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Psalter. 37. RAMSAY, ROBERT LEE. The Latin Text of the Paris Psalter: a Collation and Some Conclusions. In Am. Jour. Philology, April-June 1920, XLI, 147–76.

38. WILDHAGEN, KARL. Das Psalterium Gallicanum in England und seine altenglischen Glossierungen. Engl. Stud. 54, 35–46.

Riddles. 39. PATCH, HOWARD R. Anglo-Saxon Riddle 56. Modern Language Notes, xxxv, 3, March 1920, pp. 181–182.

Saints' Lives. 40. RYPINS, STANLEY I. The Old English Life of St Christopher. Modern Language Notes, xxxv, 3, March 1920, pp. 186-187.

Textual. 41. HOLTHAUSEN, F. Zum ae. Salomo und Saturn. Zur ae. Metrischen Psalmenübersetzung. Anglia, Beibl. 31, 190–198. Zu altenglischen Dichtungen. Anglia, Beibl. 31, 25–32. Zu den altenglischen Zaubersprüchen und Segen. Anglia, Beibl. 31, 116–120.

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3. DEANESLY, MARGARET. Vernacular Books in England in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Modern Language Review, Oct. 1920.

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5. HILKA, ALFONS. Zur Katharinen-legende: Die Quelle der Jugendgeschichte Katharinas. Archiv 140, 3 and 4 (1920).

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22. BLAU, E. Zu Chaucer's 'Tale of Sir Topas' ('payndemayn'). Anglia, Beibl. 31, 237.

23. BRINK, B. TEN. Chaucer's Sprache und Verskunst. See VI, 5. 24. BROWN, C. Mulier est hominis confusio (Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale). Mod. Lang. Notes, 35, 8, Dec. 1920.

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26. DODD, William GeorgE. Courtly Love in Chaucer and Gower. Harvard University Press. $2.50.

27. FARNHAM, Willard EdwaRD. The Contending Lovers. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, xxxv, 247-323, September 1920. Comparative study of a folk-lore theme, particularly in its oriental sources, though bearing specially on Chaucer's Parlement of Foules.

28. GRIM, FLORENCE M. Astronomical Lore in Chaucer. Lincoln, Neb. 1919. 8vo. pp. 96. University of Nebraska Studies in Language, Literature and Criticism 2. Reviewed by John S. P. Tatlock in Journal of Eng. and Germanic Philol., Jan. 1920, XIX, 129–30; by H. R. P. in Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1920, XXXV, 128.

29. HOLTHAUSEN, F. Zu Chaucers 'Hous of fame.' Anglia, Beibl. 31, 137.

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31. KOCH, JOHN. Der Handschriftenverhältnis in Chaucers 'Legend of Good Women,' II. Anglia, 44, 23-72.

32. LANGE, HUGO. Die Legendenprologfrage. Zur Steuer der Wahrheit. Anglia, 44, 72-78. (Cf. V. Langhans, Anglia, Beibl. 31,

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33. LANGHANS, VICTOR. Chaucers Anelida and Arcite. Anglia, 44, 226-245. Id. Hugo Langes Artikel in Anglia (N.F. 32), 213. Anglia, 44 (N.F. 32), 337–345.

34. PATTERSON, R. F. Chaucer: Nonne Prest, His Tale. Ed. with Introduction and Notes. 18mo. Blackie. 2s.

35. RICKERT, EDITH. A New Interpretation of The Parlement of Foules. In Modern Philology, May 1920, XVIII, I−29.

36. SHANNON, EDGAR FINLEY. Chaucer's Metamorphoseos. Modern Language Notes, xxxv, 5, May 1920, pp. 288–291.

37. STANFORD, MABEL A. The Sumner's Tale and St Patrick's Purgatory. In Jour. Eng. and Germ. Philology, July 1920, XIX, 377-81.

38. TATLOCK, JOHN S. P. Dante and Guinizelli in Chaucer's Troilus. Modern Language Notes, xxxv, 7, November 1920, p. 443. Coventry Plays. 39. PATCH, HOWARD R. The Ludus Coventriae and the Digby Massacre. In Publications of the Modern Lang. Assn. of America, Sept. 1920, XXXV, 324-343.

Horn. 40. FUNKE, O. Zum Verkleidungsmotiv im King Horn. Anglia, Beibl. 31, 224.

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45. SINGER, CHAS. Early English Magic and Medicine. For The British Academy. 8vo. Oxford Univ. Press. 4s.

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61. ROBB, T. D. Thre Prestis of Peblis. How thai told thar talis. Scottish Text Society. 1920.

62. SCHOFIELD, W. H. Mythical Bards and the Life of Wm Wallace. 8vo. Oxford Univ. Press. I2s. 6d.

63. SCHULTZ, JOHN RICHIE. Alexander Barclay and the Later Eclogue Writers. Modern Language Notes, xxxv, 1, January 1920, PP. 52-54.

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