Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales
Bibliography ©Harriet Alexander

General
General Prologue
Canon's Yeoman's Tale
Clerk's Tale
Cook's Tale
Franklin's Tale
Friar's Tale
Knight' s Tale
Man of Law's Tale
Manciple's Tale
Merchant's Tale
Miller's Tale
Monk's Tale
Nun's Priest's Tale
Pardoner's Tale
Parson's Tale
Physician's Tale
Plowman's Tale
Prioress' Tale
Reeve's Tale
Retraction
Second Nun's Tale
Shipman's Tale
Squire's Tale
Summoner's Tale
Tale of Melibee
Tale of Sir Thopas
Wife of Bath's Tale
 

General

1976-1981 | 1982-1984 | 1985 | 1986-1987 | 1988-1991 | 1992-1993 | 1994-1997 | 1998-2001

1976-1981

Harrington, Norman T. "Experience, Art, and the Framing of the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 10

 (1976): 187-200. (Bound)

Johnson, Judith A. "Ye and Thou among the Canterbury Pilgrims." Michigan Academician 10 (1977):
71-76. (Q11 .M56 v.10 Main)

Dean, James. "The Ending of the Canterbury Tales, 1952-1976." Texas Studies in Literature and
Language 21 (1979): 17-33. (Bound)

Blake, N. F. "Critics, Criticism and the Order of The Canterbury Tales." Archiv fur das Studium der
Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 218.1 (1981): 47-58. (Bound)

Friendman, John Block. "Another Look at Chaucer and the Physiognomists." Studies in Philology 78.2
(Spring 1981): 138-152. (Bound)

Green, Richard Firth. "Arcite at Court." English Language Notes 18.4 (June 1981): 251-257. (Bound)
Merlo, Carolyn. "Chaucer's 'Broun' and Medieval Color Symbolism." CLA Journal 25.2 (December
1981): 225-226. (Bound)

Orme, Nicholas. "Chaucer and Education." Chaucer Review 16.1 (Summer 1981): 38-59. (Bound)
Owen, Charles A., Jr. "A Certen Nombre of Conclusions: The Nature and Nurture of Children in
Chaucer." Chaucer Review 16.1 (Summer 1981): 60-75. (Bound)

Schricker, Gale C. "On the Relation of Fact and Fiction in Chaucer's Poetic Endings." Philological
Quarterly 60.1 (Winter 1981): 13-27. (Bound)


1982-1984

Leitch, L. M. "Sentence and Solaas: The Function of the Hosts in The Canterbury Tales." Chaucer

Review 17.1 (Summer 1982): 5-20. (Bound)

Wurtele, Douglas. "Some Uses of Physiognomical Lore in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review
17.2 (Fall 1982): 130-141. (Bound)

Bishop, Ian. "Chaucer and the Rhetoric of Consolation." Medium Aevum 52.1 (1983): 38-50. (Bound)
Bowers, John M. "The Tale of Beryn and The Siege of Thebes: Alternative Ideas of The Canterbury
Tales." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7 (1985): 23-50. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Lenaghan, R. T. "Chaucer's Circle of Gentlemen and Clerks." Chaucer Review 18.2 (1983): 155-160.
 (Bound)

Shaw, Judith. "Wrath in the Canterbury Pilgrims." English Language Notes 21.3 (March 1984): 7-10.
(Bound)

Yeager, R. F. "Aspects of Gluttony in Chaucer and Gower." Studies in Philology 81.1 (Winter 1984):
42-55. (Bound)



1985

Dean, James. "Dismantling the Canterbury Book." PMLA 100.5 (October 1985): 746-762. (Bound)
Jordan, Robert M. "Vision, Pilgrimage and Rhetorical Composition." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7

(1985): 195-200. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Lindahl, Carl. "The Festive Form of The Canterbury Tales." ELH 52.3 (Fall 1985): 531-74. (Microforms,
Jstor)

Mandel, Jerome. "Courtly Love in the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 19.4 (1985): 277-289.
(Bound)

McGerr, Rosemarie Potz. "Retraction and Memory: Retrospective Structure in The Canterbury Tales."
Comparative Literature 37.2 (Spring 1985): 97-113. (Bound)

Olson, Glending. "Rhetorical Circumstances and the Canterbury Story Telling." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 7 (1985): 211-218. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Sheehan, Michael M. "The Wife of Bath and Her Four Sisters: Reflections on a Woman's Lie in the Age of
Chaucer." Medievalia et Humanistica 13 (1985): 23-42. (D111 .M49x no. 13 Main)

Smallwood, T. M. "Chaucer's Distinctive Digressions." Studies in Philology 82.4 (Fall 1985): 437-449.
(Bound)



1986-1987

Boucher, Holly Wallace. "Nominalism: The Difference for Chaucer and Boccaccio." Chaucer Review

20.3 (1986): 213-20. (Bound)

Ganim, John M. "Bakhtin, Chaucer, Carnival, Lent." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986): 59-71.
(PR1901 .S88 v.2 Main)

Knapp, Peggy A. "Deconstructing The Canterbury Tales: Pro." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986):
73-81. (PR1901 .S88 v. 2 Main)

Lawler, Traugott. "Deconstructing The Canterbury Tales: Con." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986):
83-91. (PR1901 .S88 v. 2 Main)

Schuman, Samuel. "The Link Mechanism in the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 20.3 (1986):
200-206. (Bound)

Andrew, Malcolm. "Alison and the Swallow." Archiv fur das Studium der Neueren und Literaturen
224.2 (1987): 355-357. (Bound)

Calin, William. "Machaut's Legacy: The Chaucerian Inheritance Reconsidered." Studies in the Literary
Imagination 20.1 (Spring 1987): 9-22. (Bound)

Lawton, David. "Chaucer's Two Ways: The Pilgrimage Frame of the Canterbury Tales." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 9 (1987): 3-40. (PR1901 .S88 v. 9 Main)

Rogers, Philip. "Reading and Re-Reading Canterbury Tales." Queen's Quarterly 94.1 (Spring 1987):
72-79. (Bound)


1988-1991

Green, Richard Firth. "Chaucer's Victimized Women." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 10 (1988): 3-21.

(PR1901 .S88 v. 10 Main)

Sleeth, Charles R. "'My Dames Loore' in The Canterbury Tales." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 89.2
(1988): 174-184. (Bound)

Georgiana, Linda. "Love So Dearly Bought: The Terms of Redemption in The Canterbury Tales." Studies
in the Age of Chaucer 12 (1990): 85-116. (PR1901 .S88 v. 12 Main)

Swanson, Robert N. "Chaucer's Parson and Other Priests." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 13 (1991):
41-80. (PR1901 .S88 v. 13 Main)

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "The Uncourteous Knights of the Canterbury Tales." English Studies 72.3 (June
1991): 209-18. (Bound)


1992-1993

Ellis, Roger. "Persona and Voice: Plain Speaking in Three Canterbury Tales." Bulletin of the John

Rylands University Library of Manchester 74.1 (Spring 1992): 121-39. (Bound)

Goodall, Peter. "Being Alone in Chaucer." Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992): 1-15. (Bound)
Gruden, Michaela Paasche. "Discourse and the Problem of Closure in the Canterbury Tales." PMLA
107.5 (October 1992): 1157-67. (Bound)

Martindale, Wright, Jr. "Chaucer's Merchants: A Trade-Based Speculation on the Activities." Chaucer
Review 26.3 (1992): 309-16. (Bound)

Weisberg, David. "Telling Stories about Constance: Framing and Narrative Strategy in the Canterbury
Tales." Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992): 25-64. (Bound)

Kelly, H. Ansgar. "Sacraments, Sacramentals, and Lay Piety in Chaucer's England." Chaucer Review 28.1
(Summer 1993): 5-22. (Bound)

Lionarons, Joyce Tally. "Magic, Machines, and Deception: Technology in the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer
Review 27.4 (1993): 377-86. (Bound)

Petty, George R., Jr. "Power, Deceit, and Misinterpretation: Uncooperative Speech in the Canterbury
Tales." Chaucer Review 27.4 (1993): 413-23. (Bound)


1994-1997

Despres, Denise L. "Cultic Anti-Judaism and Chaucer's litel clergeon." Modern Philology 91.4 (May

1994): 413-427. (Bound)

Eisner, Sigmund. "The Ram Revisited: A Canterbury Conundrum." Chaucer Review 28.4 (1994): 330-43.
(Bound)

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Chaucer's Names: Nomina Sunt Consquentia Rerum." Neuphilologische
Mitteilungen 95.2 (1994): 243-47. (Bound)

Heinrichs, Katherine. "Tropological Woman in Chaucer: Literary Elaborations of an Exegetical Tradition."
English Studies 76.3 (May 1995): 209-14. (Bound)

Jacobs, Kathryn. "Rewriting the Marital Contract: Adultery in the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review
29.4 (1995): 337-47. (Bound)

Taavitsainen, Irma. "Narrative Patterns of Affect in Four Genres of the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer
Review 30.2 (1995): 191-210. (Bound)

McIlhaney, Anne E. "Sentence and Judgment: The Role of the Fiend in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales."
Chaucer Review 31.2 (1996): 173-83. (Bound)

Phillips, Betty S. "Chaucer's Voices." CLA Journal 41.1 (September 1997 ): 93-103. (Bound)
Travis, Peter W. "Chaucer's Heliotropes and the Poetics of Metaphor." Speculum 72.2 (April 1997):
399-419. (Bound)


1998-2001

Barbrook, Adrian C., Christopher J. Howe, Norman Blake, and Peter Robinson. "The Phylogeny of the

Canterbury Tales." Nature 394 (27 August 1998): 839. (Bound)

Gastle, Brian W. "Chaucer's 'Shaply' Guildsmen and Mercantile Pretensions." Neuphilologische
Mitteilungen 99.2 (1998): 211-16. (Bound)

Horobin, S. C. P. "The 'Hooked g' Scribe and His Work on Three Manuscripts of the Canterbury Tales."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 99.4 (1998): 411-417. (Bound)

Somerset, Fiona. "'Mark Him Wel for He Is on of Tho': Training the 'Lewed' Gaze to Discern Hypocrisy."
ELH 68.2 (Summer 2001): 315-34. (Microforms)


General Prologue

1977-1980 | 1981-1984 | 1985-1988 | 1989-1995 | 1998-2000

1977-1980

Bowles, Patrick. "Chaucer's General Prologue, 133-136." Explicator 35.3 (1977): 5-6. (Microforms)
Morgan, Gerald. "The Universality of the Portraits in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales."

English
Studies 58 (1977): 481-93. (Bound)

Brumble, H. David, III. "Chaucer's General Prologue: Canterbury Tales." Explicator 37.1 (1978): 45.
(Microforms)

Keenan, Hugh T. "The General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales, Lines 345-346: The Franklin's Feast and
Eucharistic Shadows." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 79 (1978): 36-40. (Bound)

Martin, Loy D. "History and Form in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales." ELH 45 (1978):
1-17. (Microforms, Jstor)

Morgan, Gerald. "The Design of the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales." English Studies 59
(1978): 481-98. (Bound)

Delasanta, Rodney. "Chaucer's General Prologue." Explicator 38.3 (1980): 39-40. (Microforms)
Leicester, H. Marshall, Jr. "The Art of Impersonation: A General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales."
PMLA 95 (1980): 213-24. (Bound)

Spraycar, Rudy S. "The Prologue to the 'General Prologue': Chaucer's Statement about Nature in the
Opening Lines of the Canterbury Tales." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 81 (1980): 142-149.
(Bound)


1981-1984

Morgan, Gerald. "Rhetorical Perspectives in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales." English

Studies 62.5 (October 1981): 411-422. (Bound)

Brosnahan, Leger. "The Authenticity of And Preestes Thre." Chaucer Review 16.4 (Spring 1982):
293-310. (Bound)

Higgs, Elton D. "The Old Order and the 'Newe World' in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales."
Huntington Library Quarterly 45.2 (Spring 1982): 155-173. (Bound)

Rex, Richard. "'Spiced Conscience' in the Canterbury Tales." Modern Philology 80.1 (August 1982):
53-54. (Bound)

Taylor, Paul B. "The Alchemy of Spring in Chaucer's General Prologue." Chaucer Review 17.1 (Summer
1982): 1-4. (Bound)

Eberle, Patricia J. "Commercial Language and the Commercial Outlook in the General Prologue."
Chaucer Review 18.2 (1983): 161-74. (Bound)

Saul, Nigel. "The Social Status of Chaucer's Franklin: A Reconsideration." Medium Aevum 52.1 (1983):
10-26. (Bound)

Andrew, Malcolm. "Chaucer's 'General Prologue' to The Canterbury Tales." Explicator 43.1 (Fall 1984):
5-6. (Microforms)


1985-1988

McColly, William B. "Chaucer's Yeoman and the Rank of His Knight." Chaucer Review 20.1 (1985):

14-27. (Bound)

Orton, P. R. "Chaucer's General Prologue, 673 Burdoun and Some Sixteenth-Century Puns." English
Language Notes 23.1 (September 1985): 3-4. (Bound)

Besserman, Lawrence. "Girdles, Belts, and Cords: A Leitmotif in Chaucer's General Prologue." Papers on
Language and Literature 22.3 (Summer 1986): 322-325. (Bound)

Braswell, Laurel. "The Moon and Medicine in Chaucer's Time." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 8 (1986):
145-56. (PR1901 .S88 v. 8 Main)

Ginsberg, Warren. "'This Worthy Lymytour Was Cleped Huberd': A Note on the Friar's Name." Chaucer
Review 21.1 (1986): 53-57. (Bound)

Gilliam, Doreen M. E. "Chaucer's Canterbury Mare." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 88.2 (1987):
192-99. (Bound)

Pratt, John H. "Was Chaucer's Knight Really a Mercenary?" Chaucer Review 22.1 (1987): 8-27. (Bound)
Harwood, Britton J. "The 'Fraternitee' of Chaucer's Guildsmen." Review of English Studies 39 (August
1988): 413-17. (Bound)

Renn, George A., III. "Chaucer's 'Prologue.'" Explicator 46.3 (Spring 1988): 4-7. (Microforms)

1989-1995

Andrew, Malcolm. "Context and Judgment in the General Prologue." Chaucer Review 23.4 (1989):

316-337. (Bound)

Fredell, Joel. "Late Gothic Portraiture: The Prioress and Philippa." Chaucer Review 23.3 (1989):
181-191. (Bound)

Hodges, Laura F. "A Reconsideration of the Monk's Costume." Chaucer Review 26.2 (1991): 133-146.
(Bound)

Loney, Douglas. "Chaucer's Prioress and Agur's 'Adulterous Woman'." Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992):
107-8. (Bound)

Hirsh, John C. "General Prologue 526: 'A Spiced Conscience.'" Chaucer Review 28.4 (1994): 414-17.
(Bound)

Whitaker, Elaine E. "John of Arderne and Chaucer's Physician." American Notes and Queries 8.1
(Winter 1995): 3-8. (Bound)


1998-2000

Hardwick, Paul. "Chaucer: The Poet as Ploughman." Chaucer Review 33.2 (1998): 146-156. (Bound)
Purdon, Liam O. and Julian N. Wasserman. "The Franklin, Food, and the Freemen of York." Chaucer

Review 33.1 (1998): 112-15. (Bound)

Wilcockson, Colin. "The Opening of Chaucer's General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales: A Diptych."
Review of English Studies 50 (August 1999): 345-50. (Bound)

Blamires, Alcuin. "Chaucer the Reactionary-Ideology and the General Prologue to the 'Canterbury Tales'."
Review of English Studies 51 (November 2000): 523-39. (Bound)

Canon's Yeoman's Tale

1977-1987 | 1992-2000

1977-1987

Hartung, Albert A. "'Pars Secunda' and the Development of the Canon's Yeoman's Tale." Chaucer Review

12 (1977): 111-128. (Bound)

Taylor, Paul B. "The Canon's Yeoman's Breath: Emanations of a Metaphor." English Studies 60 (1979):
380-88. (Bound)

Felsen, Karl E. "Chaucer's 'Canon's Yeoman's Tale'." Explicator 41.1 (Fall 1982): 2. (Microforms)
Hallissy, Margaret. "Poison and Infection in Chaucer's Knight's and Canon's Yeoman's Tale." Essays in
Arts and Sciences 10.1 (May 1981): 31-40. (AS36 .N34515 Main)

Campbell, Jackson J. "The Canon's Yeoman as Imperfect Paradigm." Chaucer Review 17.2 (Fall 1983):
171-181. (Bound)

Dickson, Donald R. "The 'Slidynge' Yeoman: The Real Drama in the Canon's Yeoman's Tale." South
Central Review 2.2 (Summer 1985): 10-22. (Bound)

McColly, William B. "Chaucer's Yeoman and the Rank of His Knight." Chaucer Review 20.1 (1985):
14-27. (Bound)

Cook, Robert. "The Canon's Yeoman and His Tale." Chaucer Review 22.1 (1987): 28-40. (Bound)
Hilberry, Jane. "'And in Oure Madnesse Everemore We Rave': Technical Language in the Canon's
Yeoman's Tale." Chaucer Review 21.4 (1987): 435-443. (Bound)


1992-2000

Longsworth, Robert M. "Privileged Knowledge: St. Cecilia and the Alchemist in the Canterbury Tales."

Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992): 87-96. (Bound)

Calabrese, Michael A. "Meretricious Mixtures: Gold, Dung, and the Canon's Yeoman's Prologue and
Tale." Chaucer Review 27.3 (1993): 277-292. (Bound)

Beidler, Peter G. "William Cartwright, Washington Irving, and the 'Truth': A Shadow Allusion to
Chaucer's Cannon's Yeoman's Tale." Chaucer Review 29.4 (1995): 434-39. (Bound)

Cowgill, Bruce Kent. "Sweetness and Sweat: The Extraordinary Emanations in Fragment Eight of the
Canterbury Tales." Philological Quarterly 74 (Fall 1995): 343-57. (Bound, Expanded Academic Index)

Landman, James H. "The Laws of Community, Margery Kempe, and the 'Canon's Yeoman's Tale'."
Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 28.2 (Spring 1998): 389-425. (Bound)

Bruhn, Mark J. "Art, Anxiety, and Alchemy in the Canon's Yeoman's Tale." Chaucer Review 33.3
(1999): 288-315. (Unbound)

Keiser, George R. "The Conclusion of the Canon's Yeoman's Tale: Readings and (Mis)readings." Chaucer
Review 35.1 (2000): 1-21. (Unbound)

Knapp, Peggy A. "The Work of Alchemy." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 30.3 (Fall
2000): 575-99. (Bound)

Clerk's Tale

1977-1981 | 1983-1985 | 1986-1989 | 1990-1995 | 1997-2000

1977-1981

Dean, James. Time Past and Time Present in Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale and Gower's Confessio Amantis."

ELH 44 (1977): 401-18. (Microforms, Jstor)

Levy, Bernard S. "Gentilesse in Chaucer's Clerk's and Merchant's Tales." Chaucer Review 11 (1977):
306-18. (Bound)

Long, Charles. "The Clerk's Secret Shame: He Is Jankyn." Interpretations 9 (1977): 22-33.
(Bound)

Pearlman, E. "The Psychological Basis of The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 11 (1977): 248-57. (Bound)

Steinmetz, David C. "Late Medieval Nominalism and The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1977):
33-54. (Bound)

Ginsberg, Warren. "'And Speketh so Pleyn': The Clerk's Tale and Its Teller." Criticism 20 (1978): 307-23.
(Bound)

Gilmartrin, Kristine. "Array in The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 13 (1979): 234-46. (Bound)
Bornstein, Diane. "An Analogue to Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 15.4 (Spring 1981):
322-331. (Bound)


1983-1985

Bestul, Thomas H. "True and False Cheer in Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale." Journal of English and

Germanic Philology 82.4 (October 1983): 500-514. (Bound)

Carruthers, Mary J. "The Lady, the Swineherd, and Chaucer's Clerk." Chaucer Review 17.3 (1983): 221-
234. (Bound)

Heffernan, Carol Falvo. "Tyranny and Commune Profit in The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 17.4
(Spring 1983): 332-340. (Bound)

Mann, Jill. "Satisfaction and Payment in Middle English Literature." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 5
(1983): 17-48. (PR1901 .S88 v.5 Main)

Bassil, Veronica. "The Faces of Griselda: Chaucer, Prior, and Richardson." Texas Studies in Literature
and Language 26.2 (Summer 1984): 157-182. (Bound)

Condren, Edward I. "The Canterbury Tales of Man Tempting God." Criticism 26.2 (Spring 1984): 99-114
. (Bound)

Knapp, Peggy A. "Knowing the Tropes: Literary Exegesis and Chaucer's Clerk." Criticism 27.4 (Fall
1985): 331-345. (Bound)

Manning, Stephen. "The Paradox of Narrative Styles in Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale." Journal of Narrative
Technique 15.1 (Winter 1985): 29-41. (Bound)

Morse, Charlotte C. "The Exemplary Griselda." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7 (1985): 51-86.
(PR1901 .S88 v.7 Main)


1986-1989

Alford, John A. "The Wife of Bath versus the Clerk of Oxford: What Their Rivalry Means." Chaucer

Review 21.2 (1986): 108-32. (Bound)

Benson, C. David. "Varieties of Religious Poetry in The Canterbury Tales: The Man of Law's Tale and
The Clerk's Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986): 159-167. (PR1901 .S88 v.2 Main)

Green, Donald C. "The Semantics of Power: Maistrie and Soveraynetee in The Canterbury Tales."
Modern Philology 84.1 (August 1986): 18-23. (Bound)

Ganim, John M. "Carnival Voices and the Envoy to the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 22.2 (1987):
112-127. (Bound)

Lynch, Kathryn L. "Despoiling Griselda: Chaucer's Walter and the Problem of Knowledge in The Clerk's
Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 10 (1988): 41-70. (PR1901 .S88 v.10 Main)

Van, Thomas A. "Walter at the Stake: A Reading of Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 22.3
(1988): 214-224. (Bound)

Farrell, Thomas J. "The Style of The Clerk's Tale and the Functions of Its Glosses." Studies in Philology
86.3 (Summer 1989): 286-309. (Bound)

Grudin, Michaela Paasche. "Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale as Political Paradox.' Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 11 (1989): 63-92. (PR1901 .S88 v. 11 Main)

Wentersdorf, Karl P. "Chaucer's Clerk of Oxenford as Rhetorician." Mediaeval Studies 51 (1989):
313-28. (D111 .M44 v. 51 1989 Main)


1990-1995

Cramer, Patricia. "Lordship, Bondage, and the Erotic: The Psychological Bases of Chaucer's 'The Clerk's

Tale'." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89.4 (October 1990): 491-511. (Bound)

Farrell, Thomas J. "The 'Envoy de Chaucer' and The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 24.4 (1990):
329-36. (Bound)

Edden, Valerie. "Sacred and Secular in The Clerk's Tale." Chaucer Review 26 (1992): 369-76.
(Bound)

Finnegan, Robert Emmett. "'She Should Have Said No to Walter': Griselda's Promise in The Canterbury
Tales." English Studies 75.4 (July 1994): 303-21. (Bound)

Chickering, Howell. "Form and Interpretation in the Envoy to the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review
29.4 (1995): 352-72. (Bound)

Georgianna, Linda. "The Clerk's Tale and the Grammar of Assent." Speculum 70.4 (October 1995):
793-821. (Jstor)


1997-2000

Delasanta, Rodney. "Nominalism and The Clerk's Tale Revisited." Chaucer Review 31.3 (1997): 209-31.

(Bound)

Stanbury, Sarah. "Regimes of the Visual in Premodern England: Gaze, Boyd, and Chaucer's The Clerk's
Tale." New Literary History 28 (Spring 1997): 261-289. (Bound)

Aers, David. "Faith, Ethics, and Community: Reflections on Reading Late Medieval English Writing."
Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 28.2 (Spring 1998): 341-69. (Bound)

McKinley, Kathryn L. "The Clerk's Tale: Hagiography and the Problematics of Lay Sanctity."
Chaucer Review 33.1 (1998): 90-111. (Bound)

Finlayson, John. "Petrarch, Boccaccio, and Chaucer's The Clerk's Tale." Studies in Philology 97.3
(Summer 2000): 255-275. (Bound)

Waugh, Robin. "A Woman in the Mind's Eye (and not): Narrators and Gazs in Chaucer's Clerk's Tale and
in Two Analogues." Philological Quarterly 79.1 (Winter 2000): 1-18. (Unbound)

Cook's Tale

Scattergood, V. J. "Perkyn Revelour and the Cook's Tale." Chaucer Review 19.1 (1984): 14-23.
(Bound)

Pearcy, Roy J. "Chaucer's Cook's Prologue, I. 4326." Explicator 45.3 (Spring 1987): 3-4. (Microforms)
Seymour, M. C. "'Of This Cokes Tale'." Chaucer Review 24.3 (1990): 259-62. (Bound)
Boyd, David Lorenzo. "Social Texts: Bodley 686 and the Politics of the Cook's Tale." Huntington
Library Quarterly 58.1 (1996): 81-97. (Bound)

Woods, William F. "Society and Nature in the Cook's Tale." Papers on Language and Literature 32.2
(Spring 1996): 189-205. (Bound)

Franklin's Tale

1977-1982 | 1983-1984 | 1985-1990 | 1991-1995 | 1996-2001

1977-1982

Bachman, W. Bryant, Jr. "'To maken Illusioun': The Philosophy of Magic and the Magic of Philosophy in

the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1977): 55-67. (Bound)

Morgan, Gerald. "A Defence of Dorigen's Complaint." Medium Aevum 46 (1977): 77-97. (Bound)
Frazier, J. Terry. "The Digression on Marriage in The Franklin's Tale." South Atlantic Bulletin 43.1
(1978): 75-85. (Bound)

Luengo, Anthony E. "Magic and Illusion in The Franklin's Tale." Journal of English and Germanic
Philology 77 (1978): 1-16.(Bound)

Reisner, Thomas A. and Mary Ellen Reisner. "A British Analogue for the Rock-Motif in the Franklin's
Tale." Studies in Philology 76 (1979): 1-12. (Bound)

Rosenberg, Bruce A. "The Bari Widow and the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 14 (1980): 344-52.
(Bound)

Carruthers, Mary J. "The Gentilesse of Chaucer's Franklin." Criticism 23.4 (Fall 1981): 283-300. (Bound)
Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Aurelius' Quest for Grace: Sexuality and the Marriage Debate in the Franklin's
Tale." CEA Critic 45.1 (November 1982): 16-21. (Microforms)


1983-1984

Hamel, Mary. "The Franklin's Tale and Chretien de Troyes." Chaucer Review 17.4 (Spring 1983):

316-331. (Bound)

Hillman, Richard. "Chaucer's Franklin's Magician and the Tempest: An Influence Beyond Appearances?"
Shakespeare Quarterly 34.4 (Winter 1983): 426-432. (Bound, Jstor)

Mathewson, Effie Jean. "The Illusion of Morality in the Franklin's Tale." Medium Aevum 52.1 (1983):
27-37. (Bound)

Lee, Anne Thompson. "'A Woman True and Fair': Chaucer's Portrayal of Dorigen in the Franklin's Tale."
Chaucer Review 19.2 (1984): 169-78. (Bound)

Middleton, Anne. "War by Other Means: Marriage and Chivalry in Chaucer." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 1 (1984): 119-133. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Gentilesse and the Marriage Debate in the Franklin's Tale: Chaucer's Squires and
the Question of Nobility." Neophilologus 68.3 (July 1984): 451-470. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "Chaucer's Franklin and Distraint of Knighthood." Chaucer Review 19.2 (1984): 162-68.
(Bound)


1985-1990

Braswell, Mary Flowers. "The Magic of Machinery: A Context for Chaucer's Franklin's Tale." Mosaic

18.2 (Spring 1985): 101-110. (Bound)

Jacobs, Kathryn. "The Marriage Contract of the Franklin's Tale: The Remaking of Society." Chaucer
Review 20.2 (1985): 132-143. (Bound)

Miller, Robert P. "'It Snewed in His Hous'," English Language Notes 22.4 (June 1985): 14-16. (Bound)
Morgan, Gerald. "Boccaccio's Filocolo and the Moral Argument of the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review
20.4 (1986): 285-306. (Bound)

Shoaf, R. A. "Chaucer and Medusa: The Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 21.2 (1986): 274-90. (Bound)
Fyler, John M. "Love and Degree in the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 21.3 (1987): 321-337. (Bound)
Laird, Edgar S. "Astronomical 'Proportional' in Chaucer's Franklin's Tale." English Language Notes 25.3
(March 1988): 23-26. (Bound)

Charnes, Linda. "'This Werk Unresonable': Narrative Frustration and Generic Redistribution in Chaucer's
Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 23.4 (1989): 300-315. (Bound)

Crane, Susan. "The Franklin as Dorigen." Chaucer Review 24.3 (1990): 236-52. (Bound)
Eckhardt, Caroline D. "Chaucer's Franklin and Others of the Vavasour Family." Modern Philology 87.3
(February 1990): 239-48. (Bound)


1991-1995

Lucas, Angela M. and Peter J. Lucas. "The Presentation of Marriage and Love in Chaucer's Franklin's

Tale." English Studies 72.6 (December 1991): 501-12. (Bound)

Brown, Carole Koepke. "'It Is True Art to Conceal Art': The Episodic Structure of Chaucer's Franklin's
Tale." Chaucer Review 27.2 (1992): 162-185. (Bound)

Collete, Carolyn. "Seeing and Believing in the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 26.4 (1992): 395-410.
(Bound)

Raybin, David. "Wommen of Kynde, Desiren Libertee': Rereading Dorigen, Rereading Marriage."
Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992): 65-86. (Bound)

Bowman, Mary R. "'Half as She Were Mad': Dorigen in the Male World of the Franklin's Tale."
Chaucer Review 27.3 (1993): 239-51. (Bound)

Cook, Robert. "Chaucer's Franklin's Tale and Sir Orfeo." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 95.3 (1994):
333-36. (Bound)

Lynch, Kathryn L. "East Meets West in Chaucer's Squire's and Franklin's Tales." Speculum 70.3 (July
1995): 530-551. (Jstor)

Scott, Anne. "'Considerynge the Beste on Every Syde': Ethics, Empathy, and Epistemology in the
Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 29.4 (1995): 390-415. (Bound)


1996-2001

Edwards, Robert R. "Source, Content, and Cultural Translation in the Franklin's Tale." Modern Philology

94.2 (November 1996): 141-62. (Bound)

Flake, Timothy H. "Love, Trouthe, and the Happy Ending of the Franklin's Tale." English Studies 77.3
(May 1996): 209-26. (Bound)

Friedman, John B. "Dorigen's 'Grisly Rokkes Blake' Again." Chaucer Review 31.2 (1996): 133-44.
(Bound)

McEntire, Sandra J. "Illusions and Interpretation in the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 31.2 (1996):
145-163. (Bound)

Parry, Joseph D. "Dorigen, Narration, and Coming Home in the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer Review 30.3
(1996): 262-93. (Bound)

Pulham, Carol A. "Promises, Premises: Dorigen's Dilemma Revisited." Chaucer Review 31.1 (1996):
76-86. (Bound)

McGregor, Francine. "What of Dorigen? Agency and Ambivalence in the Franklin's Tale." Chaucer
Review 31.4 (1997): 365-78. (Bound)

Purdon, Liam O. and Julian N. Wasserman. "The Franklin, Food, and the Freemen of York." Chaucer
Review 33.1 (1998): 112-115. (Unbound)

Battles, Dominique. "Chaucer's Franklin's Tale and Boccaccio's Filocolo Reconsidered." Chaucer Review
34.1 (1999): 38-59. (Bound)

Greenberg, Nina Manasan. "Dorigen as Enigma: The Production of Meaning and the Franklin's Tale."
Chaucer Review 33.4 (1999): 329-49. (Unbound)

Walker, Warren S. "Extant Analogues of the Franklin's Tale in the Turkish Oral Tradition." Chaucer
Review 33.4 (1999): 432-37. (Unbound)

Morgan, Gerald. "Experience and the Judgement of Poetry : A Reconsideraiotn of the Franklin's Tale."
Medium Aevum 70.2 (2001): 204-225. (Unbound)

Friar's Tale

1976-1985 | 1988-2000

1976-1985

Browne, Carole K., Marion F. Egge, and Penn R. Szittya. "The Friar's Tale and the Wife of Bath's Tale."

PMLA 91 (1976): 291-93. (Bound)

Havely, N. R. "Chaucer's Friar and Merchant." Chaucer Review 13 (1979): 337-45. (Bound)
Nicholson, Peter. "The Analogues of Chaucer's Friar's Tale." English Language Notes 17 (1979): 93-98.
(Bound)

Leicester, H. Marshall, Jr. "'No Vileyns Word': Social Context and Performance in Chaucer's Friar's Tale."
Chaucer Review 17.1 (Summer 1982): 21-39. (Bound)

Bloomfield, Morton W. "The Friar's Tale as a Liminal Tale." Chaucer Review 17.4 (Spring 1983):
286-291. (Bound)

Hahn, Thomas and Richard W. Kaeuper. "Text and Context: Chaucer's Friar's Tale." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 5 (1983): 67-101. (PR1901 .S88 v. 5 Main)

Murphy, Michael. "Chaucer's Devil among the Irish." Eire-Ireland 19.1 (Spring 1984): 133-138. (Bound)
Hanning, R. W. "Roasting a Friar, Mis-Taking a Wife, and Other Acts of Textual Harassment in Chaucer's
Canterbury Tales." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7 (1985): 3-21. (PR1901 .S88. v. 7 Main)

Jacobs, Edward C. and Robert E. Jungman. "His Mother's Curse: Kingship in The Friar's Tale."
Philological Quarterly 64.2 (Spring 1985): 256-59. (Bound)


1988-2000

Harley, Martha Power. Chaucer's 'Friar's Tale'." Explicator 46.2 (Winter 1988): 4-5. (Microforms)
Berlin, Gail Ivy. "Spekaing to the Devil: A New Context for The Friar's Tale." Philological Quarterly

69.1 (Winter 1990): 1-12. (Bound)

Kolve, V. A. "'Man in the Middle': Art and Religion in Chaucer's Friar's Tale." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 12 (1990): 3-46. (PR1901 .S88 v. 12 Main)

Harwood, Britton J. "Chaucer on 'Speche': House of Fame, the Friar's Tale and the Summoner's Tale."
Chaucer Review 26.4 (1992): 343-49. (Bound)

Miller, Clarence H. "The Devil's Bow and Arrows: Another Clue to the Identity of the Yeoman in
Chaucer's Friar's Tale." Chaucer Review 30.2 (1995): 211-14. (Bound)

Kline, Daniel T. "'Myne by right': Oath Making and Intent in The Friar's Tale." Philological Quarterly
77.3 (Summer 1998): 271-93. (Bound)

Hodges, Laura F. "Chaucer's Friar: 'Typet' and 'Symycope'." Chaucer Review 34.3 (2000): 317-43.
(Bound)

Kelly, Henry Ansgar. "Bishop, Prioress and Bawd in the Stews of Southwark." Speculum 75.2 (April
2000): 342-88. (Bound)

Knight's Tale

1977-1982 | 1984-1986 | 1987 | 1988-1991 | 1992-1999

1977-1982

McCobb, Lilian M. "The English Partonope of Blois, Its French Source, and Chaucer's Knight's Tale."

Chaucer Review 11 (1977): 369-72. (Bound)

Cherchi, Paolo. "'The Knight's Tale': Lines 1774-81." Modern Philology 76(1978): 46-48. (Bound)
Justman, Stewart. "'Auctoritee' in the Knight's Tale." Modern Language Quarterly 39 (1978): 3-14.
(Bound)

Hanning, Robert W. "'The Struggle between Noble Designs and Chaos': The Literary Tradition of
Chaucer's Knight's Tale." Literary Review 23 (1980): 519-41. (Microforms)

Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Chaucer's Mercury and Arcite: The Aeneid and the World of the Knight's Tale."
Neophilologus 64.2 (April 1980): 307-319. (Bound)

Hallissy, Margaret. "Poison and Infection in Chaucer's Knight's and Canon's Yeoman's Tale." Essays
in Arts and Sciences 10.1 (May 1981): 31-40. (AS36 .N34515 Main)

Stroud, Theodore A. "Chaucer's Structural Balancing of Troilus and 'Knight's Tale'." Annuale Mediaevale
21 (1981): 31-45. (D111 .A55 v. 21 Main)

Lester, G. A. "Chaucer's Knight and the Medieval Tournament." Neophilologus 66.3 (July 1982): 460-68.
(Bound)


1984-1986

Harrison, Joseph. "'Tears for Passing Things': The Temple of Diana in the Knight's Tale." Philological

Quarterly 63.1 (Winter 1984): 108-116. (Bound)

Infusino, Mark H. and Ynez Viole O'Neill. "Arcite's Death and the New Surgery in The Knight's Tale."
Studies in the Age of Chaucer 1 (1984): 221-230. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

McColly, Willima . "Why Chaucer's Knight Has No Coat of Arms." English Language Notes 21.3
(March 1984): 1-6. (Bound)

Perryman, Judith C. "The 'False Arcite' of Chaucer's Knight's Tale." Neophilologus 68.1 (January 1984):
121-133. (Bound)

Urban, William. "When was Chaucer's Knight in 'Ruce?'' Chaucer Review 18.4 (1984): 347-353. (Bound)
Middleton, Anne. "War by Other Means: Marriage and Chivalry in Chaucer." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 7 (1985): 119-133. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Anderson, David. "The Fourth Temple of The Knight's Tale: Athenian Clemency and Chaucer's Theseus."
Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986): 113-125. (PR1901 .S88 v.2 Main)

McAlindon, T. "Cosmology, Contrariety and the Knight's Tale." Medium Aevum 55.1 (1986): 41-57.
(Bound)

Stock, Lorraine Kochanske. "The Two Mayings in Chaucer's Knight's Tale: Convention and Invention."
Journal of English and Germanic Philology 85.2 (April 1986): 206-221. (Bound)


1987

Anderson, David. "Theban Genealogy in the Knight's Tale." Chaucer Review 21.3 (1987): 311-320.

(Bound)

Frakes, Jerold C. "'Ther is Namoore To Seye': Closure in the Knight's Tale." Chaucer Review 22.1
(1987): 1-7. (Bound)

Harrington, David V. "Arcite's Song in Chaucer's Knight's Tale 1510-12." Neophilologus 71.1 (January
1987): 158-159. (Bound)

Hilbrink, Lucinda. "Narrative Choice in The Knight's Tale." USF Language Quarterly 26.1-2
(Fall-Winter 1987): 39-42. (Bound)

Kempton, Daniel. "Chaucer's Knight and the Knight's Theseus: 'And Though That He Were Worthy, He
Was Wys'." Journal of Narrative Technique 17.3 (Fall 1987): 237-58. (Bound)

Luxon, Thomas H. "'Sentence' and 'Solaas': Proverbs and Consolation in the Knight's Tale." Chaucer
Review 22.2 (1987): 94-111. (Bound)

Olsson, Kurt. "Securitas and Chaucer's Knight." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 9 (1987): 23-53.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 9 Main)

Robertson, D. W., Jr. "The Probable Date and Purpose of Chaucer's Knight's Tale." Studies in Philology
84.4 (Fall 1987): 418-39. (Bound)

Woods, William F. "Chivalry and Nature in The Knight's Tale." Philological Quarterly 66.3 (Summer
1987): 287-301. (Bound)


1988-1991

Nicholson, R. H. "Theseus's 'Ordinaunce': Justice and Ceremony in the Knight's Tale." Chaucer Review

22.3 (1988): 192-213. (Bound)

Zhang, John Z. "Writing in Lines 1303-27 of The Knight's Tale." English Language Notes 26.4 (June
1989): 1-5. (Bound)

Crane, Susan. "Medieval Romance and Feminine Difference in The Knight's Tale." Studies in the Age
of Chaucer 12 (1990): 47-63. (PR1901 .S88 v. 12 Main)

Schless, Howard. "Knight's Tale: 965-67, 1462-75; Theseus's Banner, Palemon's Mickey." Chaucer
Review 25.1 (1990): 80-83. (Bound)

Bergan, Brooke. "Surface and Secret in the Knight's Tale." Chaucer Review 26.1 (1991): 1-16. (Bound)
Brown, Peter. "The Prison of Theseus and the Castle of Jalousie." Chaucer Review 26.2 (1991): 147-62.
(Bound)

Moore, Bruce. "Allone, withouten Any Compaigne'-the Mayings in Chaucer's Knight's Tale." Chaucer
Review 25.4 (1991): 284-301. (Bound)

Woods, William F. "'My Sweete Foo': Emelye's Roles in The Knight's Tale." Studies in Philology 88.3
(Summer 1991): 276-306. (Bound)

Zhang, John Z. "Medieval Visual Arts and the Barred Window in Chaucer's The Knight's Tale." English
Language Notes 28.3 (March 1991): 10-17. (Bound)


1992-1999

Finlayson, John. "The Knight's Tale: the Dialogue of Romance, Epic, and Philosophy." Chaucer Review

27.2
(1992): 126-49. (Bound)

Yamamoto, Dorothy. "Heraldry and the Knight's Tale." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 93.2 (1992):
207-15. (Bound)

Hodges, Laura F. "Costume Rhetoric in the Knight's Portrait: Chaucer's Every-Knight and His Bismotered
Gypon." Chaucer Review 29.3 (1995): 274-302. (Bound)

Jungman, Robert E. "Chaucer's The Knight's Tale 2681-82." Explicator 55.4 (Summer 1997): 190-92.
(Microforms)

Vasczily, Scott. "Fabliau Plotting against Romance in Chaucer's Knight's Tale." Style 31.3 (Fall 1997):
523-42. (Microforms)

Smith, D. Vance. "Plague, Panic Space, and the Tragic Medieval Household." South Atlantic Quarterly
98.3 (Summer 1999): 367-414. (Bound)

Man of Law's Tale

1976-1983 | 1985-1991 | 1998-2002

1976-1983

Finnegan, Robert Emmett. "The Man of Law, His Tale, and the Pilgrims." Neuphilologische

Mitteilungen 77 (1976): 227-40. (Bound)

Logan, Paul M. "The Narrative Style of the Man of Law's Tale." Medievalia et Humanistica 8 (1977):
217-33. (D111 .M49x no. 8 Main)

Clark, S. L. and Julian N. Wasserman. "Echoes of Leviathan and the Harrowing of Hell in Chaucer's Man
of Law's Tale." South Central Bulletin 38 (1978): 140-42. (Bound)

Weissman, Hope Phyllis. "Late Gothic Pathos in The Man of Law's Tale." Journal of Medieval and
Renaissance Studies 9 (1979): 133-53. (Bound)

Roddy, Kevin. "Mythic Sequence in the Man of Law's Tale." Journal of Medieval and Renaissance
Studies 10 (1980): 1-22. (Bound)

Harty, Kevin J. "Chaucer's Man of Law and the 'Muses that Men Clepe Pierides.'" Studies in
Short Fiction 18.1 (Winter 1981): 75-77. (Bound)

Johnson, William C., Jr. "The Man of Law's Tale: Aesthetics and Christianity in Chaucer." Chaucer
Review 16.3 (Winter 1982): 201-221. (Bound)

Hanks, D. Thomas, Jr. "Emare: An Influence on the Man of Law's Tale." Chaucer Review 18.2 (1983):
182-186. (Bound)


1985-1991

Grennen, Joseph E. "Chaucer's Man of Law and the Constancy of Justice." Journal of English and

Germanic Philology 84.4 (October 1985): 498-514. (Bound)

Hirsch, John C. "Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale 847: A conjectural Emendation." Chaucer Review 20.1
(1985): 68-69. (Bound)

Archibald, Elizabeth. "The Flight from Incest": Two Classical Precursors of the Constance Theme."
Chaucer
Review 20.4 (1986): 259-72. (Bound)

Benson, C. David. "Varieties of Religious Poetry in The Canterbury Tales: The Man of Law's Tale and
The Clerk's Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 2 (1986): 159-167. (PR1901 .S88 v. 2 Main)

MacDonald, Alasdair A. "Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale 847: A Reconsideration." Chaucer Review 22.3
(1988): 246-249. (Bound)

Furrow, Melissa M. "The Man of Law's St. Custance: Sex and Saeculum." Chaucer Review 24.3 (1990):
223-35. (Bound)

Raybin, David. "Custance and History: Woman as Outsider in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale." Studies in the
Age of Chaucer 12 (1990): 65-84. (PR1901 .S88 v. 12 Main)

Astell, Ann W. "Apostrophe, Prayer, and the Structure of Satire in The Man of Law's Tale." Studies in the
Age of Chaucer 13 (1991): 81-97. (PR1901 .S88 v. 13 Main)

Nicholson, Peter. "The Man of Law's Tale: What Chaucer Really Owed to Gower." Chaucer Review 26.2
(1991): 153-174. (Bound)


1992-2001

Dawson, Robert B. "Custance in Context: Rethinking the Protagonist of the Man of Law's Tale." Chaucer

Review 26.3 (1992): 293-308. (Bound)

Pelen, Marc M. "Providence and Incest Reconsidered: Chaucer's Poetic Judgment of His Man of Law."
Papers on Language and Literature 30.2 (Spring 1994): 132-56. (Bound, Expanded Academic Index)

Allen, Elizabeth. "Chaucer Answers Gower: Constance and the Trouble with Reading." ELH 64 (Fall
1997): 627-55. (Microforms)

