Readers and writers of the prose Brut / edited by William Marx and Raluca Radulescu

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Subjects: Chronicles of England
Transmission of texts--Great Britain--History
Books and reading--Great Britain--History
Great Britain--History--Medieval period, 1066-1485--Historiography
Chronicles of England
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Lampeter, Wales : Trivium Publications, University of Wales, Lampeter, c2006
Series: Trivium v. 36
Trivium (Lampeter, Wales) no. 36, 2006
LC Classification: D, DA
Physical Description: xvi, 249 p. : col. facsims. ; 25 cm
Additional Authors: Marx, C. William
Radulescu, Raluca, 1974-
Notes: ISBN: 0905285778
ISBN: 9780905285771
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: Introduction / William Marx and Raluca Radulescu -- Sources and analogues of the Anglo-Norman prose Brut chronicle: new findings / Julia Marvin -- History and chivalry in the Brut, 1333-1377 / Carole Weinberg -- Reception and revision in the Middle English prose Brut / William Marx -- "Thys ys her owne boke": women reading the Middle English prose Brut chronicle / Amy Noelle Vines -- I read therefore I write: readers' marginalia in some Brut manuscripts / Tamar Drukker -- Dialoguing hands in MS Hatton 50: Reformation readers of the Middle English prose Brut / Elizabeth J. Bryan -- Gentry readers of the Brut and genealogical material / Raluca Radulescu -- "The eyes of memory": the function of the illustrations in Dublin, Trinity College Library MS 505 / John Scattergood -- Afterlives of the prose Brut in early modern chronicle and literature / Christy Desmet
OCLC Number: 70916189
ISBN/ISSN: 0905285778