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Bibliographie

Répertoires bibliographiques imprimés
  • Billings, Anna Hunt, A Guide to the Middle English Metrical Romances Dealing with English and Germanic Legends, and with the Cycles of Charlemagne and of Arthur, New York, Holt (Yale Studies in English, 9), 1901, xxiv + 232 p. [HT] [IA]
    Compte rendu: A. Morel-Fatio, dans Romania, 31, 1902, p. 173. [Pers] [GB: ex. 1, ex. 2] [Gallica] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2] [HT]
  • Brown, Carleton, A Register of Middle English Religious and Didactic Verse, Oxford, Oxford University Press for The Bibliographical Society, 1916-1920, 2 t., xv + 528, xx + 458 p. |HT] [IA: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • Wells, John Edwin, A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400, New Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yale University Press, 1916, xvii + 941 p. [IA]
  • Wells, John Edwin, First Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to September, 1918, New Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yale University Press, 1919, p. 943-1037. [IA]
  • Wells, John Edwin, Second Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to January, 1923, New Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yale University Press, 1923, p. 1039-1155. [IA]
  • Wells, John Edwin, Third Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to June, 1926, New Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, Yale University Press, 1926, p. 1157-1247. [IA]
  • Wells, John Edwin, Fourth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1929, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1929.
  • Wells, John Edwin, Fifth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1932, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1932.
  • Wells, John Edwin, Sixth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1935, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1935.
  • Wells, John Edwin, Seventh Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1938, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1938.
  • Wells, John Edwin, Eighth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1941, with an Index to Pieces First Treated in Supplements I-VIII, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1941.
  • Brown, Carleton, et Rossell Hope Robbins, The Index of Middle English Verse, New York, Columbia University Press for The Index Society, 1943, xix + 785 p. [IA]
  • Wells, John Edwin, Ninth Supplement to a Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. Additions and Modifications to July, 1951, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1951.
  • Robbins, Rossell Hope, et John L. Cutler, Supplement to the "Index of Middle English Verse" [by] Carleton Brown and Rossell Hope Robbins, Lexington, University of Kentucky Press, 1965, xxix + 551p.
  • Mehl, Dieter, The Middle English Romances of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, London, Routledge et Kegan Paul, 1968.
  • Greenfield, Stanley B., et Fred C. Robinson, A Bibliography of Publications on Old English Literature to the End of 1972, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1980.
  • Rice, Joanne A., Middle English Romance: An Annotated Bibliography, 1955-1985, New York, Garland, 1987, 626 p.
  • Ker, Neil R, Catalogue of Manuscripts Containing Anglo-Saxon, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1990.
  • Gneuss, H., Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts: A List of Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments, Tempe, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 241), 2001.
  • Boffey, Julia, et A. S. G. Edwards, A New Index of Middle English Verse, London, British Library, 2005, xvi + 344 p.
Bibliographies courantes
  • The Year's Work in English Studies, London, Modern Humanities Research Association, depuis 1921. [OJ]
  • The DIMEV: An Open-Access, Digital Edition of the Index of Middle English Verse, éd. Linne R. Mooney, Daniel W. Mosser, Elizabeth Solopova et David Hill Radcliffe. [www]
  • Database of Middle English Romance, York, University of York, depuis 2012. [www]
Recueils et anthologies
  • Select Pieces of Early Popular Poetry: Re-published Principally from Early Printed Copies, in the Black Letter, [éd. Edward Vernon Utterson], London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1817, 2 t. [GB] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • Ancient Metrical Tales: Printed Chiefly from Original Sources. Edited by the Rev. Charles Henry Hartsthorne, M. A., London, Pickering, 1829, xxiv + 344 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • Reliquiae Antiquae. Scraps from Ancient Manuscripts, Illustrating Chiefly Early English Literature and the English Language. Edited by Thomas Wright and James Orchard Halliwell, London, John Russell Smith, 1845, 2 t., iv + 327, iv + 287 p. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • Ellis, George, Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances, Chiefly Written During the Early Part of the Fourteenth Century; to which is Prefixed an Historical Introduction, Intended to Illustrate the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England. A New Edition, Revised by J. O. Halliwell, London, Bohn (Bohn's Antiquarian Library), 1848, viii + 600 p. [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Ellis, George, Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances, Chiefly Written During the Early Part of the Fourteenth Century; to which is Prefixed an Historical Introduction, Intended to Illustrate the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England, London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; Edinburgh, Constable, 1805, 3 t., vii + 387, [iv] + 404, [iv] + 419 p. [IA: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3]
