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Ghostly Mothers and Fated Fathers: Gender and Genre in The Awntyrs off Arthure  
Leah Haught 3
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Guenevere: The Abbess of Amesbury and the Mark of Reparation

 
Sue Ellen Holbrook 25
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'. . .the quene in Amysbury, a nunne in whyght clothys and blak. . .': Guinevere's Asceticism and Penance in Malory's Le Morte D'Arthur  
Virginia Blanton 52
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Guenevere Burning  
Amy S. Kaufman 76
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THE ROUND TABLE  
 
Malorys for Teaching and Reading
Helen Cooper 95
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'Inowghe is as good as a feste': Which Malorys for Teaching and Reading?
Bonnie Wheeler 99
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REVIEWS
 
Elizabeth Moore Willingham, ed., The Illustrated Lancelot Prose: Essays on the Lancelot of Yale 229
Sophie Cassagnes-Brouquet 103
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Elizabeth Moore Willingham, ed., La mort le Roi Artu (The Death of Arthur), from the Old French ‘Lancelot’ of Yale 229 with Essays, Glossaries, and Notes to the Text.
Samuel N. Rosenberg 104
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Simon Kingston, Ulster and the Isles in the Fifteenth Century: The Lordship of the Clann Domhnaill of Antrim
William Sayers 105
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Norris J. Lacy, ed, The Grail, the Quest, and the World of Arthur
Don Hoffman 106
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Paul Meyvaert, The Art of Words: Bede and Theodulf

Catherine A.M. Clarke 107
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Gilles Roussineau, ed, Perceforest, première partie. Edition critique.
Christine Ferlampin-Acher 109
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Jean Blacker, Wace: A Critical Biography
Judith Weiss 110
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