Medieval English Studies
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The Journal of the Medieval English Studies Association of Korea

ISSN 1229-0394

Published once a year, at the end of the year, until 2001. Since 2001, published twice each year. The journal publishes papers by members of the Association on topics related to medieval (Old and Middle) and early modern English literature, in Korean and in English.

The name of the journal was changed in 2003 (Volume 11) to
Medieval and Early Modern English Studies ߼ ׻


Cumulative Index (Korean / English)

1) page numbers.
2) Author (Family name first).
3) Title in Korean (if any)
4) Title (in English, reproducing the translation of the title given in the abstract, if any).
4) Language of the paper.
5) Language of the abstract (if nothing is noted, there is no abstract).



Volume 1 (1993)

1-20
Kang, Kwan Soo.

"The Dream of the Rood"
Ÿ ̹.
(The Warrior's Image in 'The Dream of the Rood.')
Korean.
English abstract.

21-41
Teague, Anthony.

Romantic Love as Fiction and as Life.
English

43-58
Lee, Sung-il.

Chaucer and Dreams: The Book of the Duchess.
(Chaucer
: The Book of the Duchess.)
Korean.
English abstract

59-75
Lim, Hye-Soon.

"Friar's Tale"
"Summoner's Tale" Ÿ Mirror Image.
(The Mirror Image on "The Friar's Tale and "The Summoner's Tale.")
Korean.
English abstract.

77-93
Kim, Jae-Whan.
ȯ
Chaucer
ȥ: "The Franklin's Tale" ߽
(Chaucer's View of Marriage: Centered on "the Franklin's Tale.")
Korean.
English abstract.

95-112
Park, Young-Bae.

ʼ ǰ ̴ پ缺
(Linguistic Diversity in Chaucer's Language.)
Korean.
English abstract.

113-135
Lehr, John.
Thomas Hoccleve: Poet.
English.

137-153
Mun, Hui-Kyong.

Sir John Mandeville's East: Image or Knowledge?
English.

155-159.
Teague, Anthony.

Some Recent Developments in Medieval Studies.
English.


Volume 2 (1994)

1-21
Shynne, Gwanghyun.

Allegory's Two Pulls: A Reading of St. Augustine's De Doctrina Christiana.
English

23-39
Lee, Duk-Su.

ī縵 ô(Europa) .
(The Concept of Europa in the Carolingian Age.)
Korean.

41-57
Kong, Sung-Uk.

The Legend of Good Women
ÿ Ÿ Chaucer ڱ⺯ȣ.
(Chaucer's The Legend of Good Women: A Self-Apology.)
Korean.
English abstract.

59-77
Kim, Jae-Whan.
ȯ
зε : "Knight's Tale" "Miller's Tale" ߽.
(The Parody on the Courtly Love: "the Knight's Tale" and "the Miller's Tale.")
Korean.
English abstract.

79-89
Kim, Son-suk.

Piers the Plowman.
Korean

91-123
Kang, Ji-Soo.

Formal Completeness and Temporality in Pearl.
English.

125-141
Kim, Myoung-ok.

The Mythical Structure of the Ending in the Arthurian Romances.
English.

143-164
Lee, Jong-suk.

: Shakespeare .
(History and Literature: the 'Historicity' of Shakespeare's History Plays.)
Korean.


Volume 3

1-15
Lee, Insung.
μ
Christian Sea Symbolism in The Seafarer: "stormas paer stanclifu beotan"; "sealtytha gelac".
English.

17-32
Kang, Ji-Soo.

The Concept of Boasting in Beowulf: The Problems of Interpreting Beot, Gilp, and their
Compound Words.
English.

33-59
Lee, Hyun-Ju.

ξ̿ ð Ÿ ۰ ð.
(The Author's Contrary Views in The Owl and the Nightingale.)
Korean.
English abstract.

61-85
Lim, Hye-Soon.

Chaucer
.
(A Study on Chaucer's Use of Loan-Words.)
Korean.
English abstract.

87-102
Kim, Hoyoung.
ȣ
The Literary Context of The House of Fame and Chaucer's Via Negativa.
English.

103-125
Kim, Jung-Ai.

Piers Plowman: Women Characters.
English.

128-145
Kim, Myoung-ok.

߼̷
(Studies in Medieval Literary Theory.)
Korean.

147-165
An, Sonjae.

Parodic Ambitions: Preludes to Faustus and Macbeth.
English.


Volume 4

1-39
Lee, Dong-ill.

Beowulf's Youth and Social Status.
English.

41-71
Kim, Chong-hui.

ƴ ȭ ü: (I) 긣Ÿ սǻ ũƼ ƮοͿ ̸.
(The formation and destruction of the myth of King Arthur: (I) From the 'History of the Kings of Britain' to Chretien de Troyes.)
Korean.

73-96
Lee, Yon-hui.

Criseyde
ι
(Chaucer's Characterization of Criseyde in Troilus and Criseyde.)
Korean.
English abstract.

