Chaucer Review

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Speaking Survival: Chaucer Studies and the Discourses of Sexual Assault2
Who Could Tell the Joy That Is Between a Husband and His Wife? Feeling with the Good Wife in the Franklin's Tale1
On Servant Women, Rape Culture, and Endurance1
“For yet under the yerde was the mayde”: Chaucer in the House of Fiction1
Form, Time, and the “First English Sonnet”1
Whose Chaucer? On Cecily Chaumpaigne, Cancellation, and the English Literary Canon1
Proverbial Wisdom and the Pursuit of Knowledge in the Squire's Tale1
The Unwilling Wife: Marital Rape in the Canterbury Tales1
Bannatyne's Chaucer: A Triptych of Influence1
Who Was Cecily Chaumpaigne?1
Ventriloquizing Mothers: Chaucer's Poetic Authority in the Tale of Melibee and the Manciple's Tale1
Geoffrey Chaucer, Cecily Chaumpaigne, and the Statute of Laborers: New Records and Old Evidence Reconsidered1
Chaucer's Fantasy of Pity1
On Raptus, Quitclaims, and Precedents in Staundon v. Chaucer–Chaumpaigne: An Afterword1
Posts, Pillars, and Poles: Charles d'Orléans's Allegorical English Circles0
Lessons from Ovid's Ibis in the Middle Ages0
Natural Law and Parliamentary Election in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls0
Winking at the Nun's Priest0
Trinity College Dublin MS 347 and a Possible Source for Chaucer's Shipman's Tale, VII 11–190
“Semy-vif for sorow”: Disability and Tragedy in Troilus and Criseyde and the Tale of Beryn0
Good Fun: Cecily Chaumpaigne and the Ethics of Chaucerian Obscenity0
Texts and the City: William Caxton, Richard Hill, and Metropolitan Conjury0
Reading in Bed with Troilus and Criseyde0
“Crist spak hymself ful brode in hooly writ”: Chaucer, Divine Speech, and the Silent Word0
Katharine Lee Bates and Chaucer's American Children0
Retuning Chaucer's Instrument: Chaucer and the Trots Once Again0
Front Matter0
Index, Volume 57, 20220
Notes on Possible Scribe-Compiler/Owner of MS Digby 860
The “Voice of the Clerical Satirist”: Revisiting Pearsall’s Reading of The Merchant’s Tale0
The “Extra-Long” Dip in the Poems of the Gawain Poet0
Caxton’s Canterbury Tales at the Court of King’s Bench0
The Host, the Man of Law's Tale, and the Fantasy of the Foreign Wife0
“When Ace beareth up Six”: Ever Is Six the Best Chance of the Dice and the Composition and Collecting of Middle English Dice Poems0
Middle English Manuscript Collections of Verse Romances0
Imagining Chaucer’s Male Audience0
“Ful Louder”: Raising the Hue and Cry in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale0
Derek Pearsall (1931-2021): List of Publications0
Romance with a Difference: The Squire’s Tale and Sir Thopas0
The Archival Iceberg: New Sources for Literary Life-Records0
Anthophilia and the Medieval Ecologies of Grafting0
Front Matter0
Notes on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight0
Translating Middle English (Im)politeness: The Case of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Miller’s Tale0
APPENDIX 3. Calendar of New Chaucer Life-Records0
Index, Volume 58, 20230
Saint Erkenwald and the Judge in Limbo0
“Scientia vera”? Holcot and Chaucer on Astrological Determinism, Magic, Talismans, and Omens0
Too Good to Be True: Debating Constancy in Chaucer's Legend and Christine's Cité0
Henry Bradshaw’s Rhyme Tests and the Formation of the Chaucer Canon: The Glasgow Romaunt of the Rose and the Tale of Gamelyn0
Accommodating Humankind: Theatrical Space, Poetic Form, and “Dwelling” in The Castle of Perseverance0
Restless Rewritings: The Politics of Enigma and Exposure in the Squire's Tale0
Retelling the <em>Prioress's Tale</em>: Antisemitism, Racism, and Patience Agbabi's <em>Telling Tales</em>0
“Al for Some Conclusioun”: Trinitarian Structure and the Final Stanza of Chaucer’s Troilus0
