By the Poet LaureateThe Alliterative Morte Arthure - the title given to a four-thousand line poem written sometime around 1400 - was part of a medieval Arthurian revival which... Læs mere
Two gloriously silly, critically acclaimed pantomimes for young audiences - easily adaptable for schools and large casts.
An analysis of the ways in which Chaucer uses details of costume, clothing and fabric, enhancing our understanding of and shedding fresh insights into his work.
Latest volume in a series which is "a monumental achievement" REVIEW OF ENGLISH STUDIES
This volume provides a combined index to the first 20 volumes of Index of Middle English Prose. In the absence of a searchable electronic database... Læs mere
Fresh contributions to the study of medieval manuscripts, texts, and their creators.
An examination of the themes of pain and compassion in key Renaissance writers, at a time when religious attitudes to suffering were changing.
A comparative reading of the "literary" works of Thomas Walsingham, highlighting his reaction to contemporary historical events.