SELIM. Revista de la Sociedad Española de Lengua y Literatura Inglesa Medieval


1991· Oviedo

Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso
Universidade de Vigo – Dpto. de Filoloxía Inglesa
Facultade de Filoloxía e Traducción
Campus As Lagoas – Marcosende
E-36200 Vigo (Pontevedra)

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1 (1991)


PATRICIA SHAW. “‘Of Fish and Flesh and Tender Breede / Of Win Both White and Reede:’ Eating and Drinking in Middle English Narrative Texts.” 7-28.

DANIEL DONOGHUE. “On the Non-Integrity of Beowulf.” 29-44.

MARÍA LUISA DAÑOBEITIA. “Two Sides of a Triangle: The Beginning of Gawain’s Pentangle in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” 45-82.

CLARK COLAHAN. “Morgain the Fay and the Lady of the Lake in a Broader Mythological Context.” 83-105.

BERNARDO SANTANO MORENO. “Some Observations on the Dates and Circumstances of the Fifteenth-Century Portuguese and Castilian Translations of John Gower’s Confessio Amantis.” 106 -123.


ANDREW BREEZE. “The Virgin Mary and Romance.”124-133.

ISABEL GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ. “Destiny, Fortune and Predestination in Troilus and Criseyde.” 134-142.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “An Interview with F. C. Robinson.” 143-149.


ANDREW BREEZE. Rowland, Jenny, Early Welsh Saga Poetry: A Study and Edition of the ‘Englynion’. Pp. x + 688. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1990. 150.

ANTONIO BRAVO. Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism c.1100-c.1375: The Commentary Tradition, ed. by A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott, with the Assistance of David Wallace. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 198. 154.

ANTONIO BRAVO. Bruce Mitchell, On Old English: Selected Papers. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988. 158.

EUGENIO CONTRERAS. Calder, D.C. & Christy, T.V. (eds.): Germania: Comparative Studies in the Old Germanic Languages and Literatures. Wolfeboro: D.S. Brewer, 1988. 161.

GABRIELA GARCÍA TERUEL. Gómez Bedate, P.: Boccaccio: Decamerón. 2 vols. Siruela, Madrid, 1990. 164.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. Godden, Malcolm: The Making of Piers Plowman. Longman: London, 1990. 166.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. Jones, Charles: A History of English Phonology. Longman: London & New York, 1989. 173.


2 (1992)


LUIS IGLESIAS RÁBADE. “Beowulf: Some Examples of Binary Structures Traditionally Punctuated as Paratactic Sequences.” 6-30.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “Prayer as a Literary Device in The Battle of Maldon and in The Poem of the Cid.” 31-46.

JEFFREY J. COHEN. “The Use of Monsters and the Middle Ages.” 47-69.

FERNANDO GALVÁN. “Rewriting Anglo-Saxon: Notes on the Presence of Old English in Contemporary Literature.” 70-90.

JOSÉ MANUEL GONZÁLEZ FERNÁNDEZ DE SEVILLA. “Social Consciousness and Literary Dissent in Middle English Poetry.” 91-105.

ANTONIO LEON & JESÚS SERRANO. “Spanish References in The Canterbury Tales.” 106-141.

RUBÉN VALDÉS. “Chaucer’s Criseyde and Erudyce.” 142-153.

FERNANDO TODA. “From Sebell and The Grunye to Sevilla and La Coruña: Translating Barbour’s Bruce into Spanish.” 154-169.


JUAN C. CONDE SILVESTRE. “The Wanderer and The Seafarer: A Bibliography 1971-1991.” 170-187.


PATRICIA SHAW. “Jill Mann: Geoffrey Chaucer. Atlantic Highlands, N. J. Humanities Press International, Inc., 1991.” 188.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “Malcolm Godden & Michael Lapidge, eds: The Cambridge Companion to Old English Literature. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991.” 196.

RUBÉN VALDÉS. “Lee Patterson: Chaucer and the Subject of History. London, Routledge, 1991.” 202.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “David Burnley: The History of the English Language. A Source Book. London, Longman, 1992.” 209.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “John Burrrow & Thorlac Turville-Petre: A Book of Middle English. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 1992.” 217.


3 (1993)


ROGER LASS. “Interpreting vs. Disappearing: On Texts as Historical Objects.” 7-25.

JUAN DE LA CRUZ. “Old English Noun Declensions.” 26-42.

RICARDO MAIRAL & JAVIER MARTÍN. “Underlying Predications and Latin-Old English Translation: Two Predicates under Scrutiny.” 43-56.

MARÍA JOSÉ MORA. “The Power of the Keys: A Parallel to the Line Drawings in BL MS Stowe 994.” 57-71.

PEDRO GONZALO & ANTONIO BRAVO. “Sapientia et Fortitudo in the Anglo-Saxon Epic Heroes and in Ælfric’s English Saints.” 72-102.

JULIA FERNÁNDEZ CUESTA. “A Pragmatic Approach to the Wife of Bath’s Tale.” 103-116.

RUBÉN VALDÉS MIYARES. “The Wonder Tale Pattern of Sir Orfeo.” 117-149.


ANDREW BREEZE. “A Britonnic Etymology for Luche ‘Throw’ in Patience 230.” 150-153.

PETER JACKSON. “The Future of Old English: A Personal Essay.” 154-169.


A. BREEZE. “Murdoch, Brian (1993): Cornish Literature. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.” 170.

A. BRAVO. “Clayton, Mary (1990): The Cult of the Virgin Mary in Anglo-Saxon England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.” 173.

T. GUZMÁN. “Hogg, Richard (General Ed.): The Cambridge History of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Volume I: The Beginnings to 1066. Edited by Richard M. Hogg (1992).” 180.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “De la Cruz, Juan & Ángel Cañete (1992): Historia del inglés. (Fundamentación e historímetro). Málaga: Ediciones Edinford.” 189.

A. BRAVO. “Old and Middle English Bibliography 1992-1993.” 198.

4 (1994)


NICHOLAS JACOBS. “Conflictus Ovis et Lini. A Model for The Owl and the Nightingale.” 7-19.

JESÚS SERRANO REYES. “The Host’s Idiolect.” 20-47.

MARÍA JOSÉ LÓPEZ COUSO & ISABEL MOSKOWICH-SPIEGEL. “Some Editions of The Bruce. A Comparative Account.” 48-58.

JAVIER MARTÍN ARISTA. “Analogy in Functional Syntax.” 59-73.

ANA Mª HORNERO CORISCO. “An Analysis of the Object Position in Ancrene Wisse and the Katherine Group.” 74-93.

CATALINA MONTES MOZO & Mª PILAR FERNÁNDEZ ÁLVAREZ. “Preverbation in the Old Germanic Languages: A Research Project.” 94-120.


XAVIER CAMPOS VILANOVA. “Ælfric refers to Bishop Possidis (with the Source).” 121-123.

LOUIS RODRIGUES. “Further Observations Concerning the Translation of Anglo-Saxon Verse.” 124-132.

ANTONIO BRAVO & BRUCE MITCHELL. “On Old English Studies Today.” 133-142.


PATRICIA SHAW. “Carol M. Meale ed. 1993: Women and Literature in Britain, 1150-1500. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.” 143.

XAVIER CAMPOS. “Janet Bately 1993: Anonymous Old English Homilies. A Preliminary Bibliography of Source Studies. Binghamton, Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, State University of New York (SUNY).” 153.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “Fred C. Robinson 1993: The Tomb of Beowulf and Other Essays on Old English. Oxford, B. Blackwell.” 156.

MARÍA BULLÓN. “Bernardo Santano Moreno 1990: Estudio sobre Confessio Amantis de John Gower y su versión castellana Confisyon del amante de Juan de Cuenca. Cáceres, Ediciones de la Universidad de Extremadura.” 164.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “Roger Lass 1994: Old English. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.” 168.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “Old and Middle English Bibliography 1992-1994.” 179.


5 (1995)


DIONISIA TEJERA LLANO. “The Matter of Israel: The Use of Little Children in the Miracles of the Holy Virgin during the Middle Ages.” 7-17.

LUIS ALBERTO LÁZARO LAFUENTE. “Some Speculations about Chaucer’s Spanish Literary Sources.” 18-28.

JESÚS SERRANO REYES. “Spanish Modesty in The Canterbury Tales: Chaucer and Don Juan Manuel.” 29-45.

PEDRO GONZALO ABASCAL & ANTONIO BRAVO GARCÍA. “Early Christian Funeral Ceremonies and Germanic Funeral Rites.” 46-62.

JUAN CAMILO CONDE SILVESTRE. “The Spaces of Medieval Intertextuality: Deor as a Palimpsest.” 63-77.

TODD RUNDA. “Beowulf as King in Light of the Gnomic Passages.” 78-90.