Astell, Ann W. "Chaucer's 'St. Anne Trinity': Devotion, Dynasty, Dogma, and Debate." Studies in
Philology 94 (Fall 1997): 395-416. (Bound)

Dugas, Don-John. "The Legitimization of Royal Power in Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale." Modern
Philology 95.1 (August 1997): 27-43. (Bound)

Goldstein, R. James. "'To Scotlond-ward his foomen for to seke': Chaucer, the Scots, and the Man of Law's
Tale." Chaucer Review 33.1 (1998): 31-42. (Unbound)

Caie, G. D. "Innocent III's 'De Misera' as a Gloss on The 'Man of Law's Prologue and Tale' (Chaucer)."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100.2 (1999): 175-185. (Bound)

Cooney, Helen. "Wonder and Immanent Justice in the Man of Law's Tale." Chaucer Review 33.3 (1999):
264-87. (Unbound)

Lynch, Kathryn L. "Storytelling, Exchange, and Constancy: East and West in Chaucer's Man of Law's
Tale." Chaucer Review 33.4 (1999): 402-22. (Unbound)

Ashton, Gail. "Her Father's Daughter: The Realignment of Father-Daughter Kinship in Three Romance
Tales." Chaucer Review 34.4 (2000): 416-27. (Bound)

Rose, Christine M. "Chaucer's Man of Law's Tale: Teaching Through the Sources."
College Literature 28.2 (Spring 2001): 155-177. (Expanded Academic Index)

Spearing, A. C. "Narrative Voice: The Case of Chaucers' Man of Law's Tale." New Literary History 32.3
(Summer 2001): 715-746. (Unbound)

Ladd, Roger A. "The Mercantile (Mis)reader in The Canterbury Tales."Studies in Philology99.1 (Winter
2002): 17-32. (Unbound)

Manciple's Tale

1977-1985 |1986-2001

1977-1985

Hirsh, John C. "The Politics of Spirituality: The Second Nun and the Manciple." Chaucer Review 12

(1977): 129-46. (Bound)

Trask, Richard M. "The Manciple's Problem." Studies in Short Fiction 14 (1977): 109-16. (Bound,
Microforms)

Davidson, Arnold E. "The Logic of Confusion in Chaucer's Manciple's Tales." Annuale Mediaevale 19
(1979): 5-12. (D111 .A55 Vol. 19 Main)

Fulk, R. D. "Reinterpreting the Manciple's Tale." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 78
(1979): 485-93. (Bound)

Delany, Sheila. "Doer of the Word: The Epistle of St. James as a Source for Chaucer's Manciple's Tale."
Chaucer Review 17.3 (1983): 250-254. (Bound)

Dickstra, F. N. M. "Chaucer's Digressive Mode and the Moral of The Manciple's Tale." Neophilologus
67.1 (January 1983): 131-148. (Bound)

Askins, William. "The Historical Setting of The Manciple's Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7
(1985): 87-105. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Fradenburg, Louise. "The Manciple's' Servant Tongue: Politics and Poetry in The Canterbury Tales." ELH
52.1 (Spring 1985): 85-118. (Microforms, Jstor)

Koff, Leonard Michael. "Wordsworth and the Manciple's Tale." Chaucer Review 19.4 (1985):
338-351. (Bound)


1986-2001

Burrow, J. A. "Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrimage." Essays in Criticism 36.2 (April 1986): 97-119. (Bound)
Allen, Mark. "Penitential Sermons, the Manciple, and the End of The Canterbury Tales." Studies in the

Age of Chaucer 9 (1987): 77-96. (PR1901 .S88 v. 9 Main)

McGavin, John J. "How Nasty is Phoebus's Crow?" Chaucer Review 21.4 (1987): 444-458. (Bound)White, Hugh. "Chaucer Compromising Nature." Review of English Studies 40 (May 1989):
157-78. (Bound)
Grudin, Michaela Paasche. "Chaucer's Manciple's Tale and the Poetics of Guile." Chaucer Review 25.4
(1991): 329-42. (Bound)

Herman, Peter C. "Treason in the Manciple's Tale." Chaucer Review 25.4 (1991): 318-28. (Bound)
Pelen, Marc M. "The Manciple's 'Cosyn' to the 'Dede'." Chaucer Review 25.4 (1991): 343-54. (Bound)
Striar, Brian. "The 'Manciple's Tale' and Chaucer's Apolline Poetics." Criticism 33.2 (Spring 1991):
173-204. (Bound)

Patton, Celeste A. "False 'Rekenynges': Sharp Practice and the Politics of Language in Chaucer's
Manciple's Tale." Philological Quarterly 71.4 (Fall 1992): 399-417. (Bound)

Cox, Catherine S. "The Jangler's 'Bourse': Gender, Renunciation, and Chaucer's Manciple." South
Atlantic Review 61.4 (Fall 1996): 1-21. (Bound)

Raybin, David. "The Death of a Silent Woman: Voice and Power in Chaucer's Manciple's Tale." Journal
of English and Germanic Philology 95.1 (January 1996): 19-37. (Bound)

Kensak, Michael. "The Silences of Pilgrimage: Manciple's Tale, Paradiso, Anticlaudianus." Chaucer
Review 34.2 (1999): 190-206. (Bound)

Storm, Mel. "Speech, Circumspection, and Orthodontics in the Manciple's' Prologue and Tale and the Wife
of Bath's Portrait." Studies in Philology 96.2 (Spring 1999): 109-26. (Bound)

Kensak, Michael. "Apollo Exterminans: The God of Poetry in Chaucers' Manciple's Tale." Studies in
Philology 98.2 (Spring 2001): 143-57. (Unbound)

The Merchant's Tale

1976-1978 | 1979-1983 | 1984-1989 | 1990-2000

1976-1978

Altman, Leslie J. "January's Decision: An Example of Chaucer's Use of the Miroir de Marriage in the

Merchant's Tale." Romance Philology 29 (1976): 514-18. (Microforms)

Burnley, J. D. "The Morality of The Merchant's Tale." Yearbook of English Studies 6 (1976): 16-25.
(PE1 .Y43 v. 6 Main )

Burger, Douglas A. "Deluding Words in the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1977): 103-110.
(Bound)

Levy, Bernard S. "Gentilesse in Chaucer's Clerk's and Merchant's Tales." Chaucer Review 11 (1977):
306-18. (Bound)

Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Chaucer's Merchant's Tale, E 1263, 1854, and 2360-65." Explicator 35.4
(1977): 25-26. (Microforms)

Wurtele, Douglas. "Ironical Resonance in the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 13 (1978): 66-79.
(Bound)


1979-1983

Andrew, Malcolm. "January's Knife: Sexual Morality and Proverbial Wisdom in the Merchant's Tale."

English Language Notes 16 (1979): 273-77. (Bound)

Benson, Donald R. "The Marriage 'Encomium' in the Merchant's Tale: A Chaucerian Crux." Chaucer
Review 14 (1979): 48-60. (Bound)

Havely, N. R. "Chaucer's Friar and Merchant." Chaucer Review 13 (1979): 337-45. (Bound)
Hoy, James F. "A Twentieth-Century Analogue to Chaucer's Merchant's Tale."
Chaucer Review 14 (1979): 155-57. (Bound)

Schwartz, Robert B. "The Social Character of May Games: A Popular Background for Chaucer's
Merchant's Tale." Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik 27.1 (1979): 43-51. (Bound)

Schleusener, Jay. "The Conduct of the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 14 (1980): 237-50. (Bound)
Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Chaucer's Spring of Comedy: The Merchant's Tale and Other 'Games' with
Augustianian Theology." Annuale Mediaevale 21 (1981): 111-120. (D111 .A55 v. 21 Main )

Wurtele, Douglas. "The Blasphemy of Chaucer's Merchant." Annuale Mediaevale 21 (1981): 91-110.
(D111 .A55 v. 21 Main)

Brown, Emerson, Jr. "Chaucer and a Proper Name: January in The Merchant's Tale." Names 31.2 (June
1983): 69-87. (Bound)


1984-1989

Arrathoon, Leigh A. "Antinomic Cluster Analysis and the Boethian Verbal Structure of Chaucer's

Merchant's Tale." Language and Style 17.1 (Winter 1984): 92-120. (Bound)

Arrathoon, Leigh A. "The Two Saras of Chaucer's Merchant's Tale (E) 1603-08." Ball State University
Forum 25.4 (Autumn 1984): 18-40. (Bound)

Brown, Peter. "An Optical Theme in The Merchant's Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 1 (1984):
231-243. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

Condren, Edward I. "Transcendent Metaphor or Banal Reality: Three Chaucerian Dilemmas." Papers on
Language and Literature 21.3 (Summer 1985): 233-257. (Bound)

Bleeth, Kenneth. "Joseph's Doubting of Mary and the Conclusion of the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer
Review 21.1 (1986): 58-66. (Bound)

Collette, Caronly P. "Umberto Eco, Semiotics, and the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 24.2 (1989):
132-138. (Bound)

Griffiths, Gwen. 'Receding Images of Initiators and Recipients-Yet Another Reflection on The Merchant's
Tale." Papers on Language and Literature 25.3 (Summer 1989): 242-63. (Bound)

Hallisy, Margaret. "Widow-To-Be: May in Chaucer's 'The Merchant's Tale'." Studies in Short Fiction
26.3 (Summer 1989): 295-304. (Bound, Microforms)

Neuse, Richard. "Marriage and the Question of Allegory in the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 24.2
(1989): 115-131. (Bound)


1990-2000

Calabrese, Michael A. "May Devoid of All Delight: January, the Merchant's Tale and the Romance of the

Rose." Studies in Philology 87.3 (Summer 1990): 261-84. (Bound)

Edwards, A. S. G. "The Merchant's Tale and Moral Chaucer." Modern Language Quarterly 51.3
(September 1990): 409-26. (Bound)

Simmons-O'Neill, Elizabeth. "Love in Hell: The Role of Pluto and Proserpine in Chaucer's Merchant's
Tale." Modern Language Quarterly 51.3 (September 1990): 389-407. (Bound)

Edwards, Robert R. "Narration and Doctrine in the Merchant's Tale." Speculum 66.2 (April 1991):
342-67. (Bound, Jstor)

Field, Rosalind. "'Superfluous Ribaldry': Spurious Lines in the Merchant's Tale." Chaucer Review 28.4
(1994): 353-67. (Bound)

Heffernan, Carol Falvo. "Contraception and the Pear Tree Episode of Chaucer's Merchant's Tale." Journal
of English and Germanic Philology 94.1 (January 1995): 31-41. (Bound)

Cooke, Jessica. "January and May in Chaucer's Merchant's Tale." English Studies 78.5 (September
1997): 407-16. (Bound)

Baker, Joan and Susan Signe Morrison. "The Luxury of Gender: Piers Plowman and The Merchant's Tale."
Yearbook of Langland Studies 12 (1998): 31-63. (PR2015 .Y43 1998 v. 12 Main)

Lucas, Angela M. "The Mirror in the Marketplace: Januarie Through the Looking Glass." Chaucer
Review 33.2 (1998): 123. 45. (Bound)

Pearcy, R. J. "Anglo-Norman Fabliaux and Chaucer's Merchant's Tale." Medium Aevum 69.2 (2000):
227-260. (Bound)

Miller's Tale

1976-1981 | 1982-1989 | 1990-1993 | 1994-2000

1976-1981

Clark, Roy Peter. "Christmas Games in Chaucer's The Miller's Tale." Studies in Short Fiction 13 (1976):

277-87. (Bound, Microforms)

Long, Charles. "The Wife of Bath Confessions and the Miller's True Story." Interpretations 8 (1976):
54-66. (Bound)

Beidler, Peter G. "Art and Scatology in the Miller's Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1977): 90-102. (Bound)
Herzman, Ronald. "Millstones: An Approach to the Miller's Tale and the Reeve's Tale." English Record
27.2 (1977): 18-21, 26. (Microforms)

Coper, Geoffrey. "'Sely John' in the 'Legende' of the Miller's Tale." Journal of English and Germanic
Philology 79(1980): 1-12. (Bound)

Dane, Joseph A. "The Mechanics of Comedy in Chaucer's Miller's Tale." Chaucer Review 14 (1980):
215-24. (Bound)

Harwood, Britton J. "The 'Nether Ye' and Its Antitheses: A Structuralist Reading of 'The Miller's Tale.'"
Annuale Mediaevale 21 (1981): 5-30. (D111 .A55 vol. 21 Main)

Nicholson, Lewis E. "Chaucer's 'Com pa me': A Famous Crux Reexamined." English Language Notes
19.2 (December 1981 ): 98-102. (Bound)

Vaughan, M. F. "Chaucer's Imaginative One-Day Flood." Philological Quarterly 60.1 (Winter 1981):
117-23. (Bound)

Williams, David. "Radical Therapy in The Miller's Tale." Chaucer Review 15.3 (Winter 1981): 227-235.
(Bound)


1982-1989

Lewis, Robert E. "The English Fabliau Tradition and Chaucer's 'Miller's Tale'." Modern Philology 79.3

(February 1982): 241-255. (Bound)

Jordan, Tracey. "Fairy Tale and Fabliau: Chaucer's The Miller's Tale." Studies in Short Fiction 21.2
(Spring 1984): 87-93. (Microforms, Bound)

Condren, Edward I. "Transcendent Metaphor or Banal Reality: Three Chaucerian Dilemmas." Papers on
Language and Literature 21.3 (Summer 1985): 233-257. (Bound)

Sell, Roger D. "Tellability and Politeness in 'The Miller's Tale': First Steps in Literary Pragmatics."
English Studies 66.6 (December 1985): 496-512. (Bound)

Prior, Sandra Pierson. "Parodying Typology and the Mystery Plays in the Miller's Tale." Journal of
Medieval and Renaissance Studies 16.1 (Spring 1986): 57-73. (Bound)

Smith, Macklin. "'Or I Wol Caste A Stone'." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 8 (1986): 3-30.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 8 Main)

Farrell, Thomas J. "Privacy and the Boundaries of Fabliau in the Miller's Tale." ELH 56.4 (Winter 1989):
773-795. (Microforms, Jstor)

Lambdin, R. T. "Chaucer's 'The Miller's Tale'." Explicator 47.3 (Spring 1989): 4-6. (Microforms)

1990-1993

Boenig, Robert. "Absolon's Musical Instruments." English Language Notes 28.1 (September 1990): 7-15.

