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Thomas Hoccleve's Complaint and Dialogue

Author: Thomas Hoccleve; J A Burrow
Publisher: Oxford : New York : Oxford University Press for Early English Text Society, 1999.
Series: Early English Text Society (Series), no. 313.
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"Thomas Hoccleve's sequence of poems now known as the 'Series' was composed ca. 1420. The present, new edition is limited to the first two sections of the 'Series' known as the 'Complaint' and 'Dialogue'. These are the only two sections of the 'Series' which have not survived in Hoccleve's autograph. This edition presents a reconstructed text of these sections, based on current knowledge of Hoccleve's language,  Read more...
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Hoccleve, Thomas, 1370?-1450?
Thomas Hoccleve's Complaint and Dialogue.
Oxford : New York : Oxford University Press for Early English Text Society, 1999
(OCoLC)606430858
Named Person: Thomas Hoccleve
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Hoccleve; J A Burrow
ISBN: 0197223176 9780197223178
OCLC Number: 50661547
Language Note: Texts in Middle English.
Notes: Includes the text presented in Bodl. MS Selden Supra 53.
"The Complaint and Dialogue are the first two poems in the sequence... known as the Series" - Introd.
Description: lxx, 140 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Early English Text Society (Series), no. 313.
Other Titles: Complaint
Responsibility: edited by J.A. Burrow.
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"Thomas Hoccleve's sequence of poems now known as the 'Series' was composed ca. 1420. The present, new edition is limited to the first two sections of the 'Series' known as the 'Complaint' and 'Dialogue'. These are the only two sections of the 'Series' which have not survived in Hoccleve's autograph. This edition presents a reconstructed text of these sections, based on current knowledge of Hoccleve's language, spelling and metre, alongside a transcription of the text presented in Bodl. MS Selden Supra 53, the fifteenth-century scribal copy which most closely represents Hoccleve's linguistic and metrical preferences." "The Notes to the Text and glossary are much fuller than in the Furnivall edition, and the Introduction presents new findings about a poet who has been attracting much attention in recent years."--BOOK JACKET.

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