Table of contents for A companion to medieval English literature and culture, c.1350-c.1500 / edited by Peter Brown.

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Notes on Contributors
1. Critical Approaches 
	David Raybin 
2. English Society in the Later Middle Ages: Deference, Ambition, and Conflict 
	S. H. Rigby
3. Religious Authority and Dissent
	Mishtooni Bose
4. City and Country, Wealth and Labour
	Sarah Rees Jones
5. Women¿s Voices and Roles
	Carol M. Meale			
6. Manuscripts and Readers
	A. S. G. Edwards	
7. From Manuscript to Modern Text
	Julia Boffey
8. Translation and Society
	Catherine Batt		
9. The Languages of Medieval Britain
 Laura Wright	
10. The Forms of Speech
	Donka Minkova	
11. The Forms of Verse
	Donka Minkova
 12. England and France
	Ardis Butterfield				
 13. Britain and Italy: Trade, Travel, Translation
	Nick Havely		
14. England¿s Antiquities: Middle English Literature and the Classical Past
	Christopher Baswell			
15. Jews, Saracens, ¿Black Men¿, Tartars: England in a World of Racial Difference
	Geraldine Heng		
16. War and Chivalry
	Richard W. Kaeuper and Montgomery Bohna
17. Literature and Law
	Richard Firth Green		
18. Images
	Peter Brown	
19. Love
	Barry Windeatt	
20. Middle English Romance
	Thomas Hahn and Dana M. Symons
21. Writing Nation: Shaping Identity in Medieval Historical Narratives
	Raluca L. Radulescu 
22. Dream Poems
	Helen Phillips		
23. Lyric
	Rosemary Greentree 
24. Literature of Religious Instruction
	E. A. Jones		
25. Mystical and Devotional Literature
	Denise N. Baker		
26. Accounts of Lives
	Kathleen Ashley	
27. Medieval English Theatre: Codes and Genres
	Meg Twycross	
28. Morality and Interlude Drama
	Darryll Grantley	
29. York Mystery Plays
	Pamela King		
30. The Book of Margery Kempe
	Ruth Evans	
31. Julian of Norwich
	Santha Bhattacharji 
32. Piers Plowman
	Stephen Kelly 		
33. Subjectivity and Ideology in the Canterbury Tales
	Mark Miller	
34. John Gower and John Lydgate: Forms and Norms of Rhetorical Culture
	Allan Mitchell	
35. Thomas Hoccleve, La Male Regle
	Nicholas Perkins 
36. Discipline and Relaxation in the Poetry of Robert Henryson
	R. James Goldstein 
37. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
	Kevin Gustafson	
38. Blood and Love in Malory¿s Morte Darthur
	Catherine La Farge	
5.1 Beauchamp Pageants: the earl and his wife and son in a storm at sea.
6.1 The unique text of Chaucer¿s ¿Adam Scriveyn¿
7.1 Thomas Hoccleve and Henry V
15.1 The Hereford mappamundi: the monstrous races
15.2 The Hereford mappamundi: Africa and the Near East
21.1 Last page of a genealogy of the Kings of Britain, from Brutus to Edward IV
24.1 The Seven Deadly Sins 
26.1 Hours of the Virgin, from a Book of Hours
26.2 Saints Philip and James with patron and wife kneeling before open prayer books, 
from a Book of Hours 
27.1 The Nativity in stained glass at East Harling church, Norfolk 
29.1 A modern Corpus Christi procession in Valencia, Spain
35.1 Portrait of Geoffrey Chaucer, from The Regement of Princes by Thomas 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- History and criticism.
Great Britain -- History -- 1066-1687.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 1066-1485.