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Topics include heroic poetry in modern Arabia, Old English translation of Judgment Day II, Old English runic inscriptions, the Narragansett runic inscription of Rhode Island, Old English preverbal elements with adverbial counterparts, Old English words for people, legal language, revisions in the Wyclif Bible, Chaucer's Latin (and a new take on Troilus, Kempe's ideas on salvaging journeys, Malory's critique on violence, the loss of final plosive consonants in late Middle English rhyme words, hyphens and hyper-hyphens in Middle English, and similarities or dissimilarities between medieval English and German.
The chapter closes with a presentation of the Old English runic alphabet and an analysis of its provenance.