    • Ellis, George, Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances, Chiefly Written During the Early Part of the Fourteenth Century; to which is Prefixed an Historical Introduction, Intended to Illustrate the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England, London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1811, 3 t., vii + 408, [iv] + 419, [iv] + 432 p. [IA: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3]
  • Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England; collected and edited, with introductions and notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt, London, Smith, 1864-1866, 4 t. [IA: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3, t. 4]
  • Political, Religious and Love Poems from the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth Ms. No. 306, and Other Sources. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall, London, Trübner for the Early English Text Society, 1866, xlviii + 267 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Religious Pieces in Prose and Verse. Edited from Robert Thornton's MS. (Cir. 1440) in the Lincoln Cathedral Library by George G. Perry, London, Trübner (Early English Text Society. Original Series, 26), 1867, xii + 106 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland Dialect of the Fourteenth Century. Copied and edited from a unique manuscript in the library of the British Museum, Cotton, Nero A. X with an introduction, notes, and glossarial index, by Richard Morris. Second edition, revised, London, Trübner (Early English Text Society. Original Series, 1), 1869, xliv + 216 p. [GB] [HT] [IA]
    Édition antérieure:
    • Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland Dialect of the Fourteenth Century. Copied and edited from a unique manuscript in the library of the British Museum, with an introduction, notes, and glossarial index, by Richard Morris, London, Trübner (Early English Text Society. Original Series, 1), 1864, xli + 216 p. [GB] [HT] [IA]
    Réimpressions:
    • Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland Dialect of the Fourteenth Century. Copied and edited from a unique manuscript in the library of the British Museum, Cotton, Nero A. X with an introduction, notes, and glossarial index, by Richard Morris. Third reprint, London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co. (Early English Text Society. Original Series, 1), 1896, xliv + 216 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland Dialect of the Fourteenth Century, edited from the unique manuscript British Museum MS. Cotton Nero A. X by Richard Morris, London, New York et Toronto, Oxford University Press (Early English Text Society. Original Series, 1), 1965, xliv + 216 p. [HT]
  • Altenglisches Lesebuch. Zum Gebrauche bei Vorlesungen und zum Schulunterricht herausgegeben von Richard Paul Wülcker, Halle a. S., Lippert'sche Buchhandlung (Max Niemeyer), 1874-1880, 3 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3] [IA]
  • Altenglisches Lesebuch. Zum Gebrauche bei Vorlesungen und zum Schulunterricht herausgegeben von Richard Paul Wülcker, Halle a. S., Lippert'sche Buchhandlung (Max Niemeyer), 1874-1880, 3 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3] [IA]
  • Ancient Songs and Ballads from the Reign of King Henry the Second to the Revolution collected by Joseph Ritson. Third edition carefully revised by W. Carew Hazlitt, London, Reeves and Turner, 1877, [xv] + lxxxix + 436 p. [GB] [IA
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Ancient Songs, from the Time of King Henry the Third, to the Revolution, [éd. Joseph Ritson], London, Johnson, 1790, [iv] + lxxx + 332 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Ancient Songs and Ballads, from the Reign of King Henry the Second to the Revolution. Collected by Joseph Ritson, London, Davison for Payne and Foss, 1829, 2 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • The Political Songs of England, from the Reign of John to that of Edward II. Edited and translated by Thomas Wright and revised by Edmund Goldsmid, Edinburgh, privately printed, 1884, 4 t. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • Romances of Chivalry, told and illustrated in fac-simile by John Ashton, London, Unwin, 1887, xii + 356 p. [GB] [IA]
    Réimpression:
    • Romances of Chivalry, told and illustrated in fac-simile by John Ashton. Popular edition, London, Unwin, 1890, xii + 356 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Specimens of Early English, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index edited by the Rev. Richard Morris [and Walter W. Skeat]. Part I: From "Old English Homilies" to "King Horn" A. D. 1150-A. D. 1300. Second edition, carefully revised, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1887, xcix + 554 p. [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Specimens of Early English Selected from the Chief English Authors A. D. 1250-A. D. 1400, with grammatical introduction, notes, and glossary by R. Morris, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1867, lxiii + 492 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new and revised edition with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris [and Walter W. Skeat]. Part I: From "Old English Homilies" to "King Horn" A. D. 1150-A. D. 1300, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1882, xcvi + 540 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index edited by the Rev. Richard Morris [and Walter W. Skeat]. Part I: From "Old English Homilies" to "King Horn" A. D. 1150-A. D. 1300. Second edition, carefully revised, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1885, xcix + 554 p. [GB] [IA]
    Réimpression:
    • Specimens of Early English, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index edited by the Rev. Richard Morris [and Walter W. Skeat]. Part I: From "Old English Homilies" to "King Horn" A. D. 1150-A. D. 1300. Second edition, carefully revised, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1926, xcix + 554 p. [IA]
