ACTA Volume #8

The Late Middle Ages

Edited by Peter Cocozzella

Subjects: History, Medieval Studies
Imprint: Distribution Partners
Paperback : 9781438438443, 132 pages, January 1981

Table of contents

1. The Primitive Version of Amadis de Gaula
Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2. A Historical Revolution: Lorenzo Valla’s Attack on Scholasticism
Ciriaco Morón Arroyo, Cornell University
3. Metaphor and Simile in Nicholas of Cusa’s Idiota de Mente
Clyde Lee Miller, SUNY Stony Brook
4. Soul, Mind, and Intellect: Changing Paradigms in Later Medieval Thought
John Boler, SUNY Binghamton
5. Corn and Shrimps: Chaucer’s Mockery of Religious Controversy
Ruth M. Ames, Queensborough Community College in the City University of New York
6. “Glosynge is a Glorious Thyng Certyn”: A reconsideration of The Summoner’s Tale
Martha H. Fleming, SUNY Albany
7. How to Achieve Discipline in the Classroom: William of Wheteley’s Exposition of Pseudo-Boethius
Michael Johnson, State University College at Buffalo