YLS Volume 29 (2015)

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The Yearbook of Langland Studies Volume 29 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Tekla Bude, “Panis Angelorum: Rollean Canor and Piers Plowman” (3-23)

R. James Goldstein“Ve vobis qui ridetis (Lk 6.25): Laughter in Piers Plowman” (25-60)

Paul Megna, “Dread, Love, and the Bodies of Piers Plowman A.10, B.9, and C.10″ (61-88)

Rosemary O’Neill, “Counting Sheep in the C Text of Piers Plowman” (89-116)

Sarah Wood, “Confession and compilation: The Seven Deadly Sins in Huntington Library, MS HM 114” (117-49)

Eric Weiskott, “Alliterative Meter and the Textual Criticism of the Gawain Group” (151-75)



Makers and Users of Medieval Books: Essays in Honour of A.S.G. Edwards, ed. by Carol M. Meale and Derek Pearsall (Megan L. Cook)

Learning to Die in London, 1380­­-1540, by Amy Appleford (Lisa H. Cooper)

Feeling Like Saints: Lollard Writings after Wyclif, by Fiona Somerset (Shannon Gayk)

The Works of the Gawain Poet: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, ed. by Ad Putter and Myra Stokes (Simon Horobin)

Piers Plowman: A Modern Verse Translation, by Peter Sutton (Stephen Kelly)

Chaucer, Langland, and Fourteenth-Century Literary History, by Anne Middleton (ed. by Steven Justice) (Robert Meyer-Lee)

The Myth of ‘Piers Plowman’Constructing a Medieval Literary Archive, by Lawrence Warner (Ryan Perry)

The Cambridge Companion to ‘Piers Plowman’, ed. by Andrew Cole and Andrew Galloway (Ellen K. Rentz)

‘Truthe Is the beste’: A Festschrift in Honour of A.V.C. Schmidt, ed. by Nicolas Jacobs and Gerald Morgan (M. Teresa Tavormina)

From Lawmen to Plowmen: Anglo-Saxon Legal Tradition and the School of Langland, by Stephen M. Yeager (Jamie K. Taylor)

Fictions of Evidence: Witnessing, Literature and Community in the Late Middle Ages, by Jamie K. Taylor (Katie L. Walter)


Annual Bibliography, 2014 (Alastair Bennett)