Derek Pearsall's
Thirty Year Working Bibliography:
Part III -- Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales

List of Categories:


I. Canterbury Tales--General

II. General Prologue

III. Knight's Tale (and Fragment I)

IV. Miller's Tale (and fabliaux in general)

V. Reeve's Tale/Cook's Tale

VI. Man of Law's Prologue & Tale

VII. Wife of Bath's Prol & Tale (& `marriage group')

VIII. Friar's Tale

IX. Summoner's Tale

X. Clerk's Tale

XI. Merchant's Tale

XII. Squire's Tale

XIII. Franklin's Tale (and `romances' generally)

XIV. Physician's Tale

XV. Pardoner's Prologue & Tale

XVI. Tale of Sir Thopas

XVII. Shipman's Tale (and Fragment VII generally)

XVIII. Prioress's Tale

XIX. Tale of Melibee

XX. Monk's Tale

XXI. Nun's Priest's Tale

XXII. Second Nun's Tale

XXIII. Canon's Yeoman's Prologue & Tale

XXIV. Manciple's Tale

XXV. Parson's Tale and Retraction


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I. CHAUCER -- CT GENERAL (1970 onwards only:
subsequent CT entries list some earlier items)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


P. Strohm    MP 68 69    Some generic distinctions [tale, story, &c.]

E. Reiss    SP 67 70    Pilgrimage narrative & CT

D. R. Howard    ELH 38 71    CT: Memory & Form

J. H. Fisher    MLR 67 72    Chaucer's last revision of CT

J. K. Anderson    Orbis 27 72    Framework Structure of CT

J. H. Wilson    NM 74 73    Pard. and 2nd Nun and order of CT

T. D. Cooke & B. L. Honeycutt,    The Humour of the Fabliaux    Missouri 1974

R. A. Pratt    PQ 54 75    Chaucer's title: The Tales of Canterbury

S. Gallick    Spec. 50 75    A Look at Ch. & his preachers

G. D. Economou    PQ 54 75    Use of bird-cage imagery in CT

Walter Scheps    ChauR 10 75    The tale-telling competition

N. Harrington    ChauR 10 76    The framing of the CT

D. R. Howard    E&S 29 76    Chaucer's Idea of an Idea

J. Leyerle    E&S 29 76    Thematic interlace in CT

Z. Thundy    NM 77 76    Quest for wisdom in CT

E. D. Blodgett    Spec. 51 76    Chaucerian pryvetee & the opposition to Time

D. R. Howard,    The Idea of the CT    Calif. 76

C. A. Owen,    Pilgrimage & Storytelling    Oklahoma 77

Chas. Blyth    EC 27 77    [review of Howard]

D. W. Robertson    M&H 8 77    [review of Howard]

Ruth Ames    Acta 4 77    Prototype & parody in Chaucerian exegesis

David Pichaske & Laura Sweetland    ChauR 11 77    Host (and medieval monarchy)

T. Stemmler,    Ellesmere mins. of Cant. pilgrims    Mannheim 77

T. D. Cooke,    The OF & Chaucerian Fabliaux: A study of comic climax (Missouri 1978)

Sophia & Harriet Lee,    The Canterbury Tales (new, 1832)    AMS 78

V. M. Richmond    Viator 10 79    Chauc's presentation of marriage -- pacience in adversitee

P. Strohm    SAC 1 79    Form & social statement in CA & CT

Stewart Justman    ChauR 14 80    Literal & symbolic in the CT

Michael Stugrin    ChauR 15 80    Significance of Pathos in CT

Traugott Lawler,    The One and the Many in the CT    Hamden: Archon Books 80

N. F. Blake (ed.),    CT    Arnold 80

J. B. Allen & Theresa A. Moritz,    A distinction of stories: the med. unity of the CT    Ohio State 81

J. J. Anderson (ed.),    Chaucer: CT    Macmillan Casebooks 81

L. M. Leitch    ChauR 17 82    Sentence & Solaas: Function of host in CT

Douglas Wurtele    ChauR 17 82    Physiognomical lore in CT

Richard Rex    MP 80 82-3    `Spiced conscience' in CT

Kath. S. Gittes    PMLA 98 83    CT & Arabic frame tradition

Lois Roney    ES 64 83    Theme of Protagonist's intention vs. Actual outcome in CT

M. W. Bloomfield    LSE 14 83    The CT as framed narratives

D. Traversi,    The CT: A Reading    Delaware 83

D. Pearsall    Epidemic irony in modern approaches to the CT    In Boitani/Torti (eds.),    Med. & pseudo-med. lit. 84

Helen Cooper,    The Structure of the CT    Duckworth 84   

V. A. Kolve,    Ch. and the Imagery of Narrative    Arnold 84

D. Pearsall,    The Cant. Tales (crit. study)    Allen & Unwin 85

J. V. Fleming    Ch. & Erasmus on the pilg. to Cant: an iconographical speculation.    In Heffernan, Pop. Lit. 85

James Dean    PMLA 100 85    Dismantling the Canterbury book [closure themes in last 4 tales]

R. P. McGerr    CL 37 85    Retrospective Structure in CT

T. M. Smallwood    SP 82 85    Ch's distinctive digressions in CT

Carl Lindahl    ELH 52 85    The festive form of the CT

Saul Brody    ChauR 20 85-86    Ch's rhyme royal tales & secularisation of saint

A. Blamires    The Cant. Tales (Series: The Critics Debate)    Macm. 86

J. O. Fichte (ed.),    The Physical & the metaphysical: 6 lectures on the CT    Gunther Narr 86

Roger Ellis,    Patterns of Religious Narrative in the CT    Barnes & N. 86

J. Burrow    EC 36 86    Chaucer's Cant. pilgrimage [frame, esp. Ck/manciple]

Penelope Curtis    Russell F/S 86    Some disincarnational impulses in CT, in Med.

English Religious & Ethical Lit.,    G. Kratzmann (ed)    Brewer 86

Stephen Knight    Russell F/S 86    Ch's religious Cant. Tales

R. W. V. Elliott    Russell F/S 86    Ch's clerical voices

Paul A. Olson,    The CT & the Good Society    Princeton 86

Jon Cook    In Aers, Med. Lit. 86    Carnival and the CT

C. D. Benson,    Ch's drama of style: poetic variety & contrast in CT    UNC 86

J. Fichte (ed.),    Chaucer's Frame Tales: phys. & metaphys.    Brewer 87

P. B. Taylor    Pre-Text & Para Texts: WB, Pard. & Thopas    In The Structure of Texts, ed. Udo Fries    87

D. Lawton    SAC 9 87    Ch's 2 ways: the pilg frame of the CT

Carl Lindahl,    Earnest games: folkloric patterns in CT    Indiana 87

P. Brown & A. Butcher,    The Age of Saturn: Lit. & Hist. in the CT    Blackwell 88

Sheila Fisher,    Chaucer's poetic alchemy: a study of value & its transformation in the CT WB, ShipT, CY.    Garland 88

Laura Kendrick,    Comedy & Control in the CT    U Calif 88

Leonard M. Koff,    Ch and the Art of Storytelling    U Calif 88

Helen Cooper (ed.),    Oxford Guides to Chaucer: The CT OUP 89

V. A. Kolve (ed.),    CT: GP and 9 Tales    Norton Crit. ed.    89

Caroline Eckhardt    MP 87 89-90    Ch's Franklin & others of the Vavasour family

C. D. Benson    The aesthetic of Ch religious tales in rhyme royal.    In Boitani/Torti, Religion    Brewer 90

Jill Mann    PBA 76 90    Anger and glosynge in CT

Linda Georgianna    SAC 12 90    Love so dearly bought: The terms of redemption in CT

H. Marshall Leicester,    The disenchanted self: representing the subject in CT    Calif 90

Dolores Frese,    An Ars Legenda for CT: A re-constructive reading    Florida 91

Susanna G. Fein, David Raybin & Peter C. Braeger (eds.),    Rebels & rivals: the contestive spirit in the CT    91

Richard Neuse,    Chaucer's Dante: allegory & epic theater in CT    Calif 91

M. Andrews (ed.),    Critical essays on CT    Toronto 91

Katharine S. Gittes,    Framing the CT: Ch. & the med. frame-narrative tradition    Greenwood P 91

C. D. Benson & Elizabeth Robertson (eds.),    Ch. Relig. Tales Ch. St. XV    Brewer 91 [general essays by D. Pearsall, B. Nolan, R. W. Frank, L. Georgianna; also essays on individual tales, separately listed]

P. B. Taylor    ES 72 91    The uncourteous knights of the CT

Denise Baker    MAE 60 91    Ch and moral philosophy: the virtuous women of the CT

W. Martindale    ChauR 26 91    Ch's merchants

S. Eisner    ChauR 27 92    The Canterbury day

R. Hanning    Pryvetee & poetry in CT: Howard essays 92

D. Weisberg ChauR 27 92    Framing strategy in the CT

J. Lionarono    ChauR 27 92    Technology & deception in CT

Jerome Mandel,    Building the fragments in CT    AUP 92

Eliz. Dobbs    SAC 14 92    Literal, legal and last judgments in CT

Michaela Grudin    PMLA 107 92    Discourse & the problem of closure in CT

Glending Olson    Chaucer's idea of a Canterbury game    In Howard essays 92

Brenda Schildgren    SAC 15 93    Jerome's Prefatory Epistles to the bible, and the CT

Grace Wilson    ChauR 28 93    Seneca and the CT

P. Portnoy    ChauR 28 93    Beyond the Gothic cathedral: reflections on the CT

Mary F. Braswell    SAC 16 94    Chaucer's `court baron': law and the CT

J. R. Andreas    ChauR 29 94    Rhetoric of CT links

K. Jacobs    ChauR 29 94    Adultery in CT

Susan Crane,    Gender & Romance in CT    Princeton 94

R. Boenig,    Chaucer & the Mystics: CT & Devot. Prose    Bucknell UP 95

P. B. Taylor    Exemplaria 7 95    Time in the CT

Angela Jane Weisl,    Gender and genre in Ch's romance    Ch. Studies XXII    Brewer 95

I. Taavitsainen    ChauR 30 95-6    Narrative patterns of affect in 4 genres of CT

Anne Laskaya,    Ch's approach to gender in CT    Ch Studies XXIII    Brewer 96

N. S. Thompson,    Ch's Boccaccio and the debate of love: CT and Decameron    OUP 96

John Hirsh    ChauR 31 96-7    Ch's Roman tales

H. A. Kelly    ChauR 31 96-7    Neo-revisionist look at Ch's nuns

Anne McIlhanney    ChauR 31 96-7    Role of fiend in CT

Helen Cooper    SAC 19 97    Sources and analogues of Ch's CT [general structure]

D. Pearsall    Burrow Essays 97    Pre-empting closure in CT

David Carlson    Library 19 97    Woodcut illustrations of the CT, 1483-1602

Wendy Harding    ChauR 32 97-8    Function of pity in 3 CT (KnT, ClkT, ParsT)

J. S. Russell,    Ch and the Trivium: the Mindsong of the CT    Florida 98

W. A. Davenport,    Ch and his English contemps -- Prol and tale in CT    St Martins 98

Helen Phillips,    Introd. to CT    Macmillan 99

Edward I. Condren,    Ch & the energy of creation: design & organisation in CT    Florida 99

Leonard Koff & Brenda Schildgen (eds.),    The Decameron and the Cant. Tales: new essays on an old question    Fairleigh Dickinson UP 00

Carter Revard    MAE 69 00    From French `fabliau MSS' and Harley 2253 to the Decameron and CT


