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‘Truth as They Heard’: Fama in Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte Darthur  
Louis J. Boyle 3
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The Second Coming of King Arthur: Conspirituality, Embodied Medievalism, and the Legacy of John F. Kennedy  

Ellie Crookes

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The Romance Forests of Medieval Iceland  
Maj-Britt Frenze

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Love out of Measure: Comparing Malory’s Palomides and Lancelot  
Dana Omirova

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Winner of the ‘Fair Unknown’ Award
They ‘Laȝed . . . Þoȝ Þey Lost’: Laughter in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight  
Jennifer Fast

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Simon Armitage, Pearl: A New Verse Translation  
Ryan Buchanan Allen 116
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María Odette Canivell Arzú, Literary Narratives and the Cultural Imagination: King Arthur and Don Quixote as National Heroes
Juan Miguel Zarandona 117
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Glenn D. Burger and Rory G. Critten, eds., Household Knowledges in Late-Medieval England and France  
Wesley Chihyung Yu 119
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Benjamin A. Saltzman, Bonds of Secrecy: Law, Spirituality, and the Literature of Concealment in Early Medieval England  
Craig R. Davis 121
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Charles Russell Stone, The roman de toute chevalerie: Reading Alexander Romance in Late Medieval England  
Su Fang Ng 122
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