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0.46 A. J. Minnis, Literary Theory in Discussions of Formae Tractandi by Medieval Theologians, New Literary History, 1979.
0.32 Walter J. Ong, Orality Literacy and Medieval Textualization, New Literary History, 1984.
0.31 Jesse L. Byock, Saga Form Oral Prehistory and the Icelandic Social Context, New Literary History, 1984.
0.30 Franz H. Bäuml, Medieval Texts and the Two Theories of Oral-Formulaic Composition: A Proposal for a Third Theory, New Literary History, 1984.
0.29 Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle Margaret O'Rourke Boyle, Chaff: Thomas Aquinas's Repudiation of His Opera omnia, New Literary History, 1997.
0.28 Brian Stock, Reading Writing and the Self: Petrarch and His Forerunners, New Literary History, 1995.
0.27 Mary Carruthers, The Poet as Master Builder: Composition and Locational Memory in the Middle Ages, New Literary History, 1993.
0.26 Brian Stock, The Self and Literary Experience in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, New Literary History, 1994.
0.25 Peter Burke, Commentary, New Literary History, 1984.
0.25 Brian Stock, Reading Ethics and the Literary Imagination, New Literary History, 2003.
0.25 Brian Stock, Antiqui or Moderni?, New Literary History, 1979.
0.23 Jean-Claude Carron, Imitation and Intertexuality in the Renaissance, New Literary History, 1988.
0.22 Jill Mann, Proverbial Wisdom in the Ysengrimus, New Literary History, 1984.
0.22 Rainer Warning Marshall Brown, On the Alterity of Medieval Religious Drama, New Literary History, 1979.
0.22 Paolo A. Cherchi, Tradition and Topoi in Medieval Literature, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.21 Eugene Vance, Chaucer's Pardoner: Relics Discourse and Frames of Propriety, New Literary History, 1989.
0.21 Maria Corti John Meddemmen, Models and Antimodels in Medieval Culture, New Literary History, 1979.
0.20 Stephen G. Nichols_ Jr., The Spirit of Truth: Epic Modes in Medieval Literature, New Literary History, 1970.
0.20 Morton W. Bloomfield, Continuities and Discontinuities, New Literary History, 1979.
0.20 Peter Goodrich, Distrust Quotations in Latin, Critical Inquiry, 2003.
0.20 J. A. Burrow, The Alterity of Medieval Literature, New Literary History, 1979.
0.19 Lawrence Besserman, Chaucer's Envoy to Bukton and "Truth" in Biblical Interpretation: Some Medieval and Modern Contexts, New Literary History, 1991.
0.19 Hans Robert Jauss, Modernity and Literary Tradition, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.19 Brian Stock, Ethics and the Humanities: Some Lessons of Historical Experience, New Literary History, 2005.
0.19 Robert Kellogg, Oral Literature, New Literary History, 1973.
0.18 Bruce Holsinger, "Historical Context" in Historical Context: Surface Depth and the Making of the Text, New Literary History, 2011.
0.18 Aaron J. Gurevich Ann Shukman, Oral and Written Culture of the Middle Ages: Two "Peasant Visions" of the Late Twelfth-Early Thirteenth Centuries, New Literary History, 1984.
0.18 Ann Blair, Note Taking as an Art of Transmission, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.17 Karlheinz Stierle, Studium: Perspectives on Institutionalized Modes of Reading, New Literary History, 1991.
0.17 Brian Stock, The Middle Ages as Subject and Object: Romantic Attitudes and Academic Medievalism, New Literary History, 1974.
0.17 Richard McKeon, Canonic Books and Prohibited Books: Orthodoxy and Heresy in Religion and Culture, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.17 Hans Robert Jauss Timothy Bahti, The Alterity and Modernity of Medieval Literature, New Literary History, 1979.
0.17 Brian Stock, Rosenbach Lectures: Minds Bodies Readers, New Literary History, 2006.
0.17 Alain Badiou Simone Pinet, Five Remarks on the Contemporary Significance of the Middle Ages, Diacritics, 2006.
0.16 Eugene Vance, Mervelous Signals: Poetics Sign Theory and Politics in Chaucer's Troilus, New Literary History, 1979.
0.16 Richard McKeon, Arts of Invention and Arts of Memory: Creation and Criticism, Critical Inquiry, 1975.
0.16 Brenda Deen Schildgen, Augustine's Answer to Jacques Derrida in the De Doctrina Christiana, New Literary History, 1994.
0.16 Laura Kendrick, Games Medievalists Play: How to Make Earnest of Game and Still Enjoy It, New Literary History, 2009.
0.16 Brian Stock, Commentary: Reading and Healing: Reading Healing and the History of Western Meditation, New Literary History, 2006.
0.15 Karla Mallette, Misunderstood, New Literary History, 2003.
0.15 A. C. Spearing, Narrative Voice: The Case of Chaucer's "Man of Law's Tale", New Literary History, 2001.
0.15 Alexandre Leupin Frances Bartkowski, The Middle Ages the Other, Diacritics, 1983.
0.15 D. Vance Smith, Irregular Histories: Forgetting Ourselves, New Literary History, 1997.
0.14 Brian Stock, Afterthoughts, Diacritics, 1986.
0.14 Brian Stock, Medieval Literacy Linguistic Theory and Social Organization, New Literary History, 1984.
0.14 Emily Apter, Global Translatio: The “Invention” of Comparative Literature Istanbul 1933. Critical Inquiry, 2003,
0.14 Brian Stock, Toward Interpretive Pluralism: Literary History and the History of Reading, New Literary History, 2008.
