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901. KOCK, ERNST A. Interpretations and Emendations of Early English Texts, x. Anglia, Apr. 1922, XLVI, 173-90. [Beow. 2032-7, 2044-5, 2069-70, 2105-6, 2187-8, 2209-10, 2212, 2455-7, 2457-9, 2256 ff., 2482-5, 2570-5, 2764–6, 2857, 3084, 2255, 2353–4, 2709–11; Ruin 3-4; An. 914; Dan. 35, 58, 66; El. 1240; Ex. 487, 523; Rä. 20; Gen. 1601; Gn. Co. 42; Gn. Ex. 46, 65, 67, 165.]


Plain Points and Puzzles. Sixty Notes on Old English Poetry. Lunds Universitets Årsskrift. N. F. Avd. 1, vol. 17, no. 7, 1922. pp. 26. Reviewed by H. M. Flasdieck in Anglia Beibl., Nov. 1922, XXXIII, 223.

Widsith. Cook, Albert STANBURROUGH. See above under Beowulf. 903. GRIENBErger, Theodor. Widsíð. Anglia, Oct. 1922, XLVI, 347-82.

LARSEN, HENNING. Wudga: a Study in the Theoderic Legends. See under Legend.

SIEVERS, EDUARD. See under I. General, Texte u. Forsch. zur Engl. Kulturgeschichte.



Anthologies and Readers. 904. MACLEAN, GEORGE EDWIN. An Old and Middle English Reader on the Basis of Professor Julius Zupitza's Alt- und me. Übungsbuch, with Notes and Glossary. New York: Macmillan, 1921. 19.5 cm. pp. lxxiv, 295. Revised edition of a book first published in 1893.

905. SISAM, KENNETH (ed.). Fourteenth Century Verse and Prose. 1921. (Bibl. 1921, 643.) Reviewed in T.L.S., Oct. 5, 1922; by Ferd. Holthausen in Anglia Beibl., Apr. 1922, XXXIII, 88–90. See also below Tolkien, J. R. R.

Miscellaneous. ALBERT, HERMANN. See under Dialects.

906. ANDREWS, HERBERT C. An Illustration of the Bestiary? N. and Q., May 27, 1922, X, 413.

907. BUTTERWORTH, A. R. A Norman-French Dictionary. T.L.S., Corr., Apr. 13, 1922; cf. Corr., Apr. 27, May 4, June 1.

908. CHAMBERS, E. K. and SIDGWICK, E. Early English Lyrics: 1921. (Bibl. 1921, 630.) Reviewed in T.L.S., Oct. 5, 1922.

909. CHASE, WAYLAND JOHNSON. The Distichs of Cato: A Famous Medieval Textbook, Translated from Latin, with Introductory and Sketch. Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin. 9 × 61. PP. 43. 50 cents. Reviewed shortly in T.L.S. (Literary), Aug. 10.

910. DE VOCHT, H. Excerpts from the Register of Louvain University from 1485-1527. [Names of English students, etc.] Engl. Hist. Review, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, 89–105.

DUBISLAV, GEORG. See under Syntax.

911. E. L. An English Poetical Fragment. Bodleian Quarterly Record, 2nd Quarter, 1922, III, 220.

ENTWISTLE, W. J. See No. 579.

912. FAIRFAX BLAKEBOROUGH, J. Fountains Abbey Parchments (version of Lord's Prayer, etc., 1339). N. and Q., Feb. 18, 1922, X,


FUNKE, OTTO. See under Syntax.

913. GASQUET, CARDINAL. Monastic Life in the Middle Ages. Bell. 8s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., July 6.

914. GOLDING, LOUIS. The Scottish Chaucerians. Sat. Review, Nov. 25, 1922, cxxxiv, 782-3.

HARTJE, THEODOR. See under Syntax.

