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Early Middle English texts

Bruce Dickins

Early Middle English texts

by Bruce Dickins

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Published by Bowes & Bowes in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Bruce Dickins & R.M. Wilson.
ContributionsWilson, R. M.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi,335p.,[3]leaves of plates :
Number of Pages335
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19286233M

Sir Gawain: Eleven Romances and Tales (TEAMS Middle English Texts) First Edition Thomas Hahn's teaching centers on the sponsorship, production, and interpretation of texts and images from the earlier Middle Ages through the early modern period. Recent papers, publications, and seminars have concentrated on those scattered or huddled at the Cited by: Books shelved as middle-english: The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by Unknown, The Riverside Chaucer by Geoffrey.

Another of the defining features of the twentieth century was the emergence of new nations out of European colonial rule. Among these nations, Ireland was the oldest of Britain’s colonies and the first in modern times to fight for independence. The topic “Imagining Ireland” explores how twentieth-century Irish writers fashioned new ideas. Pursuing Middle English Manuscripts and their Texts Essays in Honour of Ralph Hanna S. Horobin the beginnings of London literature traced in the works of Peter of Cornwall to the circulation of John Lydgate's Troy Book, and encompassing manuscripts and texts composed and circulated outside the The Annotated Book in the Early Middle Ages.

I was familiar with the Early English Text Society edition. I will be honest, I did not read all of it, but some. And I became suspicious when I saw the number of pages. The EETS edition is two volumes. And although it contains some editorial mumbo-jumbo, it is certainly a beautiful edition. And the prose Merlin text alone is, just at, pages/5(4). Orfeo appoints his steward to rule in his absence. The steward is a high court official from the nobility, but in the conventions of medieval romance, he is often evil. This steward proves otherwise. See J. Eadie, "A Suggestion as to the Origin of the Steward in the Middle English Sir Orfeo," Trivium 7 (), Several scholars.


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