alastair Minnis) 397-398
Nancy Bradley Warren, Chaucer and Religious Controversies in the Medieval and Early Modern Eras  (Alastair Minnis) 399-400
Sonja Drimmer, The Art of Allusion. Illuminators and the Making of English Literature, 1403–1476  (Richard Gameson) 400-401
Sebastian Sobecki, Last Words. The Public Self and the Social Author in Late Medieval England  (Alastair Minnis) 402-403
Sarah Salih, Imagining the Pagan in Late Medieval England  (Alastair Minnis) 404-405
Molly A. Martin, Castles and Space in Malory’s Morte Darthur  (K. S. Whetter) 405-406
Megan L. Cook, The Poet and the Antiquaries. Chaucerian Scholarship and the Rise of Literary History, 1532–1635  (Alastair Minnis) 407-408
Luke Sunderland, Rebel Barons: Resisting Royal Power in Medieval Culture  (Mary Franklin-Brown) 408-409
James C. Kriesel, Boccaccio’s Corpus: Allegory, Ethics, and Vernacularity  (Peter Chekin) 410-411
David Stephenson, Medieval Wales c. 1050-1332; Centuries of Ambiguity (Simon Meecham-Jones) 411-412
Sean L. Field, Courting Sanctity: Holy Women and the Capetians  (Barbara Zimbalist) 412-414
The Voices of Middle English Lyric: An Anthology of Poems ca.1150–1530, ed. Anne E. Klinck (John C. Hirsh) 414-415
The Norton Chaucer, ed. David Lawton with Jennifer Arch and Kathryn Lynch (Alastair Minnis) 415-416
The Taill of Rauf Coilȝear, ed. Ralph Hanna 415
Wace, Vie de sainte Marguerite. Conception Nostre Dame. Vie de saint Nicolas, ed. Françoise Laurent, Françoise Le Saux, and Nathalie Bragantini Maillard (Peter Chekin) 416-417
Julia Frick, Thomas Murners ‘Aeneis’-Übersetzung (1515). Lateinisch-deutsche Edition und Untersuchungen  (John L. Flood) 417
Shorter Notices
Emotion and Medieval Textual Media, ed. Mary C. Flannery, Early European Research 13 418-419
Sensory Reflections. Traces of Experience in Medieval Artefacts, ed. Fiona Griffiths and Kathryn 418
Flaying in the Pre-Modern World, ed. Larissa Tracy 419
Medieval and Early Modern Murder, ed. Larissa Tracy 419-420
Mysticism and Reform 1400–1750, ed. Sara S. Poor and Nigel Smith 419
New Medieval Literatures 19, ed. Philip Knox, Kellie Robertson, Wendy Scase, and Laura Ashe 420
Studies in Medievalism XXVIII: Medievalism and Discrimination, ed. Karl Fugelso 420-421
Schola cordis. Indagine sul cuore medievale: Letteratura, teologia, codicologia, scienza, ed. Donatella Manzoli and Patrizia Stoppacci, La Mistica cristiana tra Oriente e Occidente 33 421
S. J. Ogilvie-Thompson, The Index of Middle English Prose: Handlist XXIII: The Rawlinson Collection, Bodleian Library, Oxford 421-422
The Transmission of Medieval Romance: Metres, Manuscripts and Early Prints, ed. Ad Putter and Judith A. Jefferson, Studies in Medieval Romance XXI 422-423
Laura Ashe, The Oxford Literary History: Volume 1, 1000–1350: Conquest and Transformation 422
Linguistic Variation in the Ancrene Wisse, Katherine Group and Wooing Group: Essays Celebrating the Completion of the Parallel Text Edition, ed. Harumi Tanabe, Koichi Kano, and John Scahill, Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature 52 423
Kenneth Bleeth, Chaucer’s ‘Squire’s Tale’, ‘Franklin’s Tale’, and ‘Physician’s Tale’: An Annotated Bibliography 1900–2005, The Chaucer Bibliographies 423-424
Historians on John Gower, ed. Stephen H. Rigby with Siân Echard, Publications of the John Gower Society 12 424-425
The International Companion to Scottish Literature, 1400–1650, ed. Nicola Royan, International Companions to Scottish Literature 424
Richard Coeur de Lion, ed. and trans. Katherine H. Terrell, Broadview Editions 425
Sarah C. E. Ross, Women, Poetry, & Politics in Seventeenth-Century Britain 425-426
Verletzungen und Unversehrtheit in der deutschen Literatur des Mittelalters. XXIV. Anglo- Geman Colloquium, Saarbrücken 2015, ed. Sarah Bowden, Nine Miedema, and Stephen Mossman 426
Maria in Hymnus und Sequenz. Interdisziplinäre mediävistische Perspektiven, ed. Eva Rothenberger and Lydia Wegener, Liturgie und Volkssprache 426-427
Zygmunt G. Barański, Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio: Literature, Doctrine, Reality, Selected Essays 6 426
The End-Times in Medieval German Literature: Sin, Evil, and the Apocalypse, ed. Ernst Ralf Hintz and Scott E. Pincikowski 427
George Molyneaux, The Formation of the English Kingdom in the Tenth Century 427-428
The Medieval Way of War: Studies in Medieval Military History in Honor of Bernard S. Bachrach, ed. Gregory I. Halfond 428
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