The October issue Speculum is on its way to your mailbox and, in addition to several dozen book reviews, includes the following articles:
Sebastian Sobecki, “Ecce patet tensus: The Trentham Manuscript, In Praise of Peace, and John Gower’s Autograph Hand” (see also this piece on Medievalists.net);
Constant J. Mews and Tomas Zahora, “Remembering Last Things and Regulating Behavior in the Early Fourteenth Century: From the De consideratione novissimorum to the Speculum morale“;
Elizabeth C. Parker, “The Politics of the Tunic in Antelami’s Deposition in Parma”;
John Bugbee, “Dante’s Staircase and the History of the Will”;
Heather Blurton, “The Language of the Liturgy in the Life and Miracles of William of Norwich.”
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