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Arts: Literature: World_Literature: British: Medieval

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NetSERF: Medieval Literature by Author
- Works organised by title and author, with links to collections of works.

Anthology of Middle English Literature (1350-1485)
Works, biographies, essays and articles on featured authors. Also includes mystery and morality plays and Middle English lyrics.

Baragona's Arthurian Legend
Resource site with bibliographies.

Baragona's Medieval Drama
Resource site, with bibliography.

Corpus of M.E. Prose and Verse
Searchable Middle English texts at the University of Michigan.

Doomsday Gateway
Multimedia computer project on the fifteenth-century York mystery plays. Exploring and presenting evidence of performance practice.

The English Royal Forest
Provides a description and history of the legal institution of the English Royal Forest, especially as it relates to the Middle English romance "Gamelyn" and several other works.

Four Arthurian Romances by Chretien DeTroyes
Complete online HTML text, extensively annotated.

  • Four Arthurian Romances by DeTroyes
    A Project Gutenberg etext.

    Gladly Lerne and Gladly Teche
    Essays on various aspects of medieval studies, in honour of Professor Thomas J. Garbaty.

    A Glossarial DataBase of Middle English
    Offers text based search of middle English literature.

    The Labyrinth
    Resources for medieval studies, including original texts of literary works.

    Medieval Imagination
    Medieval resources for Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman and Middle-English Literature.

    Medieval Institute Publications
    Based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Information on works and periodicals published.

    The Middle English Collection
    Online texts at the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia.

    Middle English Dictionary
    Ongoing project offering analysis of lexicon and usage for the period 1100-1500.

    Middle English Plays
    Texts of plays, articles and resources from The Luminarium.

    Sir Gowther
    Analysis of the Middle English Breton lay.
  • The Travels of Sir John Mandeville
    The Project Gutenberg etext.

    Welsh Authors - Medieval Texts
    Drop-down author/title list, Welsh language help and texts.


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