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61. Mediaevalia: Volume > 36/37
Jeanette Patterson Solomon au feminin: (Re)translating Proverbs 31 in Christine de Pizan’s Cité des dames
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Marilynn R. Desmond Transnational Feminism and Medieval Futures: The Cartographic Imaginary in Christine de Pizan’s Chemin de long estude
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63. Mediaevalia: Volume > 36/37
List of Contributors
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64. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Dana E. Stewart Introduction
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65. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Shannon O. Ambrose The Theme of Lay Clænnyss in Ælfric’s Letters to Sigeweard, Sigefyrð, and Brother Edward
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Francis J. Finan Drama without Performance and Two Old English Anomalies
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67. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Joshua Easterling “Look to Your Calling”: Reclusion and Resistance in Medieval Anchoritic Culture
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68. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Karl Whittington Picturing Christ as Surgeon and Patient in British Library MS Sloane 1977
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69. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Joel Salvatore Pastor Sodomites are from Mars: Deconstructing Rhetoric in the Commedia
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Elena Lombardi “A Gallehault was the book”: Francesca da Rimini and the Manesse Minnesanger Manuscript
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71. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Sarah R. Kyle Ancestral Memory and Petrarch’s De Remediis utriusque Fortunae in Carrara Padua
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72. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
María Bullón-Fernández Poverty, Property, and the Self in the Late Middle Ages: The Case of Chaucer’s Griselda
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73. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Olga V. Trokhimenko “The Treasure Above All Treasures”: Red Mouths, Medieval Fetishes, and the Limits of Modern Interpretation
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74. Mediaevalia: Volume > 35
Bennett Gilbert Johannes Fontana’s Drawing for a Castellus Umbrarum, Udine or Padua, c. 1415–20
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75. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Olivia Holmes, Dana E. Stewart Boccaccio at 700: Tales and Afterlives: An Introduction
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76. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Charmaine Lee Boccaccio’s Neapolitan Letter and Multilingualism in Angevin Naples
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77. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Teodolinda Barolini The Marquis of Saluzzo, or the Griselda Story Before It Was Hijacked: Calculating Matrimonial Odds in Decameron 10.10
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78. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Ronald Martinez Scienze della cittade: Rhetoric and Politics in the Sixth Day of the Decameron
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79. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Marco Cursi Authorial Strategies and Manuscript Tradition: Boccaccio and the Decameron’s Early Diffusion
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80. Mediaevalia: Volume > 34
Anne D. Hedeman Illuminating Boccaccio: Visual Translation in Early Fifteenth-Century France
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