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  Odysseus, Parzival, and Faust  
 
C. Stephen Jaeger  
3
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  Reading Like a Woman in Malory's Morte D'Arthur  
 
Roberta Davidson  
21
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  Sir Gareth and the 'Unfair Unknown': Malory's Use of the Gawain Romances  
 
Arnold Sanders  
34
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  'I may do no penaunce': Spiritual Sloth in Malory's Morte  
 
Felicia Nimue Ackerman  
47
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  Thomas Hardy, Rutland Boughton, and The Queen of Cornwall  
 
Edmée Reel and Jerome V. Reel, Jr.  
54
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The Round Table  
 
  A Pictoral Source for the Grail Maiden? 61
  Helmut Nickel  
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  About the Saxon Rebellion and the Massacre at Amesbury 65
  Helmut Nickel  
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  Reviews  
  Judith H. Anderson, Translating Investments: Metaphor and the Dynamic of Cultural Change in Tudor-Stuart England  
 
Michael Householder  
71
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  Steve Ellis, ed., Chaucer: an Oxford Guide  
 
Richard. H. Osberg  
73
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  David N. Klausner, ed., Records of Early Drama: Wales  
 
Chris Grooms  
75
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  Alan Lupack, The Oxford Guide to Arthurian Literature and Legend
 
Don Hoffman  
77
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  John B. Marino, The Grail Legend in Modern Literature
 
Andrew E. Mathis  
79
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  Nigel Saul, ed., St. George's Chapel Windsor in the Fourteenth Century
 
Jonathan Good  
80
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  Robert M. Stein and Sandra Pierson Prior, eds., Reading Medieval Culture: Essays in Honor of Robert W. Hanning
 
Laurie A. Finke  
83
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  Kevin Reynolds and Dean Geogaris, Tristan and Isolde
 
Joan Tasker Grimbert  
84
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  Mary Alexander Watt, The Cross that Dante Bears: Pilgrimage, Crusade, and the Cruciform Church in the Divine Comedy
 
B. Alvarez  
86
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