(Bound)

Campbell, Thomas P. "Machaut and Chaucer: Ars Nova and the Art of Narrative." Chaucer Review 24.4
(1990): 275-89. (Bound)

Fein, Susanna Greer. "Why Did Absolon Put a 'Trewelove' under His Tongue? Herb Paris as a Healing
'Grace' in Middle English Literature." Chaucer Review 25.4 (1991): 302-17. (Bound)

Malone, Edward A. "Doubting Thomas and John the Carpenter's Oaths in the Miller's Tale." English
Language Notes 29.1 (September 1991): 15-17. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "The Miller, the Virgin, and the Wife of Bath." Neophilologus 75.2 (April 1991): 291-303.
(Bound)

Carson, Ricks. "Chaucer's 'The Miller's Tale'." Explicator 50.2 (Winter 1992): 66-67. (Microforms)
Donaldson, Kara Virginia. "Alisoun's Language: Body, Text and Glossing in Chaucer's 'The Miller's Tale."
Philological Quarterly 71.2 (Spring 1992): 139-53. (Bound)

Hanna, Ralph, III. "Pilate's Voice/Shirley's Case." South Atlantic Quarterly 91.4 (Fall 1992): 793-812.
(Bound)

Lambdin, R. T. "Chaucer's 'The Miller's Tale.'" Explicator 52.1 (Fall 1993): 6-8. (Microforms)

1994-2000

Calabrese, Michael. "The Lover's Cure in Ovid's Remedia Amoris and Chaucer's Miller's Tale." English

Language Notes 32.1 (September 1994): 13-18. (Bound)

Dane, Joseph A. "The Sytaxis Recepta of Chaucer's 'Prologue to the Miller's Tale,' Lines 3159-61."
English Language Notes 31.4 (June 1994): 10-19. (Bound)

Leicester, H. Marshall, Jr. "Newer Currents in Psychoanalytic Criticism, and the Difference 'it' Makes:
Gender and Desire in the Miller's Tale." ELH 61.3 (Fall 1994): 473-99. (Microforms, Jstor)

Woods, William F. "Private and Public Space in the Miller's Tale." Chaucer Review 29.2 (1994):
166-168. (Bound)

Lomperis, Linda. "Bodies that Matter in the Court of Late Medieval England and in Chaucer's Miller's
Tale." Romanic Review 86.2 (March 1995):
243-64. (Bound)

Morey, James H. "The 'Cultour' in the Miller's Tale Alison as Iselt." Chaucer Review 29.4 (1995): 373-81.
(Bound)

Biggs, Frederick M. and Laura L. Howes. "Theophany in the Miller's Tale." Medium Aevum 65.2 (1996):
269-79. (Bound)

Mosher, Harold F., Jr. "Greimas, Bremond and the Miller's Tale." Style 31.3 (Fall 1997): 480-99.
(Microforms)

Novelli, Cornelius. "Sin, Sight, and Sanctity in the Miller's Tale: Why Chaucer's Blacksmith Works at
Night." Chaucer Review 33.2 (1998): 168-75. (Bound)

Hough, C. "The Name of Chaucer's Miller ('Canterbury Tales')." Notes & Queries 46.4 (December
1999): 434-35. (Bound)

Brown, Peter. "'Shot Wyndowe' from the 'Miller's Tale.' (l. 3358 and l. 3695): An Open and Shut Case."
Medium Aevum 69.1 (2000): 96-103. (Bound)

Miller, Mark. "Naturalism and Its Discontents in The 'Miller's Tale'." ELH 67.1 (Spring 2000): 1-44.
(Microforms)

Monk's Tale

1976-1989 | 1993-2000

1976-1989

Boitani, Piero. "The Monk's Tale: Dante and Boccaccio." Medium Aevum 45 (1976): 50-69. (Bound)
Lepley, Douglas L. "The Monk's Boethian Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1977): 162-70. (Bound)
Olsson, Kurt. "Grammar, Manhood, and Tears: The Curiosity of Chaucer's Monk." Modern Philology

76 (1978): 1-17. (Bound)

DiMarco, Vincent. "Another Look at Chaucer's 'Trophee'." Names 34.3 (September 1986): 275-83.
(Bound)

Botterill, Steven. "Re-Reading Lancelot: Dante, Chaucer, and Le Chevalire de la charrette." Philological
Quarterly 67.3 (Summer 1988): 279-89. (Bound)

Grennen, Joseph E. "The Monke's 'Olde Thynges': Eliminating a Supposed Chaucerian Anacoluthon."
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 82.3 (September 1988): 337-40. (Bound)

Ruud, Jay. "'In Meetre in Mnay a Sondry Wyse': Fortune's Wheel and The Monk's Tale." English
Language Notes 26.4 (June 1989): 6-11. (Bound)


1993-2000

Ramazani, Jahan. "Chaucer's Monk: the Poetics of Abbreviation, Aggression, and Tragedy.'

Chaucer Review 27.3 (1993): 260-76. (Bound)

DiMarco, Vincent. "Nero's Nets and Seneca's Veins: A New Source for the Monk's Tale."
Chaucer Review 28.4 (1994): 384-92. (Bound)

Herold, Christine. "The Unfortunate Iconography of Chaucer's Wayward Monk." English Language
Notes 31.4 (June 1994): 5-10. (Bound)

Zatta, Jane Dick. "Chaucer's Monk: A Mighty Hunter before the Lord." Chaucer Review 29.2 (1994):
111-133. (Bound)

Finlayson, John. "The 'Povre Widwe' in the Nun's Priest's Tale and Boccaccio's Decameron."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 99.3 (1998): 269-73. (Bound)

Pinti, Daniel. "The Comedy of the 'Monk's Tale': Chaucer's Hugelyn and Early Commentary on Dante's
Ugolino." Comparative Literature Studies 37.3 (2000): 277-297. (Unbound)

Nun's Priest's Tale

1976-1980 1981-1983 | 1984-1989 | 1990-1991 | 1992-1993 | 1995-1999

1976-1978

Gallacher, Patrick. "Food, Laxatives, and the Catharsis in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale." Speculum

51 (1976): 49-68. (Bound)

Payne, F. Anne. "Foreknowledge and Free Will: Three Theories in the Nun's Priest's Tale." Chaucer
Review 10 (1976): 201-19. (Bound)

Besserman, Lawrence L. "Chaucerian Wordplay: The Nun's Priest and His Womman Divyne." Chaucer
Review 12 (1977): 68-73. (Bound)

Gallick, Susan. "Styles of Usage in the Nun's Priest's Tale." Chaucer Review 11 (1977): 232-47. (Bound)
Anjum, A. R. "'The Nonnes Preestes Tale': A 'Framework' Story.' Explorations 5.1 (1978): 40-58. (Bound)
Bolton, W. F. "Structural Meaning in The Pardoner's Tale and The Nun's Priest's Tale." Language and
Style 11 (1978): 201-11. (Bound)

Schuman, Samuel. "The Widow's Garden: 'The Nun's Priest's Tale' and the Great Chain of Being." Studies
in the Humanities 6.2 (1978): 12-14. (Bound)


1979-1983

Bishop, Ian. "The Nun's Priest's Tale and the Liberal Arts." Review of English Studies 30 (1979):

257-67. (Bound)

Brody, Saul Nathaniel. "Truth and Fiction in the Nun's Priest's Tale." Chaucer Review 14 (1979): 33-47.
(Bound)

Crider, Richard. "Daniel in the 'Nun's Priest's Tale.'" American Notes and Queries 18 (1979): 18-19.
(Bound)

Cullen, Dolores L. "Chaucer's The Nun's Priest's Tale." Explicator 38.1 (1979): 11. (Microforms)
Rowland, Beryl. "Chaucer's Idea of the Pardoner." Chaucer Review 14 (1979): 149-154. (Bound)
Correale, Robert M. "Chaucer's 'Nun's Priest's Tale,' VI, 3444-6." Explicator 39.1 (1980): 43-45.
(Microforms)

Frese, Dolores Warwick. "The Nun's Priest's Tale: Chaucer's Identified Master Piece?" Chaucer Review
16.4 (Spring 1982): 330-343. (Bound)

Rhodes, James F. "Motivation in Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale: Winner Take Nothing." Chaucer Review
17.1 (Summer 1982): 40-61. (Bound)

Regan, Charles Lionel. "Of Owls and Apes Again: Canterbury Tales, B2 4282." Chaucer Review 17.3
(1983): 278-80. (Bound)

Schauber, Ellen and Ellen Spolsky. "Conversational Noncooperation; The Case of Chaucer's Pardoner."
Language and Style 16.3 (Summer 1983): 249-61. (Bound)


1984-1992

Delany, Sheila. "'Mulier est hominis confusio': Chaucer's Anti-Popular Nun's Priest's Tale." Mosaic 17.1

(Winter 1984): 1-18. (Bound)

Travis, Peter W. "The Nun's Priest's Tale as Grammar-School Primer." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 1
(1984): 81-91. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

Johnson, Lynn Staley. "'To Make in Som Comedye': Chauntecleer, Son of Troy." Chaucer Review 19.3
(1985): 225-244. (Bound)

Harwood, Britton J. "Signs and/as Origin: Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale." Style 20.2 (Summer 1986):
189-202. (Microforms)

Manning, Stephen. "Fabular Jangling and Poetic Vision in the Nun's Priest's Tale." South Atlantic
Review 52.1 (January 1987): 3-16. (Bound)

Piper, William Bowman. "Poetic Immediacy in Chaucer and Dryden." Texas Studies in Literature
and Language 30.4 (Winter 1988): 478-495. (Bound)

Pearcy, Roy J. "Chaucer's 'Nun's Priest's Tale,' VII. 3218." Names 37.1 (March 1989): 69-73. (Bound)
Oerlemans, Onno. "The Seriousness of the Nun's Priest's Tale." Chaucer Review 26.3 (1992): 317-28.
(Bound)


1994-1998

Fehrenbacher, Richard W. "'A yeerd Enclosed Al aboute': Literature and History in the Nun's Priest's

Tale." Chaucer Review 29.2 (1994): 134-148. (Bound)

Chapin, Arthur. "Morality Ovidized: Sententiousness and the Aphoristic Moment in the Nun's Priest's
Tale." Yale Journal of Criticism 8.1 (Spring 1995): 7-33. (Bound)

Camargo, Martin. "Rhetorical Ethos and the 'Nun's Priest's Tale'." Comparative Literature Studies
33.2 (1996): 173-86. (Bound)

Finlayson, John. "The 'Povre Widwe' in the Nun's Priest's Tale and Boccaccio's Decameron."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 99.3 (1998): 269-73. (Bound)

Pardoner's Tale

1976-1980 | 1981-1983 | 1984-1989 | 1990-1991 | 1992-1993 | 1995-2001

1976-1980

Jungman, Robert E. "The Pardoner's Quarrel with the Host." Philological Quarterly 55 (1976):

279-81. (Bound)

Luengo, A. "Audience and Exempla in the Pardoner's Prologue and Tale." Chaucer Review 11
(1976): 1-10. (Bound)

Morgan, Gerald. "The Self-Revealing Tendencies of Chaucer's Pardoner." Modern Language Review
71 (1976): 241-255. (Bound)

Patterson, Lee W. "Chaucerian Confession: Penitential Literature and the Pardoner." Medievalia et
Humanistica 7 (1976): 153-73. ((D111 .M49x no. 7 Main)

Peterson, Joyce E. "With Feigned Flattery: The Pardoner as Vice." Chaucer Review 10 (1976): 326-36.
(Bound)

Cespedes, Frank V. "Chaucer's Pardoner and Preaching." ELH 44 (1977): 1-18. (Microforms, Jstor)
Dias-Ferreira, Julia. "Another Portuguese Analogue of Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 11
(1977): 258-60. (Bound)

Bolton, W. F. "Structural Meaning in The Pardoner's Tale and The Nun's Priest's Tale." Language and
Style 11 (1978): 201-211. (Bound)

McAlpine, Monica E. "The Pardoner's Homosexuality and How It Matters." PMLA 95 (1980): 8-122
. (Bound)

1981-1983

Beidler, Peter G. Noah and the Old Man in the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 15.3 (Winter 1981):

250-254. (Bound)

Beidler, Peter G. "The Plague and Chaucer's Pardoner." Chaucer Review 16.3 (Winter 1982): 257-269.
(Bound)

Noll, Dolores L. "The Serpent and the Sting in the Pardoner's Prologue and Tale." Chaucer Review 17.2
(Fall 1982): 159-162. (Bound)

Stevens, Martin and Kathleen Falvey. "Substance, Accident, a and Transformation: A Reading of The
Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 17.2 (Fall 1982): 142-158 . (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "'A Culpa et a Poema': Christ's Pardon and the Pardoner's Tale." Neuphilologische
Mitteilungen 83.4 (1982): 439-442. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "The Pardoner's Invitation: Quaestor's Bag or Becket's Shrine?" PMLA 97.5 (October
1982): 810-81. (Bound)

Erickson, Jon. "Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale as Anti-Marchen." Folklore 94.2 (1983): 235-239. (Bound)
Hallissy, Margaret. "Poison Lore and Chaucer's Pardoner." Massachusetts Studies in English 9.1
(1983): 54-63. (Bound)

Merrix, Robert P. "Sermon Structure in the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 17.3 (1983):
235-49. (Bound)

Pearsall, Derek. "Chaucer's Pardoner: The Death of a Salesman." Chaucer Review 17.4 (Spring 1983):
358-365. (Bound)


1984-1989

Collette, Carolyn P. "'Ubi Peccaverant, Ibi Punirentur': The Oak Tree and the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer

Review 19.1 (1984): 39-45. (Bound)

Grennen, Joseph E. "The Pardoner, the Host, and the Depth of Chaucerian Insult." English Language
Notes 25.2 (December 1987): 18-24. (Bound)

Higuchi, Masayiki. "On the Integration of the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 22.2 (1987):
161-69. (Bound)

Dinshaw, Carolyn. "Eunuch Hermeneutics." ELH 55.1 (Spring 1988): 27-51. (Microforms)
Harwood, Britton J. "Chaucer's Pardoner: The Dialectics of Inside and Outside." Philological Quarterly
67.4 (Fall 1988): 409-422. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "Lady Clare's Will and the Pardoner's Hundred Marks." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen
89.1 (1988): 57-62. (Bound)

Baumlin, Tita French. "Theology and Discourse in the Pardoner's Tale, the Parson's Tale, and the Retraction."
Renascence 41.3 (Spring 1989): 127-142. (Bound)

Fletcher, Alan J. "The Preaching of the Pardoner." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 15-35.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 11 Main)

Vance, Eugene. "Chaucer's Pardoner: Relics, Discourse, and Frames of Propriety." New Literary History
20.3 (Spring 1989): 723-745. (Bound)

Wenzel, Siegfried. "Chaucer's Pardoner and His Relics." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 37-41.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 11 Main)


1990-1991

Boenig, Robert. "Musical Irony in the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 24.3 (1990): 253-58. (Bound)
Bowers, John M. "'Dronkenesse Is Ful of Stryvying': Alcoholism and Ritual Violence in Chaucer's

Pardoner's Tale." ELH 47.4 (Winter 1990): 757-84. (Microforms, Jstor)

Fletcher, Alan J. "The Topical Hypocrisy of Chaucer's Pardoner." Chaucer Review 25.2 (1990):
110-26. (Bound)

Purdon, J. O. "The Pardoner's Old Man and Leviticus 19.32." English Language Notes 28.2 (December
1990): 1-15. (Bound)

Dillon, Janette. "Chaucer's Game in the Pardoner's Tale." Essays in Criticism 41.3 (July 1991): 208-21.
(Bound)

Kamowski, William. "'Coillons,' Relics, Skepticism and Faith on Chaucer's Road to Canterbury: An
Observation on the Pardoner's and the Host's Confrontation." English Language Notes 28.4 (June
1991): 1-8. (Bound)

Merrill, Charles and Mary Hamel. "The Analogues of the Pardoner's Tale and a New African Version."
Chaucer Review 26.2 (1991): 175-83. (Bound)

Montelaro, Janet J. "The Pardoner's Self-Reflexive Peyne: Textual Abuse of The First Epistle to Timothy."
South Central Review 8.4 (Winter 1991): 6-16. (Bound)

Owley, Steven. "Chaucer's 'The Pardoner's Tale.'" Explicator 49.4 (Summer 1991): 204. (Microforms)

