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Chaucer and Loll . . . Wycliffism

Two recent essays on Chaucer’s possible use of the Wycliffite Bible. Amanda Holton, in “Which Bible did Chaucer Use?: The Biblical Tragedies in the Monk’s Tale”, argues that Chaucer did not, at least for the Monk’s Tale, in part because current accepted dates for the completion of the Bible and the Tale mean that it […]

Website updates

A new webpage, the Glossa Ordinaria, has been added as a sub-page to the Bibliography of Primary Sources. This contains .pdfs of a full copy of the Glossa, an edition printed in Venice in 1603. The advantage that this has over the version in the Patrologia Latina is that this has prologues by Hieronymous and […]