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Guide to English literature from Beowulf through Chaucer and medieval drama. [electronic resource] With bibliographies by Stanley B. Greenfield.

By: Zesmer, David M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: College outline series, no. 53. Publisher: New York, Barnes & Noble [1961]Description: 397 p. illus. 21 cm.Subject(s): English literature -- Old English, ca. 450-1100 -- History and criticism | English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- History and criticism | Littérature anglaise -- 1100-1500 (Moyen anglais) -- Histoire et critique | Littérature anglaise -- 1100-1500 (Moyen anglais) -- Bibliographie | Littérature anglo-normande -- Histoire et critique | Littérature anglo-normande -- BibliographieDDC classification: 820.9 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library Also issued online.
Contents:
Old English period: Historical and linguistic background of the old English period -- Anglo-Saxon literary culture -- Beowulf and the heroic tradition -- Elegiac, Caedmonian, and Cynewulfian poems -- Old English prose and miscellaneous verse -- Middle English period -- General view of the middle English period -- Middle English romance -- Middle English prose -- Lyrics and folk ballads -- Alliterative revival: Sir Gawain, Pearl, and Piers Plowman -- Debates, didactic verse and satire -- Chaucer: Minor works and Troilus -- Canterbury tales -- Fifteenth-century Chaucerians -- Medieval drama in England -- Bibliographies: Old English bibliographical guide -- Middle English bibliographical guide.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Old English period: Historical and linguistic background of the old English period -- Anglo-Saxon literary culture -- Beowulf and the heroic tradition -- Elegiac, Caedmonian, and Cynewulfian poems -- Old English prose and miscellaneous verse -- Middle English period -- General view of the middle English period -- Middle English romance -- Middle English prose -- Lyrics and folk ballads -- Alliterative revival: Sir Gawain, Pearl, and Piers Plowman -- Debates, didactic verse and satire -- Chaucer: Minor works and Troilus -- Canterbury tales -- Fifteenth-century Chaucerians -- Medieval drama in England -- Bibliographies: Old English bibliographical guide -- Middle English bibliographical guide.

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