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Codicological evidence of reading in late medieval England, with particular reference to practical pastoral verse

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This study advances and adds detail to our history of the reading of verse in England c.1350–1500. Scholarship has established major twelfth- and thirteenth-century changes in reading, and linked these changes to manuscripts containing the modern Middle English verse canon. Historians of early modern reading have also argued for distinctive changes in their own period. But the examination of reading between these two clusters of change has been limited. This study therefore asks h...

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English Faculty
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1188537
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University of Oxford

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