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E. Duncan    In Walter Clyde Curry F/S    1926

J. M. Manly,    Some New Light on Chaucer    Holt & Co. 26

K. Malone    In Chapters on Chaucer    Johns Hopkins 51

J. V. Cunningham    MP 49 52    Literary form of GP

E. T. Donaldson    PMLA 69 54    Chaucer the pilgrim

Arthur Hoffman    ELH 21 54    The Two Voices in GP

J. Swart Neoph. 38 54    Construction of GP

Rosemary Woolf    Critical Quarterly 1 59    Ch. as satirist in GP

John M. Major    PMLA 75 60    Personality of Ch. the pilgrim

Ruth Nevo    MLR 58 63    Motive & mask in GP

Harold F. Brooks,    Chaucer's Pilgrims: Artistic order of the portraits in the Prologue    Methuen 65

C. Muscatine    In Chaucer & Chaucerians, ed. D. S. Brewer (1966)

M. Copland    NQ 17 70     After hir mete she raughte

R. Pearcy    NQ 17 70    Friar -- at his owne cost

D. E. Berndt    SP 68 71    Monastic acedia and Chaucer's Monk

C. Wood    ES 52 71    Jousting & dancing as attrib. of Squire [symbols of lechery in Livre de Seyntz Medecines]

D. L. Jeffrey    JEGP 70 71    Friar's rent

R. B. White    JEGP 70 71    Chaucer's Monk

D. Knapp    ELH 39 72    Relyk of a Seint: a gloss on Ch. pilgrimage

B. Z. Kedar    Stud. med. 13 72    Passenger list of a crusade ship 1250

Roy Pearcy    ChauR 8 73    Ch.'s Franklin & the literary vavasour

G. Engelhardt    MS 36 74    Lay pilgrims of CT

G. Engelhardt     MS 37 75    Ecclesiastical pilgrims: a study in ethology

C. D. Eckhardt    YES 5 75    The number of Ch. pilgrims

Gerald Morgan    ES 58 77    Universality of portraits

Penn R. Szittya    Spec 52 77    Antifraternal trad. in ME lit.

Gerald Morgan    ES 59 78    Design of GP

Hugh Keenan    NM 79 78    Franklin's feast & eucharistic shadows

Loy Martin    ELH 45 78    History and Form in GP

Kenneth Cahn    SAC 2 80    Ch. merchants & the foreign exchange: med. finance

H. M. Leicester    PMLA 95 80    Art of impersonation: GP

Rudy Spraycar    NM 81 80    Ch on Nature in GP opening

Larry Sklute    StN 52 80    Catalogue form & catalogue style

Gerald Morgan    ES 62 81    Rhetorical perspectives in GP

Peter Goodman    MAE 50 81    Ch. `burgesses' and the aldermen of London

Chauncey Wood    Use of signs in portrait of Prioress    In J. P. Hermann & J. J. Burke (eds.),    Signs & Symbols in Ch's Poetry    Alabama 81

John V. Fleming    ChauR 15 81    Daun Piers & Dom Pier: Waterless Fish & Unholy Hunters

Karl Wentersdorf    StN 53 81    The termes of Ch. ML

Leger Brosnahan    ChauR 16 82    Authenticity of preestes thre

Eamon Grennan    ChauR 16 82    Use of but in portrait of Pars

G. A. Lester    Neoph. 66 82    Ch. Knight & the med. tournament [cf. also NQ 28 81]

Paul B. Taylor    ChauR 17 82    Alchemy of Spring in GP

C. A. Owen    LSE 14 83    Dev. of art of portraiture in GP

Nigel Saul    MAE 52 83    Social status of Franklin

Pat. Eberle    ChauR 18 83-84    Commercial Language & outlook in GP

Wm. Urban    ChauR 18 84    When was Ch's Knight in Ruce?

Melvin Storm    ChauR 19 84    Ch's Franklin & distraint of knighthood

W. Rothwell    MLR 80 85    Stratford atte Bowe & Paris [French borrowing attested before Chauc]

Wm. McColly    ChauR 20 85    Ch's Yeoman & the rank of knight

Glending Olson    ChauR 21 86    Ch's Monk: the Rochester Connection

Barbara Nolan    PMLA 101 86    Ch's voices in GP

John Pratt    ChauR 22 87-8    Was Ch's Knt really a mercenary?

B. J. Harwood    RES 39 88    The `fraternite' of Ch's guildsmen

Caroline D. Eckhardt,    The GP: Annot. bibliog. 1900-82    88

Malcolm Andrew    ChauR 23 88-9    Context & judgment in GP

Bruce Moore    MAE 58 89    The reeve's rusty blade [rusty referring to corrosive power of envy]

Laurel Braswell-Means    ChauR 25 90-91    Ch's Summoner & physiognomia

Laura Hodges    ChauR 26 91    The Monk's costume

Rob. Swanson    SAC 13 91    Ch's Parson & other priests

Andrew Breeze    RMS 17 91    Ch, St Loy & the Celts

D. Maxfield    ChauR 28 93    St Mary Rouncivale

S. Eisner    ChauR 28 93    The Ram revisited

Emerson Brown    Medievalia 15 93    What's wrong with being a worthy Knt?

F. B. Jonassen    SAC 16 94    Carnival food-imagery in the desc. of Franklin

J. D. Zatta    ChauR 29 94-5    Ch's Monk: a hunter

Laura Hodges    ChauR 29 94-5    Costume rhetoric in portrait of Knt

R. Rex,    The Sins of Madame Eglentyne    Delaware 95

J. I. Wimsatt    Spec. 71 96    Duns Scotus, Charles Saunders Pierce, and the portrayal of Ch. pilgrims

Mary Maleski    ChYb 5 98    The culpability of Ch's Prioress

Brian Castle    NM 99 98    Ch's `shaply' guildsmen and mercantile pretension

L. Purdon & J. Wasserman    ChauR 33 98-9    The Franklin, food and the Freemen of York

P. Hardwick    ChauR 33 98-9    Ch: the poet as ploughman

Mel Storm    SP 96 99    Speech, circumspection and orthodontics in MancPT and WB's portrait

Colin Wilcockson    RES 50 99    The opening of GP: a diptych

Laura Hodges    ChauR 34 99-00    Ch's Friar: `typet' and `semycope'

Laura Hodges,    Chaucer and Costume: the secular pilgrims in the GP    Brewer 00

A. Blamires    RES 51 00    Ch the reactionary: ideology & GP


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III.    KNIGHT'S TALE (inc. Fragment I in general)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


W. C. Curry    In Ch. & the Med. Sciences    OUP 26 rev. 60

J. R. Hulbert    SP 1929    The aim of the KnT

Wm. Frost    RES 25 49    An Interpretation of Ch's KnT

C. Muscatine    PMLA 65 50    Form, Texture, and Meaning in KnT

William G. Stokoe    UTQ 21 52    The first fragment -- structure & intention

Charles A. Owen    ES 35 54    Aesthetic Design in Tales of the first day

P. F. Baum    In Chaucer: A Crit. Appreciation    Duke 58

Robert A. Pratt    JEGP 57 58    Joy after wo in the KnT

J. Wordsworth    MAE 27 58    Link of KnT & MillT

Dale Underwood    ELH 26 59    The first of the CT

J. Halverson    SP 57 60    Aspects of order in the KnT

E. Salter    In Chaucer: KnT & ClkT    London 62

Richard Neuse    UTQ 31 62    The Knight: The first mover in Ch. comedy

M. Keen    History 1962    Brotherhood in arms

W. F. Bolton    ChauR 1 67    The topic of the KnT

C. Dean    MS 1969    Imagery of KnT & MillT

C. D. Benson    ChauR 3 69    KnT as history

A. V. C. Schmidt    EC 1969    The tragedy of Arcite

D. Brooks & A. Fowler    MAE 39 70    The meaning of the KnT

J. Helterman    ELH 38 71    Dehumanizing metamorphoses of KnT

Ian Robinson    In Ch. and the Eng. Trad.    CUP 72

Peter Elbow    ChauR 7 72    How Chaucer Transcends Oppositions in the KnT

J. Smith    EC 1972    Chaucer, Boethius & recent criticism

K. A. Blake    MLQ 34 73    Order and the noble life in KnT

L. Tatelbaum    NM 74 73    Venus' role in KnT

Alan Gaylord    ChauR 8 74    The Role of Saturn in the KnT

Frederick Turner    ChauR 8 74    Structuralist Analysis of KnT

Peter Elbow    In Oppositions in Chaucer    Wesleyan UP 75

J. O. Fichte    Ang. 93 75    Man's free will & poet's choice: creation of artistic order in KnT

B. K. Cowgill    PQ 54 75    The KnT and the 100 years' war

E. G. Schreiber    JEGP 74 75    Venus in the medieval mythographic trad.

A. K. Hieatt    In Chaucer, Spenser & Milton    McGill 75

Robt. Hollander    M&H 8 77    Validity of Bocc. self-exegesis in Teseida

Stewart Justman    MLQ 39 78    Auctoritee and the KnT

Paolo Cherchi    MP 63 78    KnT 1774-81: Fy upon a Lord. . .

W. E. H. Rudat    Neoph. 64 80    Mercury & Arcite: Aeneid & the world of KnT

D. Aers    In Chaucer, Langland & the creative Imag.    1980

E. C. Schweitzer    SAC 3 81    Fate and Freedom in KnT

I. Bishop    In Pelican New Age of Chaucer    82

J. Burrow    Boitani/Torti 82    Chaucer's KnT and the 3 Ages of Man

Donaldson    Davis F/S 83    Arcite's Injury

Eliz. Salter    In 14thc Eng. Poetry    OUP 83

J. Burrow    Ch, KnT and the 3 ages of man    In Boitani/Torti, Med. & Pseudo-med. lit. 84

Judith Perryman    Neoph. 68 84    `False Arcite'

Jas. H. McGregor    MLN 99 84    Boccaccio's Athenian Theater [genuine imit. of antique. ]

Marsha Siegel    SP 82 85    The debate in Fragment A of CT

T. McAlindon    MAE 55 86    Cosmology, continuity in KnT

Lorraine K. Stock    JEGP 85 86    The 2 mayings in KnT

Emerson Brown    ChauR 21 86    KnT 2639: guilt by punctuation

David Anderson    ChauR 21 87    Theban genealogy in KnT

Therese Finkle    Viator 18 87    Saturn of the several faces: a survey of the med. mytholog. trad.

