Jane Chance's Articles, Poems, Essays
- Reprinted Excerpts on Pierre Bersuire from Medieval Mythography, vol. 2: From the School of Chartres to the Court at Avignon, 1177-1350(Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2000), pp. 320-21, in Louis Renaud, “Un bénédictin célèbre, Pierre Bersuire,” in St.-Pierre-du-Chemin—Au pays de la Pierre Rose (Angers, France: Siloe, 2004, forthcoming).
- Filmed Interview; also filming of lecture on “Tolkien’s Women (and Men): The Book and the Film,” for oneringnet.com‘s documentary, “Ringers: Lord of the Fans” (forthcoming fall, 2004).
- Foreword, Greenwood Series on Historic Events in the Medieval World, forthcoming October, 2004, and March, 2005.
- “Mythography” (1000 words), The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert Bjork, forthcoming, Oxford University Press, 2005.
“Saint Agnes as Physician in Ælfric’s Anglo-Saxon Legend and Hrotsvit of Gandersheim’s Latin Conversion Works: Healing through Transculturalization,” in Distant Voices--Still Heard: Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Scandinavian Women, ed. Christina Lee and Susan P. Perry (accepted; forthcoming, E.J. Brill, 2005).
- “Subversive Fantasist: Tolkien on Class Differences,” invited essay for Proceedings of the Conference on “The Lord of the Rings, 1954-2004: Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Blackwelder, October 21-23, 2004, ed. Andrew Tallon (contracted Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2005–6, forthcoming).
- “Tolkien’s Women (and Men): The Film and the Book,” in Tolkien on Film: Essays on Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings, ed. Janet Brennan Croft (forthcoming, Altadena, CA: The Mythopoeic Press, 2004).
- “Tolkien and the Other: Race and Gender in Middle-earth,” in Tolkien’s Modern Middle Ages, ed. Jane Chance and Alfred K. Siewers, in progress.
- “Women’s Historical Writing in and on the Middle Ages,” invited essay for The Companion to Women’s Historical Writing, ed. Mary Spongeberg, Curthoys, and Caine (Palgrave/Macmillan, forthcoming, 2005).
- Reprinted essay, “The Lord of the Rings: Tolkien’s Epic,” from Tolkien’s Art, rev. ed. (2001), reprinted in Rose A. Zimbardo and Neil D. Isaacs, Understanding “The Lord of the Rings”: The Best of Tolkien Criticism (London: HarperCollins; New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004), 195-232.
- “Introduction,” in Tolkien and the Invention of Myth: A Reader, ed. Jane Chance (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2004), 1-16.
- “Hrotsvit’s Latin Drama Gallicanus and the Old English Epic Elene: Intercultural Founding Narratives of a Feminized Church," in Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: Contexts, Identities, Affinities, and Performances, 193-212, edited by Katharina Wilson, Phyllis Brown, and Linda McMillan (Toronto and London: University of Toronto Press, 2004).
- Reprinted Interview, by Turgon, “Turgon’s Bookshelf: Q&A with Jane Chance,” in “Green Books-Exploring the Words and Worlds of J. R. R. Tolkien,” on the internet, July 15, 2003, in a collection on best material published by oneringnet.com, More People’s Guide to Middle-earth, ed. Erica Challis, pb (forthcoming, Cold Spring Press, 2004).
- Reprinted essay, “Tolkien’s Women (and Men): The Film and the Book,” feature lecture at Oxonmoot, 2003, reprinted in Mallorn (Journal of the Tolkien Society), July, 2004.
- Interview by Scott McLemee, Senior Editor, “Reaching for the Ring: Tolkien Scholars Embark on a Quest for Legitimacy in Academe,” Chronicle of Higher Education, 50, issue 39 (June 4, 2004), A11.
- Interview by Gergely Nagy, University of Szeged, Hungarian Tolkien Society, for March, 2004, issue.
- Interview by Tolkien’s Return of the King, for the Columbus News-Dispatch, Jan. 13, 2004.
- Interview about Tolkien, with Ethan Gilsdorf, in "The Trouble with Tolkien," The Common Review, 2:4 (winter 2004): 16-20.
- Barbara Newman, God and the Goddesses: Vision, Poetry, and Belief in the Middle Ages (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003), Pp. xvi, 446, for Arthuriana 14 (2004): 100-102.
