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The Manuscripts and Illustrations of Gower's Works
Provides a remarkable gathering in one place of what can be said about the appearance, format, arrangement, contents, illustration and decoration, production, ownership, and readership of the MSExpand
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Gower's Narrative Art
In relation to criticism that views Gower as primarily a stern moralist and political commentator, Pearsall writes: "The current reappraisal of Gower is doing loyal service to Gower the man, but mayExpand
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New directions in later medieval manuscript studies : essays from the 1998 Harvard conference
The study of manuscripts is one of the most active areas of current research in medieval studies: manuscripts are the basic primary material evidence for literary scholars, historians andExpand
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Makers and users of medieval books : essays in honour of A.S.G. Edwards
Late medieval manuscripts and early modern print history form the focus of this volume. It includes new work on the compilation of some important medieval manuscript miscellanies and major studies ofExpand
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THE GAWAIN POEMS: A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO THE QUESTION OF COMMON AUTHORSHIP
number of definitely assigned works. The first kind of debate is historical, speculative, and largely useless:1 it would not help much our understanding of an anonymous medieval poem if it suddenlyExpand
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Book Production and Publishing in Britain 1375-1475.
List of illustrations and figures List of contributors Acknowledgements List of abbreviations List of works cited in short form Introduction Derek Pearsall Part I. The Book: 1. Materials: the paperExpand
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Hoccleve's Regement of Princes: The Poetics of Royal Self-Representation
Thomas Hoccleve wrote his Regement of Princes in 1411 and addressed it to the patronage of Henry, Prince of Wales, who was to succeed to the throne as Henry V two years later, on the death of hisExpand
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