Wm. F. Woods    PQ 66 87    Chivalry & nature in KnT

D. W. Robertson    SP 84 87    The probable date & purpose of KnT

R. H. Nicholson    ChauR 22 87-8    Justice & ceremony in KnT

David Anderson,    Before the Knight's Tale    Penn 88

Susan Crane    SAC 12 90    Med. romance & feminine difference in KnT

Lois Roney,    KnT & theories of scholastic psychology    Florida 90

P. Boitani    Transformations of KnT    Brewer F/S 90

W. Wetherbee       In Hahn, Exemplaria 90    Romance and tragedy in the KnT

Bruce Moore    ChauR 25 90-91    The Mayings in KnT

Peter Brown    ChauR 26 91    Prison of Theseus and `castle of jalousye'

Craig Berry    ChauR 26 91    The king's business: negotiating chivalry in KnT

M. McAlpine    KnT: An annot bibliog.       Toronto 91

Wm. F. Woods    SP 88 91    Emelye's role in KnT

G. Olson    Howard essays 92    Aristotelian `game' in CT Fragment I

J. Finlayson    ChauR 27 92    KnT -- romance, epic, philosophy

Dorothy Yamamoto    NM 93 92    Heraldry & KnT

Helen Cooney    Wonder and Boethian Justice in KnT       In Cuilleanain & Pheifer, Noble & Joyous 1993

Mark Sherman    Exempl. 6 94    Politics of discourse in KnT

Mary Carruthers    Seeing things: locational memory in KnT    In Frank essays 94

Ebbe Klitgard,    Ch's narrative voice in KnT    Copenhagen 95

Laurel Amtower    Exemplaria 8 96    Mimetic desire and misappropriation of the ideal in KnT

Louise Fradenburg    JMEMS 27 97    Sacrificial desire in KnT

Margaret Allessy    ChauR 32 97-8    Ch's knowledge of buildings in KnT

Timothy O'Brien    ChauR 33 98-9    Fire & blood: `queynte' imaginings in Diana's temple


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IV.    MILLER'S TALE (also fabliaux in general)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


E. Talbot Donaldson    Idiom of popular poetry in MillT    In Engl. Inst. Essays 1950, ed. A. S. Downer Columbia UP 51

Gardiner Stillwell    JEGP 54 55    Lang. of love in MillT and RvT & in the OF Fabliaux

Earle Birney    Neoph. 44 60    Ironic structure in MillT

W. F. Bolton    MS 24 62    MillT: an interpretation

Paul Olson    MLQ 24 63    Poetic justice in MillT

S. Wenzel    NQ 17 70    Ch. and Grosseteste in MillT & SummT

Beryl Rowland    ChauR 5 70    Play of MillT: game within a game

Robert Miller    ChauR 5 70    The Miller's Tale as Complaint

M. Bloomfield    An unBoethian interp. of MillT    In Med. Lit. & Folklore Studies, ed. Jerome Mitchell    Rutgers 70

T. B. Hanson    NM 72 71    Physiognomy and chartn. in MillT

D. P. Poteet    NQ 19 72    Avoiding wife in times of affliction

Betty Hill    NM 74 73    MillT and RvT

P. Neuss    EC 24 74    Double entendre in MillT [privetees, musical inst. ]

Anne Leyland    NQ 21 74    Frideswide in MillT

J. M. Gellrich    JEGP 73 74    Parody of med. music in MillT

J. A. W. Bennett    In Chaucer at Oxford & Cambridge    Toronto 74

N. T. Harrington    ChauR 10 76    Framing of CT [special att. to MillT-RvT]

Peter Beidler    ChauR 12 77    Art and Scatology in MillT

Michael Blecher    NM 79 78    Ch's Nicholas & St. Nicholas

Mary Jane Schenck    CL 30 78    Functions & Roles in Fabliau

B. Rowland    StN 51 79    What Ch. did to the fabliau

N. F. Blake    NQ 26 79    `Astromye' in MillT Cf. NQ 28 1981

Geoff. Cooper    JEGP 79 80    `Sely John' in MillT

Jos. A. Dane    ChauR 14 80    Mechanics of comedy in MillT

J. Stevens    Bennett F/S    Angelus ad virginem: History of a med. song     In P. L. Heyworth's Med. Studies    OUP 81

David Williams    ChauR 15 81    Radical therapy in MillT

M. F. Vaughan    PQ 60 81    Chaucer's imaginative one-day flood

R. E. Lewis    MP 79 81-2    English Fabliau Tradition in MillT

Thos. W. Ross (ed.),    The MillT    Variorum 83

Patrick Gallacher    ChauR 18 83    Perception & reality in MillT

Catherine Tkacz    ChauR 18 83    Ch's beard-making

W. C. Johnson    MLR 78 83    [On fabliaux in general]

Roger Sell    ES 66 85    Tellability & politeness in MillT. first steps in literary pragmatism

Macklin Smith    SAC 8 86    Or I wol caste a ston [MillT -- parody of women taken in adultery]

Melissa Furrow    ELH 56 89    ME fabliaux and modern myth [fabliau elements appear in romance]

T. J. Farrell    ELH 56 89    Privacy in MillT

J. B. Friedman    YES 22 92    Nicholas's angelus ad virginem and the mocking of Noah

Kara V. Donaldson    PQ 71 92    Alison's language: body, text & glossing in MillT

R. W. Hanning    (private parts)    In Howard essays 92

J. Hines,    The Fabliau in English    Longman 93

Ann Thompson    MAE 63 94    St Frideswide

H. M. Leicester    ELH 59 94    (Psychoanalytical account of MillT)

W. F. Woods    ChauR 29 94-5    Private and public space in MillT

J. H. Morey    ChauR 29 94-5    The cultour in MillT

Karma Lochrie    Exemp. 6 95    Woman's pryvetees and fabliau politics in MillT

F. M. Biggs & Laura Howes    MAE 65 96    Theophany in MillT [Moses sees God's posterior, followed by thunder]

Richard Daniels    In Stevens essays 98    Textual pleasure in MillT

D. L. Boyd    Sodomy in MillT    In Robinson F/S 98

Cornelius Novelli    ChauR 33 98-9    Sin, sight, and sanctity -- why Ch's blacksmith works at night

P. Brown    MAE 79 00    `shot wyndowe' in MillT

Mark Miller    ELH 67 00    Naturalism & its discontents in MillT


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Walter M. Hart    PMLA 23 1908    RvT: A Compar. Study of Ch's Narrative Art

R. E. Kaske    ELH 26 59    Aube in RvT

Murray Copland    MAE 31 62    RvT: Harlotrie or Sermonyng?

Paul Olson    SP 59 62    RvT: Ch.'s measure for measure

S. Delany    MS 29 67    Clerks and Quiting in RvT

J. L. Baird    NM 1969    Law and RvT

Gerhard Joseph    ChauR 5 70    Chaucerian "Game"--"Earnest" and the "Argument of Herbergage" in CT

Ian Lancashire    ChauR 6 72    Sexual innuendo in the "Herbergage"

Thomas Garbaty    ChauR 8 73    Satire & Regionalism: The Reeve & his Tale

Betty Hill    NM 74 73    Chaucer: The MillT & RvT

G. Olson    MLQ 35 74    RvT as a Fabliau

J. A. W. Bennett    In Chaucer at Oxford and Camb.    Toronto 74

N. F. Blake    NQ 1977    Another northernism in RvT

Peter Brown    ChauR 14 80    Space in the RvT

Carol F. Heffernan    ChauR 15 80    Cask figure in RvProl

Alan Fletcher    MAE 52 83    Norfolk Reeve [assoc. with avarice]

John Plummer    ChauR 18 83    Simony & patrimony in ReeveT

Joseph E. Grennen    JMRS 14 84    Calculating Reeve & his camera obscura

V. J. Scattergood    ChauR 19 84    Perkyn Revelour & Cooks T

D. Brewer    Reeve's T.    In Chaucer's Frame Tales, Joerg O. Fichte, ed.     Brewer 87

S. Feinstein    ChauR 26 91    The horse in RvT

Tamara Kohanski    ChauR 27 92    In search of Malyne

Susan Yager    ChauR 28 93    Perception and error in RvT

E. G. Stanley    NQ 240 95    Early 17thc. trans. of RvT by Francis Burton

Chas. R. Smith    ChauR 30 95-6    Ch's Reeve and St Paul's Old Man [RvP]

Wm. F. Woods    ChauR 30 95-6    The logic of deprivation in RvT

Daniel J. Pinti    ChauR 30 95-6    Governing the CkT in Bodley 686

D. L. Boyd    Social texts, Bodley 686 and the politics of the Cook's Tale    In Lerer, Reading for the Margins 96

Carol Everest    ChauR 31 96-7    Sex and old age in RvP


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Edward Block    PMLA 68 53    Originality, controlling purpose & craftsmanship in MLT

William Sullivan    MLN 68 53    ML as literary critic

P. F. Baum    In Chaucer: A Critical Appreciation    Duke 58

John A. Yunck    ELH 27 60    Religious elements in MLT

Alfred David    PMLA 82 67    ML vs. Chaucer: a case in Poetics

C. Wood    Trad. 1967    ML as interpreter

R. T. Farrell    NM 71 70    Theme of `Help of God' in MLT

Chauncey Wood,    In Country of the Stars    Princeton 70

Rodney Delasanta    Chau R 5 71    And of great reverence: Ch's ML

Michael Paull    Chau R 5 71    Influence of saints' legend genre in MLT

M. Bloomfield    PMLA 87 72    MLT

T. Culver    YES 2 72    Order in MLT

B. Rowland    ELH 40 73    Physicians & MLT

W. Scheps    PMLA 89 74    Ch. ML and Tale of Constance

Sheila Delany    ChauR 9 74    Womanliness in MLT

Thomas Bestul    ChauR 9 75    MLT & Rhetorical Foundations of Chaucerian pathos

R. E. Finnegan    NM 77 76    The ML, his tale, and the pilgrims

D. Wurtele    Neoph. 60 76    Proprietas in MLT

Paul Clogan    M&H 8 77    Narrative style of MLT

Hope P. Weissman    JMRS 9 79    Late gothic pathos in MLT

Eugene Clasby    ChauR 13 79    Ch's Constance: Womanly Virtue & the Heroic Life

S. Manning & D. Bethurum    In Beichner F/S    79

Kevin Roddy    JMRS 10 80    Mythic sequence in MLT

Philip Wynn    Viator 13 82    Conversion story in Trevet's tale of Constance

Wm. C. Johnson    ChauR 16 82    MLT: aesthetics and Christianity

D. Thomas Hanks    ChauR 18 83    Emare as influence on MLT

J. E. Grennen    JEGP 84 85    ML and the constancy of justice

Melissa Furrow    ChauR 24 89-90    MLT: sex and the saeculum

David Raybin    SAC 12 90    Woman as outsider in MLT

R. A. Shoaf    In Hahn, Exemplaria 90    Circulation, property & incest in MLT

A. S. G. Edwards    Crit. approaches to MLT    In C. D. Benson & E. Robertson (eds.), Ch's religious tales 90

C. D. Benson    Poetic variety in MLT    In ibid. 90

G. Keiser    The spiritual heroism of Ch's Custance    In ibid. 90

Robert Correale    ChauR 25 90-91    Ch's MS of Trevet's Cronicle

Ann Astell    SAC 13 91    Apostrophe, prayer & satire in MLT

P. Nicholson    Ch. borrows from Gower: MLT    In R. F. Yeager, Ch. & Gower: Difference, Mutuality, Exchange 91

P. Nicholson    ChauR 26 91    MLT -- what Ch really owed to Gower

R. B. Dawson    ChauR 26 91    Custance in MLT

Anna Baldwin    YES 22 92    The MLT as a philosophical narrative

Pat Eberle    In Leyerle essays 93    The question of authority in MLT

Laurel Hendrix    Exemp. 6 94    Currency of Constance in MLT

Susan Schibanoff    Exemplaria 7 96    Orientalism, antifeminism and heresy in MLT

Eliz. Allen    ELH 64 97    Ch answers Gower: MLT and the trouble with reading

James Landman    SAC 20 98    Torture and MLT

R. J. Goldstein    ChauR 33 98-9    Ch, the Scots & MLT

Helen Cooney    ChauR 33 98-9    Wonder and immanent justice in MLT

Kathryn Lynch    ChauR 33 98-9    Storytelling, exchange and constancy: east and west in MLT

G. Caie    MLT    Blake essays 99

Gail Ashton    ChauR 34 99-00    Her father's daughter: re-alignment of father-daughter kinship in 3 romance tales (inc. MLT)

G. Caie    NM 101 00    Innocent III's De Miseria as a gloss on MLPT

Elizabeth Fowler    The empire & the waif: consent & conflict of laws in MLT    Pearsall essays 00


