Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 29 (2014)

更新日: 2015/02/06

  • Articles
  • Old English and the Syntactician: Revisited
    Cynthia L. ALLEN (pp. 1-34)
  • Interpreting the Dragon and the Bear in Arthur’s Prophetic Dream in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia Regum Britanniae
    Yukie MORI (pp. 35-50)
  • “Wassail” and History in the Middle English Romance Havelok the Dane
    Hiroki OKAMOTO (pp. 51-68)
  • Northern Elements in London English: Re-examining the Language of the Auchinleck Couplet Guy of Warwick
    Yuzuru OKUMURA (pp. 69-83)
  • Medieval Grist to the Renaissance Mill?: Chaucer’s Reeve’s Tale and its Forgotten Analogue The Mylner of Abyngton
    Dylan JONES (pp. 85-101)
  • Book Reviews
  • R.D. Fulk and Stefan Jurasinski, eds., The Old EnglishCanons of Theodore (Early English Text Society, s.s. 25) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)
    Tadashi KOTAKE (pp. 103-118)
  • Hisayuki Sasamoto, trans. Troilus and Criseyde with Anelida and Arcite. (Tokyo: Eihosha, 2012)
    Hideshi OHNO (pp. 119-126)
  • Lesley Kordecki, Ecofeminist Subjectivities: Chaucer’s Talking Birds (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011)
    Keiko HAMAGUCHI (pp. 127-138)
  • Hiroshi Ogawa, Language and Style in Old English Composite Homilies (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 361) (Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2010)
    Kiriko SATO (pp. 139-150)
  • Shoko Ono and John Scahill, eds., with Keiko Ikegami, Tadao Kubouchi, Harumi Tanabe, Koichi Nakamura, Satoko Shimazaki and Koichi Kano, The Katherine Group: a three-manuscript parallel text Seinte Katerine, Seinte Marherete, Seinte Iuliene, and Hali Meiðhad, with wordlists (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011)
    Yoko WADA (pp. 151-156)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2013 (pp. 157-177)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (p. 178)
    Books Received April 2013-March 2014 (p. 179)