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Gender nominalized: Unmanning men, disgendering women in Chaucer's "Legend of Good Women"
In the Legend, Chaucer manipulates the language of the narrator and the women, turning analytic attention toward the problem of gender categories, thereby undermining proscribed behavior and the language that represents ...
Hafa nu ond geheald husa selest: Jurisdiction and justice in "Beowulf"
Anglo-Saxon legal concepts, particularly the principles of feud and dispute resolution, have a demonstrable influence on the themes and narrative structure of Beowulf. Beowulf's three main monster fights, with Grendel, ...