- Review of Joanne Maguire Robinson, Nobility and Annihilation in Marguerite Porete’s ‘Mirror of Simple Souls’ (SUNY Series in Western Esoteric Traditions). Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 2001. Paper. Pp. xvi, 178, for Speculum, 79:2 (2004): 551-54.
- And Jessica Weinstein, "National Identity and Conversion through Medieval Romance: The Case of Hrafn Gunnlaugsson's 'I Skugga Hrafnsins' (In the Shadow of the Raven)" Scandinavian Studies 75 (Fall, 2003): 417-38.
- “Representing Rebellion: The Ending of Chaucer’s Knight’s Tale and the Castration of Saturn,” in Medieval Literature, Languages and Culture: Essays From A Symposium in Memory of Professor Margaret Schlauch (1898-1986), May 13-15, 2002, in Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 38 (2002): 75-92 (published spring, 2003).
- Radio Interview by Anna Maria Tremonti about Tolkien, on “The Current,” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-Toronto, Dec. 16, 2003.
- Interview by Gayle Macdonald for an article about Tolkien and the Toronto Tolkien conference, The Gathering of the Fellowship, Toronto Globe and Mail, Dec. 13, 2003 (Saturday).
- Interview about Tolkien, London Times, for Dec. 20, 2003 (Saturday).
- Interview about Tolkien’s Return of the King by Larry Ratliff, San Antonio Express, for Dec. 13, 2003 (Saturday).
- Interview, by Anthony S. Burdge, Parma Nölé(Journal of Heren Istarion, The New York Tolkien Society), no. 8, November/December, 2003, pp. 19-26.
- Filmed interview about Tolkien for Ringers, The Lord of the Fans, in Oxford, England, by TORN (theoneringnet.com), September 20, 2003, for feature-length documentary about Tolkien’s fans, and taping of Lecture, “Tolkien’s Women (And Men): The Film and the Book.”
- Interview, by Turgon, “Turgon’s Bookshelf: Q&A with Jane Chance,” Green Books-Exploring the Words and Worlds of J. R. R. Tolkien, July 15, 2003.
- Mary C. Erler, Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002), for The Medieval Review, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 2003 http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=tmr;cc=tmr;sid=f1e2c2b2cfb8669fe532f9dc2e8f8ef2;q1=jane%20chance;rgn=main;view=text;idno=baj9928.0305.005
- Amy Hollywood, Sensible Ecstasy: Mysticism, Sexual Difference, and the Demands of History (Religion and Postmodernism), Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2001. Pp.xv, 371; 1 diagram. In Speculum 78 (2003): 898-901.
- Claire Lees and Gillian Overing, Double Agents: Women and Clerical Culture in Anglo-Saxon England (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001), Envoi 10:1 (Spring, 2001):64-72 (published in August, 2003).
- With Jessica Weinstein, Reprinted essay in shortened form, "National Identity and Conversion through Medieval Romance: The Case of Hrafn Gunnlaugsson's 'I Skugga Hrafnsins' (In the Shadow of the Raven)," in Sagas and Societies: Conference Proceedings of the Conference Held in Bogarnes, Iceland, September 5-9, 2002, Bogarnes, 2004. http://w210.ub.uni-tuebingen.de/portal/sagas/
- Excerpts from The Lord of the Rings: The Mythology of Power and Tolkien’s Art: A Mythology for England (2001) included on National Geographics’s Lord of the Rings web page on December 20, 2001, under “Myth and Storytelling,” on “Beyond the Movie: The Lord of the Rings,” http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ngbeyond/ and on cd, Feb. 2002
- Reprinted essay: “The Structural Unity of Beowulf: The Problem of Grendel’s Mother,” from Texas Studies in Literature and Language 22 (1980): 287-303, in Beowulf: A Verse Translation, trans. Seamus Heaney, ed. Daniel Donoghue, Norton Critical Editions (New York: W. W. Norton, 2002), 152-67.
- "Illuminated Royal Manuscripts of the Early Fifteenth Century and Christine de Pizan's Remythification of Classical Women in Cité des Dames," Contexts and Continuities: Proceedings of the IVth International Colloquium on Christine de Pizan (Glasgow 21-27 July 2000), published in honour of Liliane Dulac, edited by Angus J. Kennedy with Rosalind Brown-Grant, James C. Laidlaw and Catherine M. Müller, Glasgow University Medieval French Texts and Studies, I (Glasgow: University of Glasgow Press, 2002), 3 vols., 51 illustrations, 1:203-41.
