Patient Reading/Reading Patience
Oxford Essays on Medieval English Literature
Ralph Hanna is Professor of Palaeography (Emeritus) and Emeritus Fellow at Keble College, Oxford. He is a former Guggenheim Fellow, former Fellow of the Radcliffe Institute (Harvard University), and winner of the British Academy Sir Israel Gollancz Prize for English Language 2015. His books include Editing Medieval Texts (Liverpool University Press, 2015) and Introducing English Medieval Book History: Manuscripts, their Producers and their Readers (Liverpool University Press, 2013).
Abbreviations Acknowledgements Introduction [I] Language Barriers 1. Literacy, Schooling, Universities 2.Vernacular Exegesis in Fourteenth-Century England? 3.Lambeth Palace Library, MS 260 and the Problem of English Vernacularity 4.Editing 'Middle English Lyrics': The Case of Candet nudatum pectus 5.Performing Exegesis: Lyric and Sermon in Cambridge University Library, MS Gg.6.26 [II] Nasty Books: Collection Procedures 6.Lambeth Palace Library, MS 487: Some Problems of Early Thirteenth-Century Textual Transmission 7.Producing Magdalen College MS lat. 93 8.A Fifteenth-Century Vernacular Miscellany Revisited 9.Humphrey Newton and Bodleian Library, MS Lat. misc. c.66 [III] Historicising the Archive 10.Yorkshire Writers 11.Some North Yorkshire Scribes and Their Context 12.Dr Peter Partridge and Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Digby 98 13.John of Wales and 'Classicising Friars' [IV] Still Harping On – Reading(:) Patience in Piers Plowman An Ideological Prequel Prologue: Langland's Kind of Poetry 1. On Patience 2. Conscience's Dinner 3. Hawkin and Patience's Instruction 4. The C Version Revisions Bibliography Index
Size: 239 x 163 mm
Publication: November 30, 2017
Series: Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies