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International Medieval Bibliography Online. An interdisciplinary index to scholarly articles about the period from roughly to There are no full texts included, but each citation has a UC eLink button added. This database contains the annual bibliographies from Old English Newsletter from to —over 21, entries—with new items added annually. These can be browsed by subject, scanned for keywords, or searched by specific fields. Access is free but is limited to registered users.

Annotated Chaucer Bibliography, Manchester University Press, Mark Allen and Stephanie Amsel. A similar volume, in print format only, covering , is in Geisel stacks at PR B69 7th floor. Chaucer Bibliographies series. The Library has most of the bibliographies, in print or digital format or both , in this series, which consists of retrospective bibliographies of criticism and scholarship on one or more of the tales.

For example, one volume has a century's worth of citations to work on the Monk's and the Nun's Priest's Tales.

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See Roger for individual titles. Anglo-Saxon England. This journal contains an annual classified bibliography of books, articles, and significant reviews on all aspects of Anglo-Saxon Studies. Greenfield, Stanley B. Toronto: U. Stratman, Carl J.

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Bibliography of Medieval Drama. NY: Ungar, Reference PN Berger, Sidney E.

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Bibliography of the International Arthurian Society. The Library has digital copies of some of the recent volumes of this ongoing series. Consult Roger. Greentree, Rosemary. Brewer, Geisel stacks PR G83 Lists both primary and secondary sources.

Middle English

Pulsiano, Phillip. Medieval Texts and Studies, 3. P85 Rosenthal, Joel T. Use Melvyl not Roger to request it. A selective bibliography of primarily English-language scholarship published through the s, useful for research that goes beyond literature. Edwards, A.

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Surveys of scholarhip and editions. Fisher, John H. Ackerman and covers bibliographies, general and background studies, works of religious instruction, mysticism, translations and didactic works, poetry, romance, drama, Piers Plowman , Chaucer, and Gower. Description from Harner, M Geisel 7th floor PN Gray, Douglas. Oxford Univeristy Press, Andrew, Malcolm. The Palgrave Literary Dictionary of Chaucer.


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    Search Site only in current section. Advanced Search…. Search Site. Old and Middle English Current research Medieval studies in the School of English currently draws on the resources of four full-time members of staff with international reputations in Old and Middle English language and literature, who, along with graduate students form a dynamic and inclusive, interdisciplinary community.

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