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Introduction. The New Philology Comes of Age
Bloch, Ralph Howard. • S. 1-11

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New Challenges for the New Medievalism
Nichols, Stephen G.. • S. 12-38

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Reflections on The New Philology
Spiegel, Gabrielle M.. • S. 39-50

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Virgil's "Perhaps": Mythopoiesis and Cosmogony in Dante's Commedia (Remarks on Inf. 34, 106-26)
Regn, Gerhard. • S. 51-68

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Dialectic of the Medieval Course
Heller-Roazen, Daniel. • S. 69-84

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Religious Horizon and Epic Effect: Considerations on the Iliad, the Chanson de Roland, and the Nibelungenlied
Küpper, Joachim. • S. 85-99

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The Possibility of Historical Time in the Crónica Sarracina
Brownlee, Marina Scordilis. • S. 100-114

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Good Friday Magic: Petrarch's Canzoniere and the Transformation of Medieval Vernacular Poetry
Kablitz, Andreas. • S. 115-135

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The Identity of a Text
Müller, Jan-Dirk. • S. 136-150

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Conceiving the Text in the Middle Ages
Cerquiglini-Toulet, Jacqueline. • S. 151-161

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Dante's Transfigured Ovidian Models: Icarus and Daedalus in the Commedia
Brownlee, Kevin. • S. 162-180

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Ekphrasis in the Knight's Tale
Johnston, Andrew James. • S. 181-197

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Montaigne's Medieval Nominalism and Meschonnic's Ethics of the Subject
Abecassis, Jack I.. • S. 198-217

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The Pelerinage Corpus in the European Middle Ages: Processes of Retextualization Reflected in the Prologues
Peters, Ursula. • S. 218-235

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Narrative Frames of Augustinian Thought in the Renaissance: The Case of Rabelais
Losse, Deborah N.. • S. 236-248

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From Romanesque Architecture to Romance
Bloch, Ralph Howard. • S. 249-270