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635. PRESTIFILIPPO, TRIGONA. Chaucer imitatore del Boccaccio. Catania: Studio edit. mod., 1923. I v. 8vo. pp. 161.

636. REID, MARY ESSON. The Historical Interpretations of The Parlement of Foules. In Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in Lang, and Lit., 1923, XVIII, 60–70.

637. ROOT, Robert Kilburn and H.Norris Russell. A Planetary Date for Chaucer's 'Troilus.' P.M.L.A.Am., Mar. 1924, XXXIX, 48–63. 638. RYE, WALTER. John of Gaunt and Katherine Swinford. T.L.S., Corr., Apr. 17, 1924.

639. SCHIRMER, W. F. Boccaccios Werke als Quelle G. Chaucers. G.-R. Mon., Sept.-Oct. 1924, XII, 288–305.

640. SISAM, KENNETH (ed.). Chaucer. The Clerkes Tale of Oxenford. (Bibl. 1923, 906.) Rev. by F. Wild in Anglia Beibl., Mar. 1924, XXXV, 70-1; by E. Kruisinga in E. Studies, Feb. 1924, VI, 35–6.

640 a. TATLOCK, J.S.P. See 60.

641. WELLS, WHITNEY HASTINGS. Chaucer as a Literary Critic. M.L.N., May 1924, XXXIX, 255-68.

Cleanness. 642. BATESON, HARTLEY. Three Notes on the MiddleEnglish 'Cleanness.' M.L.R., Jan. 1925, XIX, 95–101.

Cloud of Unknowing, The. 643. The Cloud of Unknowing, and other treatises. By an English mystic of the fourteenth century. Ed. Dom Justin McCann. Burns, Oates, 1924. 8vo. pp. lii, 406. 5s.

Court of Sapience, The. 644. SPINDLER, R. The Court of Sapience. Spätmittelengl. allegorisch-didaktisches Visionsgedicht. Krit. Text, mit Einl. und Glossar. MS. Diss. München.

Drama. 645. ALLISON, TEMPLE E. The Paternoster Play and the Origin of the Vices. P. M. L. A. Am., Dec. 1924, XXXIX, 789–804. 646. BLOCK, K. S. (ed.). Ludus Coventriæ. (Bibl. 1922, 406; 1923, 920.) Rev. by F. Holthausen in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1924, XXXV, 37-40; cf. same, ib., Mar. 1924, pp. 95-6, on Das Märchen vom Schneekind.

647. DEARMER, GEOFFREY. Miracle Plays. Sat. Rev., Jan. 5, 1924, CXXXVII, 8-9.

648. Dustoor, P. E. The Origin of the Play of 'Moses and the Tables of the Law.' M.L.R., Oct. 1924, XIX, 459–62.

649. HOLTHAUSEN, FERDINAND. Studien zu den Towneley Plays. E. St., 1924, LVIII, 161–78.

SMITH, G. C. MOORE. See 71.

Guy of Warwick. 650. SCHLEICH, G. Guy of Warwick. (Bibl. 1923, 928.) Rev. by G. H. Cowling in M.L.R., Apr. 1924, XIX, 222−3. Havelok. 651. KERN, J. H. De taalvormen van't middel-engelse gedicht Havelok. Amsterdam, 1923. Mededeelingen d. kon. akad. van wetensch. LV, serie A, no. 2. 8vo. pp. 35. Rev. by F. Holthausen in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1924, XXXV, 35.

Hoccleve, Thomas. 652. KURTZ, BENJAMIN P. The Prose of Occleve's Lerne to Dye. M.L.N., Jan. 1924, xxxix, 56–7.

How a Lover Praiseth his Lady. 653. HAMMOND, ELEANOR PRES

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John of Salisbury. 654. The Early Correspondence of John of Salisbury. By REGINALD L. POOLE. London: Milford, for the British Academy. 9 × 61. pp. 27. Is. 6d. Rev. in N.Q., May 10, 1924, CXLVI, 351-2.

King Horn. 655. KRAPPE, Alexander HAGGERTY. The Legends of Amicus and Amelius and of King Horn. Leuvensche Bijdragen, XVI, 14-17.

Lazamon. 656. HALL, JOSEPH (ed.). Lazamon's Brut. Selections, with Introduction, Notes and Glossary. Oxford: Clar. Press; London: Milford, 1924. 7 × 54. PP. xx, 150. 6s. 6d.

Lydgate, John. 657. Lydgate's Fall of Princes. Ed. by Henry BERGEN. (The Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication no. 262; also in E.E.T.S. Extra Ser. 131-3.) London: Milford, 1924. 9 × 5. pp. lxv, 1044. 15s.; $6.50. Rev. in T.L.S., Sept. 25, 1924; in N.Q., Aug. 9, 1924, CXLVII, 109–10.

Mandeville, Sir John. 658. KAYE, F. B. The Mandeville Canon: A Supplement. N.Q., May 3, 1924, CXLVI, 317-20.

