2 edition of South English legendary found in the catalog.
South English legendary
|Statement||by Charlotte d"Evelyn and Anna J. Mill|
|Series||Early English Text Society (Series). Original series -- no. 235-236, 244|
|Contributions||Mill, Anna Jean., D"Evelyn, Charlotte, 1889-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||63002916|
The South English Legendary has been investigated with reference to English identity by a range of scholars, including Thorlac Turville-Petre, Anne B. Thompson and Manfred Görlach. 10 While Görlach has studied and edited a range of manuscripts of the South English. The South English Legendary is a Middle English (13th to 14th century) hagiographic work, best preserved in MS Harley and CCCC , which contain 92 narrative lives, extremely varied in length, usually including one of two prologues and often including a life of Christ and/or temporal items. The collection also includes lives of "anti-saints" Judas and Pilate.
The South English Legendary from Corpus Christi College Cambridge MS. and British Museum MS. Harley , eds. C. D'Evelyn and A. J. Mill, Early English. The late thirteenth-century, monolingual Oxford manuscript, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. , bears singular importance to medieval studies, for it preserves and anthologizes unique versions of several seminal Middle English texts, including "South English Legendary," "Havelok the Dane," and "King Horn" and "Somer Soneday." While critics have traditionally classified these poems .
Shorter South English Legendary Life of St. Frideswide; Longer South English Legendary Life of St. Frideswide; II. The Legend of Mary Magdalen, Penitent and Apostle. Introduction and Select Bibliography; Early South English Legendary Life of Mary Magdalen; John Mirk, Sermon on St. Mary Magdalen; Mary Magdalen, from Speculum Sacerdotale; III. The early South-English legendary ; or, Lives of saints. I. Ms. Laud, , in the Bodleian library. Edited by Carl Horstmann. Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library Rights/Permissions: Where applicable, subject to copyright. Other restrictions on distribution may apply.
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It's the only published edition of the South English Legendary from MS Laud Misc. and the texts are in unglossed Middle English (late C13, South Midlands, I think). It also has an extremely useful summary of each narrative in modern English, as well as a list of some of the principal manuscripts of the SEL and their contents (though Gorlach's register is more exhaustive)/5(2).
Textual Tradition of the South English Legendary Paperback – December 1, by Manfred Gorlach (Author)Author: Manfred Gorlach. The South English Legendary is a collection of saints’ lives in rhyming couplet verse, existing in over 60 manuscripts.
This large group of texts seems to have been made in. The South English Legendary is the major collection of saints' lives in medieval English. A medieval 'bestseller', with 50 or so manuscripts and manuscript fragments and nearly separate items in circulation in various combinations and books from the late thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries, the Legendary has become increasingly well known in recent years through modern editions of.
The South English Legendary is a large collection of Middle English verse saints’ lives and related religious literature, originally composed in the late thirteenth century. The legendary was later revised and augmented, and its various forms enjoyed widespread readership, being copied until.
NEW LIGHT ON THE SOUTH ENGLISH LEGENDARY By Beverly Boyd Carl Horstmann in published a collection of hagiographical materials written for the most part in rimed septenaries. This collection he called The Early South-English Legendary or Lives of Saints.1 He chose to follow the texts as they appear in MS.
Laud of the. textsThe Early South-English Legendary, Or, Lives of Saints. The Early South-English Legendary, Or, Lives of Saints. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. South English Legendary,” explores the SEL’s enthusiastic embrace of Pope Gregory as “Apostle to the English,” while ironically relegating St.
Augustine, who actually traveled to England and proselytized the English, to a secondary, more passive role. The fourth and largest section of the collection is entitled “Contexts and Dis. Legendary, the second book in Stephanie Garber's Caraval series, takes you on a kaleidoscopic ride full of dazzling imagery, incredible magic, and so many twists and turns, you wonder what will come with each subsequent page.
It's a little dizzying, a little mesmerizing, and immensely memorable/5. The South English Legendary is the major collection of saints' lives in medieval English. The South English Legendary is the major collection of saints’ lives in medieval : Heather Blurton.
Mention has already been made of the South English Legendary, a collection of versified lives of the saints in the same dialect and metre as those of the Gloucester Chronicle. The fact that certain passages from these lives are incorporated in the Chronicle has led to the conclusion that one person was responsible for both; but, as we have seen, the Chronicle is probably the work of three.
The South English Legendary: A Critical Assess ment. Tiibingen: Francke Verlag, Pp. xiii, DM 68 paper. This is the first book devoted exclusively to the South English Legendary (SEL) since Manfred Gorlach published The Textual Tradition of the South English Legendary in Author: Karen A.
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Your request to send this item has been completed. Rethinking the South English Legendaries by Heather Blurton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Middle English verse “Life of St.
Egwine” is one of the many hagiographic poems affiliated with the so-called South English Legendary or Legendaries (SEL), a widely copied collection of vernacular devotional texts whose earliest compilation has been dated to the thirteenth century, and whose latest manuscripts date to the first half of the by: 1.
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1 页数: ISBN: The South English Legendary is a Middle English (13th to 14th century) hagiographic work, best preserved in MS Harley and CCCCwhich contain 92 narrative lives, extremely varied in length, usually including one of two prologues and often including a life of Christ and/or temporal items.
Anne Thompson here gives the fullest account and explanation to date of the diversity of the more than sixty manuscripts of the South English Legendary, a late thirteenth-century collection of lively verse lives of saints, in a southern English by: