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Thu Oct 16 18:01:27 2014 UTClccn-n500381250.35The testament of Cresseid ; and, Seven fables /0.670.95The testament of Cresseid : a retelling of Robert Henryson's poem /7406773Robert_Henrysonn 5003812573358Henderson, RobertHenrison, RobertHenrisone RobertHenrisone, Robert 1425-1506Henrisone, Robert 1430?-1506?Henrisone, Robert ca1430-1506Henrysone, Robert 1425-1506Henrysone, Robert 1430?-1506?Henrysoun, Robert 1430?-1506?Robert Henryson 1425-1506Robert Henryson 1430?-1506?ヘンリスン, ロバートfast-882862Cressida (Fictitious character)lccn-n78079496Dunbar, William1460?-1520?othlccn-n50043602MacQueen, Johnlccn-n50016036Wood, H. Harvey(Henry Harvey)1903-1977edtfast-1048449Orpheus (Greek mythology)fast-916854Eurydice (Greek mythology)lccn-nb2009021951Elliott, Charles1919-othedtlccn-n82116307Fox, Dentonothedtlccn-n79015758Kindrick, Robert L.edtlccn-n83230253Kinnaston, FrancisSir1587-1642Henryson, Robert1430?-1506?PoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHenryson, Robert,Cressida (Fictitious character)ScotlandFables, ScottishScottish poetryAnimalsAesop's fablesMiddle AgesTurkey--Troy (Extinct city)Orpheus (Greek mythology)Eurydice (Greek mythology)Dunbar, William,Civilization, Medieval, in literatureTrojan WarEnglish poetry--Scottish authorsIntellectual lifeLiteraturePoets, ScottishChaucer, Geoffrey,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Fables, GreekEnglish poetry--Middle EnglishCaxton, William,TragedyTroilus and Criseyde (Chaucer, Geoffrey)Tragic, The, in literatureLydgate, John,AestheticsTroilus (Legendary character) in literatureRhetoric, MedievalDouglas, Gawin,James--I,--King of Scotland,England--LondonIncunabulaEngland--London--WestminsterPrinting--Origin and antecedentsCapgrave, John,Pecock, Reginald,Language and languagesEnglish literature--Middle EnglishAuthors, English--Middle EnglishScots languageWood, H. Harvey--(Henry Harvey),TechniqueDialect poetry, ScottishScots language--Foreign elements--LatinLatin language, Medieval and modernDidactic poetryFablesEnglish poetry--Early modern1425150615081532157015711577159316211663177017921800181518231824182518261827183218441858185918651866187318841885188618921906190719081910191319141917191819251926193019311932193319341935193619391941194319451947194819491950195119521953195519561957195819601963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012003200420052006200720082009201020112012201314144263812821.2PR1990.H4ocn055158370ocn830734153150258ocn000351843book19170.66Henryson, RobertPoemsPoetry142489ocn002616712book15930.74Henryson, RobertTestament of CresseidPoetry+-+2250995965324106075ocn000264629book18650.70Henryson, RobertPoems and fablesPoetry55735ocn037024965book19060.77Henryson, RobertThe poems of Robert HenrysonPoetry3858ocn013644360book19860.59Henryson, RobertThe moral fables of AesopPoetry2858ocn424560118book20090.35Henryson, RobertThe testament of Cresseid ; and, Seven fablesPoetry+-+539827928527319ocn003232156book18920.70Eyre-Todd, GeorgeMediaeval Scottish poetry: King James the First, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gavin DouglasPoetry+-+389728390526911ocn000667817book19730.63Henryson, RobertHenryson; selected by Hugh MacDiarmidPoetry20714ocn007734104book19520.79Henryson, RobertSelected poems+-+26580810353242066ocn263025706file17700.82Bannatyne, GeorgeAncient Scottish poems18110ocn000573102book18320.77Henryson, RobertThe moral fables of Robert HenrysonPoetry1692ocn000857741book19450.88Henryson, RobertA modernization of Robert Henryson's Testament of CresseidPoetry16217ocn000400196book18240.79Henryson, RobertRobene and Makyne ; and The testament of CresseidPoetry+-+34472990663241493ocn000150886book19700.74Henryson, RobertThe morall fabillis of Esope the PhrygianPoetry1096ocn606527528file15080.66Henryson, RobertHeire begynnis the traitie of Orpheus kyng and how he yeid to hewyn: to hel to seik his quene and ane othir ballad in the lattir endPoetry10610ocn002594300book19520.88Henryson, RobertSelections from the poems of Robert Henryson1064ocn043735941book19990.82The Makars : the poems of Henryson, Dunbar, and DouglasPoetry"The poetry of the Makars marked an extraordinary flowering of Scottish culture and the Scots language in the 15th and early 16th centuries. This anthology, introduced, edited and annotated by J. A. Tasioulas, makes available for the modern reader the complete poems of both Henryson and Dunbar, as well as Gavin Douglas's The Palis of Honoure. Old Scots words are glossed and medieval and classical references are explained to make this the most approachable collection of major poems in a period which forged a nation's cultural and political sense of itself, from the moral subtlety of Henryson, to the wild flytings of Dunbar, to the democratic humanism of Gavin Douglas."