2 edition of Hali meidenhad found in the catalog.
Microform reprint of ed. originally published: London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1922.
|Statement||edited by the late F.J. Furnivall ; being a revised edition of no.18 of the Original Series, Hali Meidenhad, from ms. Cotton Titus D.XVIII, ... edited by Oswald Cockayne.|
|Series||Early English Text Society -- no.18|
|Contributions||Furnivall, FrederickJames, 1825-1910., Cockayne, Oswald., Early English Text Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (ca. 20 fr. each)|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Hali meidenhad Paperback – January 1, by. Hali Hali meidenhad. Hali Meidhad ("A Letter on Virginity") Read through the introduction, PW xiv-xx.
Note once again that Hali Meidhad is not "original" in the modern sense, since "almost everything in it has a direct source or at least a precedent in earlier and contemporary Latin writings" (PW xv).
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Hali Meidenhad (An Alliterative Homily of the Thirteenth Century) [Oxford, and Ms. Cotton Titus D Ms. Bodley 34] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Edited by F. Furnivall. Being a revised edition of No. 18 of the original series, Hali Meidenhad, XVIIIAuthor: Ms. Bod Oxford, and Ms.
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Hali meidenhad. English & Middle English. Hali Hali meidenhad book an alliterative homily of the thirteenth century. New York, Greenwood Press  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frederick James Furnivall; Thomas Oswald Cockayne.
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Book, Print in English Hali meidenhad: an alliterative homily of the thirteenth century. From ms. Bod Oxford and Cotton ms. Titus D. 18, British museum Ed. by the late F. Furnivall. Being a revised edition of no. 18 of the Original series, Hali meidenhad, from ms. Cotton Titus D.
XVIII ed. by Oswald Cockayne. Hali meidenhad: from Ms. Cott. Titus D. XVIII. fol. An alliterative homily of the thirteenth century by Cockayne, Thomas Oswald, M cites Gregory’s Regula Pastoralis, Book 3, Chap as the likely source for this passage (p. 37n10/14–15): Hinc est enim quod peritus medicinae coelestis Apostolus non tam sanos instituit, quam infirmis medicamenta monstravit, dicens: ‘De quibus scripsistis mihi: Bonum est homini mulierem non tangere; propter fornicationem autem.
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The theoretical basis of the study, which incorporates new historicism, genre analysis, cultural studies, and traditional source investigation, makes the book important for medievalists.
About this Item: Hali, London, Paperback. Condition: Fair. First Edition. quarto paperbound magazine, bound in pictoral paper covers, light soiling and wear to covers. light dampstain at bottom and top edges with many pages once adhered to each other, the separation causing some loss to text and images, but minimally so, otherwise contents good.
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An edition of the early Middle English work called in one of its two early-thirteenth-century manuscripts 'Epistel of Meidenhad' (letter on virginity), offering a critical text drawing on both manuscripts. It also includes an extended introduction discussing its historical, theological, and literary context, notes on the text, and a full glossary.
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Edwards moves discussions of representations of rape forward by focusing on the hermeneutically complex role survival of sexual violence plays in medieval literary works as varied as the early Middle English treatise on virginity Hali Meidenhad and Chaucer's The Wife of Bath's Tale.
Providing.After the NOrman conquest, women and the lower classes became the primary audiences for English, as opposed to Latin or French, literature. Among the works written for female audiences are the hitherto neglected "AB texts": three female saints' lives, a tract on virginity, a homily, and a guide for anchoresses.
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