Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 35 (2020)

更新日: 2021/05/01

  • Inaugural Lecture
  • The Art of Reading Beowulf Slowly
    Jun TERASAWA (pp. 1-12)
  • Symposium-Related Articles
    The Art of Reading Slowly — A Philological Appreciation of Medieval English Texts
  • Introduction
    Jun TERASAWA (pp. 13-16)
  • The Cross as a Slayer of Christ? The Dream of the Rood 66a Revisited
    Jun TERASAWA (pp. 17-23)
  • The Art of Reading Slowly Underlying Editions of Old English Poems — Cases of the Menologium and Maxims I
    Kazutomo KARASAWA (pp. 25-35)
  • The Importance of Close Reading for Academic Publications on Middle English
    Ayumi MIURA (pp. 37-44)
  • A Syntactic Note on Piers Plowman B. V. 187
    Matsuji TAJIMA (pp. 45-51)
  • Book Reviews
  • Karma Lochrie, Nowhere in the Middle Ages (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)
    Masahiro MIBU (pp. 53-64)
  • Christopher Cannon, From Literacy to Literature: England, 1300-1400 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)
    Shoko ONO (pp. 65-72)
  • Lotte Sommerer, Article Emergence in Old English: A Constructionalist Perspective (Topics in English Linguistics) (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2018)
    Michio HOSAKA (pp. 73-78)
  • Linda Pillière, Wilfrid Andrieu, Valérie Kerfelec, and Diana Lewis, eds., Standardising English: Norms and Margins in the History of the English Language (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    Harumi TANABE (pp. 79-83)
  • Marvin, Julia, The Construction of Vernacular History in the Anglo-Norman Prose Brut Chronicle: The Manuscript Culture of Late Medieval England (York: York Medieval Press, 2017)
    Makiko KOMIYA (pp. 85-88)
  • Marion Turner, Chaucer: A European Life (Princeton, Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2019)
    Koichi KANO (pp. 89-93)
  • Yanagi Tomohiro, Travel to Trace the Development of the English Language (Chubu University Book Series, 2019)
    Masahiro YOSHIDA (pp. 95-107)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2019 (pp. 109-124)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (p. 125)
    Books Received April 2019-March 2020 (p. 127)