1992-1993

Burger, Glenn. "Kissing the Pardoner." PMLA 107.5 (October 1992): 1143-1156. (Bound)
Finnegan, Robert Emmett. "Bovine (E)sc(h)atology: Papal Bulles Assoilling in The Pardoner's Prologue

and Tale." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 93.3-4. (1992): 303-12. (Bound)

Matsuda, Takami. "Death, Prudence, and Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale." Journal of English and Germanic
Philology 91.3 (July 1992): 313-24. (Bound)

Purdon, L. O. "The Pardoner's Old Man and the Second Death." Studies in Philology 89.3 (Summer
1992): 334-49. (Bound)

Thum, Maureen. "Frame and Fictive Voice in Chaucer's 'The Pardoner's Tale' and Kipling's 'The King's
Ankus'." Philological Quarterly 71.3 (Summer 1992): 261-79. (Bound)

Aspinall, Dana E. "'I Wol Thee Telle Al Plat': Poetic Influence and Chaucer's Pardoner." University of
Massachusetts Studies in English 11-12 (1993-1995): 230-42. (PR5 .M6 v. 11/12 Main)

Maxfield, David K. "St. Mary Rouncivale, Charing Cross: The Hospital of Chaucer's Pardoner." Chaucer
Review 28.2 (1993): 148-163. (Bound)

Sheneman, Paul. "The Tongue as a Sword: Psalms 56 and 63 and the Pardoner." Chaucer Review 27.4
(1993): 396-400. (Bound)

1995-2001

Gross, Gregory W. "Trade Secrets: Chaucer, the Pardoner, the Critics." Modern Language Studies 25.4

(Fall 1995): 1-36. (Bound)

Braswell, Mary Flowers. "Chaucer's Palimpsest: Judas Iscariot and the Pardoner's Tale." Chaucer Review
29.3 (1995): 303-10. (Bound)

Evans, Robert C. "Nashe's 'Choise' and Chaucer's Pardoner." American Notes & Queries 9.4
(Fall 1996): 21-24. (Bound)

Reiff, Raychel Haugrud. "Chaucer's The Pardoner's Tale, 855-58." Explicator 57.4 (Summer
1999): 195-197. (Microforms)

Whitaker, Mueiel. "The Chaucer Chest and the Pardoner's Tale: Didacticism in Narrative Art." Chaucer
Review 34.2 (1999): 174-89. (Bound)

Allen,Elizabeth. "The Pardoner in the 'Dogges Boure" : Early Reception of The Canterbury Tales."
Chaucer Review 36.2 (2001): 91-127.(Unbound)
Patterson, Lee. "Chaucer's Pardoner on the Couch: Psyche and Clio in Medieval Literary Studies."
Speculum 76.3 (July 2001): 638-80. (Unbound)

Parson's Tale

1976-1986 | 1989-1999

1976-1985

Brown, Emerson, Jr. "The Poet's Last Words: Text and Meaning at the End of the Parson's Prologue."

Chaucer Review 10 (1976): 236-42. (Bound)

Patterson, Lee W. "The 'Parson's Tale' and the Quitting of the Canterbury Tales." Traditio 34 (1978):
331-380. (D111. T7 v. 32 Main)

Correale, Robert M. "The Sources of Some Patristic Quotations in Chaucer's The Parson's Tale." English
Language Notes 19.2 (December 1981): 95-98. (Bound)

Grennan, Eamon. "Dual Characterization: A Note on Chaucer's Use of 'but' in the Portrait of the Parson."
Chaucer Review 16.3 (Winter 1982): 195-200. (Bound)

Shaw, Judith. "Corporeal and Spiritual Homicide, the Sin of Wrath, and the 'Parson's Tale.'" Traditio 38
(1982): 281-300. (D111 .T7 v. 38 1982 Main)

Wenzel, Siegfried. "Notes on the Parson's Tale." Chaucer Review 16.3 (Winter 1982): 237-256. (Bound)
Glowka, Arthur Wayne. "Chaucer's Parson and the Devil's Other Hand." Interpretations 14.2 (Spring
1983): 15-19. (Bound)

Rudat, Wolfgang E. H. "Chaucer's 'The Parson's Tale.'" Explicator 42.1 (Fall 1983): 6-8. (Microforms)
Taylor, Paul Beekman. "The Parson's Amyable Tongue." English Studies 64.5 (October 1983): 401-409.
(Bound)

Olmert, Michael. "The Parson's Ludic Formula for Winning on the Road (to Canterbury)." Chaucer
Review 20.2 (1985): 158-168. (Bound)


1989-1999

Baumlin, Tita French. "Theology and Discourse in The Pardoner's Tale, the Parson's Tale, and the

Retraction." Renascence 41.3 (Spring 1989): 127-142. (Bound)

Bestul, Thomas H. "Chaucer's Parson's Tale and the Late-Medieval Tradition of Religious Meditation."
Speculum 64.3 (July 1989): 600-619. (Bound, Jstor)

Dean, James. "Chaucer's Repentance: A Likely Story." Chaucer Review 24.1 (1989): 64-76. (Bound)
Bestul, Thomas H. "Chaucer's Parson's Tale and the Late-Medieval Tradition of Religious Meditation."
Speculum 64.3 (July 1989): 600-61. (Microforms)

Kelly, H. Ansgar. "Shades of Incest and Cuckoldry: Pandarus and John of Gaunt." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 13 (1991): 121-140. (PR1901 .S88 v. 13 Main)

Owen, Charles A., Jr. "What the Manuscripts Tell Us about the Parson's Tale." Medium Aevum 63.2
(1994): 239-49. (Bound, Expanded Academic Index)

Harding, Wendy. "The Function of Pity in Three Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 32.2 (1997):
162-74. (Bound)

Pigg, Daniel F. "Figuring Subjectivity in Piers Plowman C, The Parson's Tale, and Retraction: Authorial
Insertion and Identity Poetics." Style 31.3 (Fall 1997): 428-39. (Microforms)

McTague, Michael. "Selecting the 'Best' in Chaucer for a Brief Survey Course." Chaucer Review 33.3
(1999): 316-28.(Bound)

Youngs, Deborah. "The Parson's Tale: A Newly Discovered Fragment." Chaucer Review 34.2 (1999):
207-16. (Bound)

Physician's Tale

1976-1986 | 1987-2000

1976-1986

Mandel, Jerome H. "Governance in The Physician's Tale." Chaucer Review 10 (1976): 316-25. (Bound)
Waller, Martha S. "The Physician's Tale: Geoffrey Chaucer and Fray Juan Garcia de Castrojeriz."

Speculum 51 (1976): 292-306. (Bound)

Kinney, Thomas L. "The Popular Meaning of Chaucer's Physician's Tale." Literature & Psychology 28
(1978): 76-84. (Microforms)

Brown, Emerson, Jr. "What Is Chaucer Doing with the Physician and His Tale?" Philological Quarterly
60.2 (Spring 1981): 129-149. (Bound)

Benson, C. David. "The Astrological Medicine of Chaucer's Physician and Nicholas of Lynn's
Kalendarium." American Notes & Queries 22.5-6 (January-February 1984): 62-66. (Bound)

Kempton, Daniel. "The Physician's Tale: The Doctor of Physic's Diplomatic 'Cure'." Chaucer Review
19.1 (1984): 24-38. (Bound)

Kupersmith, William. "Chaucer's Physician's Tale and the Tenth Satire of Juvenal." English Language
Notes 24.2 (December 1986): 20-23. (Bound)


1987-2000

Lee, Brian S. "The Position and Purpose of the Physician's Tale." Chaucer Review 22.2 (1987): 141-60.

(Bound)

Renn, George A., III. "Chaucer's Doctour of Phisik." Explicator 45.2 (Winter 1987): 4-5. (Microforms)
Robertson, D. W., Jr. "The Physician's Comic Tale." Chaucer Review 23.2 (1988): 129-139. (Bound)
Bloch, R. Howard. "Chaucer's Maiden's Head: 'The Physician's Tale' and the Poetics of Virginity."
Representations 28 (Fall 1989): 113-134. (Bound, Jstor)

Harley, Marta Powell. "Last Things First in Chaucer's Physician's Tale: Final Judgment and the Worm of
Conscience." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 91.1 (January 1992): 1-16. (Bound)

Hirsh, John C. "Modern Times: The Discourse of the Physician's Tale." Chaucer Review 27.4 (1993):
387-95. (Bound)

Fletcher, Angus. "The Sentencing of Virginia in The Physician's Tale." Chaucer Review 34.3 (2000):
300-308. (Bound)

Plowman's Tale

Costomiris, Robert. "The Yoke of Canon: Chaucerian Aspects of The Plowman's Tale." Philological
Quarterly 71.2 (Spring 1991): 185-98. (Bound)

Prioress's Tale

1977-1982 | 1984-1990 |1991-2001

1977-1982

Friedman, Albert B. "The Mysterious 'Greyn' in the Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 11 (1977): 328-33.

(Bound)

Moorman, Charles. "The Prioress as Pearly Queen." Chaucer Review 13 (1978): 25-33. (Bound)
Collette, Carolyn P. "Sense and Sensibility in the Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 15 (1980): 138-50.
(Bound)

Hamel, Mary. "And Now for Something Completely Different: The Relationship between the Prioress's
Tale and the Rime of Sir Thopas." Chaucer Review 14 (1980): 251-59. (Bound)

Jacobs, Edward Craney. "Further Biblical Allusions for Chaucer's Prioress." Chaucer Review 15
(1980): 151-54. (Bound)

Ferris, Summer. "Chaucer at Lincoln (1981): The Prioress's Tale as a Political Poem." Chaucer Review
15.4 (Spring 1981): 295-321. (Bound)

Maltman, Sister Nicholas. "The Divine Granary, or the End of the Prioress's 'Greyn.'" Chaucer Review
17.2 (Fall 1982): 163-70. (Bound)


1984-1990

Archer, John. "The Structure of Anti-Semitism in the Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 19.1 (1984):

46-54. (Bound)

Gaylord, Alan T. "The 'Miracle' of Sir Thopas." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 6 (1984): 65-84.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 6 Main)

Rex, Richard. "Chaucer and the Jews." Modern Language Quarterly 45.2 (June 1984): 107-22. (Bound)
Fleissner, Robert F. "That Oath of the Prioress." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 86.2 (1985): 197-198.
(Bound)

Rex, Richard. "Pastiche as Irony in the Prioress's Prologue and Tale." Studies in Short Fiction 23.1
(Winter 1986): 1-8. (Bound)

Rex, Richard. "Wild Horses, Justice, and Charity in the Prioress's Tale." Papers on Language and
Literature 22.4 (Fall 1986): 339-351. (Bound)

Condren, Edward I. "The Prioress: A Legend of Spirit, a Life of Flesh." Chaucer Review 23.3 (1989):
192-218. (Bound)

Dane, Joseph A. "The Prioress and Her Romanzen." Chaucer Review 24.3 (1990): 219-22.
(Bound)


1991-2001

Frank, Hardy Long. "Seeing the Prioress Whole." Chaucer Review 25.3 (1991): 229-37. (Bound)
Zitter, Emmy Stark. "Anti-Semitism in Chaucer's Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 25.4 (1991): 277-84.

(Bound)

Ferris, Sumner. "Venus and the Virgin: The Proem to Book III of Chaucer's Troilys and Criseyde as a
Model for the Prologue to the Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 27.3 (1993): 252-59. (Bound)

Pigg, Daniel F. "Refiguring Martyrdom: Chaucer's Prioress and Her Tale." Chaucer Review 29. 1(1994):
65-73. (Bound)

Oliver, Kathleen M. "Singing Bread, Manna, and the Clergeon's 'Greyn'." Chaucer Review 31.4 (1997):
357-64. (Bound)

Russell, J. Stephen. "Song and the Ineffable in the Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 33.2 (1998): 176-89.
(Bound)

Boenig, R. "Alma redemptoris Mater, Gaude Maria, and The Prioress's Tale." Notes & Queries 46.3
(September 1999): 321-326. (Bound)

Besserman, Lawrence. "Ideology, Antisemitism, and Chaucer's Prioress's Tale." Chaucer Review 36.1
(2001): 48-72. (Unbound,
Expanded Academic Index)
O'Brien, Timothy D. "Seductive Violence and Three Chaucerian Women." College Literature 28.2
(Spring 2001): 178-196. (Expanded Academic Index, Unbound)

Patterson, Lee. "'the Living Witness of Our Redemption': Martyrdom and Imitation in Chaucer's Prioress's
Tale." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 31.3 (Fall 2001): 507-60. (Unbound)

Calabrese, Michael. "Performing the Prioress: 'Conscience' and Responsibility in Studies of Chaucer's
Prioress's Tale." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 44.1 (Spring 2002): 66-91. (Unbound)

Rothwell, W. "Stratford ate Bowe Re-visited." Chaucer Review 36.2 (2001): 184-207. (Unbound)

Reeve's Tale

1977-1989 | 1990-2001

1977-1989

Herzman, Ronald. "Millstones: An Approach to the Man of Law's Tale and the Reeve's Tale."

English Record 27.2 (1977): 18-21, 26 . (Microforms)

Browne, Peter. "The Containment of Symkyn: The Function of Space in the Reeve's Tale." Chaucer
Review 14 (1980): 225-36. (Bound)

Heffernan, Carol Falvo. "A Reconsideration of the Cask Figure in the Reeve's Prologue." Chaucer
Review 15 (1980): 37-43. (Bound)

Richer, Carol F. "The Fablaiu: Chaucer to Barth and Back Again." Ball State University Forum 23.2
(Spring 1982): 46-52. (Bound)

Fletcher, Alan J. "Chaucer's Norfolk Reeve." Medium Aevum 52.1 (1983): 100-103. (Bound)
Vasta, Edward. "How Chaucer's Reeve Succeeds." Criticism 25.1 (Winter 1983): 1-12. (Bound)
Grennen, Joseph E. "The Calculating Reeve and His Camera Obscura." Journal of Medieval and
Renaissance Studies 14.2 (Fall 1984): 245-59. (Bound)

Harley, Marta Powell. "The Reeve's 'Foure Gleedes' and St. Fursey's Vision of the Four Fires of the
Afterlife." Medium Aevum 56.1 (1987): 85-89. (Bound)

Moore, Bruce. "The Reeve's 'Rusty Blade'." Medium Aevum 58.2 (1989): 304-312. (Bound)

1990-2001

Balliet, Gay L. "The Wife in Chaucer's Reeve's Tale: Siren of Sweet Vengeance." English Language

Notes 28.1 (September 1990): 1-6. (Bound)

Baylor, Jeffrey. "The Failure of the Intellect in Chaucer's Reeve's Tale." English Language Notes 28. 1
(September 1990): 17-19. (Bound)

Feinstein, Sandy. "The Reeve's Tale: About that Horse." Chaucer Review 26.1 (1991): 99-106. (Bound)
Beidler, peter G. "The Reeve's Tale and Its Flemish analogue." Chaucer Review 26.3 (1992): 283-92.
(Bound)

Kohanski, Tamarah. "In Search of Malyne." Chaucer Review 27.3 (1993): 228-38. (Bound)
Beidler, Peter G. "Chaucer's Reeve's Tale, Boccaccio's Decameron, IX, 6, and Two 'Soft' German
Analogues." Chaucer Review 28.3 (1994): 237-51. (Bound)