Chaucerian Guilt and the <em>Treatise on the Astrolabe</em>0
The Problematic Pilgrim: Rethinking Margery's Pilgrim Identity in The Book of Margery Kempe0
Chaucer the Mage: A Brief Exploration of Magic in the Squire’s Tale, the Canon’s Yeoman’s Tale, and the Franklin’s Tale0
A Metrico-Stylistic Trait of Aural Punctuation in Old English Verse0
The Ethical Challenge of Chaucerian Scholarship in the Twenty-First Century0
Chaucer's Brown Faces: Race, Interpretation, Adaptation0
The Woman Question: Chaucer in His European Context0
Scabs and Sovereignty in the Franklin's Tale0
“She Lives!”: Jephthah’s Daughter and Chaucer’s Virginia, Jews and Gentiles, Bad Narrative, and Ending Happily0
APPENDIX 2. Transcriptions and Translations0
Stories Said and Not: Patience and Accommodation in the Clerk’s Tale0
A Chaucer Holograph0
John Walton’s Invention of the Iambic Pentameter0
Scribes, Critics, and Malyne’s Tears0
Gender and Conversion in the Middle English Otuel Romances0
Sir Gawain's Penitential Development from Attrition to Contrition0
Julian Reads Langland0
“Our” Home Is “Here”: The Sense of a Homeland in Chaucer and Middle English Romance0
For a High, Short Lydgate Chronology0
Front Matter0
Musicus Animal in the Nun’s Priest’s Tale0
Death, Negation, and the Problem of Absence in Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess0
Index, Volume 55, 20200
The Dragon of Love: Chaucer's Jason and the Cycle of Consumption in the Legend of Good Women0
Materializing Latinate Prayers: John Lydgate’s Aureate and Paraliturgical Poems in a London Merchant’s Booklet0
Reading Courtesy Texts in Late Medieval England: The Audience of Lydgate’s Stans puer ad mensam0
The Case of Geoffrey Chaucer and Cecily Chaumpaigne: New Evidence0
The Discourse of Sighs in Medieval English Literature0
About This Issue0
About This Issue0
The First Riverside Chaucer0
Index, Volume 56, 20210
Chaucer and the Color Adjective blew0
Pulling Back from Politics: Second Nature and Oikonomia in the Franklin's Tale0
Dom John Broadhook alias John Lydgate, 14240
The Persistence of Chaucer's Verses on Footwear in the Nineteenth Century0
Between History and Prophecy: Ovidian Metamorphoses and the 1381 Revolt in Gower's Visio Anglie0
The Elusive Progress of Prosodical Study: Essays in Honor of Thomas Cable0
The Context of Sir Orfeo in a Miniature Library, Harley 3810, Section I0
In Memoriam: Russell A. Peck (1933-2023)0
Meaning, Metaphor, and Chaucer's “thikke knarre”0
Front Matter0
Chaucer’s Retraction: Examining the Case for Disavowal0
“In monkys wede”: Appropriating Confession in The Erle of Tolous0
Satire, Performance, and English Rustic Comedy in Harley 22530
Romans 15:4 and the Canterbury Tales: A Modest Proposal Concerning Chaucer’s Entente0
“Charitable and trewe”: Multiplicity, Prudence, and Pity in the Prologue of Chaucer's Legend of Good Women0
Time and Temporality in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight0
The Elusive Transformation of Alliterative Meter0
The Naming of Will in Piers Plowman0
It’s Complicated: Some Irregular Line-Ending Morphosyllabic Sequences in Piers Plowman B0
Lydgate, Chaucer, and Lady Margaret Beaufort0
Derek Pearsall and John Gower0
In Memoriam: Peter G. Beidler (1940-2023)0
The Narrative Tactics of Chaucer's Monk0
The Ending of A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050–15000
The Men and Woman Behind the Franklin’s Tale0
Chaucer's Yeoman and Richard II's Archers of the Crown0
Chaucer's Women: Sex and the Scholarly Imagination0
Surprised by Sound: The Achievement of the Ellesmere Editor0
“Nobody Cain’t Die”: An Appalachian Analogue to the Old Man in Chaucer’s Pardoner’s Tale0
APPENDIX 1. Chronology of the Known Chaucer–Chaumpaigne Records0