Meed, Mercede, and Mercy:
Langland's Grammatical Metaphor and
Its Relation to Piers Plowman as a Whole

Martyn J. Miller
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This essay originally appreared in Medieval Perspectives (Volume IX, Summer 1994, 73 - 84; ISSN 1057-5367), a publication of the Southeastern Medieval Association. It is reproduced here with permission from Professor Ordelle Hill, Editor, Medieval Perspectives.

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