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‘3it þat traytour alls tite teris lete he fall’: Arthur, Mordred, and Tragedy in the Alliterative Morte Arthure  
Gillian Adler 3
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Meaning ‘spryngyth, burgenyth, buddyth, and florysshyth’: Reading Malory’s May Passages

 
Stephen Atkinson 22
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Sir Lancelot at the Chapel Perelus: Malory’s Adaptation of the Perlesvaus  

Adam Bryant Marshall

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Galahad, Percival, and Bors: Grail Knights and the Quest for Spiritual Friendship  
Richard Sévère 49
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The Body of Law: Embodied Justice in Sir Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur
Amanda D. Taylor 66

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The ‘Best Breathed’ Knights in a Stertorous Age: Tuberculosis and Sidney Lanier’s The Boy’s King Arthur
Rob Wakeman 98
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REVIEWS  
 
 
Peter Darby and Faith Wallis, eds., Bede and the Future
William E. Bolton 115
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Jonathan Hsy, Trading Tongues: Merchants, Multilinguilism, and Medieval Literature
Craig E. Bertolet 117
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Kazuo Ishiguro, The Buried Giant  
Alan Lupack 118
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Michael Newth, trans., Heroines of the French Epic: A Second Selection of Chansons  
Irit Ruth Kleiman 120
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Velma Bourgeois Richmond, Chivalric Stories as Children’s Literature: Edwardian Retellings in Words and Pictures  
Ann F. Howey 121
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Phillipe Walter, Dictionaire de mythologie arthurienne
Norris J. Lacy 123
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