JAVIER PÉREZ GUERRA. “Syntax and Information Hand in Hand? On Extraposition and Inversion from Late Middle English to Contemporary English.” 91-108.


CAROLE P. BIGGAM. “Old English Þeru and Modern English Tharf-Cakes.” 109-115.

ANDREW BREEZE. “Sir Gawain’s Journey and Holywell, Wales.” 116-118.

ANDREW BREEZE. “A Celtic Etymology for Old English claedur, ‘clapper’.” 119-121.

ANDREW BREEZE. “Old English hreol, ‘reel’: Welsh rheol, ‘rule’.” 122-126.

ANDREW BREEZE. “Richard Rolle’s tagild, ‘entangled’: Welsh tagu, ‘choke’, tagell, ‘snare’.” 127-131.

ANDREW BREEZE. “Middle English sness, ‘cluster’: Middle Irish popp, ‘shoot, tendril’.” 132-138.


MARY FARRELL. “Ann Hagen 1994: A Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Food, Processing and Consumption. Oxford, Anglo-Saxon Books.” 139.

BELÉN MÉNDEZ NAYA. “Bruce Mitchell 1995: An Invitation to Old English and Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford, Blackwell.” 142.

FRANCISCO MARTÍN MIGUEL. “April McMahon 1994: Understanding Language Change. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.” 147.

JORGE BUENO ALONSO. “Catalina Montes, María Pilar Fernández & Gudelia Rodríguez 1995: El Inglés Antiguo en el marco de las lenguas germánicas occidentales, Madrid, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.” 156.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “Anthony Fox 1995: Linguistic Reconstruction. An Introduction to Theory and Method. Oxford, Oxford University Press.” 160.

ANTONIO BRAVO. “Old and Middle English Bibliography 1993-1995.” 166.

A Note from the Editors. 178.

Index to numbers 1, 2, 3 & 4. 179.


6 (1996)


MANUEL AGUIRRE. “‘Beot’, Hybris, and the Will in Beowulf.” 5-31.

JAVIER MARTÍN ARISTA. “External Control in Functional Syntax: Formulating lme Constituent Order Rules.” 32-50.

JAVIER DÍAZ VERA. “On the Linguistic Status of Medieval Copies and Translations of Old English Documentary Texts.” 51-63.

JAVIER CALLE MARTÍN. “Stereotyped Comparisons in the Language of Geoffrey Chaucer.” 64-84.

JOSÉ MARÍA GUTIÉRREZ ARRANZ. “The Classical and Modern Concept of auctoritas in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales.” 85-102.

ALISON BUCKETT RIVERA. “Motherhoof in The Wife of Bath.” 103-116.

JESÚS SERRANO REYES. “John of Gaunt’s Intervention in Spain: Possible Repercussions for Chaucer’s Life and Poetry.” 117-148.


ANDREW BREEZE. “Did Sir Thomas Philipps (fl. 1489-1520) write I love a flower?” 149.


ANDREW BREEZE. “Michael Swanton 1997: The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Translated and Edited by Michael Swanton. Dent: London.” 155.

ANTONIO BRAVO GARCÍA. “Peter S. Baker ed. 1995: Beowulf: Basic Readings. Norfolk & London: Garland Publishing.” 157.

ALICIA RODRÍGUEZ ÁLVAREZ. “Stephen Pollington 1997: First Steps in Old English. Norfolk: Anglo-Saxon Books.” 167.

JAVIER CALLE MARTÍN. “Juan de la Cruz, Ángel Cañete & Antonio Miranda 1995: Introducción Histórica a la Lengua Inglesa. Málaga: Ágora.” 172.

EVA M. PÉREZ RODRÍGUEZ. “E. J. Morrall ed. 1996: Piccolomini, Aeneas Silvius (Pius II): The Goodli History of the Ladye Lucres. Oxford: EETS - Oxford University Press.” 178.

PALOMA TEJADA CALLER. “N. F. Blake 1996: A history of the English language. Houndmills: MacMillan.” 185.

SETMANÍ VALENZUELA. “Robert E. Bjork & John D. Niles eds. 1997: A Beowulf Handbook. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.” 189.

ANTONIO BRAVO GARCÍA. “Old and Middle English Bibliography 1995-97.” 194.


7 (1997)


DOUGLAS GRAY. “Fayttes of Armes and of Chyvalrye.” 5-32.

PURIFICACIÓN RIBES TRAVER. “Guenevere Speaks: from Malory to Mnookin.” 33-50.