- Interview about Tolkien’s Two Towers, “Teachers Pan Ring Film,” by Julia Duin, Culture section, Washington Times, Jan. 2, 2003.
- Interview about Tolkien’s Two Towers, “The Current,” CBC Radio-Toronto, Dec. 20, 2002.
- Interview about Tolkien’s Two Towers, with Adam Rosser, “The Weekend News,” BBC Radio, December 15, 2002.
- Interview about Tolkien and fantasy, by Andrea Sith, Time Magazine, Nov. 22, 2002, for Nov. 25, 2002, issue (not cited by name).
Helios de Rosario Martínez,”Estudiar a Tolkien” (About my Tolkien course at Rice University), Estel no. 25 (2002): 5-15.
- Interview about Tolkien by Christopher Dow, “One Ring To Rule Them All,” Rice University Sallyport, January, 2002.
- Interview about Tolkien, by Christopher Dow, “Lure of the Rings,” Rice News 11, No. 18 (January 24, 2002): 4-5.
- “Is There a Text in this Hobbit? Peter Jackson’s Fellowship of the Ring,” Film Review, for Literature/Film Quarterly 30:2 (2002):79-85.
- Review Article: "Rhetorical Inventio and Ricardian Allegories in Late Middle English Literature: A New Historical Approach to Fiction," about Ann W. Astell, Political Allegory in Late Medieval England (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1999), xii plus 218 pp., in International Journal of the Classical Tradition 8.1 (summer, 2001; published in fall, 2002): 80-92.
- Interviewed about Tolkien, Bill Eikencamp, Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, Oct. 28, 2001
- Interviewed about Tolkien, "Lord of Literature," Los Angeles Times, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2001, by Mary MacNamera.
- Interview about Tolkien, in Paula Dragosh, "Deconstruct This: J. R.R. Tolkien: Shot from the Canon," Chronicle of Higher Education, Sept. 2, 2001, pp. B4, B6.
Interview about Tolkien, in Chris Mooney, "Kicking the Hobbi" for "Spectrum," American Prospect magazine, July 14, 2001.
Interview about Tolkien, in Stephen Kinzer, "An Improbable Sequel: Harry Potter and the Ivory Tower," New York Times, May 12, 2001, p. A21.
- Reprinted essay: "The Structural Unity of Beowulf: The Problem of Grendel’s Mother," from Texas Studies in Literature and Language 22 (1980): 287-303, in Beowulf: A Verse Translation, trans. Seamus Heaney, ed. Daniel Donoghue, Norton Critical Editions (New York: W. W. Norton, 2001).
"The F-Word as 'Fashion': Gendering the Sophomore Survey," in
Teaching Medieval Women’s Culture, ed. Jane Jeffrey, College Literature 28 (2001): 70-81.
"Classical Myth and Gender in the Letters of Abelard and Heloise: Gloss, Glossed, Glossator," in Listening to Heloise: The Voice of a Twelfth-Century Woman, ed. Bonnie Wheeler, 161-85, Series on The New Middle Ages (New York: St. Martin’s
- "'Mine is Longer’: Gender and Female Authority in the Academy," in Medieval Feminist Forum 30: Feminist Legacies: Female Medieval Scholars and the Academy, Guest edited by Sarah Stanbury (2000): 16-23.
- "Mythography" and "Christine de Pizan" , Medieval Folklore: An Encyclopedia of Myths, Legends, Tales, Beliefs, and Customs, ed. Carl Lindahl, John Lindow,
and John MacNamara (Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2000).
"Gender Subversion and Linguistic Castration in Fifteenth-Century English translations of Christine de Pizan," in Violence Against Women in Medieval Texts, ed. Anna Walecka Roberts, 161-94 (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998).
"Literary Influences on Middle English Literature (Medieval Latin)," in Medieval
England: An Encyclopedia, ed. Paul Szarmach, The Garland Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages (New York: Garland Press, 1998).
