Two Early Renaissance Bird Poems: The Harmony of Birds, The Parliament of Birds
This volume presents annotated texts of two poems that have not appeared in a previous critical edition. They are specimens of noncourtly minor poetry; the bird convention which links them is formulaic rather than experimental, their mode is predictable, their outlook decidedly conventional. A publication of the Renaissance English Text Society.
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The Harmony of Birds
The Parliament of Birds
Index of Bird Names
Appendix A TE DEUM LATIN TEXT
TE DRUM ENGLISH TEXT
The Renaissance English Text Society
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