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Medieval English verse and prose in modernized versions,

Author: Roger Sherman Loomis; Rudolph Willard
Publisher: New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1948]
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
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Loomis, Roger Sherman, 1887-1966.
Medieval English verse and prose in modernized versions.
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1948]
(OCoLC)573870115
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Sherman Loomis; Rudolph Willard
OCLC Number: 350537
Description: xii, 558 pages 24 cm
Contents: Late twelfth and early thirteenth century. Layamon, The brut ; The vision of Paul, from the Lambeth homilies ; The owl and the nightingale ; The rule of Anchoresses --
Thirteenth century. Thomas of Hales, A love-song ; Three sorrowful things ; When the turf is thy tower ; Look on me with thy sweet eyes ; Tell me, wight in the broom ; Now springs the spray ; Alisoun ; The bestiary ; Havelok ; The debate of the body and the soul ; The land of Cockayne ; Fourteenth century. Sir Orfeo ; Robert Mannyng, Handling sin ; Richard Rolle, The bee and the stork ; Richard Rolle, Meditations on the passion ; Richard Rolle, the form of living ; Dame Julian of Norwich, Revelations of divine love ; The alliterative morte Arthur ; Sir Gawain and the Green Night ; The pearl ; Saint Erkenwald ; Abraham and Isaac, from the Brome manuscript ; John Barbour, The Bruce ; Thomas of Erceldoune ; The travels of Sir John Mandeville ; John Purvey, The general prolog to the Translation of the old testament ; Translations from the Bible ; A treatise against miracle plays ; William Langland, The vision concerning piers plowman ; Piers the plowman's creed ; John Gower, Confessio Amantis ; Thomas Clanvowe, The cuckoo and the nightingale --
Fifteenth century. Thomas Hoccleve, La male regle (Ill regulated youth) ; Thomas Hoccleve, The regement of princes ; John Lydgate, The temple of glass ; James I of Scotland, The king's quair ; The pilgrims at Canterbury, from The tale of Beryn ; Gesta Romanorum ; I sing of a maiden ; When Christ was born of Mary free ; The boar's head carol ; Here have I dwelt ; He bare him up, he bare him down ; The divine paradox ; I have a noble cock ; St. Stephen and Herod ; Robin Hood and the monk ; London Lickpenny ; The book of Margery Kempe ; William Thorpe, The examination of William Thorpe ; The Paston letters ; The second shepherds' play, from the Wakefield cycle. Robert Henryson, The testament of Cresseid ; William Caxton, The golden legend ; William Caxton, Preface to Malory's book of Arthur and his knights ; Sir Thomas Malory, The book of Arthur and his knights, The nut-brown main ; Everyman.
Responsibility: by Roger Sherman Loomis and Rudolph Willard.

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