Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to medieval romance / edited by Roberta L. Krueger.

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Introduction Roberta L. Krueger
Part I. The Shapes, Origins, and Contexts of Medieval Romance: 1. The shape of romance in medieval France Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner
2. Marvels of translation and crises of transition in the romances of antiquity Christopher Baswell
3. Romance and other genres Simon Gaunt
4. The manuscript context of medieval romance Sylvia Huot
Part II. European Romance and Medieval Society: Issues for Debate: 5. Courts, clerks, and courtly love Sarah Kay
6. The societal role of chivalry in romance: Northwestern Europe Richard Kaeuper
7. The other worlds of romance Jeff Rider
8. Questions of gender in old French romance Roberta L. Krueger
9. Women and men in late medieval romance Sheila Fisher
Part III. European Transformations: 10. The evolution and legacy of French prose romance Norris J. Lacy
11. Medieval German romance Ann Marie Rasmussen
12. Chivalry and medieval Italian romance F. Regina Psaki
13. Gawain and popular chivalric romance in Britain Thomas Hahn
14. Middle English romance: family, marriage, intimacy Felicity Riddy
15. Romance at the crossroads: medieval Spanish paradigms and Cervantine revisions Marina Brownlee.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Romances History and criticism, Literature, Medieval History and criticism