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A literary Middle English reader, edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook

Label
A literary Middle English reader
Title
A literary Middle English reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • enm
  • eng
  • enm
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
Language note
Texts in Middle English; with introduction and commentary in English
LC call number
PR1120
LC item number
.C6
Literary form
mixed forms
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1853-1927
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Cook, Albert S.
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  • English literature
  • English language
  • Middle Ages
Label
A literary Middle English reader, edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Illustrations of life and manners
  • Translations
  • Lyrics
  • Plays
  • The literature
  • The language
  • Some useful books for the study of Middle English (p. xxvi-xxviii)
  • Romances
  • Tales
  • Chronicles
  • Stories of travel
  • Religious and didactic pieces
  • Confessio amantis.
  • Apollonius of Tyre
  • Æson's restoration to youth
  • John Gower
  • Sir Gawain and the green knight
  • Thomas of Erceldoune
  • Amis and Amiloun
  • Sir Orfeo
  • Sir Thopas
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Romances.
  • Morte d'Arthur.
  • Lancelot and Elaine
  • Tristram and Isolde, The love-drink
  • The quest of the Holy Grail, The vow
  • Thomas Mallory
  • King Horn
  • Havelok the Dane
  • King Robert of Sicily
  • Clerk's tale.
  • The story of Griselda
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The fox and the wolf
  • Nun's priest's tale.
  • The cock and the fox
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Tales.
  • Prioress' tale.
  • The little choir-boy
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The seven stages of Rome.
  • The imprisoned wife
  • Dame Sirith
  • Robin Hood and the monk
  • Layamon
  • Two Saxon chronicles parallel.
  • The old English chronicle : the reign of Stephen
  • The Bruce.
  • Sir James Douglas
  • The winning of Roxburgh Castle
  • The battle of Bannockburn
  • John Barbour --
  • Chronicles.
  • Brut.
  • Layamon's account of himself
  • The prophecy of Diana
  • The building of London
  • The division of Lear's kingdom
  • Cæsar's battle with the Britons
  • Cymbeline and the birth of Christ
  • Sir John's modesty
  • John Mandeville
  • A pilgrimage to Compostella --
  • Stories of travel.
  • The rebirth of the Phoenix
  • The paradise of the old man of the mountain
  • The fountain of youth
  • St. Thomas and Indian idolatry
  • The sultan of Egypt
  • The earth is round
  • The terestrial paradise
  • The happiness of Anchoresses is like that of the birds of heaven
  • The kingly wooer
  • The Anchoress' cat, her clothing and occupations
  • The Anchoress' health
  • A treatise against miracle-plays
  • Instructions for parish priests.
  • The character of a priest
  • Behavior in church
  • The creed
  • The vanities of the flesh
  • Religious and didactic pieces.
  • Sins of carelessness
  • The pronouncing of excommunication
  • Form of excommunication, I and II
  • [John] Mirk
  • The rule of St. Benedict.
  • The hours for meals
  • Daily occupations
  • Lenten observance
  • The entertainment of guests
  • The nun's clothing
  • The form of perfect living.
  • The porter
  • Handling sin.
  • The proper way of keeping holy days
  • The evil of tournaments
  • Bishop Grosseteste of Lincoln
  • Quiet in church and churchyard during the time of service
  • The tale of the miner
  • Robert Mannyng of Brunne
  • The book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry.
  • Prologue
  • The love of God
  • The story of the magpie
  • The story of the obedient wife
  • How St. Bernard's sister was led away from vanities
  • Gesta Romanorum.
  • The magic image
  • The bestiary.
  • The whale (turtle)
  • The panther
  • The owl and the nightingale
  • Piers the plowman.
  • The active and the contemplative life
  • Prologue
  • Meed the maiden
  • Gluttony
  • Sloth the parson
  • Piers the plowman
  • Piers the plowman's creed --
  • Richard Rolle
  • The Ancren Riwle.
  • Anchoresses not to look out upon the world
  • The beauty of silence
  • Stans puer ad Mensam
  • John Lydgate
  • Charm for a toothache
  • Political, religious and love poems.
