Articles

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  • “Elements in the Charrette World: The Father-Son Relationship,” Modern Philology, 62 (1964): 97-104.
  • “The Man of the Hill and Mrs. Fitzpatrick: Character and Narrative Technique in Tom Jones,” Papers on Language and Literature, 5 (1968): 26-38.
  • “Contrast in Old English Poetry,” Chaucer Review, 6 (1971): 1-13.  Published in Hebrew as “ב’וולף, הנודד, ודאור” [“Beowulf, the Wanderer, Deor”] in  ב’וולף [Beowulf], translated by Arieh Stav, Kibbutz HaMeuchad Press, Tel Aviv, 2008.
  • “Dream and Imagination in Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Quarterly, 24 (1973):  61-68.
  • “Lancelot and Tristan: ‘The Prince as Bird,’” Studies in Medieval Culture, IV/1, (1973): 141-46.
  • “Proper Behavior in Chrétien’s Charrette: The Host-Guest Relationship,” The French Review, 48 (1975): 683-89.
  • “‘Boy’ as Devil in Chaucer,” Papers on Language and Literature, 11 (1976): 407-11.
  • “Medieval Romance and the Structure of ‘Araby,’” James Joyce Quarterly, 13 (1976): 234-37.
  • “The Seafarer,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 78 (1976): 538-51.
  • “Exemplum and Refrain: The Meaning of Deor,”  The Yearbook of English Studies, 7 (1977): 1-9.
  • “Governance in the Physician’s Tale,” Chaucer Review, 10 (1977): 316-25.
  • “The Context of Erec’s Character,” The French Review, 50 (1977): 421-28.
  • “Medieval Romance and Lady Chatterley’s Lover,” D. H. Lawrence Review, 10 (1977): 20-33.
  • “Other Voices in the Canterbury Tales,” Criticism, 19 (1977): 338-349.
  • “Audience Response Strategies in the Opening of Deor,” Mosaic, 15 (1982): 127-32.
  • “Arthurian Romance and the Structure of Joyce’s ‘Araby,’” Mythos Papers, 1 (1982): microfiche.
  • “Constraint and Motivation in Malory’s ‘Lancelot and Elaine,’” Papers on  Language and Literature, 20 (1984): 243-58.
  • “The Structure of ‘Araby,’” Modern Language Studies, 15 (1985): 48-54.
  • “Courtly Love in the Canterbury Tales,” Chaucer Review, 19 (1985): 278-89.
  • “Housman’s Insane Narrators.”  Victorian Poetry 26.4 (1988): 403-12.
  • “The Unity of Fragment IV: The Clerk’s Tale and the Merchant’s Tale.”  Hebrew University Studies in Language and the Arts 16 (1988): 27-50.  [Invited contribution to the Morton Bloomfield Memorial Issue.]
  • “The Grotesque Rose: Medieval Romance and The Great Gatsby.” Modern Fiction Studies, 34.4 (1988): 541-58.
  • “The Shipman’s Tale: VII, 204.”  Philological Quarterly, 70.1 (1991): 99-102.
  • “Malory’s Idea of Coherence and the Feminization of Knights in ‘Alexander the Orphelyne.’” The Arthurian Yearbook III (1993): 91-105.
  • “The Dark Side of Camelot: Arthurian Ideal and Medieval Practice in Malory’s Morte Darthur.”  Chaucer Yearbook: A Journal of Late Medieval Studies, 2 (March,1995): 77-93.
  • “‘Polymorphous Sexualities’ in Chrétien de Troyes and Sir Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur.”  The Body and The Soul in Medieval Literature: J. A. W. Bennett Memorial Lectures.  London: Boydell and Brewer, 1999: 63-78.
  • “Jewes Werk in ‘Sir Thopas.’”  Chaucer and the Jews, ed. Sheila Delany.  New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 2002: 59-68.
  • “The Idea of Family in Chrétien de Troyes and Sir Thomas Malory.”  Arthuriana, 12.4 (2002): 90-99.
  • “Conflict Resolution in the ‘Wife of Bath’s Tale’ and in Gower’s ‘Tale of Florent’” ES Revista de Filologia Inglesa, 33.1 (2012): 69-79.