The Northern Homily Cycle: Bibliography

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The Northern Homily Cycle: Bibliography

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Carver, James E. The Northern Homily Cycle. Ph.D. dissertation. New York University, 1938.

———. “The Northern Homily Cycle, and Missionaries to the Saracens.” Modern Language Notes 53 (1938), 258–61.

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———. The Origins of the Austin Canons and Their Introduction into England. London: SPCK, 1950.

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———. “The North-English Homily Collection.” Modern Language Notes 22 (1907), 95–96.

———. Saints’ Legends. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916.

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———. Forty Gospel Homilies. Trans. Dom David Hurst. Kalamazoo, MI: Cistercian Publications, 1990.

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———. “The Authorship of the ‘Northern Homily Cycle’: The Liturgical Affiliation of the Sunday Gospel Pericopes as a Test.” Traditio 41 (1985), 289–309.

———. “Orthodoxies’ Redux: The Northern Homily Cycle in the Vernon Manuscript and Its Textu­al Affiliations.” In Pearsall. Pp. 75–87.

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———. Die Exempla aus den Sermones feriales et communes des Jakob von Vitry. Trans. Joseph Greven. Heidelberg: C. Winter, 1914.

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