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St. Joseph and Britain: The Old French Origins  
Deborah K.E. Crawford  
1
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Hoel- Hearted Loyalty and the Ironization in Geoffrey's Historia regum Britanniae  
Carol A.N. Martin  
21
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Queer Fisher King: Castration as a Site of Queer Representation (Perceval, Stabat Mater, The City of God)  
Anna Roberts  
49
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Merlin's Magical Writing: Writing and the Written Word in Le Morte Darthur and the English Prose Merlin  
Kathy Cawsey  
89
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The Once and Future King: The Book That Grows Up  
Alan Lupack  
103
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Reviews  
Martin Biddle et al., King Arthur's Round Table: An Archaeological Investigation  
Kevin S. Whetter  
115
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Elizabeth J. Bryan, Collaborative Meaning in Medieval Scribal Culture, The Otho Laæamon  
Françoise H. M. Le Saux  
116
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Chrétien De Troyes, Erec and Enide. Trans. Ruth Harwood Cline
Chrétien De Troyes, Cligés. Trans. Ruth Harwood Cline
 
David Staines  
117
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Edward Dudley, The Endless Text: Don Quixote and the Hermeneutics of Romance  
Barbara D. Miller  
119
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Uli Edel, The Mists of Avalon. A four-hour miniseries  
Kevin J. Harty  
121
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W.H. Jackson and S.A. Ranawake, eds., The Arthur of the Germans: the Arthurian Legend in Medieval German and Dutch Literature  
Marianne E. Kalinke  
122
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C. Stephen Jaeger, Ennobling Love: In Search of a Lost Sensibility  
Derek Brewer  
124
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Caroline A. Jewers, Chivalric Fiction and the History of the Novel  
Samantha Mullaney  
129
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Andrew King, 'The Faire Queene' and Middle English Romance: The Matter of Just Memory  
Judith H. Anderson  
131
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Alfred Robert Kraemer, Malory's Grail Seekers and Fifteenth-Century English Hagiography  
Karen Cherewatuk  
132
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R.M. Liuzza, Beowulf: A New Verse Translation
Seamus Heaney, Beowulf: A New Translation
 
Gernot Wieland  
134
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Nicola McLelland, Ulrich von Zatzikhoven's Lanzelet. Narrative Style and Entertainment  
Susane Hafner  
137
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David Rollo, Glamorous Sorcery: Magic and Literacy in the High Middle Ages
Michelle Sweeny, Magic in Medieval Romance from Chrétien de Troyes to Geoffrey Chaucer
 
Siân Echard  
138
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Jonathan Smalley, From Ancient Celts to Camelot. 3 volumes: The Early Celts and Legends that Preceded Thomas Malory, Sir Thomas Malory's Great Work, and Moving on from Malory  
Christopher A. Snyder  
140
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Mary Ellen Snodgrass, Who's Who in the Middle Ages  
Donald L. Hoffman  
142
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Margaret duMais Svogun, Reading Romance: Literary, Psychology, and Malory's 'Le Morte D'Arthur'  
Joyce Coleman  
144
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Richard Utz and Tom Shippey, eds., Medievalism in the Modern World. Essays in Honour of Leslie Workman  
Diane Watt  
145
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Eugéne Vinaver, On Art and Nature and Other Essays  
Norris J. Lacy  
146
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Jocelyn Wogan-Browne et al., The Idea of the Venacular: An Anthology of Medieval English Literary Thoery, 1250-1520  
Kevin Gustafson  
148
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The Round Table  
150
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