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(p. 519) Subject Index

(p. 519) Subject Index

Aesthetic, the 210, 217, 260, 313, 451; see also Beauty
Affective piety 323
Affective stylistics 247–8, 250
Allegory 318
Anachronism 107–8, 122
Aurality 13, 68–85, 168;
defined 72;
manuscripts and 84
Author 16–18, 333, 441–58;
authorial ‘I’ 373, 378–9, 382–4;
authority and 143;
intention and 347;
multiple 268–71
Authority, defined 142–7;
textual 144–5;
women’s 332–3
Autobiography 374–84
Beauty 207–21; see also Aesthetic
Bill-posting 267–8
Body, the 468–72; see also Incarnation
Book, the 15, 86–103, 259–60;
pamphlet 84, 95;
quire 84;
roll 95;
scroll 95;
volume 95;
writ 95
Bureaucracy 260, 262, 453, 436, 458
Canon 9, 13, 19, 46
Class, see Status
Compilation 11, 15, 31–5, 43, 143, 348–9, 365–6, 387
Conflict, literary practice and 258–72;
sedition 268
Culture 51–3, 258
De-theologization (as process) 297–8, 305
Defamiliarisation 170
Discourse, misogynistic 134;
registers of 170
Disidentification 256, 338
Dissent, religious, see Heterodoxy
Documentary practice 388–92
Drama, see Theatre
Embodiment, see Incarnation
Emotion 241–57;
scripts for 245–6
Evolution, as cultural model 21
Feeling 246–7, see Emotion
Form 177–90, 504;
defined 177–8;
meaning and 187;
medieval theories of 178–82
Formalism 184, 298
Gender 329, 343–7;
money and 134–41
Genealogy 111–12
Genre 32–5, 243, 246, 272, 277–92, 299, 353, 482:
advice to princes 473–4;
antiphon 304–5;
apocalypse 321;
appeal 264;
balade, etc. 279, 284–6;
book of hours 302;
chanson d’aventure 222, 227–40;
chronicle 54, 355–8, 365–7;
comedy 289–90;
complaint 287, 289;
conduct book(s) 205, 459–74, 489;
debate 271, 410;
dialogue 410;
exemplum 484–80;
fable 237–40;
lyric 303–5;
pageant 54;
pastourelle 229, 232;
petition 261, 263–5;
processe 55;
procession 54;
prologue 233–40;
saint’s life 205, 335–50;
showing 54;
song 232;
tragedy 286–90;
vision 321;
vocabulary 495–7, 502;
voyage 321
Globalization 35–6, 66
Glosses, see Marginalia
Gossip 476–89;
narrative and 479–88;
official culture and 477–89;
subversion and 476–8
Habitus 453–4
Heresy, see Heterodoxy
Heterodoxy 61–5, 340–2, 421, 434–35;
sedition and 268 See Lollardy, Wycliffism
Historicism 112
Household 466–8
Identification 353
Identity 457–8, 472–4
Imagery 315–33;
‘imagetext,’
defined 316–17
Incarnation 371–2, 379, 383–4
Institutions 160–75;
literary 162, 165;
monastic 160–61
Interpretation 182, 328
Language, ‘Authenticating language’ 40–9;
sodomy and 130
Literacy 28, 68–70, 260;
defined 72
Literary history 424–5, 436–7. See Periodization
Literary theory, academic 222–5;
figurative 225–40
Literary, ‘the’ 242–3, 246, 460;
bounds of 266–7;
literature 143–4, 297
Logic 172–5;
supposition theory and 173–5
Lollardy 34, 248, 263, 268, 340–2, 410, 422, 429–30, 434, 451; see also Heterodoxy, Wycliffism
Lordship 146–58
Manuscripts, hagiographical 348–9;
manuscript matrix 13, 16–20;
marginalia 46–47;
Mise-en-page 33, 46;
Mouvance 227;
production of 91–3
Medieval studies 31, 35–36
Miscellany, see Compilation
Misogyny 134, 330
Multilinguality 23–50, 52, 342–43, 402–3, 412;
monolinguality and 58–65
Mysticism 110, 403–5; see also Visionary writing
Narrative 359–62,
discontinuity and 191, 194–6;
episodes in 191–206;
inconsistency and 196–200;
Nodal points in 185–6, 188;
Parataxis in 456;
Repetition in 81, 188–9, 192–4, 378, 456
Nation 9, 12, 28–31, 35;
symbolism and 128–35
Nature 131;
artifice and 209–12, 216, 221
Orality 68–71, 76, 82;
defined 72
Originality 51, 65
Parody 331;
pastiche and 405
Patronage 269, 427–33
Performance 10, 245–56;
textuality and 386–8
Periodization 111–12, 296–7
Philology 35–6
Practical (didactic) writing 27–8, 38, 491–504; see also Genre (conduct books)
Print 9;
‘Print Culture’ 88–9
Queer history 109
Reading 63–4, 69
Reflexivity 253–5
Reform 415–16;
orthodox 416–18
Scribes 47–8, 261;
authorship and 269–70;
scribal labor 446–7;
scriveners 98–101, 260–6
Sovereignty, see Lordship
Spirituality, lay 407–9
Status 55–7
Symbols 362;
gendered 134–41;
linguistic 128–31;
monetary 131–5;
symbolic economies 124–41;
systems of 124–8
Text 258–9, 269;
textuality 461
Time 108–15, 254;
asynchronous 120;
heterogenious 111;
liturgical 299
Tradition 145;
innovation vs. 145
(p. 521) Translation 32–4, 51–67, 143, 396–9, 402–3, 411–16;
narrative and 53–5;
pedagogy and 65–6
Vernacular theology 342, 401–19
Vernacular, the 217, 260–1, 305, 307–8, 310–13
Versification 183, 185, 187
Visionary writing 316–33
Work, writing as 441–58
Written, Oral vs. 12, 13–14, 19, 419; see also Aurality
Wycliffism 421–6