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1042. VON SYDOW, C. W. Mytologiens jättar. Folkminne och Folktankar, 1920, pp. 136–51.


Folkminnesforskning och filologi. Folkminne och Folk.

tankar, 1922, pp. 75-124.


Mera om folkminne och filologi. Folkminne och Folktankar, 1922, pp. 132 seq.

1045. TAYLOR, ARCHER. The Gallows of Judas Iscariot. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., Apr. 1922, IX, 135–56.


The Mandrake, a Bibliographical Note. Journ. Amer. Folklore, July 1921, XXX, 323–7.


The Three Sins of the Hermit. Modern Philology, Aug. 1922, XX, 61-94.

1048. THOMPSON, STITH. The Transmission of Folk Tales. Gayley Anniv. Papers, pp. 129–36.

1049. UDAL, JOHN SYMONDS. Dorsetshire Folk-Lore: With a Foresay by the late William Barnes. Hertford: Austin and Sons. (Issued by subscription.) 8 × 5. pp. xi, 406. Reviewed by W. Crooke in F. L., Sept. 1922, XXXIII, 323-4; in N. and Q., July 29, XI, 98; in T.L.S., June 29.

1050. WESTON, JESSIE L. From Ritual to Romance. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1920. pp. xv, 220. 12s. 6d. Reviewed by W. Fischer in Anglia Beibl., May 1922, XXXIII, 105–15.

Art, History, Law. 1051. AHLENSTIEL, CHARLOTTE. Giraldus Cambrensis. MS Diss., Rostock, 1919. Summary, Rostock, 1921–2.

1052. ANDERSON, Alan Orr. Early Sources of Scottish History, A.D. 500-1286. Collected and Translated in 2 vols. Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1922. 70s. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 21, 1922.

1053. ASHDOWN, M. The Single Combat in Certain Cycles of English and Scandinavian Tradition and Romance. Mod. Lang. Review, Apr. 1922, XVII, 113-30.

ATTENBOROUGH, F. L. The Laws of the Earliest English Kings. See under O.E. Writings.

1054. BABCOCK, WILLIAM HENRY. Legendary Islands of the Atlantic: a Study in Medieval Geography. (Amer. Geogr. Soc., Research Ser. 8.) New York: Amer. Geographical Soc., 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. [viii], 196. Maps. $3.50. Reviewed in The Boston Transcript, May 3, 1922, p. 4.

BENNETT, H. S. See above under Paston Letters.

1055. BLEICH, Ernst Otto. Die Quellen der 'Estorie des Englés.' MS Diss., Göttingen, 1920. Summary in Jahrbuch d. phil. Fak. Göttingen, 1921, Part I, 1-10.

1056. Böhm, HERTA. Kulturgeschichtliches aus dem alten Wales in Giraldus' 'Itinerarium Kambriae et Descriptio Kambriae.' MS Diss., Heidelberg, 1921. 4to. pp. 134. Summary in Jahrbuch d. phil. Fak. Heidelberg, 1920-1, Part 1.

1057. BUGGE, ALEXANDER. Nordisk Indflytelse paa engelsk Historie og Retsutvekling. Nordisk Tidskrift, Stockholm, 1922, pp. 235–48.


1058. The Cambridge Medieval History. Planned by J. B. BURY. Edited by H. M. GWATKIN, J. P. WHITNEY, J. R. TANNER and C. W. PREVITÉ-ORTON. In eight vols. Vol. III. Germany and the Western Empire. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Roy. 8vo. pp. xxxix, 700. II maps. 50s. Contents: [touching England] The Vikings, by Allen Mawer; The Foundation of the Kingdom of England, by W. J. Corbett; England from A.D. 954 to the Death of Edward the Confessor, by same; Learning and Literature till the death of Bede, by M. R. James; Learning and Literature till Pope Sylvester II, by same. CHADWICK, D. See under Piers the Plowman.

1059. GARDNER, SAMUEL. A Guide to English Gothic Architecture. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Imp. 8vo. pp. xii, 228. 180 photogr., plates, 56 figures in text. 16s. See below under E. S. Prior.

GOLDSCHMIDT, A. See under I. General, Texte u. Forsch. zur Engl. Kulturgeschichte.

1060. HEPPLE, R. B. The Monastery School of Jarrow. History, July 1922, VII, 92–102.

1061. JOCELIN OF BRAKELOND. Chronicle: a Picture of Monastic and Social Life in the 12th Century. Newly trans. and ed. by L. C. Jane. Intro. by Card. Gasquet. (Medieval Lib.) Chatto and Windus. 18mo. pp. 291. 5s.

1062. LIEBERMANN, FELIX. Altenglisches Blut am Plantagenethofe. Archiv, Aug. 1922, CXLIII, 248.

1063. CXLIII, 248. 1064.

Altenglands Kammer und Halle. Archiv, Aug. 1922,

Die angebliche Entdeckung einer brythonischen Geschichte aus Römerzeit; Galfried von Monmouth und Tysylio. Archiv, Oct. 1922, LXXVI, 31–6.


Englands Staatsverwaltung im 12.-14. Jahrhundert. Deutsche Lit. Zeitg., Apr. 1921, XLII, 193-8, 209-13.

