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Cursor mundi = (The cursur o the world) a Northumbrian poem of the xivth century in four versions, two of them Midland

Author: Richard Morris; Early English Text Society.
Publisher: London : Published for the Early English Text Society by N. Trübner, 1874-1893.
Series: Early English Text Society.; Publications. Original series
Edition/Format:   Print book : English, Middle [1100-1500]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Poems
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Morris; Early English Text Society.
OCLC Number: 7504913
Notes: "The four versions of the Cursor are from 1. Cotton ms. Vesp. A3 in the ... British Museum; 2. Fairfax ms. 14 in the Bodleian library; 3. Ms. Theol. 107 in the Göttingen university library; 4. Ms. R. 3. 8 in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge; supplemented Laud mss. 416, Cotton Galba E9, and mss. in the College of Arms, The Edinburgh College of Physicians, and the Bedford library."
Description: 7 volumes : facsimiles ; 23 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Text, lines 1-4954 --
pt. 2. Texts, lines 4955-12558 --
pt. 3. Text, lines 12559-19300 --
pt. 4. Text, lines 19301-23826 --
Text, lines 23837-end, appendices --
pt. 6. Preface, notes and glossary --
pt. 7. Essay on the manuscripts and dialect by H. Hupe.
Series Title: Early English Text Society.; Publications. Original series
Responsibility: edited by Richard Morris.

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