The Wycliffite Heresy: Authority and the Interpretation of Texts

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CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL LITERATURE
1. Robin Kirkpatrick Dante's Inferno: Difficulty and Dead Poetry 0521 307570
2. Jeremy Tambling Dante and Difference: Writing in the “Commedia” 0 521 34242 0
3. Simon Gaunt Troubadours and Irony 0521 354390
4. Wendy Scase “Piers Plowmanand the New Anticlericalism 0521 36017 x
5. Joseph Duggan The “Cantar De Mio Cid”: Poetic Creation in its Economic and Social Contexts 0521 36194 x
6. Roderick Beaton The Medieval Greek Romance 0521 33335 0
7. Kathryn Kerby-Fulton Reformist Apocalypticism and “Piers Plowman” 0 521 34298 8
8. Alison Morgan Dante & the Medieval Other World 0521 360692
9. Eckehard Simon (ed. ) The Theatre of Medieval Europe: New Research in Early Drama 0521 385148
10. Mary Carruthers The Book of Memory: a Study of Memory in Medieval Culture 0 521 38282 3 (HB) 0521 42930 (PB)
11. Rita Copeland Rhetoric, Hermeneutics and Translation in the Middle Ages: Academic Traditions and Vernacular Texts 0521 385172 (HB) 0521 48365 4 (PB)
12. Donald Maddox The Arthurian Romances of Chrétien de Troyes: Once and Future Fictions 0521 394503
13. Nicholas Watson Richard Rolle and the Invention of Authority 0521 390176
14. Steven F. Kruger Dreaming in the Middle Ages 0521 41069 x
15. Barbara Nolan Chaucer and the Tradition of the “Roman Antique” 0521 391695
16. Sylvia Huot The “Romance of the Rose” and its Medieval Readers: Interpretations, Reception, Manuscript Transmission 0521 41713 9
17. Carol M. Meale (ed. ) Women and Literature in Britain, 1150–1500 0 521 4001 8 x
18. Henry Ansgar Kelly Ideas and Forms of Tragedy from Aristotle to the Middle Ages 0521 431840
19. Martin Irvine The Making of Textual Culture: Grammatica and Literary Theory, 350–1100 0 521 41 447 4
20. Larry Scanlon Narrative, Authority and Power: the Medieval Exemplum and the Chaucerian Tradition 0 521 43210 3
21. Erik Kooper Medieval Dutch Literature in its European Context 0 521 40222 0
22. Steven Botterill Dante and the Mystical Tradition: Bernard of Clairvaux in the “Commedia” 0 521 43454 8
23. Peter Biller and Anne Hudson (eds. ) Heresy and Literacy, 1000–1530 0 521 41 979 4 (HB) 0521 57576 1 (PB)
24. Christopher Baswell Virgil in Medieval England: Figuring the “Aeneid” from the Twelfth Century to Chaucer 0 521 46294 0
25. James Simpson Sciences and Self in Medieval Poetry: Alan of Lille' s “Anticlaudianus” and John Gower's “Confessio Amantis” 0521 47181 8
26. Joyce Coleman Public Reading and the Reading Public in Late Medieval England and France 0521 55391 1
27. Suzanne Reynolds Medieval Reading: Grammar, Rhetoric and the Classical Text 0 521 47257 1
28. Charlotte Brewer Editing “Piers Plowman”: the Evolution of the Text 0 521 34250 3

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