2 edition of Modern literary manuscripts from King"s College, Cambridge found in the catalog.
Modern literary manuscripts from King"s College, Cambridge
King"s College (University of Cambridge)
|Statement||[catalogue prepared by Penelope Bulloch.|
|Contributions||Munby, A. N. L. 1913-1974., Bulloch, Penelope, Fitzwilliam Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
the cambridge history of MEDIEVAL ENGLISH LITERATURE This is the Þrst full-scale history of medieval English literature for nearly a century. Thirty-three distinguished contributors o×er a collaborative account of literature composed or transmitted in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland between the Norman Conquest and the death of Henry VIII. Manuscripts and Rare Books in the Bodleian Libraries Manuscripts and archives. The Bodleian Libraries' Special Collections (at the Weston Library) holds the second largest collection of manuscripts and archives in Britain, with items ranging in date from papyri of the 3rd century B.C. to correspondence and papers of the present. Particular strengths are medieval manuscripts, 17th-century.
Handlist of Literary Manuscripts in the T. S. Eliot Collection Bequeathed to King's College, Cambridge by John Davy Hayward in Cambridge, end pam E Z6 C28 Fisher Rare Book Library. The Letters of T. S. Eliot. Ed. Valerie Eliot. Vol. 1: . The Rare Books & Manuscripts Library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge Worcester Cathedral Library and Archive Blog Worcester Cathedral Library contains nearly medieval manuscripts, printed books, archival documents.
Informed by multi-cultural, multidisciplinary perspectives, The Cambridge History of Early Medieval English Literature offers a new exploration of the earliest writing in Britain and Ireland, from the end of the Roman Empire to the mid-twelfth s: 1. British Museum in to transcribe a manuscript at King's College, wrote in his diary for Saturday, 19 February: 'At work all day. Mr Heath the Junior Dean introduced himself to me. He is a good Icelandic Scholar and 7 J.J. Withers, A register of admissions to King's College Cambridge , ed. 2 (London, )
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Medieval Manuscripts The Library's interleaved and annotated copy of M.R. James's Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts other than Oriental in the Library of King's College, Cambridge may be consulted on application to the Library staff.
The manuscripts are housed in the Library, and appointments to see them must be made through the Librarian.
Bulloch, Penelope (Penelope Anne) (), Modern literary manuscripts from King's College, Cambridge: an exhibition in memory of A.N.L. Munby, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge,Cambridge: King's College. Scriptorium started life as a three-year () AHRC-funded Resource Enhancement Project, based in the Faculty of English at the University of Cambridge.
The project team created a digital archive of manuscript miscellanies and commonplace books from the period c. A digital archive of manuscript miscellanies and commonplace books from the period c.drawn from the collections of ten partner institutions: a number of college libraries in Cambridge (Emmanuel, King's, Queens, St John's, Trinity) as well as the Cambridge University Library, the Brotherton Library in Leeds, and other archives, such.
The Medieval Manuscript Book redresses this by focusing on aspects of the medieval book in its cultural situations. Written by experts in the study of the handmade book before print, this volume combines bibliographical expertise with broader insights into the theory and praxis of manuscript study in areas from bibliography to social context.
Dated and datable manuscripts are described in P. Robinson, Catalogue of Dated and Datable Manuscripts, c. Cambridge,2 vols [MSS A] Further information on Medieval manuscripts in deposited College collections is available in the Manuscripts Reading Room. Literature from medieval and early modern Britain draws on both oral and written traditions, and is multilingual at its core.
The first works written in the vernaculars of England, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, and Ireland appeared in this period. Many writers were also fluent in Latin and French. You. The Department of Manuscripts and University Archives is home to a wide range of material, from important medieval manuscripts to collections of personal papers dating from the twentieth century.
It includes scientific collections, business archives, the records of the University and political papers. The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism founding editors Professor H.
Nisbet medieval and early modern German literature, the his-tory of the book, and the history of medicine. Simon Gaunt is Professor of French Language and Literature at King’s College London, is the author of Troubadours and Irony ().
CELM will supersede Dr Beal's ground-breaking printed Index of English Literary Manuscripts (4 vols, ). Given the increased attention to writing by women in this period, so much of it embodied in manuscripts, the 72 or more additional early modern authors represented in.
Foundation. On 12 FebruaryKing Henry VI issued letters patent founding a college at Cambridge for a rector and twelve poor scholars. This college was to be named after Saint Nicholas upon whose feast day Henry had been born.
The first stone of the college's Old Court was laid by the King on Passion Sunday, 2 April on a site which lies directly north of the modern college and which. King's College (University of Cambridge). Modern literary manuscripts from King's College, Cambridge. Cambridge: The College ; Cambridge: [Distributed by] The Museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A N L Munby; King's College (University of Cambridge); Fitzwilliam Museum.
King’s has one of the oldest English departments in the country, and our unrivalled central London location allows you to explore the city's rich literary history first hand.
Key benefits. Unrivalled location in the centre of London, with easy access to the British Library and the major libraries and archives of.
Overview. Study Early Modern English on a degree which is taught by King's and the British Library and provides a unique opportunity to study early modern literary works, including Shakespeare, Donne, and Jonson, in the light of recent critical approaches and as print and manuscript material artefacts.
This collection of books was given to the Library of the University of King’s College by Christ Church Parish inand is now designated as the Bray Collection. As indicated by their book-plates, the books were presented to the parish in by Dr.
Bray’s Associates of London, which had acquired the library from its former owner. NRA Cambridge University: King's College letters of eminent men and index to journals of CR Ashbee NRA Cambridge University: King's College Library Modern Archive Centre misc accessions King's College Library Modern Archive Centre misc accessions literary collection link to online catalogue; NRA Sir Edmund Ronald Leach.
Cambridge Core - English Language and Linguistics: General Interest - The Cambridge History of Early Medieval English Literature - edited by Clare A.
Lees. College Archives. The institutional records of King's College London are among the richest Higher Education records in London. They include minute books, correspondence of senior officers, records relating to students and staff, College publications and photographs of not just King’s but institutions that have merged with or were created by it, including King's College School, Strand School.
Modern literary manuscripts from King's College, Cambridge: [catalogue of] an exhibition in memory of A.N.L. Munby, [held at] Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge by King's College (University of Cambridge) (Book). Montague Rhodes James OM FBA (1 August – 12 June ) was an English author, medievalist scholar and provost of King's College, Cambridge (–), and of Eton College (–).
He was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge (–15). Though James's work as a medievalist and scholar is still highly regarded, he is best remembered for his ghost stories, which some.
This book is a full-scale history of early modern English literature, offering perspectives on English literature produced in Britain between the Reformation and the Restoration.
While providing the general coverage and specific information expected of a major history, its twenty-six chapters address recent methodological and interpretive developments in English literary studies.3/5(2).The Book of Kells, the Book of Durrow and the Book of Armagh are among Ireland’s greatest treasures but these iconic manuscripts are only part of the Library's richly diverse holdings.
We continue to add to our collections, building on existing strengths and advancing into new areas of scholarship.Prospective readers of modern manuscripts should contact the archivist.
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