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For detailed information about the language of petitions in the late fourteenth century, specifically about the conventions of this mode of writing, see Gwilym Dodd, "Writing Wrongs: The Drafting of Supplications to the Crown in Later Fourteenth-Century England," forthcoming in Medium Aevum.
Chapman, 'The Shipman's Tale was Meant for the Shipman', Modern Language Notes, 71 (1956), 4-5; Murray Copland, 'The Shipman's Tale: Chaucer and Boccaccio', Medium Aevum, 35 (1966), 11-28, esp.
Jacobs, The Later Versions of Sir Degarre: A Study in Textual Degeneration, Medium AEvum Monographs, n.
2) Mary Claytoa, ~Delivering the Damned: A Motif in OE Homiletic Prose', Medium AEvum, lv (1986), 92-102; and Thomas D.
For an alternative reading of manliness in this scene, see Andrew Lynch, "'Manly Cowardyse': Thomas Hoccleve's Peace Strategy," Medium Aevum 73.
Rothwell, 'The Missing Link in English Etymology: Anglo-French', Medium Aevum, 60 (1991), 173-96, and 'The Legacy of Anglo-French: Faux-amis', Zeitschrift fur romanische Philologie, 109 (1993), 16-46.
Trounce's articles collectively entitled' "The English Tail-Rhyme Romances" in the three premiere volumes of Medium AEvum (1932-34) for an older but compelling indictment of the way in which Chaucer has been used "as a stick with which to beat the tail-rhyme romances.
Raynes, |AElfric and Ms Boulogne-sur-Mer 63', Medium AEvum, xxvi (1957), 65-73.
1, 'A Medieval "Library In Parvo"' (Medium Aevum, 47 (1978), 262-73), was one of the first intimations of a new interest in the codicological and contextual study of Middle English manuscripts.
Horrall, 'William Caxton's Biblical Translation', Medium AEvum, 53 (1985), 91-98; Norman Blake, 'Biblical Additions in Caxton's "Golden Legend" ', Traditio, 25 (1969), 231-47.
27) The Digressions in Beowulf, Medium AEvum Monographs 5 (Oxford: Blackwell, 1950), 15.