Medieval English Prose for Women: Selections from the Katherine Group and Ancrene Wisse

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
Ackerman and
 Dahood
Ancrene Riwle: Introduction and Part 1, ed. Robert W.
Ackerman and Roger Dahood ( Binghamton, NY, 1984).
AWAncrene Wisse (references by part and line number to this
edition).
Bennett and
 Smithers
Early Middle English Verse and Prose, ed. J. A. W. Bennett
and G. V. Smithers, with a Glossary by Norman Davis,
2nd edn. (repr. with corrections, Oxford, 1974).
ColbornHali Meiðhad: Edited from MS. Bodley 34 and MS. Cotton
Titus D. xviii, by A. F. Colborn ( London, 1940).
Cooper Josephine G. Cooper (Sister Ethelbert), 'Latin Elements
of the Ancrene Riwle', Ph.D. diss. (Univ. of Birmingham,
1956).
Corpus MS MS Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 402. References
by folio and line number. See the diplomatic edition by
J. R. R. Tolkien, The English Text of the Ancrene Riwle:
Ancrene Wisse, EETS, OS 249 ( London, 1962).
d'Ardenne,
 Iuliene
Þe Liflade ant te Passiun of Seinte Iuliene, ed. S. R. T. O.
d'Ardenne (Liège, 1936), repr. as EETS, OS 248 ( London,
1961).
d'Ardenne, KGThe Katherine Group: see MS B below.
De custodiaDe custodia interioris hominis, attrib. Anselm, ed. Southern
and Schmitt (see below), 355-60.
Dobson, Cotton
 Cleopatra
The English Text of the Ancrene Riwle, edited from B. M.
Cotton MS.
Cleopatra C. vi, by E. J. Dobson, EETS, OS 267
( London, 1972).
Dobson, Origins E. J. Dobson, The Origins of 'Ancrene Wisse' ( Oxford, 1976).
EETS Early English Text Society
os Original Series.
ss Supplementary Series.
FurnivallHali Meidenhad, ed. F.J. Furnivall, EETS, OS 18 ( London,
1922).
HallSelections from Early Middle English 1130-1250, ed. Joseph
Hall (2 vols.; Oxford, 1920).
HMHali Meiðhad (references by line number to this edition).
Iuliene See d'Ardenne, Iuliene, above.
JEGPJournal of English and Germanic Philology.
KaterineSeinte Katerine, ed. S. R. T. O. d'Ardenne and E. J.
Dobson, EETS, SS 7 ( Oxford, 1981).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Further Reading xxxix
  • A Note on the Texts and Translations xli
  • Texts 1
  • Hali Meiðhad - Epistel of Meidenhad Meidene Froure 2
  • A Letter on Virginity - A Letter on Virginity for the Encouragement of Virgins 3
  • Seinte Margarete 44
  • Saint Margaret 45
  • Sawles Warde I Þe Feaderes Ant I Þe Sunes Ant I Þe Hali Gastes Nome, | Her Biginneð 'sawles Warde'. 86
  • The Custody of the Soul 87
  • Ancrene Wisse, Part 7 110
  • Guide for Anchoresses, Part 7 111
  • Ancrene Wisse, Part 8 130
  • Guide for Anchoresses, Part 8 131
  • Textual Commentary 150
  • Glossary 166
  • List of Proper Names 217
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