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Author / Creator: Gray, Douglas, 1930-2017.
Format: Book
Language:English
Imprint: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [2008]
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Chronology
  • I. Introduction
  • 1. The World: Centres and Edges
  • 2. Bodies, Souls, and Minds
  • 3. Media: Image and Word
  • II. Prose
  • 4. 'Practical' Prose
  • 5. Malory and Prose Romance
  • 6. Later Prose Romance: Caxton to Berners
  • 7. Tales, Jests, and Novelle in Prose
  • 8. 'Books of Ensaumples and Doctryne': The Prose of Moral Instruction
  • 9. Religious Prose I: Introduction: Lollards and Answers to Them; Sermons and Books of Religious Instruction
  • 10. Religious Prose II: Mystical and Visionary Writing; Religious Narratives; Devotional Texts; the Eve of the Reformation
  • III. Poetry
  • 11. Hoccleve and Lydgate
  • 12. Learned, Encyclopedic, and Didactic Verse
  • 13. 'Chaucerian' Poems
  • 14. Lyrics
  • 15. Romances and Tales
  • 16. Hawes, Barclay, and Skelton
  • IV. Scottish Writing
  • 17. Introductory
  • 18. Verse: Wintoun, Hary, The Kingis Quair, The Quare of Jelusy, The Buke of the Howlat
  • 19. Robert Henryson: Narratives and Romances in Verse
  • 20. William Dunbar and Gavin Douglas
  • V. Drama
  • 21. Introductory
  • 22. Mystery Cycles I: Old Testament
  • 23. Mystery Cycles II: New Testament
  • 24. Morality Plays and Interludes
  • Index