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Mummings and Entertainments: Bibliography

MANUSCRIPTS

Bycorne and Chychevache. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.19; London, British Library MS Harley 2251.

Disguising at Hertford. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Disguising at London. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Henry VI’s Triumphal Entry into London. London, British Library MS Cotton Cleopatra C.iv; London, British Library MS Cotton Julius B.ii.; London, British Library, MS Harley 565; London, Guildhall, MS 3313; Longleat House 257, at end of MS (stanzas 1–23 only); Rome, English College Library, MS1306 (also numbered 127 and A.347). Printed by Pynson, 1516.

Legend of St. George. Oxford, Bodleian Library MS Bodley 686; Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.21; Manchester, Chetham Library MS 6709.

Mesure Is Tresour. London, British Library, MS Harley 2255.

Mumming at Bishopswood. Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Ashmole 59.

Mumming at Eltham. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Mumming at Windsor. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Mumming for the Goldsmiths. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Mumming for the Mercers. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20. London, British Library, MS Additional 29729.

Of the Sodein Fal of Princes in Oure Dayes. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library MS Harley 2251; London, British Library MS Additional 29729.

Pageant of Knowledge. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.21; extracts, not meant for performance, in several other manuscripts.

Procession of Corpus Christi. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.20; London, British Library MS Harley 2251; London, British Library MS Additional 29729.

Soteltes at the Coronation Banquet of Henry VI. Oxford, St John’s College Library, MS 57; London, British Library, MS Cotton Julius B.i.; London, British Library, MS Lansdowne 285; London, British Library, MS Egerton 1995; London, Guildhall, MS 3313; New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, MS M.775.


In Appendix:

Margaret of Anjou’s Entry into London, 1445. London, British Library, MS Harley 3869. Transcribed by Stow, British Library, MS Harley 542.

Mumming of the Seven Philosophers. Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS R.3.19.


SOURCES AND CONTEMPORARY WORKS

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The Anonimalle Chronicle: 1333 to 1381, From a Manuscript Written at St. Mary’s Abbey, York. Ed. V. H. Galbraith. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1927.

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Ausonius, Decimus Magnus. Works. Ed. R. P. H. Green. Oxford: Clarendon, 1991.

Boethius. De Consolatione. With a trans. by S. J. Tester. Loeb Classical Library 74. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1973.

The Book of Brome. New Haven, Yale University Library, MS 365.

The Brut. Ed. Friedrich W. D. Brie. 2 vols. EETS o.s. 131, 136. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Trübner, 1906–08.

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———. “The Book of the Duchess.” In The Riverside Chaucer. Pp. 329–46.

———. “The Canterbury Tales.” In The Riverside Chaucer. Pp. 3–328.

———. “The House of Fame.” In The Riverside Chaucer. Pp. 347–73.

———. The Riverside Chaucer. Ed. Larry D. Benson. 3rd ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987.

———. “Troilus and Criseyde.” In The Riverside Chaucer. Pp. 471–585.

A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483. Ed. Nicholas H. Nicolas and Edward Tyrrell. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1827.

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Gower, John. Confessio Amantis. Ed. Russell A. Peck, with Latin translations by Andrew Galloway. 3 vols. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 2000–06.

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The Historical Collections of a Citizen of London in the Fifteenth Century. Ed. James Gairdner. Westminster: Camden Society, 1876.

Hoccleve, Thomas. The Regiment of Princes. Ed. Charles R. Blyth. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1999.

Isidore of Seville. Etymologiae sive originum. Ed. W. M. Lindsay. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1911.

———. Liber de ortu et obitu patriarcharum. Ed. J. Carracedo Fraga. Turnholt: Brepols, 1996.

John of Salisbury. Policraticus: Of the Frivolities of Courtiers and the Footprints of Philosophers. Ed. and trans. Cary J. Nederman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.

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Lambert, John J. Records of the Skinners of London, Edward I. to James I. London: The Company, 1933.

Langland, William. Piers Plowman. A Parallel-Text Edition of the A, B, C and Z Versions. Volume I. Text. Ed. A. V. C. Schmidt. London: Longman, 1995.

