Sarah Peverley and James SimpsonOne of a handful of texts written in the twilight years of Henry VI's reign, written in 18,782 lines of verse and seven folios of prose, offers a compelling insight into the tastes, hopes, and anxieties of a late fifteenth century gentleman who witnessed -- and all too often participated in -- each of the key events that defined his era.
Daniel Donoghue, James Simpson and Nicholas WatsonThe idea for the Bloomfield Lectures was…[to] reflect to some extent Morton Bloomfield's wide and varied interests—in literature, in the history of philosophy, in language studies, in Judaic studies.
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John Hardyng, Chronicle - Edited from British Library MS Lansdowne 204: Volume 1
The Morton W. Bloomfield Lectures, 1989-2005 - The ca. 1518 Translation and the Middle Dutch Analogue, Mariken van Nieumeghen
The Morton W. Bloomfield Lectures, 1989-2005
The Yearbook of Langland Studies 10 (1996)
The Yearbook of Langland Studies 9 (1995)