"Ambiguity and Interpretation: A FifteenthCentury Reading of Troilus and Criseyde." Speculum (April 1979), 54(2):297330.
(and others). "Chaucer's Audience: Discussion." Chaucer Review (1983), 18(2):175-181.
"Christian and Pagan in The Testament of Cresseid." Philological Quarterly (October 1973), 52(4):696-714.
"Chaucerian Confession: Penitential Literature and the Pardoner." Medievalia et Humanistica (1976), 7:153-173.
"`For the Wyves love of Bathe': Feminine Rhetoric and Poetic Resolution in the Roman de la Rose and the Canterbury Tales." Speculum (July 1983), 58(3):656-695.
"Heroism and the Rise of Romance: An Essay
in Medieval Literary History." Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University,
Abstract in Dissertation Abstracts (1969), 30(2):694-A.
"The Historiography of Romance and the Alliterative Morte Arthure." Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Spring 1983), 12(1):1-32.
"Literary History." In Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin, eds., Critical Terms for Literary Study, pp. 250-262. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.
Editor. Literary Practice and Social Change in Britain, 1380-1530. The New Historicism, 8. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989.
"The Logic of Textual Criticism and the Way of Genius: The Kane-Donaldson Piers Plowman in Historical Perspective." In Jerome J. McGann, ed., Textual Criticism and Literary Interpretation, pp. 55-91, 212-219. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985.
Negotiating the Past: The Historical Understanding of Medieval Literature. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987.
"`No Man His Reson Herde': Peasant Consciousness, Chaucer's Miller, and the Structure of the Canterbury Tales." South Atlantic Quarterly (Fall 1987), 86(4):457-495.
"On the Margin: Postmodernism, Ironic History, and Medieval Studies." Speculum (January 1990), 65:87-108.
"The Parson's Tale and the Quitting of the Canterbury Tales." Traditio (1978), 34:331-380.
"The Politics of Poetry at the Court of Richard II: The Case of Sir John Clanvowe." Larry Reynolds and Jeffrey Cox, eds., Literature and History. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Forthcoming.
"`Rapt with Pleasaunce': Vision and Narration in the Epic." ELH (Fall 1981), 48(3):455-475.
Review of Douglas Kelly's Medieval Imagination : Rhetoric and the Poetry of Courtly Love. MLN (December 1979), 94(5):1237-1241.
Review of Jeese M. Gellrich's The Idea of the Book in the Middle Ages: Language Theory, Mythology, and Fiction. Speculum (July 1988), 63(3):664-667.
Review of John Block Friedman's The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought. Criticism (Winter 1982), 24(1):70-73.
Review of Mary Salu, ed. Essays on Troilus and Criseyde. Speculum (October 1981), 56(4):912-914.
Review of R.A. Shoaf's Dante, Chaucer, and the Currency of the Word: Money, Images, and Reference in Late Medieval Poetry. JEGP (October 1985), 84(4):545-547.
Review of Stephen Knight's Geoffrey Chaucer. Studies in the Age of Chaucer (1987), 9:220-225.
Review of V.A. Kolve's Chaucer and the Imagery of Narrative, the First Five `Canterbury Tales'. Virginia Quarterly Review (Autumn 1985), 61(4):727-732.
Editor of "Rewriting the Middle Ages" issue of Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Fall 1988), 18(2).
"`What Man Artow?': Authorial Self-Definition in the Tale of Sir Thopas and the Tale of Melibee." Studies in the Age of Chaucer (1989), 11:117-175.
"Writing about Writing: The Case of Chaucer (Review Article)." University of Toronto Quarterly (Spring 1979), 48(3):263-282.
"Writing Amorous Wrongs: Chaucer and the Order of Complaint." In James Dean and Christian Zacher, eds., The Idea of Medieval Literature: Essays in Memory of Donald Howard. Forthcoming.