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Index of Articles by Subject

Medieval English and Germanic Literature


JEREMY, M. “Caxton and the ‘Synfulle Wretche.’” TR 4 (1946): 423–28.

MARIE, J. “The Cross in the Towneley Plays.” TR 5 (1947): 331–34.

KREUZER, J. R. “Thomas Brampton’s Metrical Paraphrase of the Seven Penitential Psalms: A Diplomatic Edition.” TR 7 (1949–51): 359–404.

BLOOMFIELD, M. W. “Beowulf and Christian Allegory: An Interpretation of Unferth.” TR 7 (1949–51): 410–15.

DONAHUE, C. “Beowulf, Ireland and the Natural Good.” TR 7 (1949–51): 263–78.

KELLOGG, A. L. “St. Augustine and the Parson’s Tale.” TR 8 (1952): 424–30.

BRADY, M. T. “The Pore Caitif: An Introductory Study.” TR 10 (1954): 529–48.

MAGOUN, F. P. “Chaucer’s Summary of Statius’ Thebaid II–XII.” TR 11 (1955): 409–20.

KELLOGG, A. L. “Note on Line 274 of the ‘Pearl.’” TR 12 (1956): 406–08. 

DENISE, M. “The Orchard of Syon: An Introduction.” TR 14 (1958): 269–94.

KELLOGG, A. L. “Langland and Two Scriptural Texts.” TR 14 (1958): 385–98.

KASKE, R. E. “Two Cruxes in ‘Pearl’: 596 and 609–10.” TR 15 (1959): 418–27.

HAZELTON, R. “Chaucer’s Parson’s Tales and the ‘Moralium dogma philosophorum.’” TR 16 (1960): 255–74.

PACE, G. B. “Physiognomy and Chaucer’s Summoner and Alisoun.” TR 18 (1962): 417–20.

RATHBORNE, I. E. “New Light on ‘Pearl’ 690.” TR 19 (1963): 467–68.

BATTS, M. S. “The Origins of Numerical Symbolism and Numerical Patterns in Medieval German Literature.” TR 20 (1964): 462–72.

QUINN, E. C. “The Quest of Seth, Solomon’s Ship and the Grail.” TR 21 (1965): 185–222.

GATCH, M. “Eschatology in the Anonymous Old English Homilies.” TR 21 (1965): 117–66.

DONAHUE, C. “Beowulf and Christian Tradition: A Reconsideration from a Celtic Stance.” TR 21 (1965): 55–116.

FLEMING, J. V. “The Dream of the Rood and Anglo-Saxon Monasticism.” TR 22 (1966): 43–72.

DAVIDSON, C. “The Unity of the Wakefield ‘Mactatio Abel.’” TR 23 (1967): 495–500.

WOOD, C. “Chaucer’s Man of Law as Interpreter.” TR 23 (1967): 149–90.

KASKE, R. E. “A Poem of the Cross in the Exeter Book: ‘Riddle 60’ and ‘The Husband’s Message.’” TR 23 (1967): 41–72.

BLENKER, L. “The Theological Structure of ‘Pearl.’” TR 24 (1968): 43–76.

PACE, G. B. “Gawain and Michaelmas.” TR 25 (1969): 404–10.

WITTIG, J. S. “‘Homiletic Fragment II’ and the Epistle to the Ephesians.” TR 25 (1969): 358–62.

ST-JACQUES, R. “The Liturgical Associations of Langland’s Samaritan.” TR 25 (1969): 217–30.

REGAN, C. A. “Patristic Psychology in the Old English ‘Vainglory’.” TR 26 (1970): 324–34.

HILL, T. D. “Sapiential Structure and Figural Narrative in the Old English ‘Elene.’” TR 27 (1971): 159–78.

WENZEL, S. “The Source of the ‘Remedia’ of the Parson’s Tale.” TR 27 (1971): 433–54.

WITTIG, J. S. “‘Piers Plowman’ B, Passus IX–XII: Elementa in the Design of the Inward Journey.” TR 28 (1972): 211–80.

VICKREY, J. F. “‘Exodus’ and the Battle in the Sea.” TR 28 (1972): 119–40.

REGAN, C. A. “Evangelicalism as the Informing Principle of Cynewulf’s ‘Elene.’” TR 29 (1973): 27–52.

WENZEL, S. “The Source of Chaucer’s Seven Deadly Sins.” TR 30 (1974): 351–78.

PRINGLE, I. “‘Judith’: The Homily and the Poem.” TR 31 (1975): 83–98.

VICKREY, J. F. “‘Exodus’ and the ‘Herba Humilis.’” TR 31 (1975): 25–54.

GROOS, A. “‘Amor and His Brother Cupid’: The ‘Two Loves’ in Heinrich von Veldeke’s ‘Eneit.’” TR 32 (1976): 239–56.

