Medieval and Early Modern Miscellanies and Anthologies

Edited by Phillipa Hardman

Yearbook of English Studies 33

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2003  •  352pp

ISBN: 1-902653-93-9 (paperback)

Access online: At JSTOR

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Contents:

v
Editorial Note
Nicola Bradbury
doi:10.2307/3509011
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1-17
Manual to Miscellany: Stages in the Commercial Copying of Vernacular Literature in England
Andrew Taylor
doi:10.2307/3509013
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18-32
Trilingualism in Early Middle English Miscellanies: Languages and Literature
John Scahill
doi:10.2307/3509014
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33-52
Festivity, Order, and Community in Fourteenth-Century Ireland: The Composition and Contexts of BL MS Harley 913
Neil Cartlidge
doi:10.2307/3509015
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53-63
English and Latin Texts in Welsh Contexts: Reflections of a Multilingual Society in National Library of Wales MS Peniarth 12
Jason O'Rourke
doi:10.2307/3509016
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64-79
Kings and Kingship in British Library MS Harley 2253
Marilyn Corrie
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80-96
Articulating the Author: Gower and the French Vernacular Codex
Ardis Butterfield
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97-119
Good Ends in the Audelay Manuscript
Susanna Fein
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120-130
'The Charter of the Abbey of the Holy Ghost' and Its Role in Manuscript Anthologies
Julia Boffey
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131-141
Fifteenth-Century English Collections of Female Saints' Lives
A. S. G. Edwards
doi:10.2307/3509021
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142-155
Producing Magdalen College MS lat. 93
Ralph Hanna
doi:10.2307/3509022
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156-169
A Merchant's Tales: A London Fifteenth-Century Household Miscellany
Amanda Moss
doi:10.2307/3509023
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170-181
Books for the 'helpe of euery persoone þat þenkiþ to be saued': Six Devotional Anthologies from Fifteenth-Century London
Margaret Connolly
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182-198
John Shirley's Heirs
Linne R. Mooney
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199-214
When Is a Miscellany Not Miscellaneous? Making Sense of the 'Kalender of Shepherds'
Martha W. Driver
doi:10.2307/3509026
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215-232
'These proverbes yet do last': Lydgate, the Fifth Earl of Northumberland, and Tudor Miscellanies from Print to Manuscript
Alexandra Gillespie
doi:10.2307/3509027
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233-247
Misogyny and the Complete Gentleman in Early Elizabethan Printed Miscellanies
Elizabeth Heale
doi:10.2307/3509028
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248-261
Metaphors of the Book as Garden in the English Renaissance
Randall L. Anderson
doi:10.2307/3509029
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262-272
'Such a general itching after book-learning': Popular Readers of 'the most eminent Wits'
Adam Smyth
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273-289
'A Storm of Lamentations Writ': 'Lachrymae Musarum' and Royalist Culture after the Civil War
John McWilliams
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290-315
Recusant Community and Jesuit Mission in Parliament Days: Bodleian MS Eng. poet. b. 5
Cedric C. Brown
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316-328
Contexts for Women's Manuscript Miscellanies: The Case of Elizabeth Lyttelton and Sir Thomas Browne
Victoria E. Burke
doi:10.2307/3509033
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329-330
Review of John M. Hill, Deborah M. Sinnreich-Levi, The Rhetorical Poetics of the Middle Ages: Reconstructive Polyphony: Essays in Honor of Robert O. Payne
Ann W. Astell
doi:10.2307/3509034
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331-332
Review of Dorothy Yamamoto, The Boundaries of the Human in Medieval English Literature
Corinne Saunders
doi:10.2307/3509035
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332-333
Review of Roger Dalrymple, Language and Piety in Middle English Romance
Amanda Hopkins
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333-334
Review of Denis Renevey, Christiania Whitehead, Writing Religious Women: Female Spiritual and Textual Practices in Late Medieval England
E. H. Jones
doi:10.2307/3509037
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334-336
Review of Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, Rosalynn Voaden, Arlyn Diamond, Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts in Late Medieval Britain: Essays for Felicity Riddy
Alcuin Blamires
doi:10.2307/3509038
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336-338
Review of Felicity Riddy, Prestige, Authority and Power in Late Medieval Manuscripts and Texts
Martha W. Driver
doi:10.2307/3509039
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338-339
Review of David Aers, Medieval Literature and Historical Inquiry: Essays in Honour of Derek Pearsall
Ralph Hanna
doi:10.2307/3509040
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339-340
Review of D. A. Trotter, Multilingualism in Later Medieval Britain
Jason O'Rourke
doi:10.2307/3509041
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Bibliography entry:

Hardman, Phillipa (ed.), Medieval and Early Modern Miscellanies and Anthologies (= Yearbook of English Studies, 33.1 (2003))

First footnote reference: 35 Medieval and Early Modern Miscellanies and Anthologies, ed. by Phillipa Hardman (= Yearbook of English Studies, 33.1 (2003)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Hardman, p. 47.

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