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XV. Pearl, Cleanness, Patience and Sir Gawayne


Amours, M. Scottish Alliterative Poems. Golagros and Gawayne, Awntyrs of Arthure, Pistill of Swete Susan, Rauf Coil[char]ear. Scot. Text. Soc. 1897.

Banks, M.M. Morte Arthur. Ed. Brock, T. E.E.T.S. 1865. Re-edited. 1900.

Bradwardine, T. De Cause Dei. Ed. Savile. 1618.

Brown, C. F. The author of the Pearl, considered in the Light of his Theological Opinions. MLA. XIX. Brown, J. T. T. Huchown of the Awle Ryale. 1902. Bruce, J. D. De Ortu Waluuanii. MLA. XIII. Coulton, G. G., in MLR. II, I. Fischer, J. Die stabende Langzeile in den Werken des Gawaindichters. BBA. XI

Fuhrmann, J. Die Alliterierenden Sprachformeln in Morris’s Early English Alliterative Poems u im Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight. Hamburg, 1886.

Gollancz, I. Gawayne and the Green Knight. Ed. Morris, Richard. E.E.T.S. 1864. Reprinted with text revised, 1897.

—— Gringolet, Gawain’s Horse. Saga-Book of the Viking Club. 1907.

—— The Parlement of the Thre Ages and Wynnere and Wastoure. Roxburghe Club, 1879.

—— Pearl. Edited, with Modern English Rendering, 1891; revised edition of text privately printed, 1897; new edition, with facsimile of MS., 1907. See also under Ralph Strode, in D. of N. B., Academy XXXVIII, and under Neilson, below.

—— Patience, and other alliterative poems, with facsimile of MS.

—— The Quatrefoil of Love (an English Miscellany). Oxford, 1900. Horstmann, C. Altenglische Legenden. Neue Folge. Heilbronn, 1881. Kuhnke, B. Die Allit. Langzeile in der mittelengl. Romanze Sir G. and the G. K. Berlin, 1900.

McLaughlin, E. T. Studies in Medieval Life and Literature. 1894.

Madden, Sir F. Syr Gawayne. Bannatyne Club, 1839.

Mitchell, S. Weir. Pearl, first half of the poem rendered intoModern English Verse. New York, 1906.

Morris, Richard. Gawayne and the Green Knight. E.E.T.S. 1864. Reprinted 1869, 1893; and, with text revised by Gollancz, I., 1897.

—— Early English Alliterative Poems, in the West-Midland Dialect of the fourteenth century. E.E.T.S. 1864 ff.

Neilson, George. Huchown of the Awle Ryale. 1902. See also G. N. in Trans. Phil. Soc., Glasgow, XXXII; in Scottish Antiquary, XVI; and in Athenaeum, I June, 26 Oct., 1901, 21 June, 1902, and discussion with Gollancz in the same journal, 1903.

Northup, Clark S. Study of the Metrical Structure of The Pearl. MLA. XII.

Osgood, C. G. The Pearl. Bells Letters Series. [Contains a good bibliography.]

Palgrave, F. T. Landscape in Poetry. 1897.

Panton, G. A. and Donaldson, D. The Gest Hystoriale of the Destruction of Troy. E.E.T.S. 1869–74.

Paris, Gaston. Hist. Litt. Vol. XXX.

Schofield, W. H. The Nature and Fabric of the Pearl. MLA. Vol. XIX. Skeat, W. W. The Wars of Alexander. E.E.T.S. 1886.

Steffler, G. Sege of Jerusalem. Marburg, 1891.

Thomas, M. C. Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight, etc. Zurich, 1883.

Trautmann, M. In Anglia, I. Der Dichter Huchown u. Seince Werke. See also in Über Verfasser u. Entstehungszeit Einiger Allitererender Gedichte des Altenenglischen. Halle, 1876.

Weston, Jessie L. The Legend of Sir Gawain. 1897; and Arthurian Romances unrepresented in Malory, 1898.

See also Kölbing, E. Engl. Stud. XVI; Holthausen. Herrig’s Archiv, XC; Bradley, H. Academy, XXXVIII; Luick, in Anglia, XI.