97-136
Yoon, Minwoo.
ο
ʼ ĺ : ĵͺ ̾߱ Fragment I.
(Chaucer's Fabliaux: Fragment I of the Canterbury Tales.)
Korean

137-147
Lee, Insung.
μ
The Symbolic Meaning of Sea in Chaucer's The Man of Law's Tale.
English.
149-173

Lim, Hye-Soon.
"Franklin's Tale"
gentil free
(Gentil and Free in "the Franklin's Tale".)
Korean.
English abstract.

175-189
An, Sonjae

Patterns of Fractured Discourse in Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale.
English.

191-5
An, Sonjae.

Some Recent Publications and Other News.
English.


Volume 5 (1997)

1-20
Chung, In-ju.

Auchinleck MS. and St. Katherine.
English.

21-57
Lee, Dongchoon.

Chivalry in the Fourteenth Century as Reflected in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
English.

59-82
Kim, Chong-Ae.

Ǹ : ߽.
(Gower's Good Women: The Confessio Amantis.)
Korean.

83-105
Kaylor, Noel Harold, Jr.
The Influence of Boethius and Dante upon Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde.
English.

107-144
Kim, Myoung-ok

߼ , ȭ, ʼ ÿ Ÿ , ȭ , .
(The Medieval Concepts of Poet, Narrator, and Reader Related to the Poet, Narrator, and Reader Found in Chaucer's Poetry .)
Korean.

145-170
Kang, Ji-Soo.

The (In)Completeness of the Cook's Tale.
English.

171-200
Ch'oi, Ye-jong.

پ Ŭ.
(Sermon and Wyclifism in the Wife of Bath.)
Korean

201-213
Lee, Sung-Il.

On Robert Henryson's Testament of Crisseid.
English.

215-241
Yoon, Minwoo.
ο
The Use of Northern Dialect and Middle Scots in the Scottish Literature.
English.

243-282
Lehr, John.
Hoccleve and the National Language.
English.

283-300
Lee, Jin-Ah.

The Primacy of the Virtue of Holiness in Spenser's Faerie Queene.
English.

Book Reviews



Volume 6 (1998)

1-20
Lee, Dong-Il

: ɵ ̰ ߽
(The Origin of English Poetry: Caedmon's Hymn)
Korean
English abstract.

21-55
Chung, Inju

The Physiologus and "The Whale"
English
English abstract.

59-98
Kang, Ji-Soo

Homily and Narrative: Exempla as History in Cleanness
English
English & Korean abstracts.

101-129
Kim, Myoung-ok

Marie de France
lais Ÿ
(The Role of Women in Marie de France' s lais)
Korean
English abstract.

131-161
Choi, Yejung 
ֿ
ȣ: Ÿ ʼ а.
(An Apology of Poetry: Chaucer's Poetics in The House of Fame)
Korean
English abstract.

163-197
Park, Youngwon 

Providence and the Planetary Gods in the Knight's Tale
English
English & Korean abstracts.

199-223
Lim, Hye-Soon

"Summoner's Tale"
'glosyng'
("Glosyng" in the Summoner's Tale)
Korean
English abstract.

225-246
Na, Yong-jun

Lancelot in Malory's Tale of the Sankreal
English
English & Korean abstract.



Volume 7 (1999)

1-18
Lee, Sung-Il  

The Wife's Lament and Samiin'gok, a Classical Korean Poem: A Comparative Study on the Poet's Assuming Female Voices
English
English & Korean abstracts.

19-61
Lee, Dong-Ill 

Wealhtheow's Verbal Tactics in Beowulf
English
English & Korean abstracts.

63-92
An, Sonjae 

The Good, the Bad, and the Holy : Reading the Canterbury Tales
English
English & Korean abstracts.

93-123
Kim, Jung-Ai

ʼ : ̾߱ ߽
(The Monk's Tale: Chaucerian Tragedy)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

125-147
Park, Yoon-Hee 

<
پ ̾߱>: θ ̱
(The Wife of Bath's Taming of Romance)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

149-175
Choi, Yejung

The Legend of Good Women:
۰ ǵ б
(The Legend of Good Women: Reading the Author s 'entente')
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

177-197
Na, Yong-jun 

"Love, That knetteth lawe of compaignie" in Troilus and Criseyde
English
English & Korean abstracts

199-221
Lee, Insung 
μ
<
>  Ÿ :
(The Comic Element in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Laughter)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

223-241
Kaylor, Noel Harold  Jr.
Editing John Bracegirdle's Consolatio Translation: Some Insights and Observations

243-265
Jang, Heran 

Spenser's Astrophel and Clorinda
English
English & Korean abstracts

267-303
Yoon, Minwoo 
ο
12
ƻ, θ, : μ ܼ .
(Language and Desire of the Twelfth-Century Epic, Romance, and Lyric   )
Korean
English & Korean abstracts



Volume 8 (2000)

5-34
Lee, Dongill

Mathelian Direct Speech Ժ
(A Study on Mathelian and  Verbs Introducing Direct Speeches )
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

