An International Journal of Modern and Medieval Language and Literature
Neophilologus is an international journal peer-reviewed devoted to the study of modern and mediaeval language and literature, including general linguistics, literary theory and comparative literature. The normal languages of publication are English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, but articles in other languages may also be submitted for consideration by the Editorial Board.
Peter Arnds (February 2017)
‘Why þat yee meeued been / can I nat knowe’: Autobiography, Convention, and Discerning Doublenesse in Thomas Hoccleve’s The Series
Laurie Atkinson (January 2017)
Carol F. Heffernan (January 2017)
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