Map, Walter. 659. Master Walter Map's Book 'De Nugis Curialium' (Courtiers' Trifles). Englished by FREDERICK TUPPER and MARBURY BLADEN OGLE. New York: Macmillan; London: Chatto and Windus, 1924. 101 × 7. pp. xxx, 363. $6; 21s. Rev. in NationAthen., Apr. 5, 1924, XXXV, 1, 22–3; by Richard Le Gallienne in Internat. Book Rev., Aug. 1924, II, 657-9.

Paris, Matthew. 660. Illustrations to the Life of St Alban in Trinity College, Dublin. MS. E. i. 40. Reproduced in collotype facsimile by W. R. L. Lowe and E. F. JACOB. With a description of the illustrations by M. R. James. Oxford: Clar. Press; London: Milford, 1924. 10 × 71. PP. 39. 54 plates. 42s. Rev. in T.L.S., June 19, 1924.

Paston Letters. 661. The Paston Letters. Ed. by JOHN FENN, and re-ed. by MRS ARCHER-HIND. 2 vols. Dent, 1924. 7 × 41. pp. 277, 280. 2s. each.

Pearl. 662. Pearl, Cleanness, Patience and Sir Gawaine. Reproduced in Facsimile. (Bibl. 1923, 955.) Rev. by W. W. Greg in M.L.R., Apr. 1924, XIX, 223-8.

Pecock, Reginald. 663. HITCHCOCK, ELSIE VAUGHAN (ed.). The Folewer to the Donet. Now first edited from Brit. Mus. MS. 17. D. ix. With an Introduction on Pecock's language and style. Milford, 1924. For the E.E.T.S. 8 × 51. pp. lxxx, 263. 30s. Rev. in N.Q., July 5, 1924, CXLVII, 17.

Piers the Plowman. CHAMBERS, R. W. Long Will, Dante and the Righteous Heathen. See 63.

Rolle, Richard, of Hampole. 664. HUBBARD, H. L. (transl.). The Amending of Life. With an introduction. Watkins, 1924. Cr. 8vo. PP. 92. IS. See also 673.

St Bartholomew's Church. 665. MOORE, SIR NORMAN (ed.). The Book of the Foundation of. E.E.T.S. (Bibl. 1923, 963.) Rev. by F. Holthausen in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1924, XXXV, 35-7.

St Margaret. 666. GEROULD, GORDON HALL. A New Text of the 'Passio S. Margaretæ' with Some Account of its Latin and English Relations. P. M. L. A. Am., Sept. 1924, XXXIX, 525–56. Sir Gawain. FÖRSTER, MAX. See 154.

667. MENNER, ROBERT J. Notes on 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.' M.L.R., Apr. 1924, XIX, 204-8.

668. ONIONS, C. T. Notes on 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.' N.Q., Mar. 22, 1924, CXLVI, 203–4; Apr. 5, 244–5; Apr. 19, 285-6.

669. SUMNER, LAURA (ed.). The Weddynge of Sir Gawen and Dame Ragne, with a study of the date and dialect of the Poem and its English Analogues. (Smith College Studies in Mod. Lang., v, 4.) North. Mass., 1924. pp. xxix, 39.

Sir Perceval. BROWN, ARTHUR C. L. See 607.

Sir Tristram. 670. BRUGGER, E.

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671. KELEMINA, JACOB. Geschichte der Tristansage nach den Dichtungen des Mittelalters. Wien: Hölzel, 1923. 8vo. pp. xv, 232. Kr. 85000.

672. LooMIS, ROGER SHERMAN. Bleheris and the Tristram Story. M.L.N., June 1924, XXXIX, 319-29.

673. THURNEISEN, R. Eine Irische Parallele zur Tristan-Sage. Z. f. roman. Phil., Feb. 1924, XLIII, 4.

Thomas of Britain. 674. LOOMIS, ROGER SHERMAN (trans.). The Romance of Tristram and Ysolt by Thomas of Britain. (Bibl. 1923, 973.) Rev. by John J. Parry in J. E. G. Phil., Oct. 1924, XXIII, 609–10; by L. E. Winfrey in M. Phil., May 1924, XXI, 441–2.

Wycliffe. 675. HREISA, F. England and the Bohemian Reformation (Wycliff's Ideas in Bohemia). President Masaryk in Paris, Brussels and London, in October 1923. Prague, 1924. Pp. 115-23.


676. CRAIGIE, W. A. The Earliest Records of the Scottish Tongue. Scott. Hist. Rev., Oct. 1924, XXII, 61-7.

677. DICKINS, BRUCE. Contributions to the Interpretation of Middle Scots Texts. [Henryson, Dunbar.] T.L.S., Corr., Feb. 21, 1924.



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Mythology, Legend, Saga. 681. AURNER, NELLIE SLAYTON. Hengest, a Study in Early English Hero Legend. (Bibl. 1923, 979.) Iowa, 1921. Rev. by F. Liebermann in Anglia Beibl., Mar. 1924, XXXV, 65-7.

