Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 32 (2017)

更新日: 2017/10/03

  • Articles
  • Palmer and Corpus Mysticum in the Canterbury Tales
    Takami MATSUDA (pp. 1-15)
  • Describing the Link between Orality and Literacy: Chaucer’s Tale of Sir Thopas in the Transitional Period
    Satomi HAMADA (pp. 17-35)
  • Son of the Devil: Christian Corruption and Saracenic Attributes in Sir Gowther
    Thae-Ho JO (pp. 37-54)
  • Book Reviews
  • Robert E. Bjork, ed. and trans. The Old English Poems of Cynewulf (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library; DOML 23) (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013)
    Atsushi AJIRO (pp. 55-79)
  • Kazutomo Karasawa, ed. The Old English Metrical Calendar (Menologium) (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2015)
    Michiko OGURA (pp. 81-92)
  • Carolyn P. Collette, Rethinking Chaucer’s Legend of Good Women (Woodbridge, Suffolk: York Medieval Press, 2014)
    Keiko HAMAGUCHI (pp. 93-109)
  • Hideshi Ohno, Variation between Personal and Impersonal Constructions in Geoffrey Chaucer: A Stylistic Approach (Okayama: University Education Press, 2015)
    Ayumi MIURA (pp. 111-125)
  • A. C. Spearing, Medieval Autographies: The “I” of the Text (Conway Lectures in Medieval Studies 2008) (Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2012)
    Yoshinobu KUDO (pp. 127-141)
  • Kathleen Forni, Chaucer’s Afterlife: Adaptations in Recent Popular Culture (Jefferson: McFarland, 2013)
    Satomi HAMADA (pp. 143-152)
  • Simon Horobin, Does Spelling Matter? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)
    Seiji SHINKAWA (pp. 153-165)
  • Sali A. Tagliamonte, Roots of English: Exploring the History of Dialects (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013
    Ryuichi HOTTA (pp. 167-179)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2016 (pp. 181-200)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (p. 201)
    Books Received April 2016-March 2017 (p. 202)