Twenty commentaries on the Middle-English poem Pearl GLOSSATOR 9 (2015): PEARL Edited by Nicola Masciandaro a Karl Steel aInnoghea: A Preface on Inexhaustibility a Karl Steel The Arbor and the Pearl: Encapsulating Meaning in aSpota a William M. Storm Pearl, Fitt II a Kevin Marti Pearl, Fitt III (amore and morea) a Piotr Spyra aPyEta: Ornament, Place, and Site a A Commentary on the Fourth Fitt of Pearl a Daniel C. Remein Meeting Oneas Maker: The Jeweler in Fitt V of Pearl a Noelle Phillips aMercy Schal Hyr Craftez KyA¾ea: Learning to Perform Re-Deeming Readings of Materiality in Pearl a James C. Staples Fitt 7: Blysse / (Envy) a Paul Megna Pearl, Fitt VIII a Kevin Marti aTher is no datea: The Middle English Pearl and its Work a Walter Wadiak Fitt X a More a Travis Neel Enough (Section XI) a Monika Otter Fitt XII: Ryght a Kay Miller Pearl, Fytt XIII a A. W. Strouse The Jerusalem Lamb of PEARL a Jane Beal Fitt 15 a Lesse aTekla Bude Out, Out, Damned Spot: Mote in Pearl and the Poems of the Pearl Manuscript a Karen Bollermann Seeing John: A Commentary on the Link Word of Pearl Fitt XVII a Karen Elizabeth Gross Theoretical Lunacy: Moon, Text, and Vision in Fitt XVIII a Bruno M. Shah a Beth Sutherland Delyt and Desire: Ways of Seeing in Pearl a Anne Baden-Daintree Fitt XX a aPayea a David Coley9 Kevin Marti, aTraditional Characteristics of the Resurrected Body in Pearl, a Viator 24 (1993): 311-35. ... observes on 52, the most influential collection of rotae is Isidore of Sevillea#39;s De natura rerum; these circular diagrams were taken to be soanbsp;...
|Title||:||Glossator 9: Pearl|
|Author||:||Karl Steel, David Coley, Daniel Remein, Jane Beal, Karen Gross, Piotr Spyra, Anne Baden-Daintree, Tekla Bude, Monika Otter, Beth Sutherland, Bruno Shah, Kevin Marti, Walter Wadiak, William Storm, Karen Bollermann, Kay Miller, James Staples, Noelle Phillips, A. Strouse|
|Publisher||:||Glossator - 2015-03-21|