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    Introduction: Tom Hanks, The Voice of Malory  
   
Julie Nelson Couch  
5
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    A Tale of 'Simple' Malory and the Critics  
   
Andrew Lynch  
10
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    Sir Thomas Malory's Narrative of Faith  
   
Kevin T. Grimm  
16
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    'I Love nat to be constrayned to love': Emotional Charity and Malory's World  
   
Felicia Nimue Ackerman  
21
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    'Alas! Who may truste thys world?': Absence of Trust in Malory's Tale of 'Balin le Sauvage'  
   
Janet Jesmok  
25
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  The (Non-)Christian Knight in Malory: A Contradiction in Terms?  
 
Dorsey Armstrong  
30
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  Elaine of Ascolat's Death and the Ars Moriendi  
 
Rebecca L. Reynolds  
35
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  Malory's Use of 'Counsel' and 'Advyce' in Creating a King  
 
Meredith Reynolds  
40
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Malory and Cardiff  
P.J.C. Field  
45
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  "Delyver Me My Dwarff!': Gareth's Dwarf and Chivalric Identity  
 
Emily Rebekah Huber  
49
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  The Worst Arthurian Cartoon Ever  
 
Michael N. Salda  
54
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  Lancelot's Wives  
 
Helen Cooper  
59
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  Rest in Peace: Launcelot's Spiritual Journey in Le Morte Darthur  
 
Kate Dosanjh  
63
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  Malory's Lancelot and the Language of Sin and Confession  
 
Karen Cherewatuk  
68
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  Divine Love or Loving Divinely?: The Ending of Malory's Morte Darthur  
 
Mickey Sweeney  
73
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  Back from the Queste: Malory's Launcelot Enrages Gwenyvere  
 
Alan Gaylord  
78
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  Reading Aloud with Tom Hanks: A Reader's Perspective  
 
Paul Thomas  
84
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  The Clash of Genres at the Siege of Benwick  
 
Thomas J. Farrell  
88
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The Round Table  
94
    Reviews  
    Susan Aronstein, Hollywood Knights: Arthurian Cinema and the Politics of Nostalgia  
   
Tison Pugh  
97
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    Jane Chance, ed., Women Medievalists and the Academy  
   
Jacqueline de Weever  
98
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    Donald Cheney and Brenda M. Hosington, ed., with the assistance of D.K. Money, Elizabeth Jane Weston: Collected Writings  
   
Edward V. George  
100
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    Gillian Rosemary Evans, Fifty Key Medieval Thinkers
   
Arjo Vanderjagt  
101
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    Justin E. Griffin, The Grail Procession. The Legend, the Artifacts, and the Possible Sources of the Story
   
Ulrich Müller  
102
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    Joan Upton Hall, Arturo el Rey
   
Kevin J. Harty  
103
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    Nora M. Heimann, Joan of Arc in French Art and Culture (1700–1855), From Satire to Sanctity
   
Kevin J. Harty  
104
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    Ananya Jahanara Kabir and Deanne Williams, Eds. Postcolonial Approaches to the European Middle Ages: Translating Cultures
   
Laurie Finke  
105
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    Lionel Smithett Lewis, St. Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury or The Apostolic Church of Britain
   
Deborah Crawford  
107
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    Henry Purcell, King Arthur, or The British Worthy; A Dramatick Opera in Five Acts
   
Kevin J. Harty  
108
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    Katharina A. Wilson and Nadia Margolis, eds., Women in the Middle Ages: An Encyclopedia
   
Laura D. Barefield  
109
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