JORGE LUIS BUENO ALONSO. “New Trends, Old Paths or Viceversa: Wulf & Eadwacer.” 51-82.

JAVIER CALLE MARTÍN & ANTONIO MIRANDA GARCÍA. “On the Quantity of <i> in Old English Words ending in -lic and -lice.” 83-96.

XAVIER CAMPOS VILANOVA. “The Latin Sources of One of Ælfric's Old English Homilies on Saint Stephen.” 97-124.

ANTONIO R. LEÓN SENDRA. “Discourse and Community in the Late 14th Century.” 125-152.

JORDI SÁNCHEZ MARTÍ. “Chaucer's Knight and the Hundred Years War.” 153-160.

RICARDO J. SOLA BUIL. “Dramatic Perspective in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales and Troilus and Criseyde.” 161-180.

MARÍA JOSÉ ÁLVAREZ-FAEDO. “The Role of the Church in the Incipient Medieval Drama: From Street Theatre to Morality Plays.” 181-194.


ANTONIO BRAVO GARCÍA. “O’Keeffe O’Brien Katherine ed. 1997: Reading Old English Texts.” 195.

JORGE LUIS BUENO ALONSO. “Bravo, Antonio 1998: Fe y literatura en el período anglosajón, ss.VII-XI (la plegaria como texto literario). & Bravo, Antonio 1998: Los lays heroicos y los cantos épicos cortos en el inglés antiguo.” 207.

BEGOÑA CRESPO GARCÍA. “Wright, Laura 1996: Sources of London English. Medieval Thames Vocabulary.” 214.

JOSÉ MARÍA GUTIÉRREZ ARRANZ & RICARDO J. SOLA BUIL. “Carol Poster and Richard Utz, eds. 1996: Disputatio. An International Transdisciplinary Journal of the Late Middle Ages. Vol. I. The Late Medieval Epistle.” 218.

TRINIDAD GUZMÁN GONZÁLEZ. “Lass, Roger 1997. Historical linguistics and language change.” 227.

ANTONIO BRAVO GARCÍA. “Old and Middle English Bibliography 1997-1998.” 238.


8 (1998)


NORMAN FRANCIS BLAKE. “The Literary Development of the Reynard Story in England.” 9-34.

FERNANDO GALVÁN REULA. “Malory Revisited: from Caxton to Steinbeck.” 35-76.

RICARDO J. SOLA BUIL. “Landscape and Description of the Natural World in Chaucer.” 77-90.

JUAN CAMILO CONDE SILVESTRE. “Spanish Words in Medieval English Lexicon: Sources and Problems.” 91-100.

RUBÉN VALDÉS MIYARES. “Griselda’s Sisters: Wifely Patience and Sisterly Rivalry in English Tales and Ballads.” 101-116.

EUGENIO OLIVARES MERINO. “I be not now he that ye of speken: Middle English Romances and the Conventions of Fin’amors.” 117-146.

ISABEL DE LA CRUZ CABANILLAS. “Studies in the Language of Some Manuscripts of Rolle’s Ego Dormio.” 147-156.

JORGE LUIS BUENO ALONSO. “Psychology, Space/ Time and Ecology in The Wife's Lament.” 157-170.

F. ALONSO ALMEIDA. “As it ys seyde to fore’. Some Linguistic Evidence in the Process of Compiling Middle English Medical Recipes.” 171-192.

JESÚS SERRANO REYES. “The Chaucers in Spain: From the Wedding to the Funeral.” 193-204.

MERCEDES SALVADOR BELLO. “The Arrival of the Hero in a Ship: A common Leitmotif in OE Regnal Tables and the Story of Scyld Scefing in Beowulf.” 205-222.

ANA FERNÁNDEZ GUERRA. “Middle English Origins of Present-Day Distinction in the Pronunciation of Word-Final or Pre-Consonantal Sequences -or, -oar, -oor, -our.” 223-238.

MARÍA ÁNGELES RUIZ MONEVA. “Compound Nouns in the Old English Period: Ælfric’s Lives of Saints. Functional and Pragmatic Approaches.” 239.

Editors’ Note. 259.


9 (1999)


ALICIA RODRÍGUEZ ÁLVAREZ. “Segmentation of Fifteenth-Century Legal Texts: A Reconsideration of Punctuation.” 11-20.

PALOMA NÚÑEZ PERTEJO. “The Progressive from Old English to Early Modern English.” 21-33.

