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Friday, 12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., 309, JW Marriott

A Public Privacy: Lovers in Romance

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Program arranged by the International Courtly Literature Society. Presiding: Albrecht Classen, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson

1. “The Triple Public of the Almost-Perfect Knight in the Illustrated Vulgate ‘Lancelot’ Codex Yale 229,” Elizabeth Moore Willingham, Baylor Univ.

2. “‘Loyaulx, Secrez, voirs Disans’: The Ethic of Secrecy and the Critique of Courtliness in ‘La chastelaine de Vergi’ and Christine de Pizan’s Livre du duc des vrais amans,” Lucas Wood, Indiana Univ., Bloomington

3. “Love Is a Battlefield: Sex and Conquest in The Man of Law’s Tale and The King of Tars,” Kristi Castleberry, Lyndon State Coll.

4. “Lovers Cannot Be Brothers: Public Deceit and Private Intention in The Knight’s Tale,” Jeffery Stoyanoff, Spring Hill Coll.

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