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Helen Barr

text both from the place where that illustration appears and from textual and cultural knowledge further afield. For discussion of this term, and the related concept of ‘iconotext’, see Peter Wagner, Reading Iconotexts: From Swift to the French Revolution (London: Reaktion, 1995), pp. 11–13. 3 Blanch and Wasserman, From Pearl to Gawain, pp. 65–110. This chapter is an extremely rich study of the iconographical and gestural position of the work of the treatment of hands both in the Gawainpoet’s works and in wider manuscript illustration. 4 For instance, he dries

in Transporting Chaucer