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Titus and Vespasian

Bibliographie

Titre: 
Date:Vers 1375-1400
Langue:Anglais
Genre:Roman
Forme:5182 vers
Contenu: 
Incipit:Þe bataile of Jerusalem.
Listeneth alle þat ben in live,
bothe Cristen man and wive.
I wil Ȝou tellen a wonder caas,
how Jesu Crist byhatede was…
Explicit:… God for his peynefull passioun
graunte us soo gracious guerdoun,
to have þat blissee and þerinne to be!
Amen, Amen, pur charitee.
Thus endeth þe seege of Jerusal[em].
Rede hit for trewe, and for noo dre[me].
Manuscrits
Éditions modernes
  • Titus and Vespasian or the Destruction of Jerusalem in rhymed couplets, edited from the London and Oxford MSS. by J. A. Herbert, London, Roxburghe Club, 1905, xlvii + 242 p. [GB] [IA]
Traductions modernes
Études
  • Birenbaum, Maija, « Affective vengeance in Titus and Vespasian », The Chaucer Review, 43:3, 2009, p. 330-344. [jstor.org] [Muse]
  • Bühler, Curt F., « The new Morgan manuscript of Titus and Vespasian », Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 76:1, 1961, p. 20-24. [Jstor] DOI: 10.2307/460309
  • Clark, Eleanor Grace, « Titus and Vespasian », Modern Language Notes, 41:8, 1926, p. 523-527. [Jstor] DOI: 10.2307/2914118
  • Wright, Stephen K., The Vengeance of Our Lord: Medieval Dramatizations of the Destruction of Jerusalem, Toronto, Pontificial Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Studies and Texts, 89), 1989, x + 233 p.
    Édition antérieure:
    • Wright, Stephen K., The Vengeance of Our Lord: The Destruction of Jerusalem and the Conversion of Rome in Medieval Drama, Ph. D. dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1984, [iv] + 369 p. [PQ]
Répertoires bibliographiques
Rédaction: Laurent Brun
Dernière mise à jour: 10 janvier 2016