Volume 53, Issue 1 | March 1992

Special Issue: Tradition and Innovation in Fifteenth-Century Poetry

Introduction
Author Title
A. S. G. Edwards Tradition and Innovation in Fifteenth-Century Poetry
Articles
Author Title
Derek Pearsall Lydgate as Innovator
C. David Benson Critic and Poet: What Lydgate and Henryson Did to Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde
Julia Boffey Lydgate, Henryson, and the Literary Testament
Rita Copeland Lydgate, Hawes, and the Science of Rhetoric in the Late Middle Ages
A. C. Spearing Prison, Writing, Absence: Representing the Subject in the English Poems of Charles d'Orléans
Susanna Greer Fein Form and Continuity in the Alliterative Tradition: Cruciform Design and Double Birth in Two Stanzaic Poems
Elizabeth Archibald Tradition and Innovation in the Macaronic Poetry of Dunbar and Skelton

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