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Castleford's Chronicle' is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Castleford's Chronicle' is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327. It is one of the earliest compendia in English of the events and legends of British history as then understood.

Castleford's Chronicle is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain . Hardcover, 559 pages. Published September 1st 2000 by Early English Text Society.

Castleford's Chronicle is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327. ISBN13:9780197223079.

Castleford's Chronicle' is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the . The work refers to itself at one point as 'The Boke of Brut'. The text survives in a single 15th-century manuscript.

Castleford's Chronicle' is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327. more age versions of the story of King Lear. Volume I contains a short introduction and half of the text; Volume II contains the remainder of the text.

Castleford's Chronicle is a long verse chronicle recounting the traditional history of Britain from its foundation to the year 1327. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. It is one of the earliest compendia in English of the events and legends of British history. Volume 1 contains a short introduction and half of the text; volume 2 contains the remainder of the text.

Caroline D. Eckhardt. Early English Text Society. Volume I. Caroline D. Early English Text Society Original Series Castleford's Chronicle, or The Boke of Brut. Early English Text Society Original Series. Castleford's Chronicle is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327.

Brut y Tywysogion or The Chronicle of the Princes: Peniarth Manuscript 20 Version. Chronicle of theology: two new books on tradition. John J. Parry - 1954 - Speculum 29 (2, Part 1):289-290. G. Fritz - 1933 - Revue des Sciences Religieuses 13 (1):66-81. Felice Lifshitz - 1997 - Speculum 72 (2):572-574. Chaucer's General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales : An Annotated Bibliography, 1900–1982. Malcolm Andrew - 1992 - Speculum 67 (3):660-663.

Early english text society original series. Other books in this series. This is the text of a long verse chronicle which provides a compendium of the traditional legends and stories which made up the history of Britain as then understood. The last year of its entry was 1327. Volume 1 contains a short introduction and half of the text, Volume 2 contains the remainder of the text.

London : Published for the Early English Text Society by K. Paul, Trench, Trübner. Robarts - University of Toronto.

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'Castleford's Chronicle' is a long verse chronicle, written in a Northern English dialect, which recounts the traditional history of Britain from its foundation year to 1327. It is one of the earliest compendia in English of the events and legends of British history as then understood, and includes, for example, one of the earliest English language versions of the story of King Lear. Although the great majority of its historical episodes are conventional, the chronicle also offers some surprises, such as a version of the Norman Conquest in which Harold is said to marry William's sister, Elaine. The title 'Castleford's Chronicle', is conventional: although the name 'Thomas Castelford' appears in the sole surviving manuscript, there is no conclusive evidence that a person of this name was the author. The work refers to itself at one point as 'The Boke of Brut'. The text survives in a single 15th-century manuscript. Volume I contains a short introduction and half of the text; Volume II contains the remainder of the text. A third volume will be forthcoming at some future date containing a full introduction, notes, and glossary.