0.14 Sheldon Pollock, Future Philology? The Fate of a Soft Science in a Hard World, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.14 Daniel Poirion Annette Tomarken, Literary Meaning in the Middle Ages: From a Sociology of Genres to an Anthropology of Works, New Literary History, 1979.
0.14 Brian Stock, Ethical Values and the Literary Imagination in the Later Ancient World, New Literary History, 1998.
0.14 Andrew Galloway, Private Selves and the Intellectual Marketplace in Late Fourteenth-Century England: The Case of the Two Usks, New Literary History, 1997.
0.13 Octavio Armand Carol Maier, Confess 1220-50 Fr LL / Confesar 1220-50 Tom del b lat, boundary 2, 1982.
0.13 C. Jan Swearingen, What Is the Text? Who Is the Reader? A Meditation on Meanderings of Meaning, New Literary History, 2007.
0.13 Erín Moure, Lovely to Lament and The Ar't of Poetry, boundary 2, 2006.
0.13 Eugene Vance, A Coda: Modern Medievalism and the Understanding of Understanding, New Literary History, 1979.
0.13 John D. Lyons, Meditation and the Inner Voice, New Literary History, 2006.
0.13 Paul Zumthor Marilyn C. Engelhardt, The Text and the Voice, New Literary History, 1984.
0.13 Jean Dangler, Edging toward Iberia, Diacritics, 2006.
0.13 Pierre Hadot Arnold I. Davidson Paula Wissing, Forms of Life and Forms of Discourse in Ancient Philosophy, Critical Inquiry, 1990.
0.12 Robert Doran, Literary History and the Sublime in Erich Auerbach's "Mimesis", New Literary History, 2007.
0.12 Caroline Bynum, Why All the Fuss about the Body? A Medievalist's Perspective, Critical Inquiry, 1995.
0.12 David Quint, "Alexander the Pig": Shakespeare on History and Poetry, boundary 2, 1982.
0.12 Paul Zumthor Catherine Peebles, The Medieval Travel Narrative, New Literary History, 1994.
0.12 Stephen Greenblatt, What Is the History of Literature?, Critical Inquiry, 1997.
0.11 Glenn W. Most, Reading Raphael: "The School of Athens" and Its Pre-Text, Critical Inquiry, 1996.
0.11 Robert R. Edwards, Walter Map: Authorship and the Space of Writing, New Literary History, 2007.
0.11 Michael Uebel, Introduction: Michael Uebel with D Vance Smith, New Literary History, 1997.
0.11 Slavica Ranković, Who Is Speaking in Traditional Texts? On the Distributed Author of the Sagas of Icelanders and Serbian Epic Poetry, New Literary History, 2007.
0.11 David B. Morris, Reading Is Always Biocultural, New Literary History, 2006.
0.11 Simone Pinet, Toward a Political Economy of the "Libro de Alexandre", Diacritics, 2006.
0.11 Edward W. Said, Erich Auerbach Critic of the Earthly World, boundary 2, 2004.
0.11 Manfred Günter Scholz Rebecca Williams Duplantier Crozet Duplantier_ Jr., On Presentation and Reception Guidelines in the German Strophic Epic of the Late Middle Ages, New Literary History, 1984.
0.11 Walter J. Ong, African Talking Drums and Oral Noetics, New Literary History, 1977.
0.11 Daniel Shore, WWJD? The Genealogy of a Syntactic Form, Critical Inquiry, 2010.
0.11 Eugene Vance, Chaucer's House of Fame and the Poetics of Inflation, boundary 2, 1979.
0.11 Marilynn Desmond, The Voice of Exile: Feminist Literary History and the Anonymous Anglo-Saxon Elegy, Critical Inquiry, 1990.
0.11 Brian Stock, Reflections on Ancient Narrative and Ethics, New Literary History, 2009.
0.11 Paul Zumthor Betty R. H. Sapir, Comments on H R Jauss's Article, New Literary History, 1979.
0.11 James I. Porter, Erich Auerbach and the Judaizing of Philology, Critical Inquiry, 2008.
0.10 Sarah Stanbury, Regimes of the Visual in Premodern England: Gaze Body and Chaucer's "Clerk's Tale", New Literary History, 1997.
0.10 Arnold I. Davidson, Spiritual Exercises and Ancient Philosophy: An Introduction to Pierre Hadot, Critical Inquiry, 1990.
0.10 Sangeeta Luthra, Reforming Relativists: Debates over Literacy and Difference, Cultural Critique, 1994.
0.10 Daniel Heller‐Roazen, Philosophy before the Law: Averroës’s Decisive Treatise, Critical Inquiry, 2006.
0.10 Louise Fradenburg, "So That We May Speak of Them": Enjoying the Middle Ages, New Literary History, 1997.
0.10 John Guillory, The Memo and Modernity, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.10 Thomas A. Prendergast, "Wanton Recollection": The Idolatrous Pleasures of "Beowulf", New Literary History, 1999.
0.10 Steven F. Kruger, Medieval Christian (Dis)identifications: Muslims and Jews in Guibert of Nogent, New Literary History, 1997.
0.10 Luiz Costa-Lima, Erich Auerbach: History and Metahistory, New Literary History, 1988.