Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 2 (1987)

更新日: 1987/12/20

  • Articles
  • Ne necaberis, ne sle no3t, — An Interpretation for Piers Plowman A XI, 254 (in Japanese)
    Tamaki Atsuko (pp. 1-13)
  • The Design of Chaucer’s Parlement of Foulys
    Yoshiko Asaka (pp. 15-29)
  • The Narrator-Audience Relationship in Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde
    Tsutomu Sato (pp. 31-58)
  • Shall and Will in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales: A Styolo-statistical Aproach (in Japanese)
    Kimiyuki Nishide and Kawabata Takeshi (pp .59-75)
  • Tone as Meaning in the Morte Arthure
    Gregory K. Jember (pp. 77-94)
  • The Use of Animals (Living and Artificial) in the English Mystery Play (in Japanese)
    Kusue Kurokawa (pp. 95-109)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings, 1986