MARÍA JOSÉ GÓMEZ CALDERÓN. “Harold of England: the Romantic Revision of the Last Anglosaxon King.” 35-43.

MANUELA ROMANO MOZO. “Anger in Old English.” 45-56.

MERCEDES SALVADOR BELLO. “The Nightingale as Aefensceop in Exeter Riddle 8.” 57-68.

ALFONSO FERNÁNDEZ GARCÍA & GABRIELA GARCÍA TERUEL. “Britain's Time: Malory's Morte d'Arthur Book VII.” 69-78.

MARÍA AMELIA FRAGA FUENTES. “On the Use of the Old Man Figure in a Medieval and a Renaissance Text.” 79-90.

GUZMÁN MANCHO BARÉS. “Structural elements of Christ’s Exile and Return Figurae in Ormulum’s Latin Text XIV.” 91-99.

EUGENIO OLIVARES MERINO. “Gauvain and Gawain: The Two Sides of the Hero.” 101-109.

RICARDO J. SOLA BUIL. “The Canterbury Tales and Its Dramatic Background.” 111-142.

ANTONIO R. LEÓN SENDRA & JESÚS L. SERRANO REYES. “Chaucer and Montserrat.” 123-142.

JOSÉ MARÍA GUTIÉRREZ ARRANZ. “The Precepts of Classical Rhetoric in the Letters of Geoffrey Chaucer's Troylus & Criseyde.” 143-152.


SUSANA FIDALGO MONGE. “The Sea in Beowulf, The Wanderer and The Seafarer: On Semantic Fields and Mediterranean Limitations.” 155-162.

MAXIMINO GUTIÉRREZ BARCO. “The Boar in Beowulf and Elene: A Germanic Symbol of Protection.” 163-171.

SALVADOR INSA SALES. “The Treatment of Some Spanish Matters in the Old English Orosius.” 173-179.

ASUNCIÓN SALVADOR-RABAZA RAMOS. “A Proposal of Performance for the York Mystery Cycle: External and Internal Evidence.” 181-190.

DIONISIA TEJERA LLANO. “Medieval Drama: The Social Use of Religion.” 191-196.

RUBÉN VALDÉS MIYARES. “Dame Ragnell's Culture: The Voracious Loathly Lady.” 197-204.


FRANCISCO ALONSO ALMEIDA. “Jeremy J. Smith 1999: Essentials of Early English.” 207-210.

JAVIER CALLE MARTÍN. “F. Fernández 1998: Middle English Texts: Translation and Philological Commentary.” 211-215.

TRINIDAD GUZMÁN GONZÁLEZ. “Enrique Bernárdez 1999: ¿Qué son las lenguas?” 216-219.

TRINIDAD GUZMÁN GONZÁLEZ. “John MacTiernan 1999: El guerrero número 13.” 220-225.

CARLOS MENÉNDEZ OTERO. “Heath, I. & McBride, A. 1996: Los Vikingos.” 226-229.

Editors’ note. 231.


10 (2000)


MICHAEL DROUT. “Anglo-Saxon Wills and the Inheritance of Tradition in the English Benedictine Reform.” 5-54.

MARÍA AUXILIADORA MARTÍN. “Old English <eo> in Middle Kentish Place-Names.” 55-76.

TERESA SÁNCHEZ-ROURA. “Convention vs. Choice in Securing the Good-Will of the Reader: The Cely Letters.” 77-100.

TERESA MORALEJO. “The Semantics of Middle English Composite Predicates.” 101-124.

ROBERT ROUSE. “Expectation vs. Experience: Encountering the Saracen Other in Middle English Romance.” 125-140.

DANIEL MURTAUGH. “The Education of Theseus in The Knight’s Tale.” 141-168.


JUAN CAMILO CONDE. “Charles R. Dodwell 2000: Anglo-Saxon Gestures and the Roman Stage.” 169.

S. G. FERNÁNDEZ-CORUGEDO. “María Bullón-Fernández 2000: Fathers and Daughters in Gower’s Confessio Amantis.” 177.

MARIANO GONZÁLEZ CAMPO. “María Pilar Fernández Álvarez 1999: Antiguo islandés. Historia y lengua.” 185.

SETMANÍ VALENZUELA. “Roy M. Liuzza 2000: Beowulf: A New Verse Translation.” 193.

Editors’ Notes & SELIM News.

SELIM Contents 1-9.