- "’The Literary Traditions of Medieval Women’ (The 1997 NEH Summer Institute): Introduction, Description, and Reading List,"for Special Section on "Feminist Pedagogy from
Participants in the 1997 NEH Summer Institute at Rice University," Special
Issue on Teaching Medieval Women, Medieval Feminist Newsletter No. 25 (Spring,
- "The Structural Unity of Beowulf: The Problem of Grendel’s Mother," Texas Studies in
Literature and Language 22:3 (1980): 282-303, rpt. in Readings on Beowulf, ed. Stephen P. Thomas. Greenhaven Literary Companion to British Literature. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1998.
- "Speaking in propria persona: Authorizing the Subject as a Political Act in Late Medieval
Feminine Spirituality," in The Holy Women of Liége and their Impact, ed. Juliette Dor,
Lesley Johnson, and Jocelyn Wogan-Browne (Turnhout: Brepols, 1998).
1997 "Monstra-naturalità distorte: Bertram dal Bornio, Ecuba
[Dante’s Monsters and Aristotelian Mutation: Schismatic Poet Bertran dal
Bornio (Inf. 28) and Childless Mother Hecuba (Inf. 30)]," in I `monstra’
nell’inferno dantesco: tradizione e simbolgie, 235-76. Atti del XXXIII
Convegno storico internazionale del Centro Italiano di Studi sul Basso
Medioevo-Accademia Tudertina (Todi, 13-16 ottobre 1996). Spoleto: Centro
Italiano di Studi’Alto Medioevo, 1997. Review of James Simpson, Sciences
and the Self in Medieval Poetry: Alan of Lille's Anticlaudianus and John
Gower's Confessio Amantis (Cambridge University Press, 1995), in Studies
in the Age of Chaucer 19 (1997): 302-7. "Tenured faculty, academic
freedom threatened" (Letter to the Editor), The Rice Thresher 84:27
(May 16, 1997), p. 2.
"Introduction," in Gender and Text in the Later Middle Ages,
ed. J. Chance (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996): 1-21.
- "Power and Knowledge in Tolkien: The Problem of Difference in `The Birthday Party,'" rpt. from The Lord of the Rings: The Mythology of Power (Macmillan/Twayne, 1992), 27-35, in Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference 1992 (Mythlore 80/Mallorn 33), edited by Patricia Reynolds and Glen H. Goodknight (Altadena, CA: Milton Keyne, 1995).
- Review of E. Jane Burns, Bodytalk
(University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994), Arthuriana 5 (winter 1995): 111-13.
- "St. Catherine of Siena in Late Medieval Britain: Feminizing
Literary Reception through Gender and Class," in Annali d'italianistica:
Women Mystic Writers 13 (1995): 163-203.
- "Christine de Pizan as Literary Mother: Women's Authority
and Subjectivity in 'The Floure and the Leafe' and 'Assembly of Ladies,'" in
The City of Scholars: New Approaches to Christine de Pizan, ed. Margarete
Zimmermann and Dina de Rentiis, European Cultures: Studies in Literature
and the Arts (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1994): 245-59.
Chivalry and the Other," in The Rusted Hauberk: Feudal Ideals of Order
and their Decline, ed. Liam Purdon and Cindy S. Vitto (Gainesville and
London: University Press of Florida, 1994), 309-317.
- Cassette Recording
in Middle English as Pertelote, Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale, NCS Readings
9, The Chaucer Studio, Brigham Young University, 1995 (recorded Dublin,
Ireland, July 25, 1994).
- Cassette Recording in Middle English as the Old
Wife, Chaucer's Wife of Bath's Tale, NCS Readings 10, The Chaucer Studio,
Brigham Young University, 1995 (recorded Dublin, Ireland, July 25, 1994).
- "Gender Trouble in the Garden of Deduit: Christine de Pizan
Translating the Rose," Romance Languages Annual 4 (1993): 20-28.
of Elaine Tuttle Hansen, Chaucer and the Fictions of Gender (University
of California Press, 1991), in Studies in the Age of Chaucer 15 (1993):
- Review of Mary Carruthers, The Book of Memory: A Study of Memory
in Medieval Culture (Cambridge University Press, 1990), JEGP 91 (1992):
- Interviewed by Eric D. Norvell, "Pathfinding to the Top Ten,"
Capital Eye 1:1 (April 1992): 2-3, 12-13.
- "Allegory and Structure in Pearl: The Four Senses of the Ars
Praedicandi and Fourteenth-Century Homiletic Poetry," in Text and
Matter: New Critical Perspectives on the Pearl Poet, ed. Robert J. Blanch,
Miriam Youngerman Miller, and Julian N. Wasserman (Troy, New York: Whitston
Press, 1991): 31-59.
