Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 17 (2002)

更新日: 2002/12/20

  • Articles 
  • Napier XL and Naper LVIII: Two ‘Pseudo-Wulfstan’ Homilies and Their Places in the Old English Vernacular Prose Tradition
    Hiroshi OGAWA
  • Clerical Training and Lay Instruction in Chaucer’s England: the Educational System Illustrated by the Parson and the Clerk
    Leo Carruthers
  • Case-Forms and mid-Phrases in the Old English Metres of Boethius: A Comparison with the Prose Version
    Kiriko SATO
  • [Matsunami Prise for 2001: Commendation Essay]
    Syntactic Uniqueness of the Gospel of John in the West Saxon Gospels and their Authorship: Additional Evidence for the Divided Theory
    Yoshitaka KOZUKA
  • New Book
  • Yoshiaki Todoroki, An Addition to Miniatures of Goddess Fortune in Mediaeval Manuscripts (Seibido, 2000)
    Masahiro MIBU
  • Book Reviews
  • Christine Rauer, Beowulf and the Dragon: Parallels and Analogues (D. S. Brewer, 2000)
    Tomoaki MIZUNO
  • R.M. Liuzza, ed., The Old English Version of the Gospels, Vol. I: Text and Introduction, Vol. II: Notes and Glossary, EETS, O.S. 304 and 314 (Oxford University Press, 1994 and 2000)
  • Richard West. Chaucer, 1340-1400: The Life and Times of the First English Poet. (Carroll and Graf, 2000)
    Peter G. Beidler
  • Isamu Saito, Chaucer: Ambiguity, Playfulness and Piety (Nan’undo, 2000)
    Masatoshi KAWASAKI
  • Minoji Akimoto (ed.), Grammaticalization: Studies and Problems (Eichosha, 2001)
    Mitsuru MAEDA
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2001
    Matsunami Prize for 2001: Selection and Comment
    Suggestions for Future Contributions
    Books Received April 2001―March 2002