The Alliterative Revival: Bibliography

This is a "Warts and All" bibliography and has not been maintained since 1998. Many thanks to Marley Washum for her work on this list.

Aertsen, H. "The Use of Dialect Words in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." One Hundred Years of English Studies in Dutch Universities: Seventeen Papers Read at Centenary Conference. Ed. G. H. V. Bunt et al. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987. 173-185.

Barron, W. R. J. "Alliterative Romance and the French Tradition." Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays. Ed. David Lawton. Cambridge,Eng.: Brewer, 1982. 70-87.

Bennett, J. A. W. "Survival and Revivals of Alliterative Modes." Leeds Studies in English 14 (1983): 26-43.

Benskin, Michael and M. L. Samuels, eds. So Meny People, Longages and Tonges: Philological Essays in Scots and Medieval English Presented to Angus McIntosh. Edinburgh: Authors, 1981.

Blake, N. F. "Middle English Alliterative Revivals." Review 1 (1979): 205-14.

Blake, N. F. "Rhythmical Alliteration." Modern Philology 67 (1970).

Bolton, W. F., ed. The New History of Literature, Vol. I: The Middle Ages. New York: Peter Bedrick, 1986.

Bunt, G. H. V., et al, eds. One Hundred Years of English Studies in Dutch Universities: Seventeen Papers Read at Centenary Conference. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987.

Cable, Thomas. The English Alliterative Tradition. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1991.

Cable, Thomas. "Middle English Meter and Its Theoretical Implications." The Yearbook of Langland Studies 2 (1988): 47-69.

Cable, Thomas. "Standards from the Past: The Conservative Syllable Structure of the Alliterative Revival." TSL 31 (1989): 42-56.

Chism, Christine Nuhad. "Baronial Histrionics: Animating the Past in the Alliterative Revival." Diss. Duke U, 1992. DAI 54 (1993): 1354A.

Creekmore, Hubert. Lyrics of the Middle Ages. New York: Grove, 1959.

Day, M. "Strophic Division in Middle English Alliterative Verse." Englische Studien 66 (1931).

Duggan, Hoyt N. "Alliterative Patterning as a Basis for Emendation in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Studies in the Age of Chaucer 8 (1986): 73-105.

Duggan, Hoyt N. "Final -e and the Rhythmic Structure of the B-Verse in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Modern Philology 86.2 (1988): 119-45.

Duggan, Hoyt N. "The Shape of the B-Verse in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Speculum 61.3 (1986): 564-592.

Duggan, Hoyt N. "Stress Alignment in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 89.3 (1990): 309-29.

Edwards, A. S. G. "Editing and the Teaching of Alliterative Poetry." Aestel 1 (1993): 1-17.

Elliott, R. W. V. "Landscape and Rhetoric in Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Melbourne Critical Review 4 (1961).

Fein, Susanna Greer. "Form and Continuity in the Alliterative Tradition: Cruciform Design and Double Birth in Two Stanzaic Poems." Modern Language Quarterly 53.1 (1992): 100-125.

Fein, Susanna Greer. "The Ghoulish and the Ghastly: A Moral Aesthetic in Middle English Alliterative Verse." Modern Language Quarterly 48.1 (1987): 3-19.

Field, Rosalind. "The Anglo-Norman Background to Alliterative Romance." Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays. Ed. David Lawton. Cambridge, Eng.: Brewer, 1982. 54-69.

Fifield, M. "Thirteenth-Century Lyrics and the Alliterative Tradition." JEGP 62 (1963).

Frankis, John. "Word-Formation by Blending in the Vocabulary of Middle English Alliterative Verse." Five Hundred Years of Words and Sounds: A Festschrift for Eric Dobson. Ed. Eric Gerald Stanley and Gray Douglas. Cambridge, Eng.: Brewer, 1983. 29-38.

Hall, Joan H., Nick Doane, and Dick Ringler, eds. Old English and New: Studies in Language and Linguistics in Honor of Frederic G. Cassidy. New York: Garland, 1992.

Hulbert, J. R. "A Hypothesis Concerning the Alliterative Revival." Modern Philology 28 (1931).

Hulbert, J. R. "Quatrains in Middle English Alliterative Poems." Modern Philology 48 (1951).

Irving, Edward B., Jr. "Alliterative Literature." Approaches to Teaching Sir Gawain and The Green Knight. Ed. Miriam Youngerman Miller and Jane Chance. New York: MLA, 1986. 188-190.

