2 edition of English historical literature in the fifteenth century found in the catalog.
English historical literature in the fifteenth century
Kingsford, Charles Lethbridge
|Series||Burt Franklin bibliographical and reference series -- no. 37|
|LC Classifications||DA240 K4 1913|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 429 p. --|
|Number of Pages||429|
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This collection of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century documents is designed for students of Chaucer and Middle English literature. It makes readily available accounts of key historical events and descriptions of pertinent cultural phenomena.
Brings together in one volume fourteenth- and fifteenth-century historical and cultural texts. The Brut Chronicle, also known as the Prose Brut, is the collective name of a number of medieval chronicles of the history of England. The original Prose Brut was written in Anglo-Norman; it was subsequently translated into Latin and atheizm.com chronicle begins England's history with the mythological founding of Britain by Brutus of Troy, named "Brut" in French and English; Brutus is the.
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Over a period of time, it entered everyday life as well as creative and scholarly pursuits. The fifteenth century, in particular, saw unprecedented vitality for literary practice, and the poet-scholar Vidyapati from Mithila was one of the many.
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Vidyapati was a poet and a scholar who lived in the fifteenth century north Bihar and composed nearly a dozen texts on varied themes in three languages.
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