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VII.    WIFE OF BATH'S PROLOGUE AND TALE (and `marriage-group')
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


G. L. Kittredge    MP 9 1911-12    Ch's Discussion of Marriage (on marriage group: followed by Hinckley PMLA '17, Lawrence MP 1914, Kenyon JEGP 1916, C. Brown PMLA 1933, C. P. Lyons ELH 1935)

Margaret Schlauch    PMLA 61 46    The Marital Dilemma in WBT

B. F. Huppé    MLN 1948    Rape & women's sovereignty in WBT

Wayne Shumaker    ELH 18 51    Alisoun in Wonder-land

Theodore Silverstein    MP 58 61    WB and Rhetoric of Enchantment

R. A. Pratt    Baugh F/S, ed. MacEdward Leach (Penn 61)    Development of WB (see Jones in    JEGP 1925)

R. Miller    ELH 1965    WB

A. V. C. Schmidt    NQ 1967    [Husband no. 5 is not dead]

D. Silvia    NQ 1967    [Yes he is]

Charles Koban    ChauR 5 71    Hearing Chaucer out: Art of Persuasion in WB [importance of oral delivery and effects within tale too]

Gloria Shapiro    ChauR 6 71 Dame Alice as Deceptive Narrator

B. J. Harwood    MLQ 33 72    WB and the dream of innocence

B. Rowland    Neoph. 56 72    WB's unlawful philtrum [phallic bread-baking]

B. Rowland    NM 73 72    Chaucer's Dame Alys

M. P. Hamilton    MS 34 72    Helowys and Jankyn's book

B. Rowland    Archiv 209 72-3    Death of 4th husband

D. Colmer    JEGP 72 73    Character and class in WBT

R. F. Fleissner    ChauR 8 73    The W of Bath's Five

A. Kiernan    ELH 41 74    The Archwife and the Eunuch

T. A. Reisner    MP 71 73-4    WB's dower: a legal interpret.

W. Matthews    Viator 5 74    The WB and all her sect

B. F. Hamlin    ChauR 9 74    Astrology & WB

James Boren    NM 76 75    Alysoun and the Vulgate perfect wife (Prov. 31. 10)

Hope P. Weissman    Antifeminism in Ch    In Ch: A Collect. of Original Essays, G. D. Economou, ed.     McGraw Hill 75

P. Verdonk    Neoph 60 76    A reading of WBT

Eric Brown    ChauR 10 76    Transformation & the WBT: a Jungian discussion (also ChauR 12)

Graham Caie    ChauR 10 76    Signif. of Early Glosses to WBP

Kenneth Oberembt    ChauR 10 76    Ch's Anti-Misogynist WB

Rodney Delasanta    ChauR 12 77    Alisoun & the Saved Harlots: A Cozening of our Expectations

W. G. East    ChauR 12 77    Fragment D "By Preeve which that is demonstratif"

Donald Sands    ChauR 12 78    The non-comic, non-tragic wife -- Sociopath

T. L. Burton    Chau R 13 78    WB's 4th, 5th and ideal 6th: growth of marital philosophy

Jas. W. Cook    ChauR 13 78    That she was oute of alle charitee: point counterpoint in WB's P and T

R. Cook    ES 59 78    Another biblical echo in WBP [pissing on wall]

Mary Carruthers    PMLA 94 79    WB and the painting of lions

Mary Hamel    ChauR 14 79    WB and a contemporary murder

Z. P. Thundy    Matheolus in WBP    In Chaucerian Problems & Perspectives, ed. E. Vasta    Notre Dame P. 79

D. W. Robertson    ChauR 14 80    Land tenure, cloth industry & WB

Hope P. Weissman    ChauR 15 80    Why Chaucer's wife is from Bath

Jas. Spisak    NM 81 80    Anti-feminism bridled -- the WB

D. Aers    In Chaucer, Langland, and creative Imag.    80

Melvin Storm    MLQ 42 81    Alison's ear [iconograph. signif. of deafness]

Martin Puhvel    StN 53 81    WB and Alice Kyteler: parallels

Patrick Gallacher    Viator 13 82    Dame Alice & the nobility of pleasure

N. F. Blake    LSE 13 82    WB and her tale

Marjorie Malvern    SP 80 83    Who painted the lion?

Lee Patterson    Spec. 58 83    Feminine rhetoric & poetic resolution in RR & CT

Esther Quinn    ChauR 18 84    Ch's Arthurian romance

Robert Meyer    ChauR 18 84    Ch's tandem romances: WBT as palinode

D. W. Robertson    SAC 6 84    WB & Midas

Barbara Gottfried    ChauR 19 85    Parables of power in WBP

Katharina Wilson    ChauR 19 85    Ch & Jerome: use of barley in WBP

Olga Fisher    ES 66 85    Gower's Florent & WBT: stylistic comparison

L. Fradenburg    SAC 8 86    The WB's passing fancy

John Alford    ChauR 21 86    Rivalry of WB & Clerk

Susan Crane    PMLA 102 87    Alison's incapacity and poetic instability in WBT

Barrie Ruth Strauss    ELH 55 88    Subversive discourse of WB: phallocentric discourse & the imprisonment of criticism

D. Wurtele    ChauR 23 88-89    WB, problem of 5th husband

R. Hanna    Compilatio & WB: Latin backgrounds, vernac. texts    In Latin & Vernacular, ed. A. J. Minnis    Brewer 89

A. Blamires    MAE 58 89    WB & Lollardy

Peggy Knapp    ChauR 24 89-90    WB & reappropriation of tradition

H. Cooper    Shape-shiftings of WB 1395-1670    Brewer essays 90

A. C. Spearing    Ch's & Dryden's WBT    Brewer essays 90

S. Delany    Strategies of silence in WB    In Hahn, Exemplaria 90

Andrew Galloway    SAC 14 92    Marriage sermons, polemical sermons, & WBP

Wim Tigges    ES 73 92    Reading of WBT

Timothy O'Brien    MLQ 53 92    Troubling waters: the feminine in the WB's performance

Laura Hodges    ChauR 27 92    WB's costumes

A. Lindley    ELH 59 92    Alisoun's absence in WBPT

John Oppel    Viator 24 93    St. Jerome & the history of sex

Lynne Dickson    SAC 15 93    Feminine discourse in WBPT

Cath. Cox    Exemp. 5 93    Promiscuous glossing in WBP

Michael Calabrese,    Ch and the Ovidian arts of love    Florida 1994

A. Spearman    ChauR 29 94-5    How WB misuses proper names

T. A. Van    ChauR 29 94-5    False texts and disappearing women in WBPT

Edward Vasta    Exemplaria 7 95    Ch, Gower & the unknown minstrel: the literary liberation of the loathly lady

Beverly Kennedy    ChauR 30 95-6    Dd. 4. 24 -- misogynous scribe of WBP

Kathryn McKinley    ChauR 30 95-6    Silenced knight: power and reciprocity in WBP

Mishtooni Bose    MAE 65 96    From exegesis to appropriation: the medieval Solomon

Susan Morrison    Exemplaria 8 96    Don't ask, don't tell: WB and vernacular translation

Carol Brown    ChauR 31 96-7    Structure and meaning in WBT

Susanne Thomas    ChauR 31 96-7    Buried legal argument in WBP

Warren Smith    ChauR 32 97-8    WB debates Jerome

Charles Henebry    ChauR 32 97-8    Apprentice/clerk Jankyn and development of WBP

Martin Puhvel    NM 100 99    WBT -- the mirror of her mind

James Marchand    NM 100 99    quoniam in WBP 608

Edgar Laird    ChauR 34 99-00    The astronomer Ptolemy and the morality of WBP

Robert Longsworth    ChauR 34 99-00    The WB and the Samaritan woman

Kathleen Biddick    JMEMS 30 00    The cut of genealogy: pedagogy in the blood [WBT]

S. H. Rigby    ChauR 35 00    The WB, Christine de Pizan, & the medieval case for women

J. B. Friedman    ChauR 35 00    Alice of Bath's astral destiny: a reappraisal


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Earle Birney    MS 21 59    Central ironies of FriT

A. Bonjour    EC 1961    Irony in FriT

Paul E. Beichner    MLQ 22 61    Baiting the Summoner

Hugh Hennedy    ChauR 5 71    The Friar's Summoner's Dilemma

R. T. Lenaghan    ChauR 7 73    The irony of the FriT

T. A. Stroud    ChauR 8 73    Ch. 's Friar as Narrator

C. Eckhardt    NQ 20 73    D 1554: does `caples 3' mean `3 horses'?

D. Murtaugh    NM 74 73    FriT

P. R. Szittya    PMLA 90 75    Green yeoman as loathly lady; FriT parody of WBT

J. Richardson    ChauR 9 75    FriT & SummT

N. R. Havely (ed.),    The Friar's, Summoner's, and Pardoner's Tales    Univ. London 75

H. Marshall Leicester    ChauR 17 82    Social context & performance in FriT

Morton Bloomfield    ChauR 17 83    FriT as a liminal tale

T. Hahn & R. Kaeuper    SAC 5 83    Text and context: FriT

Glending Olson    SAC 6 84    Sittingbourn

V. A. Kolve    SAC 12 90    Man in the middle: art & religion in FriT

Gail Ivy Berlin    PQ 69 90    Speaking to the Devil: a new context for FriT

B. J. Harwood    ChauR 26 91    Ch on `speche' in FriT and SummT

F. Ridley    Modern views of FriT    Howard essays 92

D. Ellis    ChauR 27 92    Ch's devilish reeve

C. H. Miller    ChauR 30 95-6    Identity of yeoman in FriT [= devil]

Mary F. Godfrey    Exemplaria 9 97    Only words: cursing and the authority of language in FriT

Daniel T. Kline    PQ 77 98    Oath-making and intent in FriT


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Earle Birney    Ang. 78 60    Structural irony in SummT

John F. Adams    EC 12 62    Structure of irony in SummT

J. V. Fleming    JEGP 65 66    Antifraternalism of SummT

J. V. Fleming    ChauR 2 67-8    Summ. Prol: an iconographic adjustment

S. Wenzel    NQ 17 70    Ch. & Grosseteste in MillT & SummT

Alan Levitan    UTQ 40 70-1    Parody of Pentecost in SummT

R. E. Kaske    NM 73 72    Horn and ivory in SummT

P. R. Szittya    SP 71 74    Friar as false apostle in SummT

J. Richardson    ChauR 9 75    FriT & SummT

N. R. Havely (ed.),    The Friar's, Summoner's, and Pardoner's Tales    Univ. London 75

Roy Peter Clark    ChauR 11 76    Doubting Thomas in Ch's SummT

R. A. Pratt    PQ 57 78    Albertus Magnus & problem of sound & odor in SummT

Patrick Gallacher    ChauR 21 86    SummT & med. attitudes towards sickness

V. A. Kolve    Chaucer's wheel: obscenity in SummT    In Leyerle essays 95

P. Pulsiano    ChauR 29 94-5    12-spoked wheel of SummT

Catherine Cox    Exemplaria 7 95    `Grope wel bihynde': the subversive erotics of SummT

R. Hasenfratz    ChauR 30 95-6    Science of flatulence: sources for SummT

Alan Fletcher    SAC 18 96    Summoner & abominable anatomy of Antichrist

John Plummer,    Variorum SummT    Okla. 97

G. Olson    ChauR 33 98-9    Significance of St Simon in SummT

Fiona Somerset    SAC 21 99    The politics of `lewed translacion' in SummT

G. Olson    SAC 21 99    The end of SummT and the uses of Pentecost


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J. B. Severs    Literary relationships of ClkT (also MLN 1934, Spec 1946]    Yale Studies in English 96 1942