  • Early Scottish Metrical Tales, edited, with introductions, by David Laing. New edition, London, Hamilton, Adams and Co.; Glasgow, Morison, 1889, viii + 318 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    Édition antérieure:
    • Early Metrical Tales; Including the History of Sir Egeir, Sir Gryme, and Sir Gray-Steill, éd. David Laing, Edinburgh, Laing; London, Duncan, 1826, lxiii + 310 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • Specimens of English Literature from the "Ploughmans Crede" to the "Shepheardes Calender" A. D. 1394-A. D. 1579, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Sixth edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1892, xxxi + 550 p. [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Specimens of English Literature from the "Ploughmans Crede" to the Shepheardes Calender" A. D. 1394-A. D. 1579, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1871, xxxii + 536 p. [GB] [IA]
    • The Vision of William Concerning Piers the Plowman by William Langley (or Langland) according to the version revised and enlarged by the author about A. D. 1377 edited by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Third edition, revised, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1879, xlviii + 216 p. [IA]
    • Specimens of English Literature from the "Ploughmans Crede" to the "Shepheardes Calender" A. D. 1394-A. D. 1579, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Fourth edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1887, xxxi + 550 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    • Specimens of English Literature from the "Ploughmans Crede" to the "Shepheardes Calender" A. D. 1394-A. D. 1579, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Fifth edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1890, xxxi + 550 p. [GB] [IA]
    Réimpression:
  • Early Popular Poetry of Scotland and the Northern Border, edited by David Laing LL. D. in 1822 and 1826, re-arranged and revised with additions and a glossary by W. Carew Hazlitt, London, Reeves and Turner (Library of Old Authors), 1895, 2 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole, and English Father of the Church, and his Followers, edited by C. Horstman, London, Sonnenschein, 1895-1896, 2 t., xiv + 443, xliii + 458 p. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
  • Chaucerian and Other Pieces, edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Walter W. Skeat, being a supplement to the Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1897, lxxxiv + 628 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Specimens of Early English, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II, from Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393. Fourth edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1898, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Specimens of Early English. A new and revised edition with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1872, xxxvi + 463 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new edition revised for the second time with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1873, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new edition revised for the second time with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1879, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new edition revised for the second time with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1884, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new edition revised for the second time with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1889, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Specimens of Early English. A new edition, revised for the third time with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II: From Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1894, xl + 490 p. [GB] [IA]
    Réimpression:
    • Specimens of Early English, with introduction, notes, and glossarial index by the Rev. Richard Morris and the Rev. Walter W. Skeat. Part II, from Robert of Gloucester to Gower A. D. 1298-A. D. 1393. Fourth edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press (Clarendon Press Series), 1922, xl + 490 p. [IA]
  • Stories of Early England, retold by E. M. Wilmot-Buxton, New York, Crowell, 1906, xv + 340 p. [IA]
    Réimpression:
    • Stories of Early England, retold by E. M. Wilmot-Buxton, New York, Crowell, 1907, xv + 340 p. [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • A Wonder Book of Old Romance, by F. J. Harvey Darton, illustrated by A. G. Walker, London, Wells Gardner Darton, [1907], xix + 424 p. [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    Réimpression:
    • A Wonder Book of Old Romance, by F. J. Harvey Darton, illustrated by A. G. Walker, New York, Stokes, [1907], xix + 424 p. [IA]
  • Förster, Max, Altenglisches Lesebuch für Anfänger, Heidelberg, Winter (Germanische bibliothek), 1913, xiii + 67 p. — Réimpr.: 1921; 1928; 1931; 1940; 1947; 1963; 1975.
  • Legends and Satires from Mediæval Literature, edited by Martha Hale Shackford, Boston etc., Ginn, [1913], xi + 170 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Runic and Heroic Poems of the Old Teutonic Peoples, edited by Bruce Dickins, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1915, xi + 92 p. [HT] [IA]
  • Tales of True Knights, by George Philip Krapp, illustrated by Henry C. Pitz, New York, The Century Co., 1921, xvii + 317 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • Fourteenth Century Verse and Prose, edited by Kenneth Sisam, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1921, xlvii + 292 p. [IA]
  • The Oxford Book of Medieval English Verse, chosen and edited by Celia and Kenneth Sisam, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1970, xxiii + 617 p.