Yager, Susan. "'A Whit Thyng in Hir Ye': Perception and Error in the Reeve's Tale." Chaucer Review
28.4 (1994): 393-404. (Bound)

Justman, Stewart. "The Reeve's Tale and the Honor of Men." Studies in Short Fiction 32.1 (Winter 1995):
21-27. (Bound, Microforms,Expanded Academic Index)

Smith, Charles R. "Chaucer's Reeve and St. Paul's Old Man." Chaucer Review 30.1 (1995): 101-106.
(Bound)

Woods, William F. "The Logic of Deprivation in the Reeve's Tale." Chaucer Review 30.2 (1995): 150-63.
(Bound)

Everest, Carol A. "Sex and Old Age in Chaucer's reeve's Prologue." Chaucer Review 31.2 (1996):
99-114. (Bound)

Horobin, S. C. P. "Some Spellings in Chaucer's 'Reeve's Tale.'" Notes & Queries 47.1 (March 2000):
16-18. (Bound)

Harwood, Britton J. "Psychoanalytic Politics: Chaucer and Two Peasants." ELH 8.1 (Spring 2001): 1-27.
(Microforms, Expanded Academic Index)

Horobin, S. C. P. "J.R.R. Tolkien as a Philologist: A Reconsidertion of the Northernisms in Chaucer's
Reeve's Tale." English Studies 82.2 (April 2001): 97-105. (Unbound)



Retraction

Wolfe, Matthew C. "Placing Chaucer's Retraction for a Reception of Closure." Chaucer Review 33.4
(1999): 427-31. (Bound)

McNelis, James. "Parallel Manuscript Readings in the CT Retraction and Edward of Norwich's Master of
Game." Chaucer Review 36.1 (2001): 87-90. (Unbound)


Second Nun's Tale

1977-1990 | 1992-2001

1977-1990

Hirsh, John C. "The Politics of Spirituality: The Second Nun and the Manciple." Chaucer Review 12

(1977): 129-46. (Bound)

Glasser, Marc D. "Marriage and the Second Nun's Tale." Tennessee Studies in Literature 23 (1978):
1-14. (PS1 .T43 v. 23 Main )

Reames, Sherry L. "The Sources of Chaucer's 'Second Nun's Tale'." Modern Philology 76 (1978): 111-35.
(Bound)

Eggebroten, Anne. "Laughter in the Second Nun's Tale: A Redefinition of the Genre." Chaucer Review
19.1 (1984): 55-61. (Bound)

Malina, Marilyn. "Chaucer's 'The Second Nun's Prologue and Tale.'" Explicator 43.1 (Fall 1984): 3-4.
(Microforms)

Reames, Sherry L. "A Recent Discovery Concerning the Sources of Chaucer's 'Second Nun's Tale.'"
Modern Philology 87.4 (May 1990): 337-361. (Bound)


1992-2001

Johnson, Lynn Stale. "Chaucer's Tale of the Second Nun and the Strategies of Dissent." Studies in

Philology 89.3 (Summer 1992): 314-33. (Bound)

Longsworth, Robert M. "Privileged Knowledge: St. Cecilia and the Alchemist in the Canterbury Tales."
Chaucer Review 27.1 (1992): 87-96. (Bound)

Jankowski, Eileen S. "Reception of Chaucer's Second Nun's Tale: Osbern Bokenham's Lyf of S. Cycyle."
Chaucer Review 30.3 (1996): 306-18. (Bound)

Astell, Ann W. "Chaucer's 'St. Anne Trinity': Devotion, Dynasty, Dogma, and Debate." Studies in
Philology 94 (Fall 1997): 395-416. (Bound)

Weise, Judith A. "Chaucer's Tell-Tale Lexicon: Romancing Seinte Cecyle." Style 31.3 (Fall 1997):
440-79. (Microforms)

Summit, Jennifer. "Topography as Historiography: Petrarch, Chaucer, and the Making of Medieval Rome."
Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 30.2 (Spring 2000): 211-246. (Bound)

Jankowski, Eileen S. "Chaucer's Second Nun's Tale and the Apocalytic Imagination." Chaucer
Review 36.2 (2001): 128-48. (Unbound)

Shipman's Tale

1977-1983 | 1985-2001

1977-1983

Abraham, David H. "Cosyn and Cosynage: Pun and Structure in The Shipman's Tale." Chaucer Review

11 (1977): 319-27. (Bound)

Keiser, George R. "Language and Meaning in Chaucer's Shipman's Tale." Chaucer Review 12
(1977): 147-61. (Bound)

Scattergood, V. J. "The Originality of the Shipman's Tale." Chaucer Review11 (1977): 210-31. (Bound)
Schneider, Paul Stephen. "'Taillynge Ynough': The Function of Money in the Shipman's Tale." Chaucer
Review 11 (1977): 201-09. (Bound)

Nicholson, Peter. "The 'Shipman's Tale' and the Fabliaux." ELH 45 (1978): 583-96. (Microforms, Jstor)
Yots, Michael. "Chaucer's Shipman's Tale." Explicator 36.4 (1978): 23-24. (Microforms)
Coletti, Theresa. "The Mulier Fortis and Chaucer's Shipman's Tale." Chaucer Review 15.3 (Winter 1981):
26-249. (Bound)

Martin, Wallace and Nick Conrad. "Formal Analysis of Traditional Fictions." Papers on Language and
Literature 17.1 (Winter 1981): 3-22. (Bound)

Ferris, Sumner. "'His Barge Ycleped Was the Maudelayne': Canterbury Tales A 410." Names 31.3
(September 1983): 207-210. (Bound)

Joseph, Gerhard. "Chaucer's Coinage: Foreign Exchange and the Puns of the Shipman's Tale." Chaucer
Review 17.4 (Spring 1983): 341-357. (Bound)

Adams, Robert. "The Concept of Debt in The Shipman's Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 6 (1984):
85-102. (PR1901 .S88 v. 6 Main)


1985-2001

Hermann, John P. "Dismemberment, Dissemination, Discourse: Sign and Symbol in the Shipman's Tale."

Chaucer Review 19.4 (1985): 302-337. (Bound)

Braswell, Mary Flowers. "Chaucer's 'queinte termes of lawe': A Legal View of the Shipman's Tale."
Chaucer Review 22.4 (1988): 295-304. (Bound)

Woods, William F. "A Professional Thyng: The Wife as Merchant's Apprentice in the Shipman's Tale."
Chaucer Review 24.2 (1989): 139-149. (Bound)

Green, Richard Firth. "Chaucer's Shipman's Tale, Lines 138-41." Chaucer Review 26.1 (1991): 95-98.
(Bound)

Mandel, Jerome. "The Shipman's Tale: VII, 204." Philological Quarterly 70.1 (Winter 1991): 99-102.
(Bound)

Fowler, Elizabeth. "Misogyny and Economic Person in Skelton, Langland, and Chaucer." Spenser Studies
10 (1992): 245-73. (PR2562 .A45 v. 10 Main)

Thormann, Janet. "The Circulation of Desire in the 'Shipman's Tale'." Literature and Psychology 39.3
(1993): 1-15. (Microforms)

Winnick, R. H. "Luke 12 and Chaucer's Shipman's Tale." Chaucer Review 30.2 (1995): 164-190.
(Bound)

Ganim, John M. "Double Entry in Chaucer's Shipman's Tale: Chaucer and Bookkeeping before Pacioli."
Chaucer Review 30.3 (1996): 294-305. (Bound)

O'Brien, Timothy D. "Seductive Violence and Three Chaucerian Women." College Literature 28.2
(Spring 2001): 178-196. (Expanded Academic Index)

Squire's Tale

1977-1988 | 1989-2001

1977-1988

Fehrenbach, Robert J. "The Chivalric Tradition and the Red and White Gown of Chaucer's Squire."

English Language Notes 15 (1977): 4-7. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "The Tercelet as Tiger: Bestiary Hypocrisy in the Squire's Tale." English Language Notes
14 (1977): 172-174. (Bound)

DiMarco, Vincent. "A Note on Canacee's Magic Ring." Anglia 99.3-4 (1981): 399-405. (Bound)
Goodman, Jennifer R. "Chaucer's Squire's Tale and the Rise of Chivalry." Studies in the Age of Chaucer
5 (1983): 127-136. (PR1901 .S88 v. 5 Main)

Middleton, Anne. "War by Other Means: Marriage and Chivalry in Chaucer." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 1 (1984): 119-133. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

David, Alfred. "Recycling Anelida and Arcite: Chaucer as s Source for Chaucer." Studies in the Age of
Chaucer 7 (1985): 105-115. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Seaman, David M. "'The Wordes of the Frankeleyn to the Squier': An Interruption?" English Language
Notes 24.1 (September 1986): 12-18. (Bound)

Jordan, Carmel. "Soviet Archeology and the Setting of the Squire's Tale." Chaucer Review 22.2 (1987):
128-40. (Bound)

Fyler, John M. "Domesticating the Exotic in the Squire's Tale." ELH 55.1 (Spring 1988): 1-26.
(Microforms, Jstor)


1989-2001

Seymour, M. C. "Some Satiric Pointers in the Squire's Tale." English Studies 70.4 (August 1989):

311-314. (Bound)

Sharon-Zisser, Shirley. "The Squire's Tale and the Limits of Non-Mimetic Fiction." Chaucer Review 26.4
(1992): 377-94. (Bound)

Hardman, Phillipa. "Chaucer's Man of Sorrows: Secular Images of Pity in The Book of the Duchess, The
Squire's Tale, and Troilus and Criseyde." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 93.2 (April 1994): 204-27. (Bound)

Lynch, Kathryn L. "East Meets West in Chaucer's Squire's and Franklin's Tales." Speculum 70.3 (July
1995): 530-551. (Jstor)

DiMarco, Vincent. "Supposed Satiric Pointers in Chaucer's Squire's Tale." English Studies 78.4 (July
1997): 330-34. (Bound)

Kamowski, William. "Trading the 'Knotte' for Loose Ends: The Squire's Tale and the Poetics of
Chaucerian Fragments." Style 31.3 (Fall 1997): 391-412. (Microforms)

Stubblefield, Jay. "A Note on Spenser's Faerie Queene IV and Chaucer's Squire's Tale." English
Language Notes 361. (September 1998): 9-10. (Bound)

Dane, Joseph A. "'Tyl Mercurious House He Flye': Early Printed Texts and Critical Readings of the Squire's Tale." Chaucer Review 34.3 (2000): 309-16. (Bound)
Berry, Craig A. "Flying Sources: Classical Authority in Chaucer's Squire's Tale." ELH 68.2 (Summer
2001): 287-313. (Microforms)

Summoner's Tale

1976-1989 | 1990-1999

1976-1989

Clark, Roy Peter. "Doubting Thomas in Chaucer's Summoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 11 (1976):

164-78. (Bound)

Clark, Roy Peter. "Wit and Whitsunday in Chaucer's Summoner's Tale." Annuale Mediaevale 17 (1976):
48-57. (D111 .A55 Main)

Pratt, Robert A. "Albertus Magnus and the Problem of Sound and Odor in the Summoner's Tale."
Philological Quarterly 57 (1978): 267-78. (Bound)

Wentersdorf, Karl P. "The Motif of Exorcism in the Summoner's Tale." Studies in Short Fiction
17 (1980): 249-54. (Bound, Microforms)

Lancashire, Ian. "Moses, Elijah and the Back Parts of God: Satiric Scatology in Chaucer's Summoner's
Tale." Mosaic 14.3 (Summer 1981): 17-30. (Bound)

Gallacher, Patrick. "The Summoner's Tale and Medieval Attitudes towards Sickness." Chaucer Review
21.2 (1986): 200-12. (Bound)

Allen, David G. "Death and Staleness in the 'Son-Less' World of the Summoner's Tale." Studies in Short
Fiction 24.1 (Winter 1987): 1-8. (Bound, Microforms)

Wright, Stephen K. "Jankyn's Boethian Learning in the Summoner's Tale." English Language Notes
26.1 (September 1988): 4-7. (Bound)


1990-1999

Malone, Edward A. "Chaucer's 'Summoner's Tale'." Explicator 47.4 (Summer 1989): 4-5. (Microforms)
Andreas, James. "'Newe Science' from 'Olde Bokes': A Bakhtinian Approach to the Summoner's Tale."

Chaucer Review 23 (1990): 138-151. (Bound)

O'Brien, Timothy D. "'Ars-Metrik': Science, Satire and Chaucer's Summoner." Mosaic 23.4 (Fall 1990):
1-22. (Bound)

Brasswell-Means, Laurel. "A New Look at an Old Patient: Chaucer's Summoner and Medieval
Physiognomia." Chaucer Review 25.3 (1991): 266-75. (Bound)

Finnegan, Robert Emmett. "The Wife's Dead Child and Friar John: Parallels and Oppositions in 'The
Summoner's Tale." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 92.4 (1991): 457-62. (Bound)

Harwood, Britton J. "Chaucer on 'Speche': House of Fame, the Friar's Tale and the Summoner's Tale."
Chaucer Review 26.4 (1992): 343-49. (Bound)

Hanks, D. Thomas, Jr. "'Savour,' Chaucer's 'Summoner's Tale,' and Matthew 5:13." English Language
Notes 31.3 (March 1994): 25-29. (Bound)

Pulsiano, Phillip. "The Twelve-Spoked Wheel of the Summoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 29.4 (1995):
382-89. (Bound)

Hasenfratz, Robert. "The Science of Flatulence: Possible Sources for the Summoner's Tale." Chaucer
Review 30.3 (1996): 241-61. (Bound)

Olson, Glending. "On the Significance of Saint Simon in the Summoner's Tale." Chaucer Review 33.1
(1998): 60-65. (Bound)

Harper, S. "The Summoner's Jankyn as an Artificial Fool." Notes & Queries 46.1 (March 1999): 12-14.
(Bound)

Tale of Melibee

1978-1989 | 1990-2000

1978-1989

Bornstein, Diane. "Chaucer's Tale of Melibee as an Example of the Style Clergical." Chaucer Review 12

(1978): 236-54. (Bound)

Marks, Herbert. "Poetic Purpose in the Tale of Melibee." Massachusetts Studies in English 8.3 (1982):
50-55. (Bound)

Farrell, Thomas J. "Chaucer's' Little Treatise, the Melibee." Chaucer Review 20.1 (1985): 61-67. (Bound)

McDonald, Craig. "John Ireland's Meruore of Wyssdome and Chaucer's Tale of Melibee." Studies in
Scottish Literature 21 (1986): 23-34. (Bound)

Matthews, Lloyd J. "The Date of Chaucer's Melibee and the Stages of the Tale's Incorporation in the
Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 20.3 (1986): 221-23. (Bound)

Kempton, Daniel. "Chaucer's Tale of Melibee: 'A litel thing in prose'." Genre 21.3 (Fall 1988): 263-78.
(Bound)

Patterson, Lee. "'What Man Artow?': Authorial Self-Definition in The Tale of Sir Thopas and The Tale of
Melibee." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 117-175. (PR1901 .S88 v. 11 Main)

Waterhouse, Ruth and Gwen Griffiths. "'Sweete Wordes' of Non-Sense: The Deconstruction of the Moral
Melibee." Chaucer Review 23.4 (1989): 338-361; 24.1 (1989): 53-63. (Bound)


1990-2000

Johnson, Lynn Staley. "Inverse Counsel: Contexts for the Melibee." Studies in Philology 87.2 (Spring

