Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History: Volume 14

Edited by Joel T. Rosenthal and Paul E. Szarmach

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History: Volume 14

Edited by Joel T. Rosenthal and Paul E. Szarmach

Distributed for ACMRS Press

246 pages | 6 x 9
Cloth $150.00 ISBN: 9780866988711 Published December 2019
Formerly published by AMS Press, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History continues with an annual volume now published by ACMRS.
Contents
Kemble’s Second Edition of Beowulf and Cardale’s Criticism
—J. R. Hall, University of Mississippi

Early Middle English in Trilingual Manuscripts: Eruptions, Collisions, Colloquies
—Susanna Fein, Kent State University

Why Did Renaissance Florence Fail to Develop a Carpet Industry?
—Gerald Pollio, Fordham University, London Study Centre

“Yt is myche lesse harme to bylle thane to kylle”: Bill-posting and the Destruction of the Duke of Suffolk in 1450
—Clementine Oliver, California State University, Northridge

Two Fifteenth-Century Contemporary Rulers an Ocean Apart: Nezahualcoyotl Acolmiztli of Texcoco, Mexico, and Lorenzo de’ Medici of Florence, Italy
—J. David Puett, University of Georgia and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
—Susan Brunn Puett, Independent Scholar

Converting Ovid: Translation, Religion, and Allegory in Arthur Golding’s Metamorphoses
—Andrew Wells, Brigham Young University-Idaho

Reading Dante in the Sixteenth Century: The Bentley Aldine Divine Comedy and Its Marginalia
—Paul Dover, Kennesaw State University

 
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