  • Sources and Analogues of Old English Poetry. The Major Latin Texts in Translation, translated by Michael J. B. Allen and Daniel G. Calder, Cambridge, Brewer, 1976, 235 p.
  • Boitano, Piero, English Medieval Narrative in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries, translated by Joan Krakover Hall, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1982.
  • Sources and Analogues of Old English Poetry. 2. The Major Germanic and Celtic Texts in Translation, by Daniel G. Calder, Cambridge, Brewer, 1983, xxiv + 222 p.
  • Anglo-Saxon Poetry: An Anthology of Old English Poems in Prose Translation, with introduction and headnotes by S. A. J. Bradley, London, Dent (Everyman's Library, 1794), 1982, xxvi + 559 p. — Réimpr.: 1995; 2000.
  • A Sacrifice of Praise: An Anthology of Christian Poetry in English from Caedmon to the Twentieth century, selected and arranged with notes on the poets, periods, and genres by James H. Trott, Nashville, Cumberland House, 1999, 797 p.
  • Marsden, Richard, The Cambridge Old English Reader, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
  • Morrison, Stephen, et Aude Mairey, éd., Dialogues et résistances. Une anthologie de textes anglais de la fin du Moyen Âge, Turnhout, Brepols (Textes vernaculaires du Moyen Âge), 2010, 412 p.
Histoires de la littérature
  • Anderson, George Kumler, Old and Middle English Literature from the Beginnings to 1485, New York, Collier Books (A history of English literature, 1), [1962], 318 p.
  • Brink, Bernhard ten, Geschichte der englischen Litteratur. Zweite verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage herausgegeben von Alois Brandl, Straßburg, Trübner, 1899-1912, 2 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [HT: t. 1, t. 2] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Brink, Bernhard ten, Geschichte der englischen Litteratur, Berlin, Oppenheim (t. 1); Straßburg, Trübner (t. 2), 1877, 2 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2] [HT] [IA: t. 1, t. 2]
    • Brink, Bernhard ten, Geschichte der englischen Litteratur. Zweiter Band. Bis zur Reformation. Herausgegeben von Alois Brandl, Straßburg, Trübner, 1893, xv + 658 p. [GB] [HT] [IA]
  • Brooke, Stopford A., The History of Early English Literature, New York, 1892.
  • Burrow, J. A., Medieval Writers and Their Work: Middle English Literature and Its Backgrounds 1100-1500, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1982.
  • Greenfield, Stanley B., Daniel G. Calder et Michael LapidgeA New Critical History of Old English Literature. With a Survey of the Anglo-Latin Background, New York, New York University Press, 1986, x + 370 p. + [2] p. de pl.
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Greenfield, Stanley B., A Critical History of Old English Literature, New York, New York University Press, 1965, xi + 237 p.
    • Greenfield, Stanley B., A Critical History of Old English Literature, London, University of London Press, 1966, xi + 237 p.
  • Grose, M. W., et Deirdre McKenna, Old English Literature, Totowa, Rowman and Littlefield (Literature in perspective), 1973, 160 p.
  • Kane, G., Middle English Literature, Methuen, 1951.
  • Ker, W. P., Mediaeval English Literature, Oxford, 1948.
  • Renwick, W. L., et H. Orton, The Beginnings of English Literature to Skelton, London, 2e éd., 1952.
  • Swanton, Michael, English Literature Before Chaucer, London, Longman, 1987.
  • Wallace, David, éd., The Cambridge History of Medieval English Literature, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1999.
  • Wilson, R. M., Early Middle English Literature, London, Methuen, 1939.
Généralités
  • Abbetmeyer, C. E., Old English Poetical Motives Derived from the Doctrine of Sin, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1900.
  • Abbetmeyer, C., Old English Poetical Motives Derived from the Doctrine of Sin, Minneapolis, Wilson; New York, Lemcke and Buechner, 1903, 42 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Ackerman, Robert, An Index of the Arthurian Names in Middle English, New York, AMS Press, 1967.
  • Aertsen, Henk, et Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr, éd., Companion to Old English Poetry, Amsterdam, VU University Press, 1994, 216 p. + [12] p. de pl.
