The Chester Mystery Cycle: Essays and Documents

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Allison, Richard. The Psalmes of David in Meter. London: William Barley, 1599. Reprint. Menston: Scolar Press, 1968.

Babington, Churchill, and Lumby, J. R., eds. Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden. 9 vols. Rolls Series. London, 1865-86.

Baugh, A. C. "The Chester Plays and French Influence." In Schelling Anniversary Papers, edited by A. H. Quinn, pp. 35-63. New York, 1923.

Block, K. S. Ludus Coventriae, or The Plaie Called Corpus Christi. London: Early English Text Society, extra series 120, 1922.

Boulton, Helen E. Chester Mystery Plays. Chester: Chester Corporation, 1966.

Browe, Petrus, ed. Textus Antiqui de Festo Corporis Christi. Fascicule IV of Opuscula et Textus. Munich, 1934.

Calendar of State Papers: Domestic. Vol. I, 1547-80. London: Longmans and Co., 1856.

Carpenter, Nan Cooke. "Music in the Chester Plays." Papers on English Lan- guage and Literature I (1965):195-216.

—. "Music in the English Mystery Plays." In Music in English Renaissance Drama, edited by John H. Long, pp. I-31. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1968.

—. "Music in the Secunda Pastorum." In Medieval English Drama: Essays Critical and Contextual, edited by Jerome Taylor and Alan H. Nelson, pp. 2I2-17. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1972.

Cawley, A. C., ed. The Wakefield Pageants in the Towneley Cycle. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1958.

—, and Stevens, Martin, eds. The Towneley Cycle: A Facsimile of Hun- tington MS I. Leeds Texts and Monographs, Medieval Drama Facsimiles II. Leeds: University of Leeds School of English, 1976.

Charles, Sydney R., ed. The Music of The Pepys MS 1236. Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae, 40. Rome: American Institute of Musicology, 1967.

Clopper, L. M. "The Chester Plays: Frequency of Performance." Theatre Survey I4 (1973): 46-58.

—. "The History and Development of the Chester Cycle." Modern Philol- ogy 75 (1978): 219-46.

—. "The Rogers' Description of the Chester Plays." Leeds Studies in En- glish 7 (1973-74): 63-94.

—, ed. Chester: Records of Early English Drama. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979.

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