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Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues

Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues

facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts and the dialogues in Winchester College Ms. 33

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Published by University of Leeds, School of English in Leeds .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwith introductions and a transcript of the dialogues by Norman Davis.
SeriesLeeds texts and monographs -- 5
ContributionsDavis, Norman, 1913-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14153076M

Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS Intro. Norman Davis. Leeds Texts and Monographs; Medieval Drama Facsimiles 5. Leeds: University of Leeds, School of English, [* Subject heading: manuscripts (facsimiles and facsimile. Non-cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles. Leeds: School of English, PR D32 Robarts Library. See also the electronic transcription in Lancashire Dawson, Giles E., and Laetitia Kennedy-Skipton. Elizabethan Handwriting, New York: W. W. Norton, Z .

The book emphasises regional diversity in the period and engages with the literary and particularly the theatrical values of the plays. Existing chapters have been revised and updated where necessary, and there are three entirely new chapters. This book draws on a broad range of cross-disciplinary evidence, from the literary works of William Langland and the sermons of medieval preachers, to state, civic and guild laws, Davis scrutinises everyday market behaviour through case studies of small and large towns, using the evidence of manor and borough courts.

Full text of "The Book of the Knight of La Tour-Landry: compiled for the instruction of his daughters" See other formats. Between roughly and , the English vernacular became established as a language of literary, bureaucratic, devotional and controversial writing; metropolitan artisans formed guilds for the production and sale of books for the first time; and Gutenberg's and eventually Caxton's printed books reached their first English consumers.


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Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues Download PDF EPUB FB2

Winchester Dialogues refers to two works of Early English Drama found in Winchester College MS 33, first published by Norman Davis in Occupation and Idleness is a mid-fifteenth century interlude or play, although it is referred to as a "dialogue".Lucidus and Dubius is better described as a semi-dramatic dialogue rather than a play.

Get this from a library. Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues: facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts and the dialogues in Winchester College MS [Norman Davis; Warden and Fellows' Library.;].

Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues: facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts and the dialogues in Winchester College MS33 by Norman Davis (Book). Series 1 (London, ) pp.

lviii-lxx; D. Bevington, Medieval Drama (Boston, ) pp. ; P. Happe, English Mystery Plays (Harmondsworth, ) pp. ; N. Davis, Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues (University of Leeds School of English, ) pp.with complete photographic facsimile of the play.

Davis, Norman, ed. Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments. EETS s.s. London: Oxford University Press, ———, ed. Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS Leeds: University of Leeds, School of English,   The N-Town Plays: A Facsimile of British Library MS Cotton Vespasian Peter Meredith & Stanley J.

Kahrl, eds. PRC64 Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments. Norman Davis, ed. PRN66 Oversize. The Towneley Cycle: A Facsimile of Huntington MS HM I.

Cawley & Martin. This text of the Croxton Play of the Sacrament was prepared from Dublin, Trinity College MS F and the facsimile edition of the play in Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS 33, ed.

Norman Davis, Medieval Drama Facsimiles 5 (Leeds. The N-Town Plays: A Facsimile of British Library MS Cotton Vespasian Peter Meredith & Stanley J. Kahrl, eds. PRC64 Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments.

Norman Davis, ed. PRN66 Oversize. The Towneley Cycle: A Facsimile of Huntington MS HM I. The concept Manuscripts, Medieval represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.

1 Lucidus and Dubius in Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues, intro. Norman Davis, Leeds Texts and Monographs: Medieval Drama Facsimiles V (Leeds: University of Leeds, ), ll– Further references will be by line number from this edition. (2.) See Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS 33, introd.

Norman Davis (Leeds: University of Leeds School of English, ), (3.) Davis, ed., Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments, c-ciii.

(4.) Sidney J. Herrtage, ed. Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments and the Winchester Dialogues. Facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS Leeds Texts and Monographs.

Medieval Drama Facsimiles 5. Leeds: University of Leeds School of English, Non-Cycle Plays and The Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS With Introductions and a Transcript of the Dialogues by NORMAN DAVIS.

(Leeds Texts and Mono-graphs, Medieval Drama Facsimiles, 5) Leeds: School of English, University of Leeds. I vi + pp. the Winchester MS, the discovery of which was reported in Notes & Queries () followed by further information in Leeds Studies in English ().

The best discussion of the manuscript itself is by Norman Davis in his edition of Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues, Leeds Texts and Monographs: Medieval Drama Facsimiles 5 (). Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS 33 Article Jul Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues: facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts and the dialogues in Winchester College MS33; Non-sequitur: solos for trombones with brass ensemble; Norma: facsimile delle partitura autografa.

Non-Cycle Plays and The Winchester Dialogues: Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS 33, edited by Norman Davis, with a transcript of the Dialogues (), vi+pp. £ 4. Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues: facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts The N-town plays: a facsimile of British Library MS Cotton Vespasian D VIII / with an introd.

by Peter The Towneley cycle: a facsimile of Huntington MS HM 1. List of Books Received as of 1 April Theatre Survey, Vol. 56, Issue. 3, p. Leeds Texts and Monographs Facsimiles. LTMF 8: The Chester Mystery Cycle: A Facsimile of British Library Harley MS Non-Cycle Plays and The Winchester Dialogues.

£ Add to Basket. Description. Facsimiles of Plays and Fragments in Various Manuscripts and the Dialogues in Winchester College MS 33, edited by Norman Davis.

Davis, N. (), Non-Cycle Plays and the Winchester Dialogues (Oxford: Oxford University Press for the Early English Text Society). Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat; Dawson, Anthony B., and Paul Yachnin (), The Culture of Playgoing in Shakespeare's England: A Collaborative Debate (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Find.Norman Davis has written: 'The language of the Pastons' -- subject(s): Paston letters 'Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues' -- subject(s): English Manuscripts, English drama, Facsimiles.Non-cycle plays and the Winchester dialogues: facsimiles of plays and fragments in various manuscripts The Wilkinson manuscript / transcribed and edited by Douglas Knoop, G.P.

Jones, Douglas Hamer.