Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 38 (2023)

更新日: 2023/09/06

  • Book Reviews
  • Jane Roberts and Alan Thacker, eds. Guthlac: Crowland’s Saint (Donington, Lincs.: Shaun Tyas, 2020)
    Taro ISHIGURO (pp. 1-5)
  • John Moss. A History of English Place Names and Where They Came From (Barnsley: Pen and Sword History, 2020)
    Yoko IYEIRI (pp. 7-12)
  • Formerly Translated Versions of The Canterbury Tales in Japan and Tadahiro Ikegami’s New Joint Japanese Translation of The Canterbury Tales (Yushokan, 2021)
    Akiyuki JIMURA (pp. 13-29)
  • Peter R. Beaven. Building English Vocabulary with Etymology: Introduction (Andover: Cheshire Press, 2018)
    Chiharu HASEGAWA (pp. 31-38)
  • Aaron J. Kleist. The Chronology and Canon of Ælfric of Eynsham (Anglo-Saxon Studies 37) (Cambridge: D.S Brewer, 2019)
    Makoto ICHIKAWA (pp. 39-43)
  • Susannah Mary Chewning, ed. Studies in the Age of Gower: A Festschrift in Honour of R. F. Yeager (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2020)
    Yoshiko KOBYASHI (pp. 45-50)
  • Elizabeth Archibald, Megan G. Leitch and Corinne Saunders, eds. Romance Rewritten: The Evolution of Middle English Romance: A Tribute to Helen Cooper (Cambridge: Brewer, 2018)
    Mari OGAWA (pp. 51-54)
  • Andreas H. Jucker. Politeness in the History of English: From the Middle Ages to the Present Day (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020)
    Fumiko YOSHIKAWA (pp. 55-64)
  • Tetsuji Oda. Intaapuretatio Yaponika: Anguro-Sakuson-jin no Kaishuu to Shi [Interpretatio Japonica: Conversion and Poetry of the Anglo-Saxons] (Tokyo: Meiji University Press, 2021)
    Shota KIUCHI (pp. 65-70)
  • Kojiro Asao. Unlocking the Mysteries of the English Language 2. (Tokyo: Taishukan Publishing, 2021)
    Yuki SHIMONAGA (pp. 71-83)
  • Catherine E. Karkov ed. Slow Scholarship: Medieval Research and the Neoliberal University (Essays and Studies 2019, Volume 72 in the New Series of Essays and Studies Collected on behalf of The English Association) (Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2019)
    Noriko UNEBE (pp. 85-89)
  • Jennifer Jahner, Emily Steiner and Elizabeth M. Tyler, eds. Medieval Historical Writing: Britain and Ireland, 500-1500 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)
    Ryoko HARIKAE (pp. 91-94)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2022 (pp. 95-112)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (pp. 113-115)
    Books Received, April 2022-March 2023 (p. 116)