1990): 137-155. (Bound)

Daileader, Celia R. "The Thopas-Melibee Sequence and the Defeat of Antifeminism." Chaucer Review
29.1 (1994): 26-39. (Bound)

Anderson, Judith H. "Prudence and her Silence: Spenser's Use of Chaucer's Melibee.' ELH 62.1 (Spring
1995): 29-46. (Microforms)

Collette, Carolyn P. "Heeding Cousel of Prudence: A Context for the Melibee." Chaucer Review 29.4
(1995): 416-33. (Bound)

Hartman, Ronald. "Boethian Parallels in the Tale of Melibee." English Studies 79.2 (March 1998):
166-70. (Unbound)

Foster, Edward E. "Has Anyone Here Read Melibee?" Chaucer Review 34.4 (2000): 398-409. (Bound)

Tale of Sir Thopas

Hamel, Mary. "And Now for Something Completely Different: The Relationship between the Prioress's
Tale and the Rime of Sir Thopas." Chaucer Review 14 (1980): 251-59. (Bound)
Burton, T. L. "Chaucer's 'Tale of Sir Thopas.'" Explicator 40.4 (Summer 1982): 6. (Microforms)
Gaylord, Alan T. "The Moment of Sir Thopas: Towards a New Look at Chaucer's Language." Chaucer
Review 16.4 (Spring 1982 ): 311-329. (Bound)

Gaylord, Alan T. "The 'Miracle' of Sir Thopas." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 6 (1984): 65-84.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 6 Main)

Patterson, Lee. "'What Man Artow?': Authorial Self-Definition in The Tale of Sir Thopas and The Tale of Melibee."
Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 117-175. (PR1901 .S88 v. 11 Main)

Berry, Craig A. "Borrowed Armor/Free Grace: The Quest for Authority in The Faerie Queene 1
and Chaucer's Tale of Sir Thopas." Studies in Philology 91.2 (Spring 1994): 136-66. (Bound)

Daileader, Celia R. "The Thopas-Melibee Sequence and the Defeat of Antifeminism." Chaucer Review
29.1 (1994): 26-39. (Bound)

Dicicco, M. "The Arming of Sir Thopas Reconsidered." Notes & Queries 46.1 (March 1999): 14-16. (Bound)
Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Triadic Contexts and Structures of Chaucer's Sir Thopas." English Language
Notes 37.2 (December 1999): 1-13. (Bound)

Jones, E. A. "'Loo, Lordes myne, heere is a fit!'-The Structure of Chaucer's 'Sir Thopas'." Review of
English Studies 51 (May 2000): 248-252. (Bound)

Wife of Bath's Tale

1976-1978 | 1979-1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986-1987 | 1988-1991 | 1992-1994 | 1995-1999 | 2000-2002

1976-1978

Brown, Carole K., Marion F. Egge, and Penn R. Szittya. "The Friar's Tale and the Wife of Bath's Tale."

PMLA 91 (1976): 291-93. (Bound)

Brown, Eric D. "Transformation and the Wife of Bath's Tale: A Jungian Discussion." Chaucer Review 10
(1976): 303-16. (Bound)

Oberembt, Kenneth J. "Chaucer's Anti-Misogynist Wife of Bath." Chaucer Review 10 (1976): 287-302.
(Bound)

Sands, Donald B. "The Non-Comic, Non-Tragic Wife: Chaucer's Dame Alys as Sociopath."
Chaucer Review 12 (1977): 171-182. (Bound)

Brown, Eric D. "Symbols of Transformation: A Specific Archetypal Examination of the Wife of Bath's
Tale." Chaucer Review 12 (1978): 202-17. (Bound)

Burton, T. L. "The Wife of Bath's Fourth and Fifth Husbands and Her Ideal Sixth: The Growth of Marital
Philosophy." Chaucer Review 13 (1978): 34-50. (Bound)

Cook, James W. "That She Was Out of Alle Charitee': Point-Counterpoint in the Wife of Bath's Prologue
and Tale." Chaucer Review 13 (1978): 51-65. (Bound)

Cooke, Robert. "Another Biblical Echo in the Wife of Bath's Prologue?" English Studies 59 (1978):
390-94. (Bound)

Delasanta, Rodney. "Alisoun and the Saved Harlots: A Cozening of Our Expectations." Chaucer Review
12 (1978): 218-35. (Bound)

1979-1983

Carruthers, Mary. "Wife of Bath and the Painting of Lions." PMLA 94 (1979): 209-22. (Bound)
Hamel, Mary. "The Wife of Bath and a Contemporary Murder." Chaucer Review 14 (1979): 132-39.

(Bound)

Plummer, John F. "The Wife of Bath's Hat as Sexual Metaphor." English Language Notes 18 (1980):
89-90. (Bound)

Robertson, D. W., Jr. "'And For My Land Thus Hastow Mordred Me?' Land Tenure, the Cloth Industry
and the Wife of Bath." Chaucer Review 14 (1980): 403-20. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "Alisoun's Ear." Modern Language Quarterly 42.3 (September 1981): 219-226. (Bound)
Harris, Jocelyn. "Anne Eliot, the Wife of Bath, and Other Friends." Women and Literature 3 (1983):
273-94. (Bound)

Malvern, Marjorie M. "'Why peyntede the leon, tel me who?' Rhetorical and Didactic Roles Played by an
Aesopic Fable in the Wife of Bath's Prologue." Studies in Philology 80.3 (Summer 1983): 238-252.
(Bound)

Patterson, Lee. "'For the Wyves Love of Bathe': Feminine Rhetoric and Poetic Resolution in the Roman de
la Rose and the Canterbury Tales." Speculum 58.3 (July 1983): 656-695. (Bound, Jstor)

1984

Baird-Lange, Lorrayne Y. "Trotula's Fourteenth-Century Reputation, Jankyn's Book and Chaucer's Trot."

Studies in the Age of Chaucer 1 (1984): 245-56. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

Glasser, Marc. "'He Nedes Moste Hire Wedde': The Forced Marriage in the Wife of Bath and Its Middle
English Analogue." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 85.2 (1984): 239-241. (Bound)

Leicester, H. Marshall, Jr. "The Wife of Bath as Chaucerian Subject." Studies in the Age of Chaucer
1 (1984): 201-10. (PR1901 .S88 v. 1 Main)

Meyer, Robert J. "Chaucer's Tandem Romances: A Generic Approach to the Wife of Bath's Tale as
Palinode." Chaucer Review 18.3 (1984): 221-238. (Bound)

Quinn, Esther C. "Chaucer's Arthurian Romance." Chaucer Review 18.3 (1984): 211-220. (Bound)
Robertson, D. W., Jr. "The Wife of Bath and Midas." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 6 (1984): 1-20.
(PR1901 .S88 v. 6 Main)

1985

Carruthers, Mary. "Clerk Jankyn at Hom to Bord/With My Gossib." English Language Notes 22.3

(March 1985): 11-20. (Bound)

Fischer, Olga C. M. "Gower's Tale of Florent and Chaucer's Wife of Bath's Tale: A Stylistic Comparison."
English Studies 66.3 (June 1985): 205-225. (Bound)

Gottfried, Barbara. "Conflict and Relationship, Sovereignty and Survival: Parables of Power in the Wife of
Bath's Prologue." Chaucer Review 19.3 (1985): 202-224. (Bound)

Hanning, R. W. "Roasting a Friar, Mis-Taking a Wife, and Other Acts of Textual Harassment in Chaucer's
Canterbury Tales." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 7 (1985): 3-21. (PR1901 .S88 v. 7 Main)

Rex, Richard. "Old French Bacon and the Wife of Bath." Massachusetts Studies in English 10.2 (Fall
1985): 132-137. (Bound)

Wilson, Katharina M. "Chaucer and St. Jerome. "The Use o f'Barley' in the Wife of Bath's Prologue."
Chaucer Review 19.3 (1985): 245-251. (Bound)

1986-1987

Alford, John A. "The Wife of Bath versus the Clerk of Oxford: What Their Rivalry Means." Chaucer

Review 21.2 (1986): 108-32. (Bound)

Disbrow, Sarah. "The Wife of Bath's Old Wives' Tale." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 8 (1986):
59-71. (PR1901 .S88 v. 8 Main)

Fradenburg, Louise O. "The Wife of Bath's Passing Fancy." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 8 (1986): 31-58 .
(PR1901 .S88 v. 8 Main)

Green, Donald C. "The Semantics of Power: Maistrie and Soveraynetee in The Canterbury Tales."
Modern Philology 84.1 (August 1986): 18-23. (Bound)

Knapp, Peggy A. "Alisoun Weaves a Text." Philological Quarterly 65.3 (Summer 1986): 387-401.
(Bound)

Long, Walter C. "The Wife as Moral Revolutionary." Chaucer Review 20.4 (1986): 273-84. (Bound)
Puhvel, Martin. "The Wife of Bath's 'Remedies of Love'." Chaucer Review 20.4 (1986): 307-12. (Bound)
Crane, Susan. "Alison's Incapacity and Poetic Instability in the Wife of Bath's Tale." PMLA 102.1
(January 1987): 20-28. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "Uxor and Alison: Noah's Wife in the Flood Plays and Chaucer's Wife of Bath." Modern
Language Quarterly 48.4 (December 1987): 303-19. (Bound)

Wurtele, D. J. "Chaucer's Wife of Bath and Her distorted Arthurian Motifs." Arthurian Interpretations
2.1 (Fall 1987): 47-61. (Bound)

1988-1991

Crane, Susan. "Alison of Bath Accused of Murder: Case Dismissed." English Language Notes 25.3

(March 1988): 10-15. (Bound)

Hansen, Elaine Tuttle. "The Wife of Bath and the Mark of Adam." Women's Studies 15.4 (1988):
399-416. (Bound)

Urtele, D. J. "Chaucer's Wife of Bath and the Problem of the Fifth Husband." Chaucer Review 23.12
(1988): 117-128. (Bound)

Blamires, Alcuin. "The Wife of Bath and Lollardy." Medium Aevum 58.2 (1989): 224-242. (Bound)
Knapp, Peggy A. "Alisoun of Bathe and the Reappropriation of Tradition." Chaucer Review 24.1 (1989):
45-52. (Bound)

Laird, Edgar S. "Mars in Taurus at the Nativity of the Wife of Bath." English Language Notes 28.1
(September 1990): 16. (Bound)

Taylor, Paul Beekman. "Alice in Iceland: An Image of the Wife of Bath in Nordic Myth." Journal of
Popular Culture 24.2 (Fall 1990): 75-80. (Bound)

Green, Richard Firth. "An Analogue to the 'Marital Dilemma' in the Wife of Bath's Tale." English
Language Notes 28.4 (June 1991): 9-12. (Bound)

Ireland, Colin A. "'A Coverchief or a Calle': The Ultimate End of the Wife of Bath's Search for
Sovereignty." Neophilologus 75.1 (January 1991): 159-159. (Bound)

Storm, Melvin. "The Miller, the Virgin, and the Wife of Bath." Neophilologus 75.2 (April 1991): 291-303.
(Bound)

1992-1994

Fowler, Elizabeth. "Misogyny and Economic Person in Skelton, Langland, and Chaucer." Spenser Studies

10 (1992): 245-73. (v. 10 Main)

Lindley, Arthur. "'Vanysshed Was this Daunce, He Nyste Where': Alisoun's Absence in the Wife of Bath's
Prologue and Tale." ELH 59.1 (Spring 1992): 1-21. (Microforms, Jstor)

O'Brien, Timothy. "Troubling Waters: The Feminine and the Wife of Bath's Performance." Modern
Language Quarterly 53.4 (December 1992): 377-91. (Bound)

Tigges, Wim. "'Lat the Womman Telle Hire Tale' A Reading of the Wife of Bath's Tale." English Studies
73.2 (April 1992): 97-103. (Bound)

Aguirre, Manuel. "The Riddle of Sovereignty." Modern Language Review 88.2 (April 1993): 273-82.
(Bound)

Hodges, Laura F. "The Wife of Bath's Costumes: Reading the Subtexts." Chaucer Review 27.4 (1993):
359-76. (Bound)

Justman, Stewart. "Trade as Pudendum: Chaucer's Wife of Bath." Chaucer Review 28.4 (1994):
344-52. (Bound)

Root, Jerry. "'Space to Speke': the Wife of Bath and the Discourse of Confession." Chaucer Review
28.3 (1994): 252-74. (Bound)

Spearman, Alan. "'How He Symplicious Gallus . . .': Alison of Bath's Name-Calling, or 'The Taming of the
Shrewed'." Chaucer Review 29.2 (1994): 149-62. (Bound)

Van, Thomas A. "False Texts and Disappearing Women in the Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale."
Chaucer Review 29.2 (1994): 179-93. (Bound)

Yamamoto, Dorothy. "'Noon Ootehr Incubus but He': Lines 878-81 in the Wife of Bath's Tale." Chaucer
Review 28.3 (1994): 275-78. (Bound)

1995-1999

Lee, Brian S. "Exploitation and Excommunication in The Wife of Bath's Tale." Philological Quarterly

74.1 (Winter 1995): 17-35. (Bound)

Olson, Glending. "The Marital Dilemma in The Wife of Bath's Tale: An Unnoticed Analogue and its
Chaucerian Court Context." English Language Notes 33.1 (September 1995): 1-7 (Bound)

Brown, Carole Koepke. "Episodic Patterns and the Perpetrator: The Structure and Meaning of Chaucer's
Wife of Bath's Tale." Chaucer Review 31.1 (1996): 18-35. (Bound)

McKinley, Kathryn L. "The Silenced Knight: Questions of Power and Reciprocity in The Wife of Bath's
Tale." Chaucer Review 30. 4(1996): 359-78. (Bound)

Thomas, Susanne Sara. "What the Man of Law Can't Say: The Buried Legal Argument of The Wife of
Bath's Prologue." Chaucer Review 31.3 (1997): 256-71. (Bound)

Marchand, J. W. "Quoniam, 'Wife of Bath's Prologue', D. 608 (Chaucer, 'Canterbury Tales')."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100.1 (1999): 43-49. (Bound)

Puhvel, M. "The 'Wife of Bath's Tale'-Mirror of Her Mind (Geoffrey Chaucer, 'Canterbury Tales')."
Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 100.3 (1999): 291-300. (Unbound)

2000-2002

Beidler, Peter G. "Chaucer's Wife of Bath's 'foot mantel' and her 'hipes large'." Chaucer Review

34.4 (2000): 388-97. (Bound)

Laird, Edgar S. "The Astronomer Ptolemy and the Morality of the Wife of Bath's Prologue." Chaucer
Review 34.3 (2000): 289-99. (Bound)

Longsworth, Robert. "The Wife of Bath and the Samaritan Woman." Chaucer Review 34.4 (2000):
372-87. (Bound)

O'Brien, Timothy D. "Seductive Violence and Three Chaucerian Women." College Literature 28.2
(Spring 2001): 178-196. (Expanded Academic Index)

Terry, Michael. "Gofraidh Fionn O Dalaigh's Analogue to Geoffrey Chaucer's Wife of Bath's Tale." Notes
and Queries 48.2 (June 2001): 110-112. (Unbound)

Ingham, Patricia Clare. "Pastoral Histories: Utopia, Conquest, and the Wife of Bath's Tale." Texas Studies
in Language and Literature 44.1 (Spring 2002): 34-46. (Unbound)

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