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Hot Pursuit? Interlace and the Suggestion of Spatial Proximity in Chrétien de
Troyes’s Yvain and in the Old French Prose Lancelot
 
Frank Brandsma
 
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Sir John Stanley (c. 1350–1414) and the Gawain-poet  
Andrew Breeze
 
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Malory and His Scribes
 
P.J.C. Field  
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Royal Policy and Malory’s Round Table  
Robert L. Kelly  
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The Round Table
Tales of Hoffman: A Selection from Speeches given at Kalamazoo in May of 2003 in honor of Donald L. Hoffman upon his Retirement  
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Reviews  
Catherine Batt, Malory’s Morte Darthur: Remaking Arthurian Tradition
 
Felicia Ackerman  
92
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Catherine Batt, Malory’s Morte Darthur: Remaking Arthurian Tradition  
K.S. Whetter
 
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Fredric L. Cheyette, Ermengard of Narbonne and the World of the Troubadours  
Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner  
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Fredric L. Cheyette, Ermengard of Narbonne and the World of the Troubadours
 
Mark N. Taylor  
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Christine Chism, Alliterative Revivals
 
Eric Eliason  
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Konrad Eisenbichler, ed., The Premodern Teenager: Youth in Society 1105–1650
 
Belle S. Tuten
 
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John Howe and Michael Wolfe, eds., Inventing Medieval Landscapes: Senses
of Place in Western Europe
 
Michael A. Faletra  
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Andrew Joynes, ed., Medieval Ghost Stories: An Anthology of Miracles,
Marvels, and Prodigies
 
Donald L. Hoffman  
102
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Ruth Mazzo Karras, From Boys to Men: Formation of Masculinity in Late
Medieval Europe
 
Anna Roberts  
 
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Kathy M. Krause, ed., Reassessing the Heroine in Medieval French Literature
 
Janina P. Traxler
 
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Rebecca Krug, Reading Families: Women’s Literate Practice in Late Medieval
England
 
Mary C. Erler
 
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Alan Lupack, ed., New Directions in Arthurian Studies
 
Donald L. Hoffman
 
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Jacqueline Murray, ed., Love, Marriage and Family in the Middle Ages:
A Reader

 
Belle S. Tuten
 
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Gillian Polack, Illuminations
 
Judy Shoaf
 
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C.A. Ralegh and Michael J. Swanton, eds., Arthurian Sites in the West
 
Christopher A. Snyder
 
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D. Fairchild Ruggles, ed., Women, Patronage, and Self-Representation in Islamic
Societies

 
Jacqueline De Weever
 
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Theresa Ann Sears, Clio, Eros, Thanatos: The ‘Novela sentimental’ in Context
 
Barbara D. Miller
 
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Christopher A. Snyder, The Britons
 
Charles T. Wood
 
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Anthony Stevens, Ariadne’s Clue: a Guide to the Symbols of Humankind
 
Janet Jesmok
 
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Richard E. Zeikowitz, Homoeroticism and Chivalry: Discourses of Male Same-Sex
Desire in the Fourteenth Century

 
Donald L. Hoffman
 
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Brief Notices
John Aberth, A Knight at the Movies, Medieval History on Film
Sandra Gorgievski, Le mythe d’Arthur, de l’imaginaire médiéval à la culture de masse
Dominque Goy-Blanquet, ed., Joan of Arc, A Saint for All Reasons
Tom Shippey (with Martin Arnold), ed., Film and Fiction, Reviewing the Middle Ages
Jesse G. Swan and Richard Utz, eds., The Year’s Work in Medievalism: 2000–XVII
Kevin J. Harty  
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