  • Preface to a treatise on medicine
  • A mediæval will
  • The libel of English policy
  • English gilds.
  • The guild of St. Leonard --
  • Illustrations of life and manners.
  • Political poems and songs.
  • Song against the friars
  • On the minorite friars
  • The reply of Friar Daw Topias
  • The land of Cokaygne
  • Songs, carols, etc.
  • The gossip's feast
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Wycliffite translations of the Bible.
  • Job 41:20-28
  • Job 42:4-25
  • John 17:1-6
  • Revelations 14
  • Bible.
  • Versions of Psalm 51:1-3 --
  • Translations.
  • The romance of the rose.
  • The joys of spring
  • The river and the garden
  • The picture of old age
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Translation of Boethius.
  • The former age
  • Longing
  • Now would I fain
  • Merciless beauty
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Debate of the cleric and the maiden
  • Ballade
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Edward the Third's first invasion of France
  • Laurence Minot
  • The death of Edward III
  • Lyrics.
  • Complaint to his empty purse
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • I have a gentle clock
  • Bachelor's song
  • Truth
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt?
  • Love-song
  • Thomas of Hales
  • Earth upon earth
  • Cockoo song
  • Fillius regis mortuus est
  • Quia amore langueo
  • He bare him up
  • The pearl
  • Godric's hymns.
  • Hymn to the Virgin
  • Hymn of Burgwine, Godric's sister
  • Hymn to St. Nicholas
  • I sigh when I sing
  • A song to the Virgin
  • Spring
  • Stand well, mother under rood
  • As I rode
  • When Christ was born of Mary free
  • At Christmas, maid Mary
  • I sing of a maiden
  • Lullay, my child
  • The shepherd upon a hill he sat
  • Judas
  • St. Stephen and Herod
  • Invocation to Venus
  • When the nightingale sings
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Invocation to the Trinity
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Alison
  • Bird-song
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Blow, northern wind
  • Plays.
  • The cleric and the maiden
  • The Chester Noah's flood
  • The Brome play of Abraham and Isaac
  • The York nativity play
  • The second Towneley shepherds' play
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxviii, 554 pages
Lccn
15020398
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Main, cop. [1]-2.
System control number
  • 152053-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)152053
  • (Sirsi) o02670095
  • (OCoLC)2670095
Label
A literary Middle English reader, edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Illustrations of life and manners
  • Translations
  • Lyrics
  • Plays
  • The literature
  • The language
  • Some useful books for the study of Middle English (p. xxvi-xxviii)
  • Romances
  • Tales
  • Chronicles
  • Stories of travel
  • Religious and didactic pieces
  • Confessio amantis.
  • Apollonius of Tyre
  • Æson's restoration to youth
  • John Gower
  • Sir Gawain and the green knight
  • Thomas of Erceldoune
  • Amis and Amiloun
  • Sir Orfeo
  • Sir Thopas
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Romances.
  • Morte d'Arthur.
  • Lancelot and Elaine
  • Tristram and Isolde, The love-drink
  • The quest of the Holy Grail, The vow
  • Thomas Mallory
  • King Horn
  • Havelok the Dane
  • King Robert of Sicily
  • Clerk's tale.
  • The story of Griselda
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The fox and the wolf
  • Nun's priest's tale.
  • The cock and the fox
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Tales.
  • Prioress' tale.
  • The little choir-boy
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • The seven stages of Rome.
  • The imprisoned wife
  • Dame Sirith
  • Robin Hood and the monk
  • Layamon
  • Two Saxon chronicles parallel.
  • The old English chronicle : the reign of Stephen
  • The Bruce.
  • Sir James Douglas
  • The winning of Roxburgh Castle
  • The battle of Bannockburn
  • John Barbour --
  • Chronicles.
  • Brut.
  • Layamon's account of himself
  • The prophecy of Diana
  • The building of London
  • The division of Lear's kingdom
  • Cæsar's battle with the Britons
  • Cymbeline and the birth of Christ
  • Sir John's modesty
  • John Mandeville
  • A pilgrimage to Compostella --
  • Stories of travel.