915. HASKINS, CHARLES H. 'King Harold's Books.' Engl. Hist. Review, July 1922, XXXVII, 398–400.

916. HEARNSHAW, F. J. C. (ed.). Medieval Contributions to Modern Civilisation. 1921. (Bibl. 1921, 633.) Reviewed by F. M. P. in Engl. Hist. Review, July 1922, XXXVII, 461–2.

917. JAMES, M. R. Twelve Medieval Ghost-Stories. [Royal MS. 15. A. xx. Brit. Mus.: "redolent of Denmark." Latin text given.]

LATHROP, H. B. The First English Printers and their Patrons. See under Bibliography.

918. LEACH, HENRY GODDARD. Angevin Britain and Scandinavia. (Harvard Studies in Comparative Lit.) Harvard Univ. Press and Milford. 8 × 52. pp. xi, 432. 15s. Reviewed by Francis Burrows in Mercury, Apr. 1922, v, 663; by Chester Nathan Gould in Modern Philology, May 1922, XIX, 422-4.

919. LINDSAY, W. M. and THOMSON, H. J. Ancient Lore in Medieval Latin Glossaries. (St Andrew's Univ. publications.) Milford, 1922. 8vo. pp. 185. 5s.

920. LOOMIS, Roger Sherman. Tristram and the House of Anjou. Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 24–30.

MARQUARDT, PAUL. See under Syntax.

921. NIEMEYER, N. and WRAGGE, P. The Piers Plowman Social and Economic Histories. Bk IV: 1485 to 1600. Philip, 1922. Cr. 8vo. PP. 251. 3s.

NISSEN. See under Syntax.

922. PLOMER, H. R. Richard Pynson, Glover and Printer. The Library, June 1922, 4th Ser., Vol. III, 49–51.

923. ROBINSON, J. ARMITAGE, Dean of Wells. Somerset Historical Essays. Published for the British Academy. Milford, 1922. 10s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., May 18, 1922.

ROLOFF, HANS. See under Syntax.

SERJEANTSON, MARY S. See under Phonology.

924. SHELLY, PERCY VAN DYKE. English and French in England 1066-1100. Philadelphia, 1921. pp. 97. Reviewed shortly in T.L.S. (History), Sept. 14. [1. Evidence on the use of English, French and Latin; 2. Relations between the nations.]

925. TOLKIEN, J. R. R. A Middle English Vocabulary. Milford, 1922. Cr. 8vo. 7 × 41. pp. 168. 4s. 6d. [Designed for use with K. Sisam's Fourteenth Century Verse and Prose. (Bibl. 1921, 643.).]

926. TOUT, T. F. The Study of Medieval Chronicles. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Manchester, Jan. 1922, VI, 414-34.

927. WELLS, JOHN EDWIN. A Manual of the Writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale Univ. Press; Oxford: Univ. Press, Milford, 1916. pp. xv, 941. Reviewed by H. M. Flasdieck in Anglia Beibl., Dec. 1922, XXXIII, 225-30; by L. L. Schücking in Engl. Stud., Jan. 1922, LVI, 90–2.

WILSON, J. M. Worcester Cathedral Library. See Bibliography. ZUPITZA, JULIUS and SCHIPPER, JAKOB. See under Anthologies.


Ancrene Riwle. 928. ALLEN, HOPE EMILY. Another Latin MS. of the 'Ancren Riwle.' Mod. Lang. Review, Oct. 1922, XVII, 403.

929. COULTON, G. G. The Authorship of 'Ancren Riwle.' Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 66–9.

Arderne, John (Surgeon of Newark). 930. De arte phisicali et de cirurgia (1412). Translation by Sir D'Arcy Power, from a transcript made by Eric Miller. Bale and Danielsson. Roy. 8vo. pp. xii, 60. IOS. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., July 27.

Arthurian Legends. 931. BERKELEY, MARY A. Glastonbury and The Grail. F. L., Mar. 1922, XXXIII, 116–8.

932. DEISTER, JOHN L. Bernart de Ventadour's Reference to the Tristan Story. Modern Philology, Feb. 1922, XIX, 287–96.

FINSTERBUSCH, FR. See under Metre.