Jas. Sledd    MP 51 53-4    ClkT: Monsters and critics

S. K. Heninger    JEGP 56 57    The Concept of Order in ClkT

J. M. Morse    MLQ 19 58    Philosophy of the Clerk of Oxenford

Eliz. Salter    The Knight's Tale and the Clerk's Tale    Edward Arnold 62

J. P. McCall    MLQ 27 66    ClkT & the theme of obedience

Joseph E. Grennen    ChauR 6 71    Science & sensibility in Ch. 's Clerk

Michael D. Cherniss    ChauR 6 72    The ClkT and Envoy, the WB's Purgatory & MeT

Francis L. Utley    ChauR 6 72    Five genres in the ClkT

A. C. Spearing    In Criticism and Medieval Poetry, 2nd edition    Edward Arnold 72

Alfred L. Kellogg    In Chaucer, Langland & Arthur: essays in Med. Lit.    Rutgers 72

Dolores Frese    ChauR 8 73    ClkT: The Monsters & the Critics Reconsidered

R. Longsworth    In Whiting F/S (Benson, ed. The Learned & the Lewed)    Harvard 74

L. S. Johnson    ChauR 10 75    Prince & people: Study of 2 covenants in ClkT

Robert Stepsis    ChauR 10 75    Potentia Absoluta & the ClkT

Alfred David    In The Strumpet Muse    Indiana 76

David Steinmetz    ChauR 12 77    Late medieval nominalism & the ClkT

E. Pearlman    ChauR 11 77    Psychological Basis of ClkT

Robert Burlin    In Chaucerian Fiction    Princeton 77

Kristine Gilmartin    ChauR 13 79    Array in the ClkT

Anne Middleton    SAC 2 80    The clerk & his tale & some literary contexts

Diane Bornstein    ChauR 15 81    Analogue to ClkT

Jill Mann    SAC 5 83    Satisfaction and payment

Jill Mann    In P. Boitani & A. Torti (eds.) Lit. in 14th c. England 83    Parents & children

Carol Heffernan    ChauR 17 83    Tyranny & commune profit in ClkT

Thos. H. Bestul    JEGP 82 83    True and false cheere in ClkT

John Alford    ChauR 21 86    Rivalry of WB & Clerk

John Ganim    ChauR 22 87-88    Carnival voices & the ClkT envoy

Thomas Van    ChauR 22 87-88    Walter at the stake in ClkT

Thomas J. Farrell    SP 86 89    Style and glosses in ClkT

K. P. Wentersdorf    MS 51 89    Clerk as rhetorician

Thos. Farrell    ChauR 24 89-90    Envoy de Chaucer & ClkT

Charlotte Morse    Crit. approaches to ClkT    In C. D. Benson & E. Robertson, Ch's religious tales 90

David Wallace    `When she translated was': A Chaucerian critique of the Petrarchan academy    In L. Patterson (ed.), Literary Practice & Social Change 90

C. D. Benson    Poetic variety in MLT & ClkT    In ibid. 90

E. D. Kirk    Nominalism & the dynamics of ClkT    In ibid. 90

A. Baldwin    From ClkT to Winter's Tale    Brewer essays 90

Valerie Edden    ChauR 26 91    Sacred and secular in ClkT

P. Cramer    JEGP 89 90    Lordship, bondage and the erotic in ClkT

R. E. Finnegan    ES 75 94    Griselda's promise in ClkT

H. Chickering    ChauR 29 94-5    Envoy to ClkT

Carolynn van Dyke    SAC 17 95    The Clerk's and Frk's subjected subjects

Andrew Sprung    Exemplaria 7 95    Coercion and compliance in ClkT

L. Georgianna    Spec. 70 95    ClkT and grammar of assent

S. Stanbury    ELH 28 97    The gaze in the ClkT

R. Delasanta    ChauR 31 96-7    Nominalism in ClkT revisited

Wendy Harding    ChauR 31 96-7    Dynamics of law in ClkT

Gail Ashton    ChauR 32 97-8    Patient mimesis: Griselda and ClkT

Warren Ginsberg    In Stevens essays 98    Petrarch, Ch and the making of the Clerk

Wendy Harding    ChYb 5 98    Griselda's `olde coote' and textual variance

Kathryn McKinley    ChauR 33 98-9    ClkT -- hagiography and the problematics of lay sanctity

J. Finlayson    Anglia 117 99    Petrarch, Bocc. and ClkT

Anne Savage    Clothing paternal incest in ClkT & Emare    In Riddy essays 00


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J. S. P. Tatlock    MP 33 35-6    MeT

J. A. Burrow    Ang. 75 57    Irony in the MeT

B. H. Bronson    SP 1961    Afterthoughts on the MeT

Paul A. Olson    ELH 28 61    Ch's Merchant & January's `hevene in erthe here'

Malcolm Pittock    EC 17 67    MeT

T. J. Garbaty    MP 67 69-70    Monk & MeT [Monk is the teller]

E. T. Donaldson    In Speaking of Chaucer    Athlone Press 70

P. J. C. Field    NQ 17 70    Perverted intercourse in MeT [Cf. pessaries in Pars T 939. 571]

Emerson Brown    NM 71 70    MeT and Pavia

P. Beidler    NM 72 71    MeT & Lombardy

N. T. Harrington    PMLA 86 71    MeT: another swing of the pendulum

Martin Stevens    ChauR 7 72    `And Venus laugheth' -- an interp. of MeT

Emerson Brown    NM 74 73    MeT: `unlikely elde' [med. views on age and being 60]

M. A. Dalbey    NM 75 74    Pluto & Proserpine in MeT

E. Brown    Viator 5 74    Biblical women in MeT

K. A. Bleeth    Whiting F/S    Image of Paradise in MeT     In Benson's The Learned & the Lewed    Harvard 74

Leslie Altman    RP 29 75-6    Miroir de Mariage in MeT

J. D. Burnley    YES 6 76    Morality of MeT

B. T. Gates    NM 77 76    Cupidity in mercantile values in fruit-tree episode

A. Annunziata    Acta 4 77    Tree paradigms in MeT

Carolyn Collette    In St. Icon. 1977

Douglas Burger    ChauR 12 77    Deluding words in MerchT

Douglas Wurtele    ChauR 13 78    Ironical Resonances in MeT

Emerson Brown    ChauR 13 79    MeT: getting beyond old controversies

Donald R. Benson    ChauR 14 79-80    Marriage encomium in MeT

Jas. F. Hoy    ChauR 14 79-80    20thc analogue to MeT

Jay Schleusener    ChauR 14 79-80    The Conduct of MeT

Vincent diMarco    ChauR 16 81    Richard Hole & MeT & SqT: an 18thc contribution to source & analogue study

Kenneth Bleeth    ChauR 21 86    Joseph's doubting of Mary & the conclusion of MeT

Richard Neuse    ChauR 24 89-90    Marriage & the question of allegory in MeT

Carolyn Collette    ChauR 24 89-90    Umberto Eco, Semiotics & MeT

A. S. G. Edwards    MLQ 51 90    MeT and moral Ch.

Eliz. Simmons-O'Neill    MLQ 51 90    Love in Hell: Pluto & Proserpine in MeT

M. A. Calabrese    SP 87 90    January, MeT and RR

Robert Edwards    Spec. 66 91    Narration and Doctrine in the MeT

Karla Taylor    Ch's reticent Merchant: MeT    Howard essays 92

R. Field    ChauR 28 93    Spurious lines in MeT

Susan Hagen    MeT as standup comedy    In Jost, Chaucer's humour 1994

Rosalind Field    RMS 20 94    January's `honeste thynges', knighthood & narrative in MeT

C. F. Heffernan    JEGP 94 95    Contraception and pear-tree episode in MeT

Cynthia Kraman    Communities of otherness in MeT    In Diane Watt (ed.), Med. women and their Communities 97

Jessica Cooke     ChauR 31 96-7    January and May in MeT

Joan Baker & Susan S. Morrison    YLS 12 98    The luxury of gender: PP & MeT

Angela Lucas    ChauR 33 98-9    The mirror in the market-place: Januarie through the looking-glass

Roy Pearcy    MAE 69 00    AN fabliaux & MeT


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K.-H. Göller    In A. Esch (ed.), Chaucer und Seine Zeit: Symposium for Walter F. Schirmer 68

R. S. Haller    MP 62 65    SqT and uses of rhetoric

John P. McCall    ChauR 1 66    The Sq in Wonderland

A. C. Friend    M&H 1 70    The captive bird & the traveller

C. F. Duncan    ChauR 5 70    The Gentle Frk's interruption of Squire

Joyce Peterson    ChauR 5 70    The Finished Fragent: Reassessment of SqT

Stanley Kahrl    ChauR 7 73    SqT and decline of chivalry

C. W. Moseley    Archiv 212 75    SqT imits. GGK [written for and at provincial court]

Vinc. diMarco    Ang. 99 81    A note on Canacee's magic ring

Jennifer Goodman    SAC 5 83    SqT and the use of chivalry

Al David    SAC Proc 1 84    Ch. as source for Ch. [Anelida -- SqT]

John Fyler    ELH 55 88    Domesticating the exotic in SqT

S. Sharon-Zisser    ChauR 26 91    SqT and limits of non-mimetic fiction

Brian S. Lee    YES 22 92    Closure in Fragment V

P. Hardman    JEGP 93 94    Images of pity in BD, SqT & TC

K. Lynch    Spec. 70 95    East meets west in SqT and FrkT

Eliz. Scala    ChauR 30 95-6    Canacee and the Ch canon: incest and other unnarratables

Vince DiMarco    ES 78 97    Supposed satiric pointers in SqT

Carol Heffernan    ChauR 32 97-8    Poetics of interlace in SqT

J. A. Dane    ChauR 34 99-00    Early printed texts and critical readings of SqT


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XIII.    FRANKLIN'S TALE (and `romances' generally)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


B. Harrison    SP 1935    Rhetoric in FrkT

Germaine Dempster    MLN 52 37 (& 1939)    Dorigen's Complaint

Jas. Sledd    MP 45 47    Dorigen's Complaint revisited

E. B. Benjamin    PQ 38 59    Concept of order in FrkT

Donald C. Baker    JEGP 60 61    A Crux in FrkT: Dorigen's Complaint

Russell A. Peck    ChauR 1 67    Sovereignty & the two worlds of the FrkT

Rob. Burlin    Neoph. 1967

A. M. Kearney    EC 19 69 (also EC 21)    Truth & illusion in the FrkT

M. R. Golding    MAE 39 70    Trouthe in FrkT

Stephen Knight    ChauR 4 70    Rhetoric & Poetry in FrkT

K. Hume    PQ 51 72    Why Ch. calls FrkT a breton lai

K. Hume    StN 44 72    Pagan setting of FrkT

C. Wright    PQ 52 73    FrkProl 716: Persius & continuity of mannerist style

G. M. White    PMLA 89 74    FrkT [general account]

G. Morgan    MAE 46 77    A defence of Dorigen's Complaint

W. Bryant Bachman    ChauR 12 77    The Philosophy of Magic & the Magic of Philosophy in the FrkT

Anthony Lueng    JEGP 77 78    Magic and illusion in FrkT

T. A. & M. E. Reisner    SP 76 79    Analogue for rock-motif [a story of Bass Rock off N. E. coast]

G. Morgan (ed.),    FrkT    1980 [rev. N. Jacobs, MAE 52 83]

Bruce Rosenberg    ChauR 14 80    The Bari widow & FrkT

Carol Heffernan    In Court & Poet, ed. Glyn Burgess 81    Two gardens in the FrkT

