early English literature

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  • The following works are of special interest in studying early English literature. Cited from Outlines of English Literature, by William J. Long
  • He became one of the most eminent scholars in the country in early English literature and language. Cited from Autobiography of Seventy Years, Vol. 1-2, by George Hoar
  • These translations held a prominent place in early English literature.
  • He devoted himself to antiquarian research, particularly into early English literature.
  • The battled was recorded in a poem which is regarded as one of the finest examples of early English literature.
  • Of these the twelve papers on Chaucer difficulties are a most valuable contribution to the study of early English literature.
  • After taking up his residence in Baltimore, Lanier entered upon a comprehensive course of reading and study, particularly in early English literature. Cited from Poets of the South, by F.V.N. Painter
  • Alfred was a specialist in early English literature.
  • Furnivall indefatigably promoted the study of early English literature.
  • His varied collection was especially rich in voyages, Shakespearean and early English literature, and in early Spanish and German works.
  • It is fortunate for the lovers of early English literature that Bp. Cited from The Lucasta Poems, by Richard Lovelace
  • In early English literature, Robin Hood was a fictional character, but the historical King Richard I of England also appears.
  • Most early English literature was obtained from Britain and it was not until the 1950s when local publishing outlets increased that New Zealand literature started to become widely known.
  • Utterson presented a copy of all of these to John Payne Collier on discovering the interest he had in early English literature.
  • She is a Welsh medievalist, focusing on Manuscript Studies and Early English literature, up to 1300.
  • Ulrich's biography presents the case of a scholar in early English literature whose foundational contribution to the field has remained undocumented because she focused on the area of pedagogy.
  • In the British Isles especially, the polecat was persecuted by gamekeepers, and became synonymous with promiscuity in early English literature.
  • He founded a number of learned societies on early English Literature, and made pioneering and massive editorial contributions to the subject, of which the most notable was his parallel text edition of the Canterbury Tales.
  • He was editor-in-chief of the Catalogue of the Manuscripts preserved in the Library of the University of Cambridge, contributing descriptions of Early English literature.
  • Interested in early English literature, Southern in 1820 founded the Retrospective Review, which he edited on his own till 1826, by which time 14 volumes had been published.
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