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‘A Mayde, and Last of Youre Blood’: Galahad’s Asexuality and its Significance in Le Morte Darthur  
Megan Arkenberg 3
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Feminine Desire and Conditional Misogyny in Arthur and Gorlagon

 
Lindy Brady 23
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Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Sources for the Cador and Camblan Narratives  

Edwin Pace

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Interior Monologue in Malory  
Meredith Reynolds 79
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Die Riddere metter Mouwen [The Knight with the Sleeve] and its Discourse on Personal Bonds
Joseph M. Sullivan & Zoë Wyatt 99

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Percival’s Unknown Sin: Narrative Theology in Chrétien’s Story of the Grail
Sylvester George Tan 129
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THE ROUND TABLE 158
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REVIEWS
 
 
Rosamund Allen, Jane Roberts, and Carole Weinberg, eds., Reading Laæamon’s Brut: Approaches and Explorations  
Jonathan Watson 163
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Julia Boffey and A.S.G. Edwards, eds., A Companion to Fifteenth-Century English Poetry  
Ashby Kinch 165
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Charlotte Brewer and Barry Windeatt, eds., Traditions and Innovations in the Study of Medieval English Literature: The Influence of Derek Brewer  
Yin Liu 167
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Robyn Malo, Relics and Writing in Late Medieval England
Cynthia Turner Camp 169
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Rachel E. Moss, Fatherhood and its Representations in Middle English Texts
Russell A. Peck 170
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