Studies in Medieval Literature: In Honor of Professor Albert Croll Baugh

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Studies in Medieval Literature

In Honor of PROFESSOR ALBERT CROLL BAUGH

Edited by MacEdward Leach

Editorial Committee

Frederick L. Jones William H. Marshall Harold S. Stine MacEdward Leach, Chairman

Philadelphia

University of Pennsylvania Press

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  • Title Page 3
  • Foreword 5
  • Albert Croll Baugh 7
  • A Partial LIst of the Publications Of Albert Croll Baugh 11
  • Contents 17
  • Was Chaucer a Free Thinker? 21
  • Notes 43
  • The Development of the Wife of Bath 45
  • Notes 78
  • Chaucer's Retraction: A Review Of Opinion 81
  • Notes 95
  • From Gorgias to Troilus 97
  • Notes 107
  • Scene-Division in Chaucer's Troilus And Criseyde 109
  • Notes 137
  • Wyclif, Langland, Gower, and the Pearl Poet on the Subject of Aristocracy 139
  • Notes 153
  • Remarques Sur Le Prologue Du Couronnement De Louis (v. 1-11) 159
  • Notes 167
  • The Enfances of Tristan and English Tradition 169
  • Notes 183
  • The Antecedents of Sir Orfeo 187
  • Notes 203
  • The Buried Lover Escapes 209
  • Notes 218
  • Middle English Metrical Romances And Their Audience 219
  • Notes 227
  • The Comic Element in the Wakefield Noah 229
  • Notes 242
  • The Conclusion of the Perceval Continuation in Bern Ms. 113 245
  • Notes 253
  • Readings from Folios 94 to 13 I Ms. Cotton Vitellius a XV 255
  • Notes 271
  • Some Notes on Anglo-Saxon Poetry 273
  • Notes 283
  • A Middle English Medical Manuscript From Norwich 285
  • Notes 294
  • A Manuscript of the Chronicle of Mathieu D'Escouchy and Simon Greban's Epitaph For Charles VII of France 299
  • Notes 343
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