  • Ames, Joseph, Typographical Antiquities; or the History of Printing in England, Scotland and Ireland: Containing Memoirs of our Ancient Printers, and a Register of the Books Printed by Them. Considerably augmented by William Herbert, of Cheshunt, Herts; and now greatly enlarged, with copious notes, and illustrated with appropriate engravings; comprehending the history of English literature, and a view of the progress of the art of engraving, in Great Britain; by the Rev. Thomas Frognall Dibdin, London, Miller, Murray puis Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1810-1819, 4 t. [GB: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3, t. 4] [IA: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3, t. 4]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Ames, Joseph, Typographical Antiquities: Being an Historical Account of Printing in England: with some Memoirs of our Antient Printers, and a Register of the Books Printed by Them, from the Year MCCCCLXXI to the Year MDC. With an Appendix Concerning Printing in Scotland and Ireland to the Same Time, London, Faden; London, Robinson, 1749, [xviii] + 625 p. [GB] [IA]
    • Ames, Joseph, Typographical Antiquities; or an Historical Account of the Origin and Process of Printing in Great Britain and Ireland: Containing Memoirs of our Ancient Printers and a Register of Books Printed by Them, from the Year MCCCCLXXI to the Year MDC. Considerably augmented, both in the memoirs and numbers of books, by William Herbert, of Cheshunt, Herts., London, chez l'éditeur [GB: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3] [IA: t. 1, t. 2, t. 3]
  • Amodio, Mark C., et Katherine O'Brien O'Keeffe, éd., Unlocking the Wordhord : Anglo-Saxon Studies in Memory of Edward B. Irving, Jr, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2003, x + 359 p.
  • Arner, Timothy D., Trojan Wars: Genre and the Politics of Authorship in Late Medieval and Early Modern England, Ph. D. dissertation, Pennsylvania State University, 2007, ix + 224 p. [libraries.psu.edu]
  • Atkin, Tamara, et Francis Leneghan, éd, The Psalms and Medieval English Literature: From the Conversion to the Reformation, Woodbridge, Brewer, 2017.
    Compte rendu: Philip F. O'Mara, dans The Medieval Review, 18.05.25, 2018. [www]
  • Aurner, Nellie Slayton, Hengest: A Study in Early English Hero Legend, Iowa City, Iowa University (University of Iowa Humanistic Studies, 2:1), 1921, 76 + [44] p. [GB] [IA]
  • Barclay, Katie, Kimberley Reynolds et Ciara Rawnsley, éd., Death, Emotion and Childhood in Premodern Europe, London, Palgrave Macmillan (Palgrave Studies in the History of Childhood), 2016, xvii + 257 p.
  • Barr, Jessica, Willing to Know God: Dreamers and Visionaries in the Later Middle Ages, Colombus, Ohio State University Press, 2010, x + 262 p. [handle.net]
    Compte rendu: Elan Justice Pavlinich, dans Modern Language Studies, 45:2, 2016.
  • Bately, Janet, The Literary Prose of King Alfred's Reign: Translation or Transformation? An Inaugural Lecture in the Chair of English Language and Medieval Literature delivered at University of London King's College on 4th March 1980, London, King's College London, 1980.
  • Battles, Paul, « Toward a theory of Old English poetic genres: epic, elegy, wisdom poetry, and the "traditional opening », Studies in Philology, 111, 2014, p. 1-33.
  • Bennett, J. A. W., Middle English Literature, edited and completed by Douglas Gray, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1986.
  • Bessinger, J. B., A Concordance to the Anglo-Saxon Poetic Records, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1978.
  • Bessinger, J. B., The Interpretation of Old English Poems, London, 1972.
  • Bethurum, Dorothy, éd., Critical Approaches to Medieval Literature: Selected Papers from the English Institute, 1958-1959, New York, Columbia University Press (Selected Papers from the English Institute), 1960, 171 p.
  • Blake, N. F., The English Language in Medieval Literature, New York, Methuen, 1979.
  • Bloomfield, Morton W., The Seven Deadly Sins: An Introduction to the History of a Religious Concept, with Special Reference to Medieval English Literature, East Lansing, Michigan State College Press (Studies in Language and Literature), 1952, 482 p.
  • Boffey, Julia, Manuscript and Print in London c. 1475-1530, London, British Library, 2012, 246 p.
    Compte rendu: Susan Powell, dans Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History, 16, 2013, p. 279-282.
  • Boitani, Piero, English Medieval Narrative in the 13th and 14th Centuries, Cambridge, 1982.
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Rédaction: Laurent Brun
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