JEGPJournal of English and Germanic Philology
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Klaeber ("Review of Sedgefield's 'Anglo-Saxon verse book,' " JEGP 23 [1924], pp.
Glossers and translators usually give the meaning simply as `courage'; but see Arthur Lindley's argument for a flexible approach to complexity of meaning in the poem, in `Pinning Gawain down: the misediting of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight', JEGP, 96 (1997), 26-42.
Wilson, 'Malory's naming of minor characters', JEGP, XLII (1943), 364-85, and 'Addenda on Malory's minor characters', JEGP, LV (1956), 563-87.
115-39; Mary-Ann Stouck, |A reading of the Middle English Judas', JEGP, LXXX (1981), 188-98.
Davis, |Two new sources for AElfric's Catholic Homilies', JEGP, XLI (1942), 510-13 (p.
Our one Hartleyan interpretation of the poem dates to 1936: Dorothy Waples, "David Hartley in The Ancient Mariner," JEGP 35 (1936): 337-51.
Wilson, `Malory's naming of minor characters', JEGP, 42 (1943), 364-85; `Addenda on Malory's minor characters', JEGP, 55 (1956), 563-877.
The Duchess of Newcastle's Visit to the Royal Society;" JEGP 51: 168-76.
23, 27-28), and see also Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Topographic Disaffection in Dickens' American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit," JEGP 93, No.
16) Terry Castle, "Lab'ring Bards: Birth Topoi and English Poetics 1660-1820," JEGP 78 (1979): 196.
Pfander, |Some medieval manuals of religious instruction', JEGP, XXXV (1936), 243-58; G.