682. BLOCH, MARC (ed.). La Vie de S. Édouard le Confesseur par Osbert de Clare. Analecta Bollandiana XLI, 5–131 (1923). Rev. by Gordon Hall Gerould in J. E. G. Phil., July 1924, XXIII, 441-4.

683. BRODEUR, A. G. 'The Grateful Lion': a Study in the Development of Medieval Narrative. P. M. L. A. Am., Sept. 1924, XXXIX, 485-524.

684. Calendar of Early Mayors' Court Rolls preserved among the Archives of the Corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall, A.D. 1298–1307. Edited by A. H. THOMAS, Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1924. 10 × 61. pp. xlv, 304. 15s. Rev. in T.L.S., Oct. 23, 1924. See 703.

685. DUNCAN, THOMAS SHEARER. The Weasel in Religion, Myth and Superstition. Washington Univ. Studies, Oct. 1924, Humanistic Ser., XII, 33-66.

GORDON, GEORGE. The Trojans in Britain. See 63.

686. HERRMANN, PAUL. Die Heldensagen des Saxo Grammaticus. Erläuterungen zu den ersten neun Büchern. II. Teil. Leipzig: Engelmann, 1922. 8vo. pp. xxiv, 668. Rev. by W. Golther in Literaturblatt, Jan.-Mar. 1924, XLV, 29–31.

687. KRAPPE, Alexander HAGGERTY. The Legend of Roderick Last of the Visigothic Kings and the Ermanarich Cycle. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1923. 8vo. pp. 64. Rev. by John Van Horne in J. E. G. Phil., Apr. 1924, XXIII, 323-4.


Studies on the Seven Sages of Rome. Archivum Romanicum, VIII, 386–407.

689. LIESTØL, KNUT. Dei nordiske segnene um Verland og Vidrek Verlandson. Maal og Minne (Kristiania), 1924, 65–80.

690. MCCARTNEY, EUGENE S. The Plant Almanac and Weather Bureau. Classical Weekly, Jan. 28, 1924, XVII, 105-8.

691. MAJOR, ALBANY F. Ship Burials in Scandinavian Lands and the Beliefs that underlie them. Folk-Lore, June 1924, XXXV, 113–50. 692. MATTER, HANS. Englische Gründungssagen von Geoffrey von Monmouth bis zur Renaissance. (Bibl. 1922, 1036; 1923, 983.) Rev. by F. Holthausen in Anglia Beibl., Feb. 1924, XXXV, 40–2.

693. SCHÜTTE, GUDMUND. Danish Paganism. [Review of 'Hjemligt Hedenskab' (1919) and 'Dänisches Heidentum' (1923).] FolkLore, Dec. 1924, XXXV, 360-71.

SINGER, DR CHARLES. Early English Magic and Medicine. See 55. 694. SPARNAAY, H. Verschmelzung legendarischer und weltlicher

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695. STEEL, ROBERT. Medieval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus. With a Preface by William Morris. (Medieval Library, xx.) London: Chatto and Windus, 1924. Cr. 8vo. pp. 208. 5s.

696. TATLOCK, JOHN S. P. Levenoth and the Grateful Dead. M. Phil., Nov. 1924, XXII, 211–14.

697. TAYLOR, ARCHER. Northern Parallels to the Death of Pan. (Bibl. 1923, 990.) Rev. by Alexander Haggerty Krappe in J. E. G. Phil., Jan. 1924, XXIII, 125-7.

698. THORNDIKE, LINN. A History of Magic and Experimental Science During the First Thirteen Centuries of Our Era. (Bibl. 1923, 991.) Rev. by Stephen H. Bush in Philol. Quart., Jan. 1924, III, 78-9; by Allan H. Gilbert in So. Atlantic Quart., Jan. 1924, XXIII, 79-81; by A. G. Keller in Yale Rev., Jan. 1924, XIII, 398–401; by S. Foster Damon in Dial, Jan. 1924, LXXVi, 75–8.

699. VOIGT, MAX. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Visionenliteratur im Mittelalter. 2 parts in one. Leipzig: Maier and Müller, 1924. 8vo. pp. viii, 245. M. 10. (Palæstra, no. 146.)

Art, History, Law. 700. BREMNER, ROBERT LOCKE. The Norseman in Alban. With a memoir by SIR GEORGE ADAM SMITH. Glasgow: Maclehose, 1924. 91 × 6. pp. xvii, 286. 21s. Rev. in T.L.S., Feb. 14, 1924.

701. CRISP, SIR FRANK. Mediæval gardens, 'flowering medes,' and other arrangements of herbs, flowers and shrubs grown in the Middle Ages: with some account of Tudor, Elizabethan and Stuart gardens. Ed. by his daughter, C. CHILDS PATERSON. Illus. from original sources collected by the author. 2 vols. Lane, 1924. 11 × 82. Vol. 1. pp. xiv, 140. 225 plates. Vol. II. 314 plates only. 126s.

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705. DAVIES, R. TREVOR. A Sketch of the History of Civilisation in Mediaeval England, 1066-1500. Macmillan, 1924. 71 × 51. pp. xi, 336. 6s. Rev. in T.L.S., July 31, 1924.

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