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—. “Lay Literacy, the Democritization of God’s Law, and the Lollards.” The Bible as Book: The Manuscript Tradition. Ed. K. Van Kampen and John L. Sharpe III. London: British Library, 1998. 177-95.


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Bisson, Lillian M. Chaucer and the Late Medieval World. London: Palgrave, 1998.

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