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Nature and Salvation in <i>Piers Plowman</i>. <i>Piers Plowman</i> Studies 6.

Nature and Salvation in Piers Plowman. Piers Plowman Studies 6.

The various definitions put forward of kynde wit may be admissible in particular contexts, yet the term may not be stable enough in WL’s mind to admit of one precise equivalent throughout the poem; indeed, one cannot even be sure at times if the term is used to denote a faculty or simply a body of knowledge. The concept of “naturalness” makes kynde wit.

Rev. Wendy Scase, N&Q ns 36 (1989): 366-67; A. V. C. Schmidt, YLS 3 (1989): 171-74; Mary J. Carruthers, Envoi 2 (1990): 169-72; P. M. Kean, RES 41 (1990): 384-85; Stephan Kohl, Anglia 108 (1990): 510-13; Edward Vasta, SAC 12 (1990): 341-43; Charlotte Brewer, MAE 62 (1993): 126-27.


Cambridge: D. S. Brewer; Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Wolfeboro, NH: Boydell & Brewer, 1988.


White, Hugh.