Specimens of early English metrical romances, chiefly written during the early part of the fourteenth century; to which is prefixed an historical introduction, intended to illustrate the rise and progress of romantic composition in France and England 1

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v. 1. Introduction. Appendix, no. I. Analysis of the work of Alphonsus De clericali disciplinâ (Bibl. reg. 10. B. XII.) communicated by Mr. Douce. Appendix, no. II. Translation of the Lays of Marie [de France] Romances relating to Arthur: Merlin. Morte Arthur.--v. 2. Saxon romances: Guy of Warwick. Sir Bevis of Hamptoun. Anglo-Norman romance: Richard Cur de Lion. Romances relating to Charlemagne: Roland and Ferