The Index of Middle English Prose Handlist I: Manuscripts in the Henry E. Huntington Library

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Boydell & Brewer Ltd, Aug 1, 2007 - Literary Criticism - 81 pages
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'The Index of Middle English Prose' is an international collaborative project which will ultimately locate, identify and record all extant Middle English prose texts composed between c.1200 and c.1500, in both manuscript and printed form in medieval and post-medieval versions. The first step towards this goal has been this series of 'Handlists', each recording the holdings of a major library or group of libraries. Compiled by scholars, 'Handlists' include detailed descriptions of each prose item with identifications, categorisations and full bibliographical data. Every 'Handlist' will also contain a series of indexes including listings of opening and closing lines, authors, titles, subject matter and rubrics. For students of the middle ages 'Handlists' provide essential bibliographical tools and shed light on a wide range of subjects.
  

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Ralph Hanna is professor emeritus of paleography at the University of Oxford and distinguished professor emeritus of the University of California, Riverside. He is the author of numerous publications, including most recently, "London"" Literature, 1300-1380.


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