- "Grendel's Mother as Epic Anti-Type of the Virgin
and Queen," Chapter Seven of Woman as Hero in Old English Literature
(Syracuse, 1986), rpt. in Interpretations of Beowulf: A Critical Anthology,
ed. R. D. Fulk (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press,
- "Preface" to Inklings and Others, ed. J. Chance,
in Studies in Medievalism 3: 3-4 (winter-spring 1991), published in a single
volume (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1991): 231-7; and David Day, "Medievalism
in Tolkien: Two Decades of Criticism in Review," Studies in Medievalism:
Inklings and Others, Ed. Jane Chance, 3:3 (winter 1991), published with
German Medievalism in a single volume (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1991): 375-88.
- "Chaucer's Zephirus: Dante's Zefiro, St. Dominic, and the
Idea of the General Prologue," in The Mythographic Art (see above):
- Preface and "Introduction. The Medieval 'Apology for Poetry':
Fabulous Narrative and Stories of the Gods," in The Mythographic Art
(see above): ix-xi, 3-44.
- Review of Medieval English Studies Presented
to George Kane, ed. Edward Donald Kennedy, Ronald Waldron, and Joseph S.
Wittig (D.S. Brewer, 1988), Studies in the Age of Chaucer 12 (1990): 308-11.
Review of Carol F. Heffernan, The Phoenix at the Fountain: Images of Women
and Eternity in Lactantius's 'Carmen de Ave Phoenice' and the Old English
'Phoenix' (University of Delaware Press, 1988), in Envoi: A Review of Medieval
Literature 2:2 (1990): 350-57.
- "The Structural Unity of Beowulf: The
Problem of Grendel's Mother," rpt. in New Readings of Old English
Women: An Anthology of Critical Articles, ed. Helen Damico and Alexandra
Hennessey Olsen (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press,
- Cassette Recording in Middle English as Proserpina, Chaucer’s Merchant's
Tale, Chaucer Studio 3 (Adelaide, South Australia: The Chaucer Studio/University
of Adelaide, 1989).
- Guest Column, The Rice Thresher (Sept. 22, l989): 3.
Review of Mary Dove, The Perfect Age in Man's Life (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1988), in Studies in the Age of Chaucer 11 (1989): 208-12.
- "Anti-Courtly Love in Chaucer's Complaints," Mediaevalia
10 (1988, for 1984): 181-97.
- "Creation in Genesis and Nature in Chaucer's
General Prologue 1-18," reprinted in Modern Critical Interpretations:
The General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales, ed. Harold Bloom (New York,
New Haven, and Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 1988): 67-71.
is thy Face': Chaucer's Pardoner and the Protean Shape-Shifter Fals-Semblant"
(A Response to Britton Harwood) in "Medieval Literature and Contemporary
Critical Theory: A Symposium," Philological Quarterly 67 (1988): 423-35.
- "View from the Tower," The Rice Thresher, Jan. 16, l987:
- "Creative Projects in Medieval Literature Courses," Studies
in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 14:1 (1987): 3-5.
- "Chaucerian Irony in the Boethian Short Poems: The Dramatic
Tension between Classical and Christian," The Chaucer Review 20:3
- "Introduction. Surprised by Subtlety: A Survey of
the Teaching of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" and "Tolkien
and his Sources," in Approaches to Teaching Sir Gawain and the Green
Knight, ed. Miriam Youngerman Miller and Jane Chance (New York: MLA, l986):
- "Chaucerian Irony in the Verse Epistles 'Wordes unto Adam,'
'Lenvoy a Scogan,' and 'Lenvoy a Bukton'," Papers on Language and
Literature 21 (1985): 115-28.
- "The Origins of Medieval Mythography:
From Homer to Dante," in Mapping the Cosmos, ed. Jane Chance and R.O.
Wells, Jr. (Houston: Rice University Press, l985): 35-64, 151-9.
- "Alex through the Shower Door," "Paradise, Texas,"
and "Recovery" (Poems), University Blue (April l984): 6-7.
and Mythology," The Chaucer Newsletter 6 (winter 1984): 1, 2.
Medieval Sources of Cristoforo Landino's Allegorization of the Judgment
of Paris," Studies in Philology 81:2 (1984): 145-60.