Lydgate, John. The Dance of Death, Edited from MSS. Ellesmere 26/A.13 and B.M. Lansdowne 699, Collated with the Other Extant MSS. Ed. Florence Warren. EETS o.s. 181. London: Oxford University Press, 1931.

———. “A Dietary, and a Doctrine for Pestilence.” In The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. Pp. 702–07.

———. Fall of Princes. Ed. Henry Bergen. 4 vols. EETS e.s. 121–24. London: Oxford University Press, 1924–27.

———. The Minor Poems of John Lydgate: Edited from All Available Manuscripts, with an Attempt to Establish the Lydgate Canon. Part II: Secular Poems. Ed. Henry Noble MacCracken. EETS o.s. 192. London: Oxford University Press, 1934.

———. The Serpent of Division. [See p. 101, note to lines 517–23.]

———. “Stans puer ad mensam.” In The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. Pp. 739–44.

———. “Title and Pedigree of Henry VI.” In The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. Pp. 613–22.

———. Troy Book: Selections. Ed. Robert R. Edwards. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1998.

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The N-Town Plays. Ed. Douglas Sugano. With assistance by Victor I. Scherb. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 2007.

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Redman, Robert. Vita Henrici Quinti. In Memorials of Henry the Fifth, King of England. Ed. Charles Augustus Cole. London: Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts, 1858. Pp. 1–59.

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———. A Survey of London: Reprinted from the Text of 1603. Ed. Charles Lethbridge Kingsford. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon, 1908.

A Tretise of Miraclis Pleyinge. Ed. Clifford Davidson. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1993.

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EDITIONS

Brown, Carleton. “Lydgate’s Verses on Queen Margaret’s Entry into London.” Modern Language Review 7 (1912): 225–31. [Margaret’s Entry]

Dodsley, Robert. A Select Collection of Old Plays. 2nd ed. Ed. Isaac Reed. 12 vols. London: H. Hughs, 1780. [Bycorne]

Forbes, Derek. Lydgate’s Disguising at Hertford Castle: The First Secular Comedy in the English Language. West Sussex: Blot Publishing, 1998. [Hertford]

Halliwell, James Orchard, ed. A Selection from the Minor Poems of Dan John Lydgate. London: C. Richards for the Percy Society, 1840. [Bycorne; Henry VI’s Entry; Mesure is Tresour; Procession of Corpus Christi]

Kingsford, Charles L., ed. Chronicles of London. Oxford: Clarendon, 1905. [Entry]

Kipling, Gordon. “The London Pageants for Margaret of Anjou: A Medieval Script Restored.” Medieval English Theatre 4 (1982): 5–27. [Margaret’s Entry]

The Minor Poems of John Lydgate. Ed. Henry Noble MacCracken. 2 vols. EETS o.s. 192, e.s. 107. London: Oxford University Press, 1911–34. [Vol. 2 contains all but Bishopswood, Margaret’s Entry, St. George, and Seven Philosophers]

Malcolm, James P. Londinium Redivivum, or an Antient History and Modern Description. London: J. Nicholas, 1803. [modernization of Entry]

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Norton-Smith, John, ed. John Lydgate: Poems. Oxford: Clarendon, 1966. [Bishopswood]

Robbins, Rossell Hope. Historical Poems of the XIVth and XVth Centuries. New York: Columbia University Press, 1959. [Sodein Fal]

———. Secular Lyrics of the XIVth and XVth Centuries. Oxford: Clarendon, 1955. [Seven Philosophers]


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES

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———. “A Lydgate Bibliography, 1926–68.” Bulletin of Bibliography and Magazine Notes 27 (1970): 95–98.

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SELECTED CRITICISM

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Barney, Stephen A. “The Plowshare of the Tongue: The Progress of a Symbol from the Bible to Piers Plowman.” Medieval Studies 35 (1973): 261–93.

