About the electronic
version: Text Archive Conversion to TEI-conformant markup: University
of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center : http://etext.virginia.edu/mideng.browse.html,
Cha2Can Available from: Oxford Text Archive no. OTA U-1678-C 1993.
About the print
version The works of Geoffrey Chaucer Geoffrey Chaucer 2nd. ed. editor:
F.N. Robinson : Houghton Mifflin Boston, Mass. 1957
Book of the Duchess - An online Beta version of the text.
Criseyde (under construction) - The Project Gutenberg Etext of Chaucer's
Troilus and Criseyde. This electronic edition was edited, proofed, and
prepared by Douglas B. Killings (DeTroyes@AOL.COM), March 1995. Additional
assistance provided by Diane M. Brendan, andd prepared for distribution
on the world Wide Web by James M. Dean University of Delaware, Newark,
Online Chaucer Bibliography - Information on how to access the online
Chaucer bibliography via telnet or similar service (not web accessable
and the Currency of the Word: Money, Images, and Reference in Late Medieval
Poetry - An online edition courtesy of the author.
Piers Plowman Electronic Archives - An online collection of Piers
Plowman manuscript images.
to Can Grande"- Prepared by Jim Dean from James Marchand's E-Text.
Latin with Marchand's translation and notes.
Barlow Lectures on Dante's Epistle to Can Grande- This is the first
in the series of Barlow Lectures delivered at University College London
on 17-18 March 1993 by Professor Robert Hollander of Princeton University.
of the Dante Society of America
of Green- BL MS Harley 2255, ff. 153-56.A Selection from the Minor
Poems of Dan John Lydgate, ed. James Orchard Halliwell, Percy Society
2 (London: Percy Society, 1840), pp 199-205. E-Text prepared by Jim Dean
from Juris Lidaka.
a Park"- Text prepared by Juris Lidaka and prepared in HTML by Jim
Dean MS Harley 2255, ff. 150v-151v.
Anthology of Middle English Literature - An excellent anthology of
Chaucer, Gawain, Langland, Julian of Norwich, Margery Kempe, Malory, Everyman,
Lyrics, plays, essays and sources.(Most works in Middle English w/ optional
translations--n.b. Some texts are of uncertain origin.)
Middle English Text Series- The goal of the TEAMS Middle English text
series is to make available to teachers and students texts which occupy
an importantplace in the literary and cultural canon but which have not
been readily available in student editions. E-Texts include:
Arthure, The Assembly of Ladies, The Avowyng of Arthur, The Awntyrs off
Arthur, The Carle of Carlisle, Emaré, Erle of Toulous, The Floure and
the Leafe, The Greene Knight, The Isle of LadiesJack Upland, The Jeaste
of Sir Gawain, King Arthur and King Cornwall, The Knightly Tale of Gologras
and Gawain, Lancelot of the Laik, Lay le Freine, The Marriage of Sir Gawain,
Selections from The Middle English Metrical Paraphrase of the Old Testament,
The Story of Jephthah's Daughter, The Story of Judith, The Pistel of Swete
Susan, Ralph the Collier, The Siege of Milan, Sir Cleges, Sir Degaré,
Sir Gawain and the Carle of Carlisle, Sir Gowther, Sir Launfal, Sir Orfeo,
Sir Perceval of Galles, Sir Tristrem, Stanzaic Morte Arthur, The Storie
of Asneth, The Sultan of Babylon, The Turke and Sir Gawain, The Wedding
of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnelle, Why I Can't Be a Nun, Ywain and Gawain
The Middle English Collection at the Electronic Text Center, UVa A
collection of E-Texts, most of which were provided by the Oxford Text
Archive. Collection includes the following:
An anthology of
Chancery English; The York plays; PearlOctovian (Lincoln,
MS 91); The siege of Jerusalem; The Owl and the nightingale;
The Towneley plays; Sawles warde; The Harley lyrics;
Octovian (Cambridge MS Ff.2.38); Everyman; The alliterative
Morte Arthure; Sir Gawain and the Green Knight; Chaucer's Troilus
and Criseyde (Windeatt edition), The Canterbury tales (Robinson
edition); Dunbar's, The tretis of the twa mariit women and the wedo;
Gower's Confessio amantis; Henryson's The testament of Cresseid,
The minor poems of Robert Henryson, The morall fabillis of Esope
the Phrygian, Orpheus and Eurydice; Langland's The vision of
Piers Plowman; Layamon's Brut (MS Cotton Otho), Brut
(MS Cotton Caligula); and the Paston letters and papers of the fifteenth
Online Journals and Bibliographies
A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies R. Allen Shoaf,
Editor | Judith P. Shoaf, Managing Editor.
General Medieval Text Sites
- An online presentation of manuscripts through Oxford and University
of Kentucky online preservation projects.
Decameron Web- An excellent interactive site devoted to the text and
historical, religious, social, and artistic context of the Decameron (including
Online Manuscripts - An catalog of (with links to) fully digitized manuscripts currently available on the web.CMRS - UCLA.