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Poésie lyrique anglaise


Genres lyriques


Répertoires bibliographiques
Chansonniers manuscrits
Recueils et anthologies
  • Songs and Carols, from a manuscript in the British Museum of the fifteenth century. Edited by Thomas Wright, London, Richards, 1856, 8 + 119 p. [GB] [IA]
    Éditions antérieures:
    • Songs and Carols, printed from a manuscript in the Sloane collection in the British Museum [by Thomas Wright], London, Pickering, 1836, ix + [56] p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    • Songs and Carols, now first printed, from a manuscript of the fifteenth century. Edited by Thomas Wright, London, Percy Society (Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages, 23), 1847, vii + 107 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Secular Lyrics of the XIVth and XVth Centuries, éd. R. H. Robbins, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2e éd., 1955.
  • Davies, R. T., ed., Medieval English Lyrics: A Critical Anthology, London, Faber, 1963.
  • Luria, Maxwell S., et Richard L. Hoffman, éd., Middle English Lyrics, New York, Norton, 1974.
  • The Early English Carols, éd. R. L. Greene, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2e éd., 1977.
  • Appleton Weber, Sarah, Theology and Poetry in the Middle English Lyric: A Study of Sacred History and Aesthetic Form, [Colombus], Ohio State University Press, 1969, xvii + 292 p. [OSUP]
  • Bayless, Martha, « The text and the body in Middle English seduction lyrics », Neophilologus, 93:1, 2009, p. 165-174. DOI: 10.1007/s11061-008-9126-8
  • Bennett, J. M., « Ventriloquisms: when maidens speak in English songs, c. 1300–1550 », Medieval Woman's Song: Cross-Cultural Approaches, éd. A. L. Klinck et A. M. Rasmussen, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002, p. 187-204 et 253–259.
  • Boffey, Julia, Manuscripts of English Courtly Love Lyrics in the Later Middle Ages, Cambridge, Brewer (Manuscript Studies, 1), 1985, 232 p.
    Compte rendu: A. S. G. Edwards, dans Speculum, 64:1, 1989, 125-127.
  • Bowers, John, « Pearl in its royal setting: Ricardian poetry revisited », Studies in the Age of Chaucer, 17, 1995, p. 111-155.
  • Cartlidge, N., « "Alas, I go with chylde": representation of extra-marital pregnancy in the Middle English lyric », English Studies, 79, 1998, p. 395-414.
  • Chaytor, H. J., The Troubadours and England, Cambridge, 1923.
  • Henry, P. L., The Early English and Celtic Lyric, New York, Allen and Unwin, 1966.
  • Kinch, Ashby McDalton, Playing at Death: The Suspended Subject of Middle English Lyric, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2000, 392 p. [PQ]
  • Plummer, J., « The woman's song in Middle English and its European backgrounds », Vox Feminae: Studies in medieval Woman's songs, éd. J. Plummer, Kalamazoo, Medieval Institute Publications (Studies in Medieval Culture, 15), 1981, p. 135–154.
  • Ransom, Daniel J., Poets at Play: Irony and Parody in the Harley Lyrics, Norman, Pilgrim, 1985.
  • Reiss, Edmund, The Art of the Middle English Lyric: Essays in Criticism, Athens, University of Georgia Press, 1972.
  • Schmolke-Hasselmann, Beate, « Middle English lyrics and the French tradition—some missing links », The Spirit of the Court: Selected Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society (Toronto 1983), éd. Glyn S. Burgess et Robert A. Taylor, Cambridge, Brewer, 1985, p. 298-320.
  • Shire, Helena, « Le récit bref et la poésie lyrique médiévale de langue anglaise », Le récit bref au Moyen Âge. Actes du colloque des 27, 28 et 29 avril 1979, éd. Danielle Buschinger, s. l., Université de Picardie, Centre d'études médiévales, 1980, p. 277-286.
  • Wright-Bushman, Katy Michelle, Reading Lyric Before Lyric: English Religious Poetry among its Late Medieval Readers, Ph. D. dissertation, University of Notre Dame, 2014, iv + 219 p. [PQ]
Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Dernière mise à jour: 15 janvier 2020