Barron, Caroline M. London in the Later Middle Ages: Government and People, 1200–1500. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

———. The Medieval Guildhall of London. London: Corporation of London, 1974.

———. “The Quarrel of Richard II with London 1392–7.” In The Reign of Richard II: Essays in Honour of May McKisack. Ed. F. R. H. Du Boulay and Caroline M. Barron. London: Athlone Press, 1971. Pp. 173–201.

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Benson, C. David. “Civic Lydgate: The Poet and London.” In Scanlon and Simpson, pp. 147–68.

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Binski, Paul. The Painted Chamber at Westminster. London: Society of Antiquaries, 1986.

Boffey, Julia. “Lydgate’s Lyrics and Women Readers.” In Women, the Book and the Worldly: Selected Proceedings of the St. Hilda’s Conference, 1993. Ed. Lesley Smith and Jane H. M. Taylor. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1995. Pp. 139–49.

———. “Short Texts in Manuscript Anthologies: The Minor Poems of John Lydgate in Two Fifteenth-Century Collections.” In The Whole Book: Cultural Perspectives on the Medieval Miscellany. Ed. Stephen G. Nichols and Siegfried Wenzel. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. Pp. 69–82.

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Brotanek, Rudolf. Die Englischen Maskenspiele. Vienna: Wilhelm Braunmüller, 1902.

Brown, Carleton. “Lydgate’s Verses on Queen Margaret’s Entry into London.” Modern Language Review 7 (1912): 225–34.

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Bryant, Lawrence M. “Configurations of the Community in Late Medieval Spectacles: Paris and London during the Dual Monarchy.” In City and Spectacle in Medieval Europe. Ed. Barbara A. Hanawalt and Kathryn L. Reyerson. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1994. Pp. 3–33.

Bühler, Curt. “Lydgate’s Horse, Sheep and Goose and Huntington MS. HM 144.” Modern Language Notes 55 (1940): 563–70.

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Cornell, Christine. “‘Purtreture’ and ‘Holsom Stories’: John Lydgate’s Accommodation of Image and Text in Three Religious Lyrics.” Florilegium 10 (1988–91): 167–78.

Crane, Susan. The Performance of Self: Ritual, Clothing, and Identity during the Hundred Years War. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.

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Davidson, Clifford. Technology, Guilds, and Early English Drama. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 1996.

Denny-Brown, Andrea. “Lydgate’s Golden Cows: Appetite and Avarice in Lydgate’s Byrcorne and Chychevache.” In Lydgate Matters: Poetry and Material Culture in the Fifteenth Century. Ed. Lisa H. Cooper and Andrea Denny-Brown. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Pp. 35–56.

DeVries, David N. “And Away Go Troubles Down the Drain: Late Medieval London and the Politics of Urban Renewal.” Exemplaria 8 (1996): 401–18.

Dobson, R. B. “The Religious Orders, 1370–1540.” In Late Medieval Oxford. Ed. J. I. Catto and Ralph Evans. Oxford: Clarendon, 1992. Pp. 539–79.

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———. “More Light on John Shirley.” Medium Aevum 30 (1961): 93–101.

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———. John Lydgate. Boston: Twayne, 1985.

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———. “John Shirley and the Emulation of Courtly Culture.” In The Court and Cultural Diversity: Selected Papers from the Eighth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, The Queen’s University of Belfast, 26 July–1 August 1995. Ed. Evelyn Mullally and John Thompson. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1997. Pp. 309–17.

———. “Lydgate Manuscripts: Some Directions for Future Research.” In Manuscripts and Readers in Fifteenth-Century England: The Literary Implications of Manuscript Study. Ed. Derek Pearsall. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 1983. Pp. 15–26.

———. “Lydgate’s Attitudes to Women.” English Studies 51 (1970): 436–37.

———. “Middle English Pageant ‘Picture’?” Notes and Queries 237 (1992): 25–26.

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Epstein, Robert. “Eating Their Words: Food and Text in the Coronation Banquet of Henry VI.” Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 36 (2006): 355–77.