- "The Artist as Epic Hero in Alan de Lille's Anticlaudianus,"
Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 18 (1983): 238-47.
- Review of Charles R. Sleeth,
Studies in 'Christ and Satan', University of Toronto Press (1982), Journal
of English and Germanic Philology 82 (April 1983): 218-21.
- "Analysand" (Poem),New America: A Journal of American
and Southwestern Culture (Women Artists and Writers of the Southwest) 4:3
- "The Anglo-Saxon Woman as Hero: The Chaste Queen and the Masculine
Woman Saint" (Abstract), The Old English Newsletter 14 (spring 1981):
- "The Role of Kingship in William Dunbar's Thrissil and Rois,"
University of Mississippi Studies in English 2 (1981): 25-34.
- "The Anglo-Saxon Woman as Hero: The Chaste Queen and the Masculine
Woman Saint,"Allegorica 5 (winter 1980): 139-48.
- "'As sweete
as is the roote of lycorys, or any cetewale': Herbal Imagery in Chaucer's
Miller's Tale," Chaucer Newsletter 2 (winter 1980): 6-8.
(Poem), CCTE Proceedings 45 (September 1980): 66.
- "McLuhan's Message
and Stoppard's Medium in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead," Dutch
Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters 10 (winter 1980): 34-40.
of Middle-earth": Review of Timothy O'Neill's The Individual Hobbit:
Tolkien, Jung and the Archetypes of Middle-earth, The Houston Chronicle,
Zest Section (Jan. 20, 1980): 16, 20.
- "Sentry" (Poem), Southern
Humanities Review 14 (winter 1980): 69.
- "Sightseeing" (Poem),
The Rice Literary Review (spring 1980): 28-29.
- "The Structural Unity
of Beowulf: The Problem of Grendel's Mother," Texas Studies in Literature
and Language 22 (fall 1980): 287-303.
- Excerpts from "'Isadora Icarus': The Mythic Unity of Erica
Jong's Fear of Flying," Rice University Studies 64 (winter 1978):
89-100, rpt. in Twentieth-Century Criticism, Gales's Contemporary Authors.
"The King under the Mountain: Tolkien's Hobbit," North Dakota
Quarterly 47 (winter 1979): 5-18.
- Review of Measuring Old English Rhythym:
An Application of the Principles of Gregorian Chant Rhythm to the Meter
of Beowulf, by Jane-Marie Luecke, University of Wisconsin Press (1978),
The South Central Bulletin 39 (spring 1979): 24.
- "Shopping" (Poem),
Primavera, 5 (1979): 8. Rpt. in Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook
of American Poetry (Beverly Hills, California: Monitor Book Co., 1979).
- "Creation in Genesis and Nature in Chaucer's General Prologue,
1-18," Papers on Language and Literature 14 (1978): 459-64.
Symbolism in Hawthorne's 'My Kinsman, Major Molineux,'" American Transcendental
Quarterly 38 (1978): 168-75.
- "How to Save Your Own Career: The Junior
Professor's Dilemma," Change Magazine 10 (February 1978): 40-3; and
Response to Letters 10 (June-July 1978): 10.
- "'Isadora Icarus': The
Mythic Unity of Erica Jong's Fear of Flying," Rice University Studies
64 (winter 1978): 89-100.
- "Magi" (Poem), Icarus 74 (summer-autumn
- "Talk" (Poem), Ariel 9 (spring 1978): 77.
Bite" (Poem), The Literary Review 21 (1978): 348.
- "Bricklayer" (Poem), The Literary Review 20 (1977): 433.
"Memento" and "Rumpus Room" (Poems), Quartet 8 (winter-spring
1977): 16-17. "Mythology for England: Tolkien's Silmarillion,"
The Houston Chronicle, Zest Section (Sept. 11, 1977): 13. "Prairie"
(Poem), Kansas Quarterly 9 (winter 1977): 130.
- "Playing Pool" (Poem), The Lyric 56 (spring 1976): 30.
"The Savior of Worm Hall" (Poem), Nimrod 21 (fall-winter 1976):
- "Christmas Present" and "Putting You On" (Poems),
Antigonish Review 23 (autumn 1975): 13-14.
- "Ecology for a New Eden" (Poem), Wascana Review, 8 (spring
- "The New Decorum" (Poem), Dalhousie Review 53 (1973):
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