ORÉANS, KARL. See under I. General.

1066. PALGRAVE, Sir R. H. INGLIS. The Collected Historical Works of Sir Francis Palgrave. In ten vols. (For vols. III-VII, see Bibl. 1921, 757.) Vols. vIII-X. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. 42s. each. [Vol. VIII. Truths and Fictions of the Middle Ages. pp. lii, 296. Vols. Ix and x. Reviews, Essays and Other Writings. pp. xxxiii, 618; pp. xxiv, 466.] Vols. VIII-X reviewed in T.L.S., Aug. 24, 1922.

1067. PEAKE, HAROLD. The English Village: the Origin and Decay of its Community. Benn, 1922. 8vo. pp. 251. 15s. Reviewed in N. and Q., June 24, 1922, X, 498.

1068. PLETTKE. Ursprung und Ausbreitung der Angeln und Sachsen. MS Diss., Berlin, 1922.

1069. POOLE, REGINALD L. The Beginning of the Year in the Middle Ages. Oxford: Univ. Press, 1922. 35. Reviewed in T.L.S., Jan. 5, 1922.

1070. POWER, EILEEN. Medieval English Nunneries, c. 1275–1535. (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought.) Cambridge:

Univ. Press, 1922. Demy 8vo. pp. xvi, 724. 8 plates, map. 35s. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 28, 1922.

1071. PRIOR, E. S. Eight Chapters on English Medieval Art. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Large Cr. 8vo. pp. xii, 148. 7 plates, plan. 6s. [Companion volume to S. Gardner's Guide to English Architecture, see above.]

1072. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, England. Inventory of Hist. Monuments in Essex. Vol. II. Central and S.W. H.M. Stationery Office. 40s. Reviewed in T.L.S., July 20, 1922.

1073. Vol. III. 1922.


An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex. H.M. Stationery Office. £2. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 14,

5th Interim Report. Ancient Monuments of Central

and S.W. Essex. H.M. Stationery Office. 6d.

1075. Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions (Scotland). Seventh Report. With Inventory of Monuments and Constructions in the County of Dumfries. Edinburgh: H.M. Stationery Office. 40s.

1076. SCHÜTte, Gudmund. Ptolemy's Maps of Northern Europe. Published by the Royal Danish Geographical Society. Copenhagen: H. Hagerup, 1917. Reviewed by Charles A. Williams in Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., July 1922, XXI, 547–8.

SCHWERIN, CLEMENS FREIHERR VON. See under I. General, Texte u. Forsch. zur Engl. Kulturgeschichte.

1077. STENTON, F. M. (ed. and trans.). Transcript of Charters relating to the Gilbertine Houses of Sixle, Ormsby, Catley, Bullington, and Alvingham. (Lincoln Record Soc.) W. K. Morton. 101 × 63. 225. Texte und Forschungen zur Englischen Kulturgeschichte. Festgabe für Felix Liebermann zum 20. Juli, 1921. See under I. General.

1078. THOMSON, J. MAITLAND. The Public Records of Scotland. Glasgow: MacLehose, Jackson, 1922. Reviewed in T.L.S., May 4,


1079. THORNDIKE, Lynn. The Latin Pseudo-Aristotle and Medieval Occult Science. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Apr. 1922, XXI, 229-58.

1080. TOUT, T. F. France and England. Their Relations in the Middle Ages and Now. Manchester: Univ. Press; London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1921. pp. vi, 168. 7s. 6d. Reviewed by R. L. G. Ritchie in Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 314-5; by C. G. Crump in History, Oct. 1922, VII, 211.

1081. WEIBULL, C. Om det svenska och det danska rikets uppkomst. Hist. Tidskrift för Skåneland, VII, 300-60. [Includes the Geatas of Beowulf.]

1082. WULF, MAURICE M. C. J. DE. Philosophy and Civilization in the Middle Ages. (Louis Clark Vanuxem Foundation Lectures.) Princeton, N.J.: Univ. Press, 1922. 21 cm. pp. x, 313. $3.




1085. BARNARD, FRANCIS PIERREPONT (transl.). A Fardel of Epigrams [from the French and Neo-Latin epigrammatists]. Milford. 61× 4. pp. 114. 3s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 14, 1922.

1086. BASKERVILL, C. R. Queen Elizabeth in a Game of 'Truth.' Mod. Lang. Review, Jan. 1922, XVII, 72–3.

1087. BERDAN, JOHN M. Early Tudor Poetry. (Bibl. 1920, X, 13; 1921, 795.) New York: Macmillan, 1920. Reviewed by Hardin Craig in Philol. Quarterly, Jan. 1922, 1, 79–80; by Wilbur L. Cross in Yale Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., XI, 420–2.

1088. BROWN, HORATIO F. British Students at Padua. Quart. Review, July 1922, CCXXXVII, 117–29.

CRAIG, H. See No. 768.

1089. DEL COURT, W. Signatures of British Officers who served in the Netherlands in the 16th and 17th centuries. N. and Q., Apr. 8, 1922, X, 270.

EICHLER, ALBERT. See under General Literature.

