Journal Yearbook of Langland Studies, vol. 34

Yearbook of Langland Studies 34 (2020)

  • Pages: 272 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:11 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2021

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58768-4
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    List of Figures


    Soulmaking in Piers Plowman— ELIZABETH ROBERTSON

    Langland and Wales: Place, Identity, Borders— HELEN PHILLIPS

    Community, Charity, and Penetration: Langland’s Queer Ecclesiology— JAMIE K. TAYLOR

    Personification, Action, and Economic Power in Piers Plowman— WILL RHODES

    Convergent Variation and the Production of Piers Plowman— LAWRENCE WARNER

    Teaching Reflection

    Langland, Milton, and the Weird Trees: Teaching and Learning through Piers Plowman and Paradise Lost—  SARAH TOLMIE


    ‘Grace is a gras’: Theological Uses of Metaphor in Piers Plowman— JENNIFER K. SISK

    Contact between Piers Plowman and The Prick of Conscience in Rawlinson poetry 139— THOMAS KITTEL


    Historians on John Gower (ed. by Stephen H. Rigby, with Siân Echard)—  STEPHANIE L. BATKIE

    Richard Rolle’s Melody of Love: A Study and Translation with Manuscript and Musical Contexts (by Andrew Albin)— TIMOTHY L. GLOVER

    The Penn Commentary on ‘Piers Plowman’: Volume 2: C Passūs 5–9; B Passūs 5–7; A Passūs 5–8 (by Ralph Hanna)—KATHRYN KERBY-FULTON

    The Politics of Middle English Parables: Fiction, Theology, and Social Practice (by Mary Raschko)— LARRY SCANLON

    Approaches to Teaching Langland’s ‘Piers Plowman’ (ed. by Thomas A. Goodmann)— JENNIFER L. SISK

    Imagined Romes: The Ancient City and its Stories in Middle English Poetry (by C. David Benson)— ZACHARY STONE

    Piers Plowman’ and the Reinvention of Church Law in the Late Middle Ages (by Arvind Thomas)— JAMIE K. TAYLOR

    Annual Bibliography, 2019—CHASE PADUSNIAK