Jill Mann    Chaucerian themes & style in FrkT    In Pelican Age of Chaucer (ed. Boris Ford), Part 1, Ch and Allit. Trad. 1982

Mary Hamel    ChauR 17 83    FrkT and Chretien de Troyes

Effie Jean Mathewson    MAE 52 83    Illusion of morality in FrkT

Wolfgang Rudat    Neoph. 68 84    Gentillesse in FrkT

Anne Lee    ChauR 19 84    Ch's portrayal of Dorigen in FrkT

Kathryn Jacobs    ChauR 20 85    Marriage contract in FrkT

Gerald Morgan    ChauR 20 86    Filocolo & moral argument of FrkT

J. Ferster    Interpretation & Imitation in FrkT    In David Aers, Medieval Literature 86

John Fyler    ChauR 21 87    Love & degree in FrkT

Susan Crane    ChauR 24 89-90    The Franklin as Dorigen

Angela & Peter J. Lucas    ES 72 91    Presentation of Marriage and love in FrkT

A. Gaylord    From Dorigen to the Vavasour: Reading Backwards    In R. Edwards & S. Spector (eds.), The olde daunse    SUNY 91

C. Collette    ChauR 26 91    Seeing and believing in FrkT

D. Raybin    ChauR 27 92    Rereading Dorigen

Carole Brown    ChauR 27 92    Episodic structure of FrkT

Mary Bowman    ChauR 27 92    Dorigen in male world of FrkT

B. Ruth Straus    Exemp. 4 92    `Truth' and `Woman' in FrkT

J. I. Wimsatt    Reason, Merchant in the Franklin    In R. Edwards & S. Spector (eds.), The olde daunce

K. A. Bleeth    MLQ 74 93    The rocks and the garden: the limits of illusion in FrkT

R. Cook    NM 95 94    FrkT and Orfeo [Ch knew Auch. ]

Anne Scott    ChauR 29 94-5    Ethics, empathy and epistemology in FrkT

Carolynn van Dyke    SAC 17 95    The Clerk's and Frk's subjected subjects

D. Pearsall    SAC 17 95    FrkT, line 1469: forms of address in Ch

Joseph D. Parry    ChauR 30 95-6    Dorigen, narration and coming home in FrkT

Tim Flake    ES 77 96    FrkT

R. R. Edwards    MP 94 96-7    Source, context and cultural translation in FrkT [relation to Filocolo]

Carol Pulham    ChauR 31 96-7    Dorigen's dilemma revisited

J. B. Friedman    ChauR 31 96-7    Dorigen's grisly rokkes blake again

Sandra McEntire    ChauR 31 96-7    Illusions and interp. in FrkT

Francine McGregor    ChauR 31 96-7    Agency and ambivalence in FrkT

Mark Taylor    ChauR 32 97-8    FrkT and tradition of courtly/conjugal love

Nina M. Greenberg    ChauR 33 98-9    Dorigen as enigma: the production of meaning in FrkT

Dominique Battle    ChauR 34 99-00    FrkT & Filocolo reonsidered

R. D. Eaton    Neoph. 84 00    Narrative closure in FrkT


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XIV.    PHYSICIAN'S TALE (and Fragment VI)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


Lee Ramsey    ChauR 6 72    The sentence of it sooth is: PhyT

Thomas Hanson    ChauR 7 72    Ch. 's Phys. as storyteller and moralizer

Anne Middleton    ChauR 8 73    PhyT & Love's martyrs: `ensaumples mo than ten'

Anne Lancashire    ChauR 9 74-5    Ch. and the sacrifice of Isaac: PhyT

Gerhard Joseph    ChauR 9 74-5    Fragment VI

Martha Waller    Spec 51 76    PhyT: Chaucer and Fray Juan Garcia

Michael Haines    ChauR 10 76    Fortune, Nature & Grace in Fragment C

Jerome Mandel    ChauR 10 76    Governance in the PhyT

Emerson Brown    PQ 60 81    What is Ch doing with Phy. and his Tale?

S. Delany    SAC 3 81    Politics & the paralysis of the poetic imag. in PhyT

Daniel Kempton    ChauR 19 84    PhyT: the doctor's diplomatic `cure'

Brian Lee    ChauR 22 87-88    Position & purpose of PhyT

D. W. Robertson    ChauR 23 88-89    The Phys. comic tale

M. P. Harley    JEGP 91 92    Final judgment and the worm of conscience in PhyT

J. Hirsh    ChauR 27 92    The discourse of the PhyT

John Crafton    Signs, comedy and mystery in CT Fragment VI    In Jost, Chaucer's humour 1994

M. Pelen    ChauR 29 94-5    Murder and immortality in Fragment VI

C. Collette    ChYb 2 95    Virginia as image in PhyT

Brian Lee    ChYbk 4 97    Justice in PhyT/PardT

Angus Fletcher    ChauR 34 99-00    The sentencing of Virginia in PhyT


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G. L. Kittredge    Ch. pardoner    In The Atlantic Monthly 72 1893 Reprinted in Wagenknecht, Ch Essays in Crit 59

W. C. Curry    In Chaucer & Medieval Sciences    OUP 1926, 1960

G. G. Sedgewick    MLQ 1 40    Progress of Ch. Pardoner to 1940

W. Owen    RES 2 51    Old man in PardT

Alfred L. Kellogg and Louis A. Haselmayer    PMLA 66 51    Satire of Pardoner

Alfred Kellogg    Spec 26 51    Augustinian interp. of Ch. 's Pard.

R. Miller    Spec 30 55    Scriptural Eunuch

John Steadman    MAE 33 64    Old Age & Contemptus Mundi in PardT

Ian Bishop    MAE 36 67    Narrative art of PardT

D. Harrington    ChauR 1969    Narrative speed of PardT

John Halverson    ChauR 4 70    Progress of criticism in PardT

Arno Karlen    ChauR 6 71    The Homosexual Heresy

Stephan Khinoy    ChauR 6 72    Inside Ch's Pardoner?

E. Condren    Viator 4 73    The Pardoner's bid for existence

M. Pittock    EC 24 74    PardT and quest for death

D. M. Anderson    NM 75 74    The Pardoner's true profession

Eliz. Hatcher    ChauR 9 74-5    Life without death: old man in PardT

Michael Haines    ChauR 10 76    Fortune, Nature & Grace in Fragment C

G. Morgan    MLR 71 76    Self-revealing tendencies of Pard.

D. R. Howard    In Idea of CT 76

A. David    In Strumpet Muse 76

L. W. Patterson    M&H 7 76    Penitential lit. & The Pardoner

R. E. Jungman    PQ 55 76    Pardoner's quarrel with the Host

A. Luengo    ChauR 11 76    Audience & example in PardP & T

Joyce Peterson    ChauR 10 76    With Feigned Flattery: the Pard. as Vice

F. V. Cespedes    ELH 44 77    Chaucer's Pardoner and preaching

Walter Scheps    Acta 4 77    Numismatic Pardoner & Personf. of Avarice

Beryl Rowland    ChauR 14 79-80    Chaucer's idea of the Pard.

D. Aers    In Chaucer. Langland, & the Creative Imag.    80

Monica McAlpine    PMLA 95 80    The Pardoner's homosexuality and how it matters

Peter Beidler    ChauR 15 81    Noah and the Old Man in the PardT

Alicia Nitecki    ChauR 16 81    Convention of Old man's Lament in PardT

Peter Beidler    ChauR 16 82    The Plague and Ch. 's Pard.

P. B. Taylor    CL 34 82    Peynted Confessions: Bocc and Ch.

Melvin Storm    NM 83 82    A culpa & a poena: Christ's pardon & the Pard's

James F. Rhodes    ChauR 17 82    Motivation in PardT: Winner Take Nothing

Martin Stevens & Kath. Falvey    ChauR 17 82    Substance, accident & transformations in PardT

Melvin Storm    PMLA 97 82    Pardoner's invitation: quaestor's bag and Beckett's shrine

Robert Merrix    ChauR 17 83    Sermon structure in PardT

Alexandra Hennessey Olsen    NM 84 83    The Old Man [reminds pilgrims of FriT Yeoman -- devil seeking prey]

Jill Mann    Boitani/Torti 1983    Parents & children

D. Pearsall    ChauR 17 83    Ch's Pardoner: the death of a salesman

Carolyn Collette    ChauR 19 84    The oak tree in PardT

Donald Fritz    ChauR 21 87    Ch's narcissistic Pardoner

Alan Fletcher    SAC 11 89    The preaching of the Pardoner

S. Wenzel    SAC 11 89    Ch's Pardoner & his relics

Paula Neuss    The PardT: an early morality play?    In P. Boitani & A. Torti (eds.),    Religion in the Poetry & Drama of Late MA    Brewer 90

Alan Fletcher    ChauR 25 90-91    The topical hypocrisy of Ch's Pardoner

Janette Dillon    CL 41 91    Ch's game in the PardT

Ann Astell    Exemp. 4 92    The translatio of the Pard.

T. Matsuda    JEGP 91 92    Death, prudence and PardT

Glenn Burger    PMLA 107 92    Kissing the Pardoner

P. Sheneman    ChauR 27 92    Tongue as sword: Ps. 56 & 63 in PardT

V. DiMarco    LSE 23 92    PardT and Jerome, Epistle 22

L. O. Purdon    SP 89 92    Pardoner's Old Man & the Second Death

R. F. Green    SAC 15 93    The pardoner's pants (and why they matter)

Michael Calabrese    Viator 24 93    Orphean song & sexuality & the exile of the Pardoner

John Crafton    Signs, comedy and mystery in Fragment 6    In Jost, Chaucer's humour 94

Steven Kruger    Exemp. 6 94    Toward a gay reading of PardT

F. Hoerner    SAC 16 94    Church office, routine and self-exile in Pard.

M. F. Braswell    ChauR 29 94-5    Palimpsest -- Judas and Pard.

Muriel Whitaker    ChauR 34 99-00    The Chaucer chest and PardT: didacticism in narrative art

Robert Sturges,    Chaucer's Pardoner and Gender Theory    Macmillan 00

Marilyn Sutton (ed.),    Pardoner's Prologue and Tale: Annotated Bibliography 1900-1995    Toronto 00


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XVI.    SHIPMAN'S TALE (and Fragment VII generally)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


Albert Silverman    PQ 32 53    Sex and money in ShipT

W. W. Lawrence    Spec. 33 58    Ch. ShipT

J. Richardson    ELH 1965

Alan Gaylord    PMLA 82 67    Sentence & solaas in Fragment VII: H. Bailly as horseback editor

Michael McClintock    ChauR 5 70    Games and players: OF fabliaux & ShipT

R. Gulin    ES 52 71    ShipT -- Italian analogues

John C. McGalliard    PQ 54 75    Characterisation in ShipT

Theresa Coletti    StIcon 3 77    Meeting at gate [Joachim & Anna]

J. Burrow,    ed. of ShipT and PriT    In English Verse 1300-1500    Longman 77

David H. Abraham    ChauR 11 77    Pun and Structure in ShipT

V. J. Scattergood    ChauR 11 77    The originality of the ShipT

Paul S. Schneider    ChauR 11 78    Function of money in ShipT

George R. Keiser    ChauR 12 78    Language and Meaning in ShipT

Peter Nicholson    ELH 45 78    ShipT and the fabliaux

Kenneth Cahn    SAC 2 80    Ch. merchants & the foreign exchange: med. finance

Gail M. Gibson    Resurrection as dramatic icon [parody of Christ's app. to Mary Magd.] In J. P. Hermann & J. J. Burke (eds.), Signs & Symbols in Ch's Poetry    Alabama 81