11 (2001-2002)

Editors: Antonio Bravo García & María José Mora

Secretary: Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso


CARTER REVARD. “Was the Pearl Poet in Aquitaine with Chaucer? A Note on Fade, 1.149 of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” 5-26.

MARÍA BEATRIZ HERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ. “Chaucerian Distortions in The Assembly of Ladies.” 27-50.

DAVID ARBESÚ. “Geoffrey Chaucer’s Parlement of Foules: A New Stemma of the Hammond Manuscripts.” 51-96.

ANA LAURA RODRÍGUEZ REDONDO & EUGENIO CONTRERAS DOMINGO. “Ongitan: A Case Study of Evidentiality in Old English Perception Verbs.” 97-116.

CARMEN GUARDDON ANELO. “The Locative Uses of the Preposition “at” in the Old English Version of Bede’s Ecclesiastical History of the English People: A Cognitive Approach.” 117-146.

ANUNCIACIÓN CARRERA DE LA RED & MARÍA JOSÉ CARRERA DE LA RED. “Philip Perry's Manuscript Sketch of British History (c. 1770): Editing a Vallisoletan Historical Record of Early Britain.” 147-168.


ANDREW BREEZE. “Four Middle English Notes: Calf 'shank', Silk 'prey', Clanvowe's cuckoo and William Worcestre's 'Doynton'.” 169-178.


MARÍA AUXILIADORA MARTÍN DÍAZ. “Galván, Fernando 2001: Literatura Inglesa Medieval.” 179.

ANDREW BREEZE. “American Notes and Queries 15/2 (Spring 2002).” 182.

ANNE L. KLINCK. “Lees, Clare A. & Gillian R. Overing 2001: Double agents: women and clerical culture in Anglo-Saxon England.” 184.

JUAN CAMILO CONDE SILVESTRE. “Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis: El discurso poético elegíaco del inglés antiguo.” 188.

MARÍA BEATRIZ HERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ. “Lemarchand, Marie-Jose, Ed. & Trad. 2000: Cristina de Pizan: la ciudad de las damas.” 194.

JUDIT MARTÍNEZ MAGAZ. “Hogg, Richard 2002: An introduction to Old English.” 200.

MARÍA JOSÉ GÓMEZ CALDERÓN. “Simmons, Clare A. 2001: Medievalism and the quest for the "real" Middle Ages.” 203.

Medieval English Studies in Spain (1997-2001): Ph.D. theses and research projects. 210.


12 (2003-2004)

Editors: Antonio Bravo García & María José Mora

Secretary: Jorge Luis Bueno Alonso


ENRIQUE BERNÁRDEZ. “Toward a Common History of the Germanic and European Languages in the Middle Ages.” 5-32.

MARTA GONZÁLEZ ORTA. “The Old English Verbs of Smell Perception and Emission: Analysis of the Interface of their Semantic and Syntactic Representation.” 33-48.

ANDY ORCHARD. “Reading Beowulf Now and Then.” 49-82.

SAMANTHA ZACHER. “The Rewards of Poetry: ‘Homiletic’ Verse in Cambridge Corpus Christi College MS 201.” 83-108.

CARLA MORINI. “The First English Love Romance Without ‘love’: The Old English Apollonius of Tyre.” 109-126.

HANNA RUTKOWSKA. “Selected Orthographic Features in English Editions of the Book of Good Maners (1487-1507).” 127-142.

RUBÉN VALDÉS MIYARES. “Sturdy Stories: Medieval Narrative into Popular Ballad.” 143-159.

LUCIA SINISI. “Urbanization and Pollution in an Irish (?) Town in the 14th Century.” 160-180.


JORDI SÁNCHEZ-MARTÍ. “The Sowdoun of Babyloyne: A Description of the Manuscript.” 181-190.


JOSÉ MARÍA GUITÉRREZ ARRANZ. “Marcos, Manuel Antonio, Ed. & trad. 2003: Dictis Cretensis: Ephemeris Belli Troiani.” 191.

JUAN CAMILO CONDE SILVESTRE. “González Campo, Mariano, Ed. & trad. 2003: Saga de Hervör y saga de Bósi.” 195.

BEGOÑA CRESPO GARCÍA. “Vera, Javier Díaz, Ed. 2002: A Changing World of Words. Studies in English Historical Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics.” 200.

MARÍA JOSÉ GÓMEZ CALDERÓN. “Medieval English Studies in Spain (2002-2004): Ph.D. theses and research projects.” 215.