1. Translating power for the princes of the blood : Laurent de Premierfait's Des cas des nobles hommes et femmes / Anne D. Hedeman 2. How to wield power with justice : the fifteenth-century Roman de Florimont as a Burgundian "Mirror for princes" / Rosalind Brown-Grant 3. The just captain in the Jouvencel by Jean de Bueil / Michelle Szkilnik 4. Reconfiguring Queen Truth in Paris, BnF, Ms. fr. 22542 (Songe du Vieil Pelerin) / Kristin Bourassa 5. Allegorical design and political image-making in late medieval France / Cynthia J. Brown 6. The wolf, the shepherd, and the whale : critiquing the King through metaphor in the reign of Louis XI / Lydwine Scordia 7. Passing sentence : variations on the figure of the judge in French political, legal, and historical texts from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century / Barbara Denis-Morel 8. The judge and the martyr : images of power and justice in religious manuscripts from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries / Maïté Billoré and Esther Dehoux 9. Beastly power, holy justice in late medieval France : from Robert Gobin's Loups ravissans to Books of hours / Mary Beth Winn 10. The queen on trial : spectacle of innocence, performance of beauty / Yasmina Foehr-Janssens 11. Claude of France : justice, power, and the Queen as advocate for her people / Kathleen Wilson-Chevalier.