Books Received


Andersson, Roger, ed., Constructing the medieval sermon (Sermo: studies on patristic, medieval, and Reformation sermons and preaching, v. 6), Turnhout, Brepols, 2007; hardback; pp. 334; R.R.P. US$87.00; ISBN 9782503525891.

Andrew, Malcolm, and Robert Waldron, eds, The poems of the Pearl manuscript: Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, 5th ed., Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 2007; paperback; pp. 414 + 1 CD-ROM; R.R.P. 16.99 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9780859897914.

Arnold, John H., What is medieval history? (What is history?), Cambridge, Polity Press, 2008; paperback; pp. ix, 155; 4 b&w illustrations; R.R.P. 13.99 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9780745639338.

Bejczy, Istvan J. and Cary J. Nederman, eds, Princely virtues in the Middle Ages, 1200-1500 (Disputatio, v. 9), Turnhout, Brepols, 2007; hardback; pp. xi, 361; R.R.P. US$87.00; ISBN 9782503516967.

Bliss, Jane, Naming and namelessness in medieval romance (Studies in medieval romance), Woodbridge, D. S. Brewer, 2008; hardback; pp. xi, 253; R.R.P. 50.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9781843841593.

Bolton, Brenda and Christine Meek, eds, Aspects of power and authority in the Middle Ages (International medieval research, v. 14), Turnhout, Brepols, 2007; hardback; pp. 349; R.R.P. US$102.00; ISBN 9782503527352.

Burke, Kenneth, Kenneth Burke on Shakespeare, edited by Scott L. Newstok, West Lafayette, Parlor Press, 2007; paperback; pp. lv, 308; R.R.P. US$32.00; ISBN 9781602350021.

Cartlidge, Neil, ed., Boundaries in medieval romance (Studies in medieval romance), Woodbridge, D. S. Brewer, 2008; hardback; pp. 198; R.R.P. 50.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9781843841555.

Clunies Ross, Margaret, ed., Poetry on Christian subjects (Skaldic poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages, v. 7), Turnhout, Brepols, 2007; hardback; 2 vols. (pp. 1414); R.R.P. US$174.00; ISBN 9782503518930.

Cormack, Bradin, A power to do justice: jurisdiction, English literature, and the rise of common law, 1509-1625, Chicago, University of Chicago Press; pp. 406; R.R.P. US$35.00; ISBN 9780226116242.

Cruz, Anne J., ed., Material and symbolic circulation between Spain and England, 1554-1604 (Transculturalisms, 1400-1700), Aldershot, Ashgate, 2008; hardback; pp. xxvii, 176; 9 b&w illustrations; R.R.P. 55.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9780754662150.

D'Abrera, Anna Ysabel, The tribunal of Zaragoza and crypto-Judaism, 1484-1515 (Europa sacra, 3), Turnhout, Brepols, 2008; hardback; pp. 240; R.R.P. US$87.00; ISBN 9782503524726.

Davis, Carmel Bendon, Mysticism & space: space and spatiality in the works of Richard Rolle, The cloud of unknowing author, and Julian of Norwich, Washington, DC, Catholic University of America Press, 2008; hardback; pp. xiii, 271; R.R.P. US$74.95; ISBN 9780813215228.

Davis, Kathleen, Periodization and sovereignty: how ideas of feudalism and secularization govern the politics of time (Middle Ages series), Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008; hardback; pp. 187; R.R.P. US$42.50; ISBN 9780812240832.

Dell, Helen, Desire by Gender and Genre in Trouvere Song (Gallica, 10), Woodbridge, D. S. Brewer, 2008; hardback; pp. x, 241; R.R.P 50.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9781843841647.

Distiller, Natasha, Desire and gender in the sonnet tradition, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008; hardback; pp. vi, 226; R.R.P. 50.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9780230535633.

Dyas, Dee, ed., Pilgrims & pilgrimage: journey, spirituality & daily life through the centuries: interactive CD-ROM, York, University of York, 2007; 1 CD-ROM; R.R.P. 15.00 [pounds sterling]; ISBN 9780855067310.

Eisenbichler, Konrad, and Nicholas Terpstra, eds, The Renaissance in the streets, schools, and studies: essays in honour of Paul F. Grendler (Essays and studies, 16), Toronto, Centre for Reformation & Renaissance Studies, 2008; paperback; pp. …

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