SELIM. Journal of the Spanish Society for Medieval English Language and Literature publishes articles, notes, reviews, book notes and other scientific papers that contribute to the advancement of Medieval English Studies and Comparative Medieval Studies.
Originals submitted for publication will be pre-screened by the Editorial Board. Then they will be peer-reviewed in a double-blind revision process by, at least, two experts in the field of the paper. Once we have received the contributions you may expect a decision from the referees in about eight weeks’ time. The originals submitted should not have been sent to other journals or means of publication. SELIM assumes that all authors have the intellectual copyright to their originals, and that other authors quoted as 'personal communication' consent to being cited.
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The lady and the letter: Two ecclesiastical analogies in the Old English Soliloquies
‘The wickede secte of Saracenys’: Lexico-semantic means of strengthening the English Christian Self in texts from the Middle English period
Erik Wade, Andrew Breeze, Camilo Conde-Silvestre, Stuart D. Lee, Alison E. Killilea
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