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Arthur, Susanne M. (2012) The Devil in Disguise? Scribal Remarks on Valgarðr inn grái in Njáls saga. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 1-7. ISSN 0075-8566

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Biggam, Carole (2013) An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Plant-Name Studies and to this Special Issue. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 1-9. ISSN 0075-8566

Biggam, Carole (2013) Old English Safene: Untangling Native and Exotic Junipers in Anglo-Saxon England. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 206-41. ISSN 0075-8566

Biggam, Carole and Hall, Alaric (2013) Leeds Studies in English, New Series, 44 (2013): Complete Volume. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. i-263. ISSN 0075-8566

Breeze, Andrew (2012) ‘Caplimet’ in Seinte Margarete and ‘Eraclea’ in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 117-19. ISSN 0075-8566

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Coates, Richard (2013) Biting the Bulut: A Problematic Old English Plant-Name in the Light of Place-Name Evidence. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 137-45. ISSN 0075-8566

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Hall, Alaric (2013) Elleborus in Anglo-Saxon England, 900–1100: Tunsingwyrt and Wodewistle. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 70-93. ISSN 0075-8566

Hall, Alaric (2012) Leeds Studies in English, New Series, 43 (2012): Complete Volume. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. i-138. ISSN 0075-8566

Hall, Alaric (2013) Madness, Medication — and Self-Induced Hallucination? Elleborus (and Woody Nightshade) in Anglo-Saxon England, 700–900. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 43-69. ISSN 0075-8566

Hall, Alaric (2009) Review: Massimiliano Bampi and Fulvio Ferrari, eds, Lärdomber oc skämptan: Medieval Swedish Literature Reconsidered. Uppsala: Svenska fornskriftsällskapet, 2008. Leeds Studies in English, ns 40. pp. 153-55. ISSN 0075-8566

Hartman, Megan (2012) Poetic Attitudes and Adaptations in Late Old English Verse. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 74-92. ISSN 0075-8566

Hiatt, Alfred and Wawn, Andrew (2007) Leeds Studies in English, New Series, 38 (2007): Complete Volume. Leeds Studies in English, ns 38. i-239. ISSN 0075-8566

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Jackson, Kate (2012) Chaucer’s Melibee: What Can we Learn from Some Late-Medieval Manuscripts? Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 93-115. ISSN 0075-8566

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Klinck, Anne L. (2012) What’s in a Name? Pinning Down the Middle English Lyric. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 21-50. ISSN 0075-8566

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Markey, Tom (2013) ‘Garlic and Sapphires in the Mud’: ‘Leeks’ in their Early Folk Contexts. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 10-42. ISSN 0075-8566

Meaney, Audrey (2013) What was Lybcorn? Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 146-205. ISSN 0075-8566

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Proctor, Rosemary (2012) An Edition of Vainglory. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 51-73. ISSN 0075-8566

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Roper, Jonathan (2012) William Barnes and Frisian Forefathers. Leeds Studies in English, ns 43. pp. 9-20. ISSN 0075-8566

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Snook, Ben (2009) Review: Janie Steen, Verse and Virtuosity: The Adaptation of Latin Rhetoric in Old English Poetry. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008. Leeds Studies in English, ns 40. pp. 150-52. ISSN 0075-8566

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Wotherspoon, Irené (2013) Old English Hymele: An Occasional Flavour of Hops. Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 114-36. ISSN 0075-8566

Wotherspoon, Irené (2013) Old English Hymlic: Is it Hemlock? Leeds Studies in English, ns 44. pp. 94-113. ISSN 0075-8566

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