Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 28 (2013)

更新日: 2013/11/10

  • Article
  • Two Revolutionary Periods for the Text: The Fifteenth and the Twenty-First Centuries
    Graham D. CAIE (pp. 1-16)
  • Book Reviews
  • Bella Millett, Ancrene Wisse: Guide for Anchoresses: A Translation Based on Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 402. (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2009)
    Chiyoko INOSAKI (pp. 17-25)
  • Swift Edgar ed., The Vulgate Bible Volume I: The Pentateuch. (London & Others: Harvard University Press, 2010)
    Hiroshi YONEKURA (pp. 27-34)
  • Mayumi Taguchi ed., The History of the Patriarks. Edited from Cambridge, St John’s College MS G. 31 with Parallel Texts of The Hisoria Scholastica and the Bible Historiale. (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2010)
    Fumiko YOSHIKAWA (pp. 35-48)
  • Brantley L. Bryant et al., Geoffrey Chaucer Hath a Blog: Medieval Studies and New Media. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
    Dylan JONES (pp. 49-58)
  • Lori Ann Garner, Structuring Spaces: Oral Poetics and Architecture in Early Medieval England. (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011)
    Yasuharu ETO (pp. 59-69)
  • Akiyuki Jimura, Chaucer no Eigo no Sekai (The World of Chaucer’s English). (Hiroshima: Keisuisha, 2011)
    Masatoshi KAWASAKI (pp. 71-79)
  • Marianne E. Kalinke ed., The Arthur of the North: The Arthurian Legend in the Norse and Rus’ Realms. (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011)
    Kunihiko HAYASHI (pp. 81-89)
  • David Denison, Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero, Chris McCully, and Emma Moore eds., Analysing Older English. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)
    Ryuichi HOTTA (pp. 91-101)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2012 (pp. 103-124)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (p. 125)
    Books Received April 2012-March 2013 (pp. 126)