Table of contents for Codex ashmole 61 : a compilation of popular Middle English verse / edited by George Shuffelton.

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 Acknowledgments vii
 Introduction 1
 Codex Ashmole 61: A Compilation of Popular Middle English Verse 
 1. Saint Eustace 19
 2. Right as a Ram's Horn 30
 3. How the Wise Man Taught His Son 32
 4. How the Good Wife Taught Her Daughter 35
 5. Sir Isumbras 39
 6. The Ten Commandments 59
 7. Stans Puer ad Mensam 60
 8. Dame Courtesy 67
 9. Latin Epigram 70
 10. The Rules for Purchasing Land 70
 11a. Latin Epigram 71
 11b. Latin Epigram 71
 12. An Evening Prayer 71
 13. A Morning Prayer 72
 14. The Ten Commandments (False Start) 73
 15. A Prayer to Mary 73
 16. The Debate of the Carpenter's Tools 74
 17. A Prayer at the Levation 80
 18. The Knight Who Forgave His Father's Slayer 81
 19. The Erle of Tolous 83
 20. Lybeaus Desconus 111
 21. Sir Corneus 164
 22. The Jealous Wife 170
 23. The Incestous Daughter 180
 24. Sir Cleges 185
 25. The Feasts of All Saints and All Souls 198
 26. The King and His Four Daughters 211
 27. Ypotis 221
 28. The Northern Passion 232
 29. The Short Charter of Christ 273
 30. The Lament of Mary 274
 31. The Dietary 276
 32. Maidstone's Seven Penitential Psalms 279
 33. Stimulus Consciencie Minor 309
 34. The Stations of Jerusalem 329
 35a. The Sinner's Lament 347
 35b. The Adulterous Falmouth Squire 350
 36. The Legend of the Resurrection 355
 37. Saint Margaret 370
 38. The Wounds and the Sins 384
 39. Sir Orfeo 385
 40. Vanity 399
 41. King Edward and the Hermit 400
 Explanatory Notes 413
 Textual Notes 597
 Bibliography 629
 Glossary 649

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English poetry -- Middle English, 1100-1500.