--BOOK JACKET+-+3573697135916ocn213765870book20080.90Henryson, RobertThe complete worksPoetry+-+94869953068814ocn606512885file15700.63AesopThe morall fabillis of Esope the phrygian, compylit in eloquent, and ornate Scottis meter, be Maister Robert Henrisone, scholemaister of DunfermelingPoetry694ocn027107760book19900.88Henryson, RobertSelected poems of Henryson and Dunbar9824ocn070857643file20060.47MacQueen, JohnComplete and full with numbers the narrative poetry of Robert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etcThis book presents a major re-examination of the works of the fifteenth-century Scottish poet, Robert Henryson. Encompassing the full range of the poet's work, Professor John MacQueen opens up previously unexplored areas of both Henryson's literary practice and his underlying moral and philosophical vision. MacQueen argues that numerology is central to the intellectual landscape that shaped Henryson's development as a poet, and that numerological patterns and structures are embedded throughout his corpus, revealing themselves not simply in such overtly allegorical works as The Testament of Cre+-+34926579543246707ocn000460136book19670.53Wood, H. HarveyTwo Scots Chaucerians: Robert Henryson, William DunbarCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography6305ocn000616389book19670.59MacQueen, JohnRobert Henryson: a study of the major narrative poems5702ocn005029147book19790.59Kindrick, Robert LRobert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etc5686ocn819330528com20100.37Haydock, NickolasSituational poetics in Robert Henryson's Testament of CresseidCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+51122495163245418ocn000726867book19490.66Stearns, Marshall WinslowRobert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etc3013ocn035249425book19970.77Kelly, Henry AnsgarChaucerian tragedyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+50506440352674ocn006626318book19790.82Gray, DouglasRobert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+72640595542542ocn012751529book19860.82Scheps, WalterMiddle Scots poets : a reference guide to James I of Scotland, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, and Gavin DouglasCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography2372ocn009052186book19810.82McDiarmid, Matthew PRobert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography2115ocn003933924book19770.90Ellenberger, BengtThe Latin element in the vocabulary of the earlier makars Henryson and DunbarCriticism, interpretation, etc1561ocn027223760book19930.90Kindrick, Robert LHenryson and the medieval arts of rhetoric1503ocn406978865book20090.35Henryson, RobertThe testament of Cresseid ; and, Seven fablesPoetry+-+53749762051204ocn035086369book19960.86Blake, N. FWilliam Caxton : a bibliographical guideHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliography+-+9100325135984ocn027431789book19930.90McKenna, Steven RRobert Henryson's tragic visionCriticism, interpretation, etcThis study offers the Henryson scholar and the student of literary theory a challenging consideration of the poet's conception of tragedy. Dr. McKenna interprets Henryson as decidedly radical in orientation toward the nature of tragic action and the nature of the tragic protagonist. The poet portrays these figures as having essentially heroic status despite their obvious sins and villainy812ocn030892420book19940.59English writers of the Late Middle AgesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliography+-+9100325135481ocn057525303book20040.95Heaney, SeamusThe testament of Cresseid : a retelling of Robert Henryson's poem391ocn035135501book19960.93Baird, GeraldThe poems of Robert HenrysonCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+7472233945324245ocn010356089book18850.92DIEBLER, Arthur RichardHenrisone's Fabeldichtungen : Inaugural-dissertation zur erlangung der Philosophischen Doctorwürde and der Universität Leipzig161ocn035142932book19960.77Authors of the Middle AgesBiography+-+5398279285+-+5398279285Thu Oct 16 15:27:06 EDT 2014batch33390