Medieval Romance in England: A Study of the Sources and Analogues of the Non-Cyclic Metrical Romances

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MEDIÆVAL ROMANCE IN ENGLAND
A STUDY OF THE SOURCES AND ANALOGUES OF THE NON-CYCLIC METRICAL ROMANCES

BY LAURA A. HIBBARD, PH.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE IN WELLESLEY COLLEGE

NEW YORK OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS AMERICAN BRANCH: 35 WEST 32ND STREET LONDON, TORONTO, MELBOURNE & BOMBAY 1924

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface iii
  • Contents vii
  • Romances of Trial and Faith 1
  • Bibliography 10
  • Bibliography 21
  • Bibliography 33
  • Bibliography 43
  • Bibliography 48
  • Bibliography 56
  • Bibliography 63
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  • Romances of Legendary English Heroes 81
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  • Romances of Love and Adventure *
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  • Bibliography 319
  • Table of Abbreviations and References 321
  • Index of Matters and Literature 327
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