933. PARRY, JOHN J. Modern Welsh Versions of the Arthurian Stories. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Oct. 1922, XXI, 572-600. Ballads. 934. Balladen aus alter Zeit. Aus dem Altenglischen und Altschottischen übertragen von HEDWIG LÜDEKE. Mit einem Geleitwort von ALOIS BRANDL. Berlin: Grote, 1922. 8vo. pp. xxxiv, 346. Reviewed by R. Imelmann in Deutsche Lit. Zeitg., Jan. 1922, XXXXIII, 63-5; by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 226. 935. BOECKH. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Earl BrandBallade. MS Diss., Marburg, 1920.

936. Bowes, Arthur. “A Robin Hood Wind." N. and Q., May 13, 1922, x, 378; cf. Wm Self-Weeks, May 27, pp. 411-12.

HEUSLER, A. See No. 629.

937. JAHN, JOHANNA. Die Mittelenglische Spielmannsballade von Simon Fraser. (Bonner Stud. z. Engl. Phil. XIII.) (Bibl. 1921, 658.) Reviewed by W. Fischer in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1922, XXXIII, 32–4; by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 141; by J. H. Schutt, Museum, Oct. 1922, XXX, 21–2.

938. MCCUTCHEON, ROGER P. Two Eighteenth-Century Emendations to Chevy Chase. Mod. Lang. Notes, Nov. 1922, XXXVII, 436–7. POUND, L. See No. 643.

Carols. 939. PHILLIPS, WILLIAM J. Carols: Their Origin, Music, and Connection with the Mystery Plays. New York: Dutton, 1921. 22 x 17 cm. pp. xv, 134. Illus. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Mar. 25, 1922, p. 536.

Charters. 940. A Descriptive Catalogue of Land Charters and other Documents forming the Brooke-Taylor Collection, relating to the outlying districts of Sheffield. With 16 Genealogies and an article on Hawksyard. Compiled by T. WALTER HALL. Sheffield: J. W. Northend, 1922. 10 × 7. pp. vii, 28.

MORSBACH, LORENZ. See under I. General, Texte u. Forsch. zur Engl. Kulturgeschichte.

Chaucer, Geoffrey. 941. AMY, ERNEST F. The Manuscripts of The Legend of Good Women. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Jan. 1922, XXI, 107-18.

942. BAUM, PAULL FRANKLIN. The Mare and the Wolf. Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 350–3.

943. BESCHORNER, FRANZ. Verbale Reime bei Chaucer. (Bibl.. 1920, VI, 3.) Reviewed by W. Preusler in Lit. Zentralbl., May 1921, LXXII, 396-7; by John Koch in Literaturblatt, Mar.-Apr. 1922, XLIII, 102-5.

944. BORNAND. The Subjunctive in Chaucer. Thesis for Diplôme d'Études Supérieures, Univ. of Paris (Sorbonne), June 1922.

945. BREGY, KATHERINE. The Inclusiveness of Chaucer. Catholic World, June 1922, CXV, 304-13.


946. COULTON, G. G. Chaucer and His England. (Bibl. 1921, 664.) London: Methuen. Reviewed by Henry B. Fuller in The Freeman, Oct. 4, 1922, VI, 93−4.

947. CUMMINGS, HUBERTIS. Chaucer's Prologue, 1-7. Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1922, XXXVII, 86-90.

948. CURRY, Walter Clyde. The Malady of Chaucer's Summoner. Modern Philology, May 1922, XIX, 395–404.


More about Chaucer's Wife of Bath. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Mar. 1922, XXXVII, 30-51.

950. EMERSON, OLIVER FARRAR. Chaucer and Medieval Hunting. Romanic Review, Apr.-June 1922, XIII, 115–50.

GROSS, ERNA VON. See under Inflection and Word-Formation. 951. HART, WALTER MORRIS. Some Old French Miracles of Our Lady and Chaucer's Prioresses Tale. Gayley Anniv. Papers, pp. 29-53. 952. HIBBARD, LAURA A. Chaucer's "Shapen was my sherte.' Philol. Quarterly, July 1922, 1, 222–5.

