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The Middle English 'Mirror': Sermons from Advent to Sexagesima

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Abstract

A critical edition of the prologue and first twelve sermons from the Middle English prose sermon cycle 'The Mirror' with a parallel-text edition of the Anglo-Norman verse source, 'Le Miroir', with an extensive introduction, and critical apparatus (textual notes, commentary, and glossary)
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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHeidelberg
PublisherCarl Winter Universitätsverlag
Number of pages261
Volume34
ISBN (Print)3825315371
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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NameMiddle English Texts
PublisherCarl Winter

    Research areas

  • Middle English, Anglo-Norman, sermons, verse, prose, manuscripts, medieval

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