  • The rebirth of the Phoenix
  • The paradise of the old man of the mountain
  • The fountain of youth
  • St. Thomas and Indian idolatry
  • The sultan of Egypt
  • The earth is round
  • The terestrial paradise
  • The happiness of Anchoresses is like that of the birds of heaven
  • The kingly wooer
  • The Anchoress' cat, her clothing and occupations
  • The Anchoress' health
  • A treatise against miracle-plays
  • Instructions for parish priests.
  • The character of a priest
  • Behavior in church
  • The creed
  • The vanities of the flesh
  • Religious and didactic pieces.
  • Sins of carelessness
  • The pronouncing of excommunication
  • Form of excommunication, I and II
  • [John] Mirk
  • The rule of St. Benedict.
  • The hours for meals
  • Daily occupations
  • Lenten observance
  • The entertainment of guests
  • The nun's clothing
  • The form of perfect living.
  • The porter
  • Handling sin.
  • The proper way of keeping holy days
  • The evil of tournaments
  • Bishop Grosseteste of Lincoln
  • Quiet in church and churchyard during the time of service
  • The tale of the miner
  • Robert Mannyng of Brunne
  • The book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry.
  • Prologue
  • The love of God
  • The story of the magpie
  • The story of the obedient wife
  • How St. Bernard's sister was led away from vanities
  • Gesta Romanorum.
  • The magic image
  • The bestiary.
  • The whale (turtle)
  • The panther
  • The owl and the nightingale
  • Piers the plowman.
  • The active and the contemplative life
  • Prologue
  • Meed the maiden
  • Gluttony
  • Sloth the parson
  • Piers the plowman
  • Piers the plowman's creed --
  • Richard Rolle
  • The Ancren Riwle.
  • Anchoresses not to look out upon the world
  • The beauty of silence
  • Stans puer ad Mensam
  • John Lydgate
  • Charm for a toothache
  • Political, religious and love poems.
  • Preface to a treatise on medicine
  • A mediæval will
  • The libel of English policy
  • English gilds.
  • The guild of St. Leonard --
  • Illustrations of life and manners.
  • Political poems and songs.
  • Song against the friars
  • On the minorite friars
  • The reply of Friar Daw Topias
  • The land of Cokaygne
  • Songs, carols, etc.
  • The gossip's feast
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Wycliffite translations of the Bible.
  • Job 41:20-28
  • Job 42:4-25
  • John 17:1-6
  • Revelations 14
  • Bible.
  • Versions of Psalm 51:1-3 --
  • Translations.
  • The romance of the rose.
  • The joys of spring
  • The river and the garden
  • The picture of old age
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Translation of Boethius.
  • The former age
  • Longing
  • Now would I fain
  • Merciless beauty
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Debate of the cleric and the maiden
  • Ballade
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Edward the Third's first invasion of France
  • Laurence Minot
  • The death of Edward III
  • Lyrics.
  • Complaint to his empty purse
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • I have a gentle clock
  • Bachelor's song
  • Truth
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt?
  • Love-song
  • Thomas of Hales
  • Earth upon earth
  • Cockoo song
  • Fillius regis mortuus est
  • Quia amore langueo
  • He bare him up
  • The pearl
  • Godric's hymns.
  • Hymn to the Virgin
  • Hymn of Burgwine, Godric's sister
  • Hymn to St. Nicholas
  • I sigh when I sing
  • A song to the Virgin
  • Spring
  • Stand well, mother under rood
  • As I rode
  • When Christ was born of Mary free
  • At Christmas, maid Mary
  • I sing of a maiden
  • Lullay, my child
  • The shepherd upon a hill he sat
  • Judas
  • St. Stephen and Herod
  • Invocation to Venus
  • When the nightingale sings
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Invocation to the Trinity
  • Geoffrey Chaucer --
  • Alison
  • Bird-song
  • Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Blow, northern wind
  • Plays.
  • The cleric and the maiden
  • The Chester Noah's flood
  • The Brome play of Abraham and Isaac
  • The York nativity play
  • The second Towneley shepherds' play
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
xxviii, 554 pages
Lccn
15020398
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Main, cop. [1]-2.
System control number
  • 152053-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)152053
  • (Sirsi) o02670095
  • (OCoLC)2670095

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