953. HILLYER, ROBERT. For Maister Geoffrey Chaucer [Poem]. The Outlook, July 19, 1922, CXXXI, 491.

954. HOLTHAUSEN, FERDINAND. Zu Chaucers 'Reeves Tale. Anglia Beibl., Apr. 1922, XXXIII, 103–4.

JUHL, HUGO. See under Syntax.

955. KALUZA, MAX. Chaucerhandbuch. Ausgewählte Texte mit Einleit., einem Abriss v. Chaucers Versbau und Sprache und einem Wörterverzeichnis. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1919. pp. 247. Reviewed by F. Karpf in Die Neueren Sprachen, Jan.-Feb. 1922, xxx, 86–8.

956. KING, GEORGIANA GODDARD. The Way of Saint James. (Peninsular Series, 1.) New York and London, 1920. 17 cm. 3 vols.

Under the auspices of the Hispanic Society of New York. Reviewed by George T. Northup in Modern Philology, Aug. 1922, XX, 109–10. 957. KNOTT, Thomas AlberT. Chaucer's Anonymous Merchant. The Philological Quarterly, Jan. 1922, 1, 1–16.

958. KOCH, JOHN. Chaucers Boethiusübersetzung. Ein Beitrag zur Bestimmung der Chronologie seiner Werke. Anglia, Jan. 1922, XLVI, I-51.


Ein neues Datum für Chaucers 'Quene Anelida and fals Arcite.' Engl. Stud., Jan. 1922, LVI, 28–35.

960. LANGHANS, VICTOR. Zur F-Fassung von Chaucers Legendenprolog. Engl. Stud., Jan. 1922, LVI, 36–58.

961. LAW, ROBERT ADGER. "In Principio." Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, June 1922, XXXVII, 208-15. Reference to the Friar in the Canterbury Tales, Prologue.

962. LEGOUIS, EMILE. Geoffroy Chaucer. Renaissance du Livre, . Paris, 1922. II x 17 cm. pp. 180. 4 fr. [Introd. and extracts, translated.]

ORD, HUBERT. See under Shakespeare, W.

963. SMITH, CHARLES ALPHONSO. "Under the sonne he loketh." Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1922, XXXVII, 120–21.

SPURGEON, CAROLINE F. E. Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism and Allusion (1357-1900). See under Lit. General: Chaucer Soc. 964. STARNES, DE WITT TALMADGE. Our Lady of Walsingham. Texas Review, July 1922, VII, 306–27.

965. TUPPER, FREDERICK. Chaucer's Lady of the Daisies. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Apr. 1922, XXI, 293-317.

966. VOGT, GEORGE MCGILL. The Wife of Bath's Tale, Women Pleased, and La Fée Urgele: A Study in the Transformation of FolkLore Themes in Drama. Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 339-42.

967. WINSTANLEY, LILIAN (ed.). The Prioress's Tale: The Tale of Sir Thopas. Cambridge: Univ. Press. 18mo. pp. lxxxvi, 32. 3s. 6d. Chronicle (Peterborough). ROTHSTEIN, EWALD. See under Syntax. Cleanness. 968. GOLLANCZ, Sir ISRAEL (ed.). Cleanness. (Bibl. 1921, 687.) Reviewed by Robert J. Menner in Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 355-62.

969. THOMAS, P. G. Notes on 'Cleanness.' Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 64–6.

Death and Life. 970. BLAU. 'Death and Life.' MS Diss., Kiel, 1922. Summary.

Drama. BLOCK, K. S. Ludus Coventriæ. See No. 406.
MEIER, HERMANN. See under Metre.

971. MOORE, JOHN ROBERT. Ancestors of Autolycus in the English Moralities and Interludes. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., April 1922, IX, 157–64.

972. WITTY, J. R. The Beverley Plays. Trans. of the Yorks. Dialect Soc., 1922, IV, 18-42.

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