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AUTHOR TITLE                 Pages
Chris Humphrey Introduction 3–4
Chris Humphrey The World Upside-Down in Theory and as practice: A New Approach to the Study of Medieval Misrule 5–20
Tom Pettitt Protesting Inversion: Charivary as Folk Pageantry and Folk-Law 21–51
Philip Butterworth Magic Through Sound: Illusion, Deception, and Agreed Pretence       Summary 52–65
Femke Kramer How to Deal with Farces? Suggestions for an Alternative Research Programme 66–78
Paul Hardwick The York Masons’ Monkey-Business 79–86
Malcolm Jones Proclaiming and Prognosticating: World Upside-Down Predicted — Official 87–102
Anonymous The Pley of Controversie 103–110
Leif Søndergaard and Tom Pettitt The Unfaithful Wife (Den Utro Hustru) — English translation 111–134

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