1090. EINSTEIN, LEWIS. Tudor Ideals. (Bibl. 1921, 779.) New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1921. Reviewed by John M. Berdan in Lit. Review, Jan. 21, 1922, pp. 365–6; by Wilbur L. Cross in Yale Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., XI, 420; by Robert H. Murray in Engl. Hist. Review, Apr. 1922, XXXVII, 281–2; by J. H. Pollen, S.J., in History, Apr. 1922, n.s., VII, 54-5; in The Nation-Athen., July 1, 1922, XXXI, 475-6.

1091. ERNLE, Lord. Tudor Novels and Romances. Nineteenth Century, Oct. 1922, XCII, 566–75, and Nov. 1922, XCII, 748-59.

FELLOWES, EDMUND HORACE (ed.). See Anthologies and No. 505. 1092. GRAVES, THORNTON SHIRLEY. Recent Literature of the English Renaissance. Studies in Philology, July 1922, XIX, 249–


1093. Some References to Elizabethan Theatres. Studies in Philology, July 1922, XIX, 317–27.

1094. GREW, SYDNEY. The Revival of Elizabethan Music. Contemp. Review, Aug. 1922, CXXII, 219–27.

1095. GROSSMANN, RUDOLF. Spanien und das elisabethanische Drama. (Bibl. 1920, x, 657.) Reviewed by Wolfgang Wurzbach in Z. f. Romanische Philol., 1922, XLII, 252-4; by M. F. W. in Lit. Zentralbl., Oct. 1921, LXXII, 764; by L. Pfandl in Archiv, Apr. 1922, CXLIII, 159–61; by W. F. Schirmer in Die Neueren Sprachen, Mar.May 1922, Xxx, 186–7; by E. Eckhardt in Engl. Stud., Oct. 1922, LVI, 425-6.

1096. HILLEBRAND, HAROLD NEWCOMB. The Children of the

King's Revels at Whitefriars. Journ. Engl. and Germ. Philol., Apr. 1922, XXI, 318–34.

INGERSLEBEN, IRMGARD VON. Das Elisabethanische Ideal der Ehefrau bei Overbury (1613). See under Seventeenth Century: Sir Thomas Overbury.

1097. JENKINSON, HILARY. Elizabethan Handwritings. The Library, June 1922, 4th Ser., III, no. 1, pp. 1–34, and 12 plates.

K. M. P. A Grand Inquisitor and his Library. See under Bibliography.

1098. LAWRENCE, W. J. Welsh Song in Elizabethan Drama. T.L.S., Dec. 7, 1922.


Welsh Portraiture in Elizabethan Drama. T.L.S., Nov. 9, 1922; cf. A. H. Cruickshank, Corr., Nov. 16.

1100. LAZARILLO DE TORMES. La Vide de Lazarillo de Tormes. Ed. H. J. Chaytor. (Manchester Univ. Mod. Lang. Series.) Longmans. Cr. 8vo. pp. 65. 4s. 6d. and 3s. 6d.

IIOI. LETTS, MALCOLM. Three Foreigners in London, 1584-1619. II. Lupold von Wedel. Cornhill, Sep. 1922, no. 315, n.s., pp. 316-28.

1102. LUCAS, F. L. Seneca and Elizabethan Tragedy. Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Cr. 8vo. 81 × 51. pp. viii, 136. 7s. 6d. Reviewed by Vernon Rendall in Mercury, Nov. 1922, VII, 103–4; in Classical Review, Nov.-Dec. 1922, XXXVI, 180-1 by Percy Simpson [important]; in N. and Q., Mar. 25, x, 239; in The New Statesman, Apr. 29, 1922, XIX, 100; in The Spectator, June 17, 1922, CXXVIII, 755.

1103. LÜDEKE, HENRY. Ludwig Tieck und das alte englische Theater. Ein Beitr. z. Gesch. der Romantik. Deutsche Forschungen, vi. Frankfurt: Diesterweg, 1922. 8vo. pp. viii, 373.

1104. MATHESIUS, VILHELM. Renesanse v Čechách a v Anglii. (The Renaissance in Bohemia and England.) Nové Čechy, v, 22–3,


MAVOR, DOROTHEA (ed.). Elizabethan Lyrics. See under Anthologies. 1105. P. H. The Marlowe Dramatic Society. Engl. Review, Oct. 1922, XXXV, 342-8.

1106. PARKS, GEORGE BRUNER. Hakluyt's Mission in France, 1583-1588. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., Apr. 1922, IX, 165-84.

1107. REED, ARTHUR W. The Beginnings of the English Secular and Romantic Drama. (Shakespeare Assoc.) Milford. Roy. 8vo. PP. 31. 25. Reviewed shortly in T.L.S. (Drama), Sep. 7. See No. 685.

1108. RHODES, R. CROMPTON. A Note on Old Signs. T.L.S., Corr., May 18.

ROLLINS, HYDER E. (ed.). A Pepysian Garland. See under Seventeenth Century: General.

1109. ROLOFF, HANS. Zu Fords Neudruck von Brights Stenographiesystem 'Characterie,' 1588. Archiv, April 1922, CXLIII, 47–51.

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