———. “Lydgate’s Mummings and the Aristocratic Resistance to Drama.” Comparative Drama 36 (2002): 337–58.

Fisher, John H. “A Language Policy for Lancastrian England.” PMLA 107 (1992): 1168–80.

Floyd, Jennifer. “St. George and the ‘Steyned Halle’: Lydgate’s Verse for the London Armourers.” In Lydgate Matters: Poetry and Material Culture in the Fifteenth Century. Ed. Lisa H. Cooper and Andrea Denny-Brown. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Pp. 139–64.

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———. English Verse Between Chaucer and Surrey. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1927.

———. “Lydgate’s Mumming at Hertford.” Anglia 22 (1899): 364–74.

———. “A Reproof to Lydgate.” Modern Language Notes 26 (1911): 74–76.

———. “Two British Museum Manuscripts (Harley 2251 and Add. 34360): A Contribution to the Bibliography of John Lydgate.” Anglia 28 (1905): 1–28.

———. “Two Tapestry Poems by Lydgate: The Life of St. George and the Falls of Seven Princes.” Englische Studien 43 (1910–11): 10–26.

Hanna, Ralph, III. “Some Norfolk Women and Their Books, ca. 1390–1440.” In The Cultural Patronage of Medieval Women. Ed. June Hall McCash. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996. Pp. 288–305.

Hardman, Phillipa. “Lydgate’s Uneasy Syntax.” In Scanlon and Simpson, pp. 12–35.

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Horrox, Rosemary. “Urban Patronage and Patrons in the Fifteenth Century.” In Patronage, the Crown and the Provinces in Later Medieval England. Ed. Ralph A. Griffiths. Gloucester: Alan Sutton, 1981. Pp. 145–66.

Imray, Jean. The Mercers’ Hall. London: Mercers’ Company, 1991.

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James, Mervyn. “Ritual, Drama and Social Body in the Late Medieval English Town.” Past and Present 98 (1983): 4–29.

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———. “‘Grace in this Lyf and Aftirwarde Glorie’: Margaret of Anjou’s Royal Entry into London.” Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama 29 (1986–87): 77–84.

———. “The London Pageants for Margaret of Anjou: A Medieval Script Restored.” Medieval English Theatre 4 (1982): 5–27.

———. “Lydgate: The Poet as Deviser.” In Chaucer and the Challenges of Medievalism: Studies in Honor of H. A. Kelly. Ed. Donka Minkova and Theresa Tinkle. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2003. Pp. 73–101.

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Lerer, Seth. Chaucer and His Readers: Imagining the Author in Late Medieval England. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993.

MacCracken, Henry Noble. “King Henry’s Triumphal Entry into London, Lydgate’s Poem, and Carpenter’s Letter.” Archiv 126 (1911): 75–102.

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McNamer, Sarah. “Female Authors, Provincial Setting: The Re-Versing of Courtly Love in the Findern Manuscript.” Viator 22 (1991): 279–310.

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Mooney, Linne R. “John Shirley’s Heirs.” Yearbook of English Studies 33 (2003): 182–98.

———. “Scribes and Booklets of Trinity College, Cambridge, Manuscripts R.3.19 and R.3.21.” In Middle English Poetry: Texts and Traditions: Essays in Honour of Derek Pearsall. Ed. A. J. Minnis. York: The University of York, 2001. Pp. 241–66.

Mortimer, Nigel. John Lydgate’s Fall of Princes: Narrative Tragedy in Its Literary and Political Contexts. Oxford: Clarendon, 2005.

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Osberg, Richard H. “The Goldsmiths’ ‘Chastell’ of 1377.” Theatre Survey 27 (1986): 1–15.

———. “The Jesse Tree in the 1432 London Entry of Henry VI: Messianic Kingship and the Rule of Justice.” Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 16 (1986): 213–32.

———. “The Lambeth Palace Library Manuscript Account of Henry VI’s 1432 London Entry.” Mediaeval Studies 52 (1990): 255–67.

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———. John Lydgate (1371–1449): A Bio-Bibliography. Victoria: University of Victoria, 1997.

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