Medieval Literary Theory; Allegory; Rhetoric

N. Davis    Revue des langues vivantes '69   Refs. to Vinsauf's Si quis habet fundare domum

W. Boggers    SP 67 70   Aristotle's Poetics in the 14th C

E. Reiss    M&H 1 70   Number Symbolism in Med. lit. 

James J. Murphy,    Three Medieval Rhetorical Arts   U. of Calif. 71

G. L. Bursill-Hall,    Speculative Grammars of the M. A.   Mouton 71

L. G. WhitbreadSpec    47 72   Conrad of Hirsau as literary critic [school authors in 12th c. ]

J. M. Miller etc. (ed.),    Readings in Med. rhetoric   Indiana 73

J. Conley   M&H 4 73   Classical & medieval rhetoric

K. Stein    MLN 88 73   Exegesis, Maimonides & lit. crit. 

M. Nim    UTQ 43 74   Translatio in med poetic theory

A. Funkenstein   M&H 5 74   Periodization & self-understanding in M. A. 

G. Olson     SP 71 74   Med. theory of refreshment in lit. & fabliau trad. 

W. Trimpi   Trad. 30 74   Quality of fiction: rhet. transmission of lit. theory

Gay Clifford, The transformations of allegory   Routledge 74

Sheila Delany    Science & Society 38 1974 257-80   Substructure & superstructure: The politics of allegory

J. J. Murphy (ed.),    Rhetoric in the M. A.   Calif. 74

B. Harbert (ed.),    13th c. anthology of rhetorical poems   Pontif. Inst. 75

B. Harbert    MAE 44 75   Matthew of Vendôme

O. B. Hardison   M&H 7 76   Towards a history of med. lit. crit. 

W. Wetherbee    M&H 7 76   Theme of imag. & alleg. figure Genius

H. A. Kelly    MP 74 77   Occupatio as negative narration: a mistake

E. J. Ashworth,    Logic & Spec. grammar: bibliog   Pontif. Inst. 78

J. J. Murphy (ed.),    Medieval eloquence   Calif. 78

D. Javitch    CL 30 78   Rescuing Ovid from the allegorizers

J. A. Mazzeo    CL 30 78   Allegorical Interp. & History

Maureen Quilligan,    The language of allegory   Cornell 79

H. Lubienski-Bodenham    MLR 74 79   Origins of 15th c. view of poetry as `2me Rhétorique'

Gerhart Ladner    Spec. 54 79   Med. & mod. understanding of symbolism

H. A. Kelly    Viator 10 79   Influence of Poetics on Latin M. A. 

S. K. Wertis    Viator 10 79   A commentary on the ad Herennium

W. E. Rogers    ChauR 14 79-80   Theoretical limits of patristic criticism

Caroline Eckhardt (ed),    [Essays in the] Numerical crit. of med. lit.   Bucknell 80

Aldo Scaglione    CL 32 80   Rhetorical factors as clues to meaning [rhetoric anticipated modern literary theory]

Geo. Kennedy,    Classical rhet. and its Christian & secular trads.   Croom Helm 80

A. Galyon (trans.),    Matthew of Vendôme: Ars Versificatoria.   Iowa State 80

G. L. Bursill-Hall,    Thos. of Erfurt's Grammatica Speculativa   Longman 81

P. Rollinson,    Classical theories of allegory & their Christian assimilation   Harvester 81

Joan Ferrante    RPhil 35 81-2   Was vernac. poetic practice a response to Latin lang. theory?

A. J. Minnis,    Medieval theory of authorship   Scolar 82

John Alford    Spec. 57 82   Grammatical metaphor: Survey of use in M. A. 

Judson B. Allen,    The ethical poetic of the late M. A.   Toronto 82

B. Vickers,    Rhetoric Revalued   MRTS: Binghamton 82

L. Ebin,    Vernacular Poetics in the M. A.   Kalamazoo 84

E. Vance,    Mervelous Signals: Poetics & Sign Theory in M. A. Nebraska P. 86

John Whitman,    Allegory: dynamics of an ancient & modern technique   Oxf. 87

Jacq. T. Miller,    Poetic license: authority & authorship in med. & ren.   Oxf. 87

Rita Copeland    SAC 9 87   Rhetorical & vernacular translation in the M. A. 

Jon Whitman,    Allegory: The dynamics of an ancient & med. techn.   OUP 87

J. J. Murphy,    Medieval Rhetoric: Select bibliog. rev. edn.   Toronto 87

Brian Vickers,    In defence of Rhetoric   OUP 88

J. Stephen Russell (ed.),    Allegoresis: The craft of allegory in med. lit.   Garland 88

A. J. Minnis & A. B. Scott,    Med. lit. Theory and Criticism 1100-1375   OUP 88

Roger Ellis (ed),    The med. translator: theory & practice of trans. in MA Brewer 89

U. Eco & C. Marmo (eds.),    On The Medieval Theory of Signs   J. Benjamins 89

J. Wasserman & L. Roney,    Sign, Sentence, Discourse: Lang. in Med. lit.   Syracuse 89

Mary Carruthers,    The book of memory: a study of memory in med. culture   CUP 90

M. Jennings (ed.),    The ars componendi sermones of R. Higden   Brill 90

Rita Copeland,    Rhetoric, hermeneutics & translation in the MA   CUP 91

------------- & S. Melville    Exemplaria 4 92   Allegory and allegoresis, rhetoric and hermeneutics

Ruth Morse,    Truth & convention in the M. A: med. rhetoric & representation   CUP 91

Therese Coletti,    Naming the Rose: Eco, Med. Signs & mod. theory   Cornell 91

W. Wetherbee,    in Yeager Mutuality (ELS No. 51, Univ. of Victoria 91)   Latin Structure & Vernacular Space: Gower, Ch. & Boeth. Trad. 

A. J. Minnis,    in Yeager Mutuality 91   De vulgari auctoritate: Chaucer, Gower & the men of great authority

Janet Coleman (LSE),    Ancient & medieval memories : Studies in the reconstruction of the past   CUP 92

R. Glendinning    Spec. 67 92   Sex & rhetoric -- Gervais of Melkley & Gottfried

R. R. Edwards    MS 55 93   Poetic invention & med. causae

H. A. Kelly,    Ideas and forms of tragedy from Aristotle to M. A.   CUP 93

David Chamberlain (ed.),    New readings of late med. love-poems (neo-Robertsonian) Univ. Press of America 93

M. Desmond,    Reading Dido    Minnesota St. 94

Martin Irvine,    Making of Textual Culture: Grammatica and lit. theory 350-1100   CUP 94

S. Wenzel,    Macaronic Semiotics   Mich. 94

M. CamargoMS    56 94   Models of Latin prose style, Oxford c. 1400

Richard Utz,    Literary nominalism and the rereading of late med. texts   Mellen 95

Seth Lerer (ed.),    Reading for the margins; Textual studies, Chaucer & med. lit.   Huntington Lib. 96

Kathryn McKinley    Viator 27 96   Commentary tradition on Ovid, Met. 10

Burt Kimmelman,    The poetics of authorship in the MA   Peter Lang 96

Suzanne Reynolds,    Med. Reading: grammar, rhetoric and the classical text   CUP 96

Theresa Tinkle,    Med. Venuses and Cupids: sexuality, hermeneutics and English poetry   96

Marjorie WoodsIn    Copeland, Criticism and Dissent 96   Rape and the pedagogical rhetoric of sexual violence

Janet ColemanIn    Copeland, Criticism and Dissent 96   Science of late med. politics & academic debate

N. Zeeman,    The schools give a licence to the poets   In Copeland, Criticism and Dissent 96

Andrew Cowell    Exemplaria 8 96   The fall of the oral economy: writing economics on the dead body

A. J. Minnis    The author's two bodies -- authority and fallibility in late med. textual theory   In Parkes Studies 97

Walter Haug,    Vernacular lit. theory in the MA: the German tradition 800-1300   CUP 98

J. S. Russell,    Chaucer and the trivium   Florida 98

Mary Carruthers,    The craft of thought: meditation, rhetoric, and the making of images 400 -1200   CUP 98

Martin Camargo    Speculum 74 99   Tria sunt -- the long & the short of Geoffrey of Vinsauf's Documentum

S. Sharon-Zisser & J. J. Paxson (eds.)    Exemplaria 11 99   Rhetorical copulas/bodily copulation & medieval & Renaissance rhetoric (5 essays)

Peter Travis    SAC 22 00   White [on Ch's BD]

Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Nicholas Watson, Andrew Taylor & Ruth Evans,    The idea of the vernacular: an anthology of ME lit. theory 1280-1520   Penn State 00