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Literature, Medieval - History and criticism. Garmonsway, George Norman; Pearsall, Derek Albert; Waldron, R. A. Bookplateleaf. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.
Derek Pearsall is a prominent medievalist and Chaucerian who has written and published widely on Chaucer, Langland, Gower, manuscript studies, and medieval history and culture. He is the Co-director, Emeritus, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York; Gurney Professor of English Literature, Emeritus, Harvard University. in 1952 from the University of Birmingham (UK). Complete Bibliography. A complete up-to-date bibliography of Derek Pearsall's published work.
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Medieval Literature and Historical Inquiry: Essays in Honor of Derek Pearsall. Cambridge: Brewer, 2000.
Douglas Gray is an acknowledged expert in late medieval English literature. It is directed at students and beginning readers and its aim is to tell them what they need to know about literature between 1400 and c. 535.
Meale, Carol . and Pearsall, Derek, eds. Makers and Users of Medieval Books: Essays in Honour of A. S. G. Edwards.
Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1984. Barney, Stephen A. Langland’s Prosody: The State of Study. Mediæval Contributions to Modern Civilisation: A Series of Lectures Delivered at King’s College University of London. London: Harrap & C. 1921. Meale, Carol . Cambridge: D. Brewer, 2014.
Early Development While reading a book about two lovers who have been parted by death, he falls asleep and dreams he meets a black knight in the woods.
Medieval vernacular literature evolved naturally from the folktale which was a story recited, probably with the storyteller acting out different parts, before an audience. Early written medieval literature is mostly legend or folktale set down on a page rather than recited but the storyteller still needed to gather and hold an audience and so wrote in the vernacular to be understood and in poetic meter to be remembered. While reading a book about two lovers who have been parted by death, he falls asleep and dreams he meets a black knight in the woods who tells him of his own true love, their happy life together, and finally of his grief: his wife has died.