Theresa Coletti    ChauR 15 81    Mulier fortis and ShipT

Gerhard Joseph    ChauR 17 83    Foreign exchange and puns of ShipT

Robert Adams    SAC 6 84    Concept of debt in ShipT

John P. Hermann    ChauR 19 84-5    Sign & symbol in ShipT

J. Fichte    Fichte Essays    ShipT in French fabliau tradition    In Chaucer's Frame Tales, ed. J. O. Fichte    Brewer 87

Mary F. Braswell    ChauR 22 87-88    Legal view of ShipT

Wm. F. Woods    ChauR 24 89-90    The wife as merchant's apprentice in ShipT

R. F. Green    ChauR 26 91    ShipT 39-40 are authorial commentary

R. H. Winnick    ChauR 30 95-6    Luke 12 and ShipT

John M. Ganim    ChauR 30 95-6    Double-entry bookkeeping in ShipT


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Richard J. Schoeck    Bridge: A Yearbook of Judaeo-Christian Studies 2 56    Ch. Prioress: Mercy & tender heart

Raymond Preston    NQ 206 61    Ch, his Prioress, the Jews and Prof. Robinson

Sherman Hawkins    JEGP 63 64    Ch. Prioress and the Sacrifice of Praise

Geo. Russell    The PriT    In Medieval Lit. & Civilization, ed. D. Pearsall & R. A. Waldron    Athlone Press 69

(Colloquium)    Viator 2 71    Refl. on Medieval antiJudaism

J. P. Brennan    SP 70 73    Glosses to PriT from Jerome adversus Jovinianum

Albert Friedman    ChauR 9 74-5    The PriT and Ch's anti-Semitism

D. W. Fritz    ChauR 9 74-5    The Pr's avowal of ineptitude

John C. Hirsh    ChauR 10 75    Reopening the PriT

Albert B. Friedman    ChauR 11 77    The Mysterious "Greyn" in the PriT

J. Burrow,    ed. of PriT    In Eng. Verse 1300-1500 1977

Sumner Ferris    NM 80 79    Hissing stanza in PriT [serpent &c]

Hardy Long Frank    ChauR 13 79    Ch's Prioress & the Blessed Virgin

Mary Hamel    ChauR 14 79-80    Relationship of PriT & Thopas

Carolyn Collette    ChauR 15 80 Sense and Sensibility in PriT

Edward C. Jacobs    ChauR 15 80    Further biblical allusions for Ch. Prioress

Sumner Ferris    ChauR 15 81    Ch. at Lincoln 1387: PriT as a political poem

A. David    Donaldson F/S 83    ABC to Style of Prioress

Jeremy Cohen    Trad. 39 83    Jews as killers of Christ in Latin trad. [= Friars]

Richard Rex    MLQ 45 84    Ch and the Jews

John Archer    ChauR 19 84    Structure of anti-semitism in PriT

Joel Fredell    ChauR 23 88-89    Late Gothic portraiture: Prioress & Philippa

C. Collette    Crit. approaches to PriT/SNT    In C. D. Benson & E. Robertson (eds.), Ch's religious tales 90

E. Robertson    Aspects of female piety in PriT    In ibid. 90

E. Stark Zitter    ChauR 25 90-91    Antisemitism in PriT

J. Ferster    Language & gender in PriT    In Hahn, Exemplaria 90

S. Spector    Empathy & enmity in the PriT    In R. Edwards & S. Spector, The olde daunse, SUNY 1991

M. Borroff    `Loves hete' in the PriT    In Edwards & Spector, The olde daunse 91

Steven Kruger    Jews in PriT and Croxton Play of Sacrament    Howard essays 92

T. Hahn    ChYb 1 92    Performance of gender in PriT

S. Ferris    ChauR 27 92    Prol to TC III and PriT

Denise Despres    MP 91 93-4    Cultic anti-Judaism in PriT

Carolyn Collette    Marian themes in PriT & SNT    In Frank essays 1994

D. Pigg    ChauR 29 94-5    Refiguring martyrdom in PriT

R. Rex,    The `sins of Madame Eglentyne' and other essays on Ch    Delaware 95

Richard Osberg    SAC 18 96    A voice for the Prioress: context of devotional prose

Corey Marvin    Exemplaria 8 96    Kristevan maternal space in PriT and John of Garland

Carol Meale    Burrow essays 97    Women's piety and women's power: PriT reconsidered

Kathleen Oliver    ChauR 31 96-7    Singing bread, manna and greyn

J. S. Russell    ChauR 33 98-9    Song & the ineffable in PriT

R. Boenig    NQ 244 99    Alma redemptoris mater, Gaude Maria & PriT


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XVIII. TALE OF SIR THOPAS (incl. studies of both Thopas & Melibee)
(Derek Pearsall's Thirty Year Working Bibliography)


J. M. Manly    E&S 13 28    Thopas: a Satire

W. W. Lawrence    PMLA 50 35    Satire in Thopas

R. M. Lumiansky    PQ 26 47    Meaning of Prologue to Thopas

Arthur K. Moore    JEGP 53 54    Thopas a criticism of 14thc minstrelsy

Susie Tucker    RES 1959

B. Rowland    NM 1963    Buck and hare [cf. Green NQ 1966]

J. A. Burrow    RES 22 71    Thopas: an agony in 3 fits

E. Stanley    NM 73 72    Use of bob-lines in Thopas

A. Haskell    Chau R 9    [popet, `puppet', Ch. the puppet, Thop. a puppet-play]

J. Conley    SP 73 76    The peculiar name Thopas

A. T. Gaylord    SAC 1 79    Prosody of Thopas

D. Brewer    Arming of Knight    In Chaucerian Problems & Perspectives, ed. Vasta & Thundy    Notre Dame 79

V. J. Scattergood    Ch. & French war: Thopas & Melibee    In Court & Poet (ARCA 5) ed. Glyn S. Burgess    Cairns 81

Alan T. Gaylord    ChauR 16 82    The moment of Sir Thopas: a new look at Ch. 's lang.

J. A. Burrow    Thopas in 16thc    In D. Gray & E. Stanley eds. ME Studies (Davis F/S)    Oxford 83

J. A. Burrow    YES 14 84    Thopas and La Prise de Neuville

Judith Tschann    ChauR 20 85    Layout of Thopas in MSS

Lee Patterson    SAC 11 89 160-76    What man artow? Authorial self-definition in Mel. & Thop.

C. R. Daileader    ChauR 29 94-5    Thopas and Mel and the defeat of antifeminism

Mark Dicicco    NQ 244 99    The arming of Thopas reconsidered

E. A. Jones    RES 51 00    Structure of Thopas


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J. Burke Severs    PMLA 50 35    Source of Mel.

W. W. Lawrence    The Tale of Melibeus    In Essays & Studies in Honor of Carleton Brown    NYUP 40

G. Stillwell    Spec. 19 44    Political meaning of Mel

P. Strohm    ChauR 2 67-8    Allegory of Tale of Mel.

Charles A. Owen    ChauR 7 73    The Tale of Mel [answer to Strohm]

Dolores Palomo    PQ 53 74    What Ch. really did to Le Livre de Melibee

Glending Olson    ChauR 10 75    The Melibee link

Diane Bornstein    Chau 12 78    Mel. as ex. of Style Clergial

P. Ruggiers    Serious Chaucer: Mel. and Pars T    In Chaucerian Problems & Perspectives, ed. Vasta & Thundy    Notre Dame 79

Thos. Farrell    ChauR 20 85    Ch's litel tretys-the Melibee

Lloyd Matthews    ChauR 20 86    Date of Melibee & stages of incorporation in CT

J. D. Burnley    Spec. 61 86    Curial prose in English

J. D. Burnley    MLR 81 86    Christine de Pizan & the so-called style clergial [wrong term]

Wm. Askins    SAC Proc. 1 86    Melibee & the Crisis at Westminster Nov. 1387

Ruth Waterhouse & Gwen Griffiths    ChauR 23 88-89    Deconstruction of Melibee

L. Staley Johnson    SP 87 90    Inverse counsel: contexts for Melibee

Jane Cowgill    Patterns of feminine & masculine persuasion in Mel. & ParsT    In C. D. Benson & E. Robertson (eds.), Ch's religious tales 90

C. Collette    ChauR 29 94-5    Heeding counsel of prudence -- a context for Melibee

J. H. Anderson    ELH 62 95    Spenser's use of Melibee

Edward E. Foster    ChauR 34 99-00    Has anyone here read Melibee?

D. Aers    Ch's Melibee: whose virtue?    Pearsall essays 00


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R. W. Babcock    PMLA 46 31    The Medieval Setting of Ch's MkT

Theodore Spencer    Spec. 9 34    Ugolino story in Dante and Ch.

C. Jones    MLN 1937

Edward Socola    JEGP 49 50    Ch's Dev. of Fortune in the MkT

H. Braddy    MLQ 1952

R. E. Kaske    ELH 24 57    Knt's interruption of MkT

Wm. C. Strange    ChauR 1 67    The MkT: A generous view

D. K. Fry    JEGP 71 72    Ending of MkT

P. Boitani    MAE 45 76    MkT: Dante & Boccaccio

Douglas Lepley    ChauR 12 78    The Monk's Boethian Tale

Kurt Olsson    MP 63 78    Grammar, manhood & tears: Curiosity in MkT

Phillipa Hardman    RES 31 80    Chaucer's tyrants of Lombardy

Jill Mann    Boitani/Torti 83    Parents & children [Ugolino episode]

M. C. Seymour    ChauR 24 88-90    Ch's early poem De Casibus

J. Ramazani    ChauR 27 92    MkT

R. Boenig    NQ 241 96    Is the MkT a fragment?

Emily Jensen    ChauR 32 97-8    Linkage of MkT/NPT

S. Wenzel    MkT and sermons    In Robinson essays 98

Helen Cooper    NML 3 99    4 last things in Dante & Ch: Ugolino in the House of rumour

(Colloquium on MkT)    SAC 22 00    [Stephen Knight, Terry Jones, Ann Astell, H. A. Kelly, Richard Neuse, Helen Cooper, Louise Fradenburg]


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S. B. Hemingway    MLN 31 16    Chaucer's Monk & NP

