Gender and Text in the Later Middle Ages

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Index
Abelard, Peter, 9, 17, 25-26, 29-32, 34- 40, 42, 43-49, 163, 217
Abraham (biblical figure), 74, 75
Acta et processus canonizacionis beate Birgitte, 69, 73, 84, 86, 88, 89
Adam (biblical figure), 74, 105, 309
Adams, Henry, 26, 43, 44
Adorno, Theodor, 195
Agnes, Saint, 76
Aili, Hans, 87
Alan of Lille, 45
Alba, duke of, 307
Alfonso of Jaén (confessor of Birgitta of Sweden), 71, 72, 79, 81, 83, 88
Alfonso the Wise, 321
Alhambra, 319
Allen, Judson Boyce, 5
Allen, Prudence, 86
Alonso de Sedano, 319, 327
Alvastra (site of Cistercian monastery in Sweden), 79, 80, 81, 89, 90
Amant (character in Duc by Christine de Pizan). See Duke
Amant (character in Rose by Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun), 119, 120, 175, 176, 190
Ambrogio de'Migli, 116
Ambrose, Saint, 273, 277
Ami (character in Rose by Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun), 175, 177, 190
Ancrene Riwle, 264
Andersson, Aron, 90
Andreas Capellanus, 212
Angela of Foligno, 8, 14-15, 18, 199, 239-62, 276, 307
Ann, Saint, 317, 321
Antwerp, 64
Apollo at Delphi, 82
Aquinas. See Thomas Aquinas, Saint
Aragon, 310, 328
Arden, Heather, 161
Arenal, Electa, 326, 328
Argenteuil, 25
Aristotle, 4, 41, 53, 98, 101-4, 124
Arnaldo, Brother, 247, 252
Artaud, Antonin, 313
Arthur, Queen of (character in Marie de France's Lanval), 136
Arundel, Thomas ( archbishop of Canterbury), 204
Atkinson, Clarissa, 86, 199, 219
Auerbach, Eric, 5
Augustine, Saint, 5, 41, 53, 61, 67, 124, 201, 217
Auslander, Philip, 326
Autohagiography, 13-14
Bachelard, Gaston, 167
Baralt, Luce López, 327
Barber, Richard, 67
Barletta, Fra Gabriele de, 127
Barrès, Maurice, 106
Barthes, Roland, 241, 247, 254-55, 258, 259, 260
Bataille, Georges, 246, 259
Bath, Wife of, 212-13, 220
Baum, Richard, 160
Bayle, Pierre, 25, 26, 46
Beatrice de Silva, 327
Beatrijs of Nazareth, 66
Beckwith, Sarah, 13, 248, 258, 259

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