Jack, R. D. S. and Craig Cairns, eds. The History of Scottish Literature, I: Origins to 1660 (Mediaeval and Renaissance). Aberdeen: Aberdeen UP, 1988.

Lawton, David A. "The Diversity of Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Leeds Studies In English 20 (1989): 143-172.

Lawton, David A., ed. Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays. Cambridge, Eng.: D. S. Brewer, 1982.

Lawton, David A. "The Unity of Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Speculum 58.1 (1983): 72-94.

Leonard, W. E. "The Scansion of Middle English Alliterative Verse." University of Wisconsin Studies in Language & Literature 11 (1920).

Levy, Bernard S. and Paul E. Szarmach, eds. The Alliterative Tradition in the Fourteenth Century. Kent: Kent State UP, 1981.

Lopez, Longino Luis. "The Rhetoric of Reward in Middle English Alliterative Dream Poetry." DAI 46 (1986): 1937A.

Matonis, Anne T. E. "Middle English Alliterative Poetry." So Meny People, Longages And Tonges: Philological Essays in Scots and Mediaeval English Presented to Angus McIntosh. Ed. Michael Benskin and M. L. Samuels. Edinburgh: Authors, 1981. 341-354.

Matonis, Anne T. E. "A Reexamination of the Middle English Alliterative Long Line." Modern Philology 81.4 (1984): 339-360.

McIntosh, Angus. "Early Middle English Alliterative Verse." Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays. Ed. David Lawton. Cambridge, Eng.: Brewer, 1982. 20-33.

Miller, Miriam Youngerman and Jane Chance, eds. Approaches to Teaching Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. New York: MLA, 1986.

Moorman, Charles. "The English Alliterative Revival and the Literature of Defeat." The Chaucer Review 16.1 (1981): 85-100.

Moorman, Charles. "The Origins of the Alliterative Revival." Southern Quarterly 7 (1969).

Moriya, Yasuyo. "A Metrical Analysis of Middle English Alliterative Poetry." Diss. U of Cincinnati, 1994. DAI 55 (1995): 3522A-23A.

Oakden, J. P. Alliterative Poetry in Middle English. Two volumes in one. 1930, 1935. Hamden, CN: Archon, 1968.

Pearsall, Derek. "The Alliterative Revival: Origins and Social Backgrounds." Middle English Alliterative Poetry and Its Literary Background: Seven Essays. Ed. David Lawton. Cambridge, Eng.: Brewer, 1982. 34-53.

Pearsall, Derek. "The Origins of the Alliterative Revival." The Alliterative Tradition in the Fourteenth Century. Ed. Bernard S. Levy and Paul Szarmach.. Kent: Kent State UP, 1981. 1-24.

Pyle, F. "The Place of Anglo-Norman in the History of English Versification." Hermathena 24 (1935).

Riddy, Felicity. "The Alliterative Revival." The History of Scottish Literature, I: Origins To 1660 (Mediaeval and Renaissance). Ed. R. D. S. Jack and Craig Cairns. Aberdeen: Aberdeen UP, 1988. 39-54.

Rosier, James L., ed. Philological Essays: Studies in Old and Middle English Language And Literature in Honour of Herbert Dean Meritt. The Hague: Mouton, 1970.

Salter, E. "The Alliterative Revival." Modern Philology 64 (1967).

Schotter, Anne Howland. "A Graduate Seminar in the Gawain Poet and the Alliterative Revival: A Stylistic Approach to Gawain." Approaches to Teaching Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Ed. Miriam Youngerman Miller and Jane Chance. New York: MLA, 1986. 182-87.

Stanley, Eric Gerald and Gray Douglas, eds. Five Hundred Years of Words and Sounds: A Festschrift for Eric Dobson. Cambridge, Eng.: Brewer, 1983.

Trounce, A. McI. "The English Tail-Rhyme Romances." Medium Ævum 1-3 (1932-4).

Vance, Eugene. From Topic to Tale: Logic and Narrativity in the Middle Ages. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1987.

Williams, D. J. "Alliterative Poetry in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries." The New History of Literature, Vol. 1: The Middle Ages. Ed. W. F. Bolton. New York: Peter Bedrick, 1986. 119-167.

Woolf, Rosemary. The English Religious Lyric in the Middle Ages. Oxford: Clarendon, 1968.

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