To me, methought, who waited with a crowd,
There came a bark that, blowing forward, bore
King Arthur, like a modern gentleman
Of stateliest port; and all the people cried,
"Arthur is come again: he cannot die."

"Morte d'Arthur" (1842)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Arthuriana for Winter 2019

I missed this earlier in the year, but here are the contents for the Winter 2019 number of Arthuriana.

Details are based on the list from the journal's website.


Table of Contents

Introduction: Performing Emotions in the Arthurian World  
Raluca L. Radulescu 3

The Performative Function of the Socialized Body: Falling to One’s Knees in Hartmann’s Iwein and Erec  

Chloé Vondenhoff



‘Al was hi sward, wat scaetde dat?’: Emotions and Courtly Cultural Exchange in the Roman van Moriaen  
Frank Brandsma



Evadeam, Gawain, Merlin: Penitential Transformation and Unseen Truth in the ‘Dwarf Knight’ Section of the Vulgate Cycle  
Mikayla Hunter



Extreme Emotions: Sir Gawain and the Carl of Carlisle and the Danger from Within  
Raluca L. Radulescu



In Memoriam: Necrology for Dhira Mahoney  
Anita Obermeier and Georgiana Donavin



Ian Cornelius, Reconstructing Alliterative Verse: The Pursuit of a Medieval Meter  
Andrew Galloway 76

Miriam Edlich-Muth, ed., Medieval Romances Across European Borders
Leah Haught 78

Sara Harris, The Linguistic Past in Twelfth-Century Britain  
Scott Gwara 80

Geoffrey Russom, The Evolution of Verse Structure in Old and Middle English Poetry: From the Earliest Alliterative Poems to Iambic Pentameter  
Ian Cornelius 82

Judith Shoaf, ed. and trans., The Quest of the Holy Grail  
Ann McCullough 85

Alison Stones, Studies in Arthurian Illustration  
Alan Lupack 86



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