J. L. Hotson    PMLA 39 24    Colfox vs. Chauntecleer

J. B. Severs    SP 43 46    Ch's originality in NPT

Arthur Sherbo    PMLA 64 49    Ch's NP again

L. P. Boone    MLN 64 49    Chant. and Partlet identified

M. J. Donovan    JEGP 52 53    Moralite of NP's Sermon

R. M. Lumiansky    PMLA 68 53    The NP in the CT

C. Dahlberg    JEGP 53 54    Ch's Cock & Fox

R. E. Kaske    ELH 24 57    Knight's interruption of MkT

J. M. Steadman    MAE 28 59    Flattery & the moralitas of NPT

S. Manning    JEGP 59 60    The NP's morality & med. attitude to Fables

A. T. Broes    PMLA 78 63    Ch's disgruntled cleric

R. T. Lenaghan    PMLA 78 63    The NP's Fable

D. V. Harrington    Discourse 8 65    Undramatic character of NP

B. S. Levy & G. R. Adams    MS 29 67    Ch's Paradise Lost & Regained

J. B. Allen    SP 66 69    Ironic Fruyt: Chaunt. as Figura

Corinne Kauffman    ChauR 4 70    Dame Pertelote's Parlous Parle

P. Meredith    Neoph. 54 70    Chaunt. and the Mermaids

Constance Hieatt    StN 42 70    The moral of the NPT

W. Scheps    LSE 4 70    Ch's anti-fable: Reductio ad absurdum in NPT

D. Chamberlain    MP 68 70-1    NPT and Boethius De Musica

R. A. Pratt    Spec. 47 72    Three OF sources of NPT

John B. Friedman    ChauR 7 73    NPT -- Preacher & Mermaid's song

D. E. Myers    ChauR 7 73    Focus & `moralite' in NPT

R. Guerin    ES 54 73    NP and Inferno Canto 5

Jill Mann    ChauR 9 74-5    Speculum Stultorum & NPT

A. Paul Shallers    ELH 42 75    NPT: An ironic exemplum

F. Anne Payne    ChauR 10 76    Foreknowledge & Freewill: 3 theories in NPT

Patrick Gallacher    Spec. 51 76    Food, laxatives, catharsis in NPT

Susan Gallick    ChauR 11 77    Styles of usage in NPT

R. A. Pratt    Spec. 52 77    Some Latin sources of NP on dreams

I. Bishop    RES 30 79    NPT & Seven liberal arts

D. Brewer    Trames 1979    What is the NPT really about?

Karl P. Wentersdorf    StN 52 80    Heigh Ymaginacioun in NPT

Saul N. Brody    ChauR 14 80    Truth and fiction in NPT

Dolores W. Frese    ChauR 16 82    NPT: Ch's identified masterpiece? [anagrams]

D. Holbrook    The Nonne Preestis Tale    In Pelican Age of Chaucer, repr. in

Chaucer & The Allit. Trad.,    ed. Boris Ford Penguin 82

Donald Yates    ChauR 18 83    Chanticleer's Latin ancestors

Peter Travis    SAC Proc 1 84    NPT as grammar school primer

Lynn Staley Johnson    ChauR 19 85    Comedy in NPT (as promised in TC)

Eric Jager    MLQ 49 88    Croesus & Chauntecleer: the royal road of dreams

Paul Thomas    Neoph 72 88    Cato & Chantecleer, NPT

Saul Brody    TC & NPT: a drawing and undrawing of morals    In Boitani/Torti (eds.), Religion 90

L. Kordecki    Exemp. 4 92    Glossa ordinaria and NPT

Patrizia Grimaldi-Pizzorno    Exemp. 4 92    Ch's bad Latin

J. A. Dane    NQ 237 92    Mulier est hominis confusio in NPT

Stephanie Trigg    Exemp. 5 93    Chaucer, Dryden and NPT

P. Boitani    My Tale is of a Cok: problems of literal interp.    Wenzel F/S:

R. Newhauser & J. Alford (eds.), Lit. & religion in late MA    MRTS 118. 94

James Goldstein    Chaucer, Freud and the political economy of wit: tendentious joke (Flemings) in NPT    In Jost, Chaucer's humour 94

Monica McAlpine    Triumph of fiction in NPT    In Frank essays 94

R. W. Fehrenbacher    ChauR 29 94-5    Lit. & hist. in NPT

Edward Wheatley    SAC 18 96    NPT & scholastic fable tradition

Doron Narkiss    ChauR 32 97-8    Ch's escape from fable, NPT

Lawrence Warner    ChauR 32 97-8    Tyranny of enclosure in NPT

Peter Travis    In Stevens essays 98    Reading Ch ab ovo: mock exemplum in NPT

J. Finlayson    NM 99 98    `Povre widwe' in NPT & Decameron

Edward Wheatley,    Mastering Aesop: medieval education, Ch and his followers    Florida 00

R. Boenig    Neoph. 84 00    Ch and St Kenelm


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Jos. E. Grennen    JEGP 65 66    Unity of Fragment VIII [also PQ '63, SP '65, JHI '64]

B. Rosenberg    ChauR 1968    Unity of Fragment VIII

Paul Clogan    M&H 3 72    Figural Style & Meaning of SNT

P. E. Beichner    ChauR 8 73-4    Confrontation, contempt of court & Ch. Cecilia

Carolyn P. Collette    ChauR 10 75-6    A closer look at S. Cecilia's special vision

Norman T. Harrington    ChauR 10 75-76    (framing: link of SN & CY)

John C. Hirsh    Chau 12 77-8    Politics of Spirituality: SN and Manciple

Ruth Waterhouse    NM 79 78    Life of S. Cecilia in Aelfric & Chaucer

Sherry Reames    MP 63 78    Sources of SNT

Sherry Reames    Spec. 55 80    Cecilia legent as Ch. inherited and retold it: disappearance of Augustinian ideal

V. Kolve    Iconography of SNT    In New Perspectives in Ch. Criticism, ed. Donald Rose     Pilgrim 81

Glending Olson    ChauR 16 81-82    Chaucer, Dante & the Structure of Fragment G

Anne Eggebroten    ChauR 19 84-5    Laughter in SNT

Sherry Reames    MP 87 89-90    Discovery concerning source of SNT

C. Collette    Crit. approaches to SNT    In C. D. Benson & E. Robertson (eds.), Ch's religious tales 90

John C. Hirsh    The SNT    In ibid. 90

Lynn Staley Johnson    SP 89 92    SNT & strategies of dissent

V. J. Scattergood    Chaucer in the suburbs    In M. Stokes & T. Burton (eds.), Cottle Essays 87

R. Longsworth    ChauR 27 92    Cecilia and the alchemist of CY

Sherry Reames    Three retellings of the St Cecilia legend    In Borroff essays 95

David Raybin    ChauR 32 97-8    Creation and recreation of life of St Cecile

Karen Arthur    ChauR 32 97-8    Equivocal subjectivity in SNT

Marianne Borch    ChYb 5 98    Ch's SNT: record of a dying world

Jennifer Summit    JMEMS 30 00    Topography & historiography: Petrarch, Ch & the making of med. Rome [SNT]


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D. Harrington    NM 1965    CYT (also AnM 1968)

J. Reidy    PMLA 1965    CYT

E. H. Duncan    Spec. 43 68    Lit. of alchemy & CYT: framework, theme and characters

S. McCracken    MP 68 70-1    Confessional prologue & the topography of CY

D. Finkelstein    Archiv 207 71    CYT

Lawrence Ryan    ChauR 8 73-4    The CY's desperate confession

Albert Hartung    ChauR 12 77-8    Pars secunda & the development of CYT

P. B. Taylor    ES 60 79    CY's breath: emanations of a metaphor

Jackson Campbell    ChauR 17 82-3    CY as imperfect paradigm

Peter Brown    ES 64 83    Is CYT apocryphal?

Robert Schuler    Viator 15 84    Renaissance Ch. as alchemist

Jane Hilberry    ChauR 21 86-7    Technical Language in CYT

B. J. Harwood    PMLA 102 87    Ch and the silence of history: situating the CYT

Robert Cook    ChauR 22 87-8    CY & his tale

M. Calabrese    ChauR 27 92    CYT

L. Patterson    SAC 15 93    Alchemy and the technology of the self

James Landman    JMEMS 28 98    The laws of community, Margery Kempe and CYT

Mark Bruhn    ChauR 33 98-9    Art, anxiety, & alchemy in CYT

George Keiser    ChauR 35 00    Conclusion of CYT: readings and (mis)readings

Peggy Knapp    JMEMS 30 00    The work of alchemy


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J. B. Severs    JEGP 51 52    Is the MancT a success?

M. Donner    MLN 61 60    Ch `gentel' Man. & his `gentel' tale

Richard Hazelton    Spec. 35 60    Chaucer and Cato

Richard Hazelton    JEGP 62 63    MancT: Parody & Critique

B. J. Harwood    ChauR 6 71-2    Language and the Real: MancT.

J. Campbell    ChauR 7 72-3    Polonius among the Pilgrims

V. J. Scattergood    EC 24 74    The Manc's manner of speaking

J. C. Hirsh    ChauR 12 77-78    Politics of spirituality: SN & Manc.

R. D. Fulk    JEGP 78 79    Reinterpreting the MancT

Sheila Delany    ChauR 17 82-3    Epistle of James and MancT

F. N. M. Diekstra    Neoph. 67 83    Ch. Digressive mode & the moral of MancT

Leonard Koff    ChauR 19 84-5    Wordsworth & MancT

Wm. Askins    SAC 7 85    The historical setting of the MancT

Louise Fradenburg    ELH 52 85    The Manciple's servant tongue: politics & poetry in CT

D. C. Baker (ed.)    The Manc. T    Variorum 84

John McGavin    ChauR 21 86-7    How nasty is Phoebus's crow?

Peter Herman    ChauR 25 90-91    Treason in MancT

Michaela Grudin    ChauR 25 90-91    MancT & the poetics of guile

Marc Pelen    ChauR 25 90-91    Manc's cosyn to the deede

Celeste Patton    PQ 71 92    Sharp practice & the politics of language in MancT

W. Ginsberg    SAC 18 96    Irony, allegory and MancT

Charles Owen    MancT    Russell Peck F/S 97

Mel Storm    SP 96 99    Speech, circumspection and orthodontics in MancPT and WB's portrait

Michael Kensak    ChauR 34 99-00    The silences of pilgrimage: MancT, Paradiso and Anticlaudianus


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C. O. Chapman    MLN 1928    Parson's Tale as Sermon

H. G. Pfander    JEGP 1936    ParsT and preaching manuals

J. D. Gordon    Ch. Retraction: a review of opinion    In Studies in Med. Lit. in Honor of A. C. Baugh, ed. MacEdward Leach     Penn 61

S. Wenzel    Trad. 27 71    Source of remedia in ParsT

O. Sayce    MAE 40 71    Retraction: place in lit. trad.

D. Myers    Moyen Age 78 72    ParsT (in French)

J. Finlayson    ChauR 6 72    Satiric mode in ParsT

J. B. Allen    JMRS 3 73    Ironic reading of ParsT

S. Wenzel    Trad. 30 74    Source of 7 Deadly Sins

C. Kaske    Getting around the ParsT: Alternative to Allegory & Irony    In Chaucer at Albany (for R. H. Robbins) 75

Lee Patterson    Trad. 34 78    The ParsT and the Quitting of the CT

R. Delasanta    PMLA 93 78    Penance and poetry in CT

P. Ruggiers    Serious Ch. : Mel & ParsT    In Chaucerian Problems & Perspectives (Beichner F/S), ed. Vasta & Thundy    Notre Dame 79

D. Aers,    on Pard/Pars T, in Ch. Langland & Creative Imag.    80

S. Wenzel    ChauR 16 81-2    A note on the ParsT

Judith Shaw    Trad. 38 82    Corporeal & spiritual homicide, wrath & ParsT

P. Beekman Taylor    ES 64 83    Parson's amiable tongue

Laurie A. Finke    LSE 15 84    Parson's rhetoric & ending of CT

Thomas Bestul    Spec. 64 89    ParsT & the late med. trad. of religious meditation

Jane Cowgill    Patterns of feminine & masculine persuasion in Mel & ParsT    In

C. D. Benson & E. Robertson (eds.), Ch's religious tales 90

Peter Travis    Exemp. 3 91    Deconstructing the Retraction

C. A. Owen    MAE 63 94    What the MSS tell us about ParsT

A. Hartung    The Parson's Tale & Chaucer's penance    In R. Newhauser & J. Alford, Lit. & religion in late MA (Wenzel F/S)    MRTS 118. 94

Deborah Youngs    ChauR 34 99-00    Newly discovered fragment of ParsT [in Newton commonplace-book]


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