2 (2002): 470-84; Hanna, "Contextualizing The Siege of Jerusalem," 109-21; Chism, "Profiting from Precursors in The Siege of Jerusalem, Alliterative Revivals, 155-88.
39) Narin van Court, "The Siege of Jerusalem and Recuperative Readings," 162; Chism, Alliterative Revivals, 182-3.
Graesse (Dresden, 1846), 301; for a discussion of the Siege-poet s alterations of the Legenda's account, see Millar, The Siege of Jerusalem in its Physical, Literary, and Historical Contexts, 72; Chism, Alliterative Revivals, 183-84.
Recent readings of the poem that see the text as condemning Arthur's martial and imperial actions include Christine Chism, Alliterative Revivals
(Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002), pp.