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'My compleinte' and other poems

Author: Thomas Hoccleve; Roger Ellis
Publisher: Exeter, UK : University of Exeter Press, 2001.
Series: Exeter medieval texts and studies.
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Thomas Hoccleve (1368-1426) was one of Chaucer's first disciples and is represented in this book by a selection of his works, newly edited from his own copies and fully annotated.
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Hoccleve, Thomas, 1370?-1450?
'My compleinte' and other poems.
Exeter, UK : University of Exeter Press, 2001
(OCoLC)606670255
Named Person: Thomas Hoccleve
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hoccleve; Roger Ellis
ISBN: 085989701X 9780859897013 0859897001 9780859897006
OCLC Number: 47270811
Language Note: Text in Middle English with English introduction and notes.
Description: x, 293 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Minor Verse --
'Conpleynte paramont' --
'La male regle de T. Hoccleue' --
'Balade et chanceon... a mon meistre H. Somer' --
'Balade... [pour] mon meistre Robert Chichele' --
'Item de beata Virgine' --
'L'epistre de Cupide' --
The Series --
'My compleinte' --
'A dialoge' --
'Fabula de quadam imperatrice Romana' --
'Ars vtillissima sciendi mori' --
'Fabula de quadam muliere mala' --
The stanzas added to the 'Conpleynte paramont' in the Middle English Pilgrimage of the Soul --
A comparison of the version of Hoccleve's first Gesta narrative with selected Latin and Middle English analogues --
The source of Hoccleve's 'Balade... translatee au commandement de... Robert Chichele.' --
The glosses to 'Ars vtillissima sciendi mori' in S and D --
Additional notes on the textual relations of the non-holograph copies of the 'Conpleynte paramont', 'Epistre de Cupide' and the Series --
Selected variants from the non-holograph manuscript copies of the texts here edited --
Editions of texts or selections --
Secondary literature.
Series Title: Exeter medieval texts and studies.
Responsibility: Thomas Hoccleve ; edited by Roger Ellis.
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