Return to Arthuriana Homepage

Table of Contents
(26.3)



Alliteration Deformed: The Stylistic Estrangement of Malory's Roman War  
Amanda Walling 3
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]

The Chivalric Masculinity of Marie de France’s Shape-Changers

 
Thomas R. Schneider 25
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
Arthur and the Failed Pursuit of Imitatio Christi: Christological Allusion in Spenser’s Faerie Queene and Tennyson’s Idylls of the King  

Joshua R. Held

41
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]  
 
Outsiders, Challengers, and Rebels in Medieval Courtly Literature: The Problem with the Courts in Courtly Romances  
Albrecht Classen

67

[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]  
 
King Arthur and the Canons of Laon
Christopher Michael Berard

91

[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]

 
Monstrous Morgana: Arthurian Women as Unnatural Amazons in Madame Xanadu (2008–2010)
Katherine Allocco 120
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
 
IN MEMORIAM: Jeremy duQuesnay Adams 144
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
   
   
REVIEWS  
 
 
Gail Ashton, ed., Medieval Afterlives in Contemporary Culture  
Kevin J. Harty 146
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
 
Patricia Clare Ingham, The Medieval New: Ambivalence in an Age of Innovation
Sarah Elliott Novacich 149
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
 
William E. Kibler and R. Barton Palmer, eds., Medieval Arthurian Epic and Romance: Eight New Translations
 
Evelyn Birge Vitz 151
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
 
Fiona Somerset and Nicholas Watson, eds., Truth and Tales: Cultural Mobility and Medieval Media  
Eric Weiskott 153
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]
 
Jane H.M. Taylor, Rewriting Arthurian Romance in Renaissance France  
Michelle Szkilnik 155
[ View Article ] [ Subscribers Only ]