Authors of the Middle Ages. Volume I, Nos 1–4: English by David C. Fowler,J. A. Burrow,Michael C. Seymour

By David C. Fowler,J. A. Burrow,Michael C. Seymour

Authors of the center a long time is a brand new sequence designed for study and reference. every one half, via a professional at the topic, offers an account of the proof identified a couple of specific Author’s existence and instant ancient context, including a evaluate of next scholarship. this is often supported by way of quotation of all recognized modern references; a dated and categorised checklist of manuscripts and versions; a bibliography of secondary assets; and appendices directory or printing the most important literary and documentary resources. the purpose is to mix, in a single compact paintings, a bibliography of a medieval writer with all of the details wanted for additional learn. every one might be on hand separately, or in a set with 3 different modern Authors. Authors of the center a while is split into sub-series, English Writers of the overdue heart a long time and historic and non secular Writers of the Latin West.

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