35-59
Lee, Sung-Il 

The Theme of Mutability in Old English Poetry
English
English & Korean abstracts

61-76
An, Sonjae

So Many Tales Untold: Eloquent Silences in the Old English Canon
English
English & Korean abstracts

77-93
Chung, Inju 

Faith and Loyalty: Sir Gawain as a Medieval Man
English
English & Korean abstracts

95-114
Kaylor, Noel Harold
Holding the Center: Chaucer's Book of Troilus and Dante's Commedia
English
English abstract

115-128
Stevick, Robert D.
The Medium of Middle English Lyrics
English
English abstract

129-157
Kim, Ho-Young 
ȣ
߼ ټ:
(The Faerie Queene) 7ǿ Ÿ ̳ .
(From the Medieval to the Early Modern: Modes of Ideological Conflict in Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book 7)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

159-179
Hong, Kyongjoo 
ȫ
"Googe Is Scrooge":  Barnaby Googe and Poetic Asceticism
English
English & Korean abstracts



Volume 9 No. 1 (June 2001)

5-29
Lee, Dongchoon 

ɸ μ ǿ
(Dragon as Psychological Archetype in Beowulf)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

31-41
Lee, Sung-Il  

Grendel's Mere: Freudian and Metapoetical Implications
English
English & Korean abstracts

43-66
Kim, Junhyun 

' Ƹ𿡴μ
(Woman as locus amoenus)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

67-132
Yoon, Minwoo 
ο
øΡ (Dame Sirith):
(A Translation of Dame Sirith into Korean)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

133-154

Kong, Sung-Uk
< ȸ> Ÿ
(The Narrative Structure of The Parliament of Fowls)
Korean
English & Korean abstracts

155-188
An, Sonjae 

Toward a Medieval Archetectonics: Reading Wells Cathedral
English
English & Korean abstracts

189-209
Kim, Hoyoung 
ȣ
Britomartis' Heroic Love in Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Book 3
English
English & Korean abstracts



Volume 9 No. 2 (December 2001)
 

5-27
Phillips, Philip Edward
Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae and the Lamentatio/Consolatio Tradition
English
English abstract

29-71
Kim, Jeong-Hee 
ƴ ȭ ü (II) ߽

Formation and Collapse of Arthurian Myth (II): The Case of Courtly Love
Korean
English and Korean abstracts

73-105
Lee, Yeon-Hee
TroilusCriseyde η ߼
The Duality of Fear of Troilus and Criseyde
Korean
English and Korean abstracts

107-129
Choi, Yejung 
Ҹ : ù° ڱذ ι° ڱ
Divine Voice, Human Voice: Two Voices in The First and the Second Shepherds' Plays
Korean
English and Korean abstracts

131-153
Kang, Ji-Soo
The Significance of the Eucharist Scenes in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament
Korean
English and Korean abstracts



Volume 10 No. 1 (2002)

5-16
Richard Scott Nokes
The Old English Charms and King Alfred's Court
English
English and Korean abstracts

17-54
Chang, Wook

̻ ΰ
(St. Thomas Aquinas' Understanding of Man)
Korean
English and Korean abstracts

55-71
Liliana Sikorska
Performing The Love Of God And The Struggle With The Devil: The "Theatricality" Of Medieval Mystical Culture
English
English abstract

73-107
Kang, Chung-Ryong 
̾߱ ʼ
(Le Roman de la Rose and Chaucer's Translation)
Korean
French and Korean abstracts (and English in online version)

109-138
Tai-Won Kim. ¿
"Measure is Treasure": Financial and Political Prudence in John Skelton's Magnificence
English
English and Korean abstracts
 



Volume 10 No. 2 (2002)

5-27
Phillips, Philip Edward
Lady Philosophy's Therapeutic Method: The "Gentler and "Stronger" Remedies in Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae.
English
English abstract

29-80
I, Deug-Su 

Lioba - dilecta Bonifati. Eine Liebesgeschichte im 8. Jahrhundert
German
Korean abstract

81-116
Kim, Jaehyun

"Angelus et Christus" in the Five five-fold Division and Unification of the World and Nature in Eriugena and Maximus the Confessor
English
Korean abstract

117-130
Lee, Dongill
̵
A Study on Geogod in Old English Poetry: Beowulf 535-538
English
Korean abstract

131-151
Choi, Ye-jong

ü ȯ(Corpus Christi Cycle) ׸ ǹ ġ
Corpus Christi Cycle and the Politics of the Meaning of the "Body of Christ"
Korean
English abstract

153-168
An, Sonjae 

Troilus and Criseyde: The Hidden Influence of Chaucer's Reading
English
Korean abstract

169-181
Lee, Jongsook 

Gender and Translation in Early Modern England
English
Korean abstract

183-198
John Morris Jackson, Noel Harold Kaylor, Jr.
The Early Education of Queen Elizabeth I and her later translation of Boethius's De Consolatione Philosophiae
English
English abstract



The contents of Volume 11 and following volumes, published under the title
Medieval and Early Modern English Studies ߼ ׻ will be found on a separate page.