4 edition of The Prose Alexander of Robert Thornton found in the catalog.
The Prose Alexander of Robert Thornton
by Peter Lang Pub Inc
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert Thornton (Editor), Julie Chappell (Editor, Translator), Lincoln Cathedral Library (Corporate Author)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
The concept Alexander, the Great, B.C B.C. -- Romances represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Brigham Young University. Full text of "Religious pieces in prose and verse. Edited from Robert Thornton's MS., Cir. , in the Lincoln Cathedral Library. [3d ed.] Re-collated with the MS., enl. and rev. " See other formats.
The Lincoln Thornton is the earlier and larger of the two codices, probably compiled between and Like the London Thornton it is written on paper in black with some rubrication. There are occasional drolleries and illustrated initials, mostly in the opening two texts, the Prose Alexander and the Alliterative Morte Arthure. For a. The Yorkshire landowner Robert Thornton (c c) copied the contents of two important manuscripts, Lincoln Cathedral, MS 91 (the "Lincoln manuscript"), and London, British Library, MS Additional (the "London manuscript") in the middle decades of the fifteenth century.
Full text of "The Prose life of Alexander: from the Thornton ms." See other formats. It appears that he originally planned to place Morte Arthure first in the manuscript, but later gaining access to the prose Alexander, he positioned it before the already completed Morte. See John J. Thompson, Robert Thornton and the London Thornton Manuscript (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, ), pp. 61B62; Ralph Hanna III, "The Growth of Robert.
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"The unique Middle English prose life of Alexander the Great (the prose Alexander) is the first item in Lincoln Cathedral Library MS.
91 (Lincoln Thornton)"--Page . Description: x, pages ; 24 cm. The unique Middle English prose life of Alexander the Great (the prose Alexander) is the first item in Lincoln Cathedral Library MS.
91 (Lincoln Thornton), a miscellany of Cited by: 1. Jun 30, · The Prose Life Of Alexander by Robert Thornton,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Robert Thornton is the author of Lethal Paradise ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 2 reviews), The Prose Alexander Of Robert Thornton ( avg rating, 1 rati /5.
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Chappell's edition of Robert Thornton's prose Alexander regenerates the scribal artifact with little emendation, modernization, or other imposition on the manuscript text.
At the same time, this edition offers an interpretation in. Julie Chappell's dissertation, upon which her edition was based. The full text is freely downloadable at U. Washington's DSpace repository The prose Alexander of Robert Thornton: the Middle English text with a modern English translation; A future crowdsourced e-text version of Wakefield's edition which I will be hosting.
“The young student sits with his head bent over his books, and his mind straying in youth's dreamland; where prose is prowling on the desk and poetry hiding in the heart.” ― Rabindranath Tagore, Lover's Gift. The Lincoln Thornton Manuscript is a medieval manuscript compiled and copied by the fifteenth-century English scribe and landowner Robert Thornton, MS 91 in the library of Lincoln charlesrosier.com manuscript is notable for containing single versions of important poems such as the Alliterative Morte Arthure and Sir Perceval of Galles, and gives evidence of the variegated literary culture of.
Nov 05, · The most conclusive evidence tying these manuscripts to Robert Thornton of East Newton is found on fol. 49 v of the Lincoln manuscript, a leaf between the Prose Alexander and the Alliterative Morte Arthure that Thornton left blank and on which someone has written: 'Isto die natus ffuit Sancta Maria ante domini nostri Ihesu Christi Robertus.
Reading Robert Thornton’s Library: Romance and Nationalism in Lincoln, Cathedral Chapter 2 demonstrates that Lincoln Cathedral Library MS 91 is a book meant to be used in the maintenance of social, spiritual, and physical health, written to be a Exemplarity in the Prose Alexander and the Morte Arthure 62 – Exemplarity in the.
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The art of a medieval translator: The Thornton Prose Life of Alexander. Thompson, J. (), Robert Thornton and the London Thornton Manuscript, British Library MS Additional Cambridge. Manuscript Studies 2. Turville-Petre T.
(), ‘Editing The Wars of Alexander’.Cited by: 1. Jan 12, · The Collected Prose of Robert Frost. edited by Mark Richardson. pp, Harvard, £ This book contains a lot of interesting and important insights into.
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His first historical novel of revolutionary Russia, The Kitchen Boy, was a New York Times bestseller, and is being produced for film. Alexander speaks frequently to book clubs and can often be heard on the radio.
Born and raised in Chicago, Alexander currently makes his home in Minneapolis. Robert Alexander grew up in Massachusetts. He attended the University of Wisconsin, and for several years taught in the Madison public schools.
After receiving his Ph.D. in English from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, he worked for many years as a freelance editor. Jul 02, · Robert Thornton is known chiefly through the two manuscripts he copied in Yorkshire in the second half of the fifteenth century, Lincoln Cathedral MS 91 and British Library MS Additional The contents of both manuscripts are largely in Middle English verse and prose and include a number of important texts, some of which are unique, including (in Lincoln): a prose Life of Alexander, the.The Prose Alexander of Robert Thornton: the Middle English Text with a Modern English Translation.
The Buik of Alexander. [Attributed mistakenly by Spanish, English, and Scandinavian texts). The main section of the book focuses on Alexander's presence in Medieval Italian literature, and he finishes with a brief description of Alexander.Whether you are in a book club,or just interested in learning more about The Kitchen Boy, the Reader’s Guide is for you.
It includes an interview with the author, Robert Alexander, and a list of questions designed to spark your discussions. Download the Reader’s Guide here.