Arthurian and Other Studies presented to Shunichi Noguchi
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294 Pages

23.4 x 15.6 cm

2 b/w, 5 line illus.

Imprint: D.S.Brewer

Arthurian and Other Studies presented to Shunichi Noguchi

Edited by Takashi Suzuki and Toshiyuki Takamiya

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Essays on Arthurian themes, on Beowulf, Chaucer and Shakespeare, and textual studies of Gower and others.
These essays for Shunichi Noguchi, by scholars from Britain, the USA and Japan, reflect his approach to English studies and his wide range of interests from Beowulf to Ulysses. The principal focus, however, is on medieval and renaissance studies: nine of the essays are on Arthurian themes, to which Professor Noguchi has devoted his academic life. There are also essays on Beowulf, Chaucer, the York miracle plays, and Shakespeare, as well as textual studies of Gower, Wulfstan, Wycliffe and Caxton.

Contributors: SHUICHI AITA, SHINSUKE ANDO, DEREK BREWER, ANTONY DICKINSON, P.J.C. FIELD, KAZUO FUKUDA, EIICHI HAYAKAWA, TADAHIRO IKEGAMI, MIKIKO ISHII, SOUJIIWASAKI, GREGORY K. JEMBER, TOMOMI KATO, EDWARD DONALD KENNEDY,TADAO KUBOUCHI, JOHN LAWLOR, KIYOKAZU MIZOBATA, GEORGE MOOR, TSUYOSHI MUKAI, YUJI NAKAO, FUMIKO OKA, YUZUYO OKUMURA, ISAMU SAITO, SHIRO SHIBA, JAN SIMKO, JUN SUDO, TAKASHI SUZUKI, TOSHIYUKI TAKAMIYA, RAYMOND P. TRIPP.
Power as a Measure of Humanism in Beowulf and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight - Raymond P Tripp Jr
Jesus, A Trickster in the York Passion Plays - Mikiko Ishii
'Greyn' of Martyrdom in Chaucer's Prioress's Tale - Isamu Saito
A Note on 'Nature' in Hamlet - Shinsuke Ando
'Allegory of Happiness' in The Merchant of Venice - Soji Iwasaki
Hamlet and 'Modesty' - Shiro Shiba
Cathleens in Yeats and Joyce: Love's Bitter Mystery - Takashi Suzuki
The Narrator's Function in The Great Gatsby - Eiichi Hayakawa
The Significance of Latin Teaching in British Education - Antony Dickinson
Hauberk and Helm in Malory's Le Morte Darthur - Derek S Brewer
Hunting, Hawking, and Textual Criticism in Malory's Morte Darthur - Peter J.C. Field
Malory's "Noble Tale of Sir Launcelot du Lake", the Vulgate Lancelot and the Post-Vulgate Roman di Graal - Edward Donald Kennedy
Chaucer and Malory: Signs of the Times - Gregory K Jember
Editor/Compositor at Work: the case of Caxton's Malory - Toshiyuki Takamiya
Modernity of the Middle English Stanzaic Romance Le Morte Arthur - Jan Simko
The Structure and Tone of the Stanzaic Morte Arthur - Tadahiro Ikegami
De Worde-s Displacement of Malory's Secularization - Tsuyoshi Mukai
Some Scribal Differences in Malory - Tomomi Kato
On the Relationship Between the Winchester Malory and Caxton's Malory - Yuji Nakao
Texts of 'Be Cynestole' in Wulfstan's Institutes of Polity - Tadao Kubouchi
Chaucer's Use of Words of Old Norse Origin - Jun Sudo
'Myn deere herte in Chaucer Troilus and Criseyde - Fumiko Oka
Negation in the Wycliffite Sermons - Shuichi Aita
Spelling Variations in Cambridge, St John's College MS. B 12 (34) - Yuzuru Okumura
Caxton's Revisions: the Game of Chess, the Mirror of the World, and Reynard the Fox - Kiyokazu Mizobata
Discourse Properties and Initial and Final When-Clauses in English Written Narratives - Kazuo Fukuda
"An impressive array of studies." YEAR'S WORK IN ENGLISH STUDIES

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9780859913805

March 1993

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Title Details

294 Pages

2.34 x 1.56 cm

2 b/w, 5 line illus.

Imprint: D.S.Brewer