HALL, J. R. “The Oldest English Epic of Redemption: The Theological Unity of MS Junius 11.” TR 32 (1976): 185–208.

WALSH, M. M. “The Baptismal Flood in the Old English ‘Andreas’: Liturgical and Typological Depths.” TR 33 (1977): 137–58.

PATTERSON, L. W. “The Parson’s Tale and the Quitting of the Canterbury Tales.” TR 34 (1978): 331–80.

ADAMS, R. “The Nature of Need in Piers Plowman XX.” TR 34 (1978): 273–302.

HEFFERNAN, T. J. “Additional Evidence for a More Precise Date of the ‘South English Legendary.’” TR 35 (1979): 345–51.

BRADY, M. T. “Rolle’s Form of Living and The Pore Caitif.” TR 36 (1980): 426–35.

HILL, T. D. “The Evisceration of Bródir in Brennu-Njáls Saga.” TR 37 (1981): 437–44.

DUMVILLE, D. N. “Beowulf and the Celtic World: The Use of Evidence.” TR 37 (1981): 109–60.

SCATTERGOOD, V. J. “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the Sins of the Flesh.” TR 37 (1981): 347–72.

WHATLEY, G. “The Figure of Constantine the Great in Cynewulf’s Elene.” TR 37 (1981): 161–202.

BARRATT, A. “The Characters ‘Civil’ and ‘Theology’ in Piers Plowman.” TR 38 (1982): 352–64.

SHAW, J. “Corporeal and Spiritual Homicide, the Sin of Wrath, and the Parson’s Tale.” TR 38 (1982): 281–300.

MINNIS, A. “Affection and Imagination in The Cloud of Unknowing and Hilton’s Scale of Perfection.” TR 39 (1983): 323–66.

ADAMS, R. “Pier’s Pardon and Langland’s Semi-Pelagianism.” TR 39 (1983): 367–418.

BRADY, M. T. “Rolle and the Pattern of Tracts in The Pore Caitif.” TR 39 (1983): 456–65.

WACK, M. F. “Wolfram’s Dawn Song ‘Sîne klâwen.’” TR 40 (1984): 235–50.

PULSIANO, P. “The Latin and Old English Glosses in the Blickling and Regius Psalters.” TR 41 (1985): 79–116.

BURCHMORE, S. “Traditional Exegesis and the Question of Guilt in the Old English Genesis B 117.” TR 41 (1985): 117–44.

LEES, C. A. “Theme and Echo in an Anonymous Old English Homily for Easter.” TR 42 (1986): 115–42.

HARRIS, J. “Deor and Its Refrain: Preliminaries to an Interpretation.” TR 43 (1987): 23–54.

FINLAYSON, J. Alliterative Narrative Poetry: The Control of the Medium.” TR 44 (1988): 419–52.

McDOUGALL, D. “‘Pseudo-Augustinian’ Passages in Jons saga baptista 2 and the Fourth Grammatical Treatise.” TR 44 (1988): 463–83.

BRADY, M. T. “Lollard Sources of The Pore Caitif.” TR 44 (1988): 389–418.

HILL, T. D. “The ‘Variegated Obit’ as an Historiographic Motif in Old English Poetry and Anglo-Latin Historical Literature.” TR 44 (1988): 101–24.

BIGGS, F. M. “The Fourfold Division of Souls: The Old English Christ 111 and the Insular Homiletic Tradition.” TR 45 (1989): 35–52.

OVERSTREET, S. A. “Langland’s Elusive Plowman.” TR 45 (1989): 257–341.

GARDINER-SCOTT, T. “The Missing Link: An Edition of the Middle English Ypotis from York Minster MS XVI.L.12.” TR 46 (1991): 235–60.

CARLSON, P. J. “Lady Meed and God’s Meed: The Grammar of Piers Plowman B 3 and C 4.” TR 46 (1991): 291–311.

TAYLOR, P. B., with S. BORDIER. “Chaucer and the Latin Muses.” TR 47 (1992): 215–32.

TKACZ, C. “Christian Formulas in Old English Literature.” TR 48 (1993): 31–61.

GALLOWAY, A. “A Fifteenth-Century Confession Sermon on ‘Unkyndeness’ (CUL MS Gg 6.26) and Its Literary Parallels and Parodies.” TR 49 (1994): 259–69.

KIM, M. “The Politics of Consuming Worldly Goods: Negotiating Christian Discipline and Feudal Power in Piers Plowman.” TR 59 (2004): 339–68.

FURNISH, S. “Thematic Structure and Symbolic Motif in the Middle English Breton Lays.” TR 62 (2007): 83–118.

MOREY, J. “Chaucer, the ‘corones tweyne,’ and the Eve of Saint Agnes.” TR 62 (2007): 119–33.

GWARA, S.  “The Foreign Beowulf and the ‘Fight at Finnsburg.’”  TR 63 (2008): 185–233.


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