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YLS Volume 24 (2010)

YLS Volume 24 (2010)


(ISBN 978-2-503-53274-5)


After George Kane: The Text, Manuscripts, and Meanings of Piers Plowman

Ralph Hanna, “George Kane and the Invention of Textual Thought: Retrospect and Prospect”     1

Derek Pearsall, “Editing the C Text: The Athlone Press Edition of 1997 ”     21

Timothy L. Stinson, “Makeres of the Mind: Authorial Intention, Editorial Practice, and The Siege of Jerusalem ”     39

Carl James Grindley “The A-Version Ancestor of BmBoCot”     63

Simon Horobin, “The Scribe of Bodleian Library, MS Digby 102 and the Circulation of the C Text ofPiers Plowman”    89

Anne Middleton, “Commentary on an Unacknowledged Text: Chaucer’s Debt to Langland”     113

Arvind Thomas, “The Subject of Canon Law: Confessing Covetise in Pies Plowman”     139

Ryan McDermott, “‘Beatus qui verba vertit in opera’: Langland’s Ethical Invention and the Tropological Sense”     169



David Aers, Sanctifying Signs: Making Christian Tradition in Late Medieval England and Salvation and Sin: Augustine, Langland, and Fourteenth-Century Theology (James Simpson)     205

Andrew Cole, Literature and Heresy in the Age of Chaucer (Mishtoni Bose )     208

Mary Clemente Davlin, A Journey into Love: Meditating with the Medieval Poem “Piers Plowman” (Vincent Gillespie)     212

Masha Raskolnikov, Body Against Soul: Gender and “Sowlehele” in Middle English Allegory (Nicolette Zeeman)     215

Nicole Rice, Lay Piety and Religious Disclipline in Middle English Literature (Amy Appleford)     219

A. V. C. Schmidt, ed., William Langland, Piers Plowman: A Parallel-Text Edition of the A, B, C, and Z Versions, II: Introduction, Textual Notes, Commentary, Bibliography and Indexical Glossary (Andrew Galloway)     223


David Adams, Andrew Cole, Fiona Somerset, and Lawrence Warner, Annual Bibliography, 2009     23