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Six Scottish Courtly and Chivalric Poems, Including Lyndsay's _Squyer Meldrum_

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Rhiannon Purdie (Editor), Emily Wingfield (Editor)

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Edition of: Sir David Lyndsay's 'Historie of Squyer Meldrum', 'Testament of Squyer Meldrum' and 'Answer to the Kingis Flyting' (all ed. Purdie) and 'The Talis of the Fyve Bestis'; 'Balletis of the Nine Nobles'; 'Complaint for the Death of Margaret, Princess of Scotland' (ed. Wingfield). 125,000 words total, comprising 25,000 words edited text and 100,000 words scholarly commentary (50/50 split between editors).
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Original languageEnglish
PublisherMedieval Institute, Kalamazoo
Number of pages290
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2018

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NameTEAMS Middle English Texts
PublisherMedieval Institute, Kalamazoo

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