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Livre de raison du marchand londonien Richard Hill

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Copiste:Inconnu
Lieu: 
Date:Premier tiers du XVIe siècle
Nombre de feuillets:248
Foliotation:1-248
Format:292 × 108 mm
Support:Papier
Reliure:Parchemin
Mise en page:1 colonne de 50-60 lignes
Décoration: 
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Bibliographie

  • Froude, J. A., « The commonplace book of Richard Hilles », Fraser's Magazine, août 1858, p. 127-145.
  • Caxton's Book of Curtesye, printed at Westminster about 1477-8 A. D. and now reprinted, with two MS. copies of the same treatise, from the Oriel MS. 70, and the Balliol MS. 354. Edited by Frederick J. Furnivall, London, Trübner (Early English Text Society. Extra Series, 3), 1868, xii + 57 p. [GB] [IA]
  • Songs, Carols, and Other Miscellaneous Poems, from the Balliol MS. 354, Richard Hill's Commonplace-Book, edited by Roman Dyboski, London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co. (Early English Text Society. Extra Series, 101), 1907-1908, lix + 198 p. [GB] [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
    Réimpressions:
    • 1937
    • London, Oxford University Press, 1981
  • Old English Carols from the Hill MS., translated by Jessie L. Weston, London, Nutt, 1911, vi + 44 p. [IA: ex. 1, ex. 2]
  • Browning, D. C., Balliol College MS 354, Dissertation, University of Oxford, 1935.
  • Mynors, R. A. B., Catalogue of the Manuscripts of Balliol College, Oxford, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1963, lvii + 401 p. (ici p. 352-354, no 354) [ox.ac.uk]
  • Collier, Heather, « Richard Hill: a London compiler », The Court and Cultural Diversity: Selected Papers from the Eighth Triennial Congress of the Courtly Literature Society, éd. Evelyn Mullally et John Thompson, Cambridge, Brewer, 1997, p. 319-329.
  • Parker, David R., The Commonplace Book in Tudor London: An Examination of BL MSS Egerton 1995, Harley 2252, Lansdowne 762 and Oxford Balliol College 354, Lanham, University Press of America, 1998.
  • Rogers, Janine, « Courtesy books, comedy, and the merchant masculinity of Oxford Balliol College MS 354 », Medieval Forum, 1, 2002. [www]
Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Dernière mise à jour: 29 novembre 2017