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‘No Mowth Can Speke Hit’: Silence and Inexpressibility in Sir Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur  
Alicia A. McCartney 3
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How King Arthur Invented Christmas: Reimagining Arthur and Rome in Early Modern Scotland and England  

Kenneth Hodges

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Chivalric Labor, Artisanal Labor, and the Productive Strike in The Knightly Tale of Gologras and Gawain  
Schuyler Eastin

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The 2018 Loomises Lecture
The Evolving Iconography of the Tristan Legend from the Middle Ages to the Present, with Special Emphasis on the Arthurian Revival in British Art  
Joan Tasker Grimbert

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REVIEWS  
 
Venetia Bridges, Medieval Narratives of Alexander the Great: Transnational Texts in England and France  
Levilson C. Reis 105
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Jo Ann Cavallo, ed., Teaching the Italian Renaissance Romance Epic
Gloria Allaire 106
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Sarah Elliott Novacich, Shaping the Archive in Late Medieval England: History, Poetry, and Performance  
Daniel Sawyer 109
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Larissa Tracy, ed., Medieval and Early Modern Murder: Legal, Literary, and Historical Contexts  
Benjamin A. Saltzman 111
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William T. Whobrey, ed. and trans., The Nibelungenlied: with The Klage  
Michael Resler 112
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