Revisiting the medieval north of England : interdisciplinary approaches / edited by Anita Auer, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall and Tino Oudesluijs.
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|Other author/creator||Auer, Anita, 1975- editor.|
|Other author/creator||Renevey, Denis, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Marshall, Camille, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Oudesluijs, Tino, editor.|
|Contents||Introduction: setting the scene: interdisciplinary perspectives on the medieval north of England / Anita Auer, Denis Renevey, Camille Marshall, Tino Oudesluijs -- Northern spirituality travels south: Rolle's middle English Encomium Oleum Effusum Nomen Tuum in Lincoln College Library, MS 91, and Dublin, Trinity College, MS 155 / Denis Renevey -- Mechtild of Hackeborn and Cecily Neville's devotional reading: images of the heart in fifteenth-century England / Naoë Kukita Yoshikawa -- Langage o northrin lede: northern middle English as a written medium / Merja Stenroos -- A pystille made to a cristene frende: a translation of Walter Hilton's Epistola ad quemdam seculo renunciare volentem in a northern anthology, London, British Library, MS additional 33971 / Marleen Cré - 'So to interpose a little ease': northern hermit-lit / Ralph Hanna -- The children of the York plays / Richard Beadle -- Linguistic regionalism in the York Corpus Christi plays / Anita Auer -- The hermit and the sailor: readings of Scandinavia in north-east English hagiography / Christiania Whitehead -- Towards a nuanced history of early English spelling: old Northumbrian witnesses and northern orthography / Marcelle Cole.|
|Summary||The focus of this volume is the north of England and its regions in the late medieval period. Concentrating on the north as a centre of manuscript production, dissemination and reception, 'Revisiting the Medieval North of England' illustrates the fluidity of boundaries and communication, and the resulting links to different geographical regions.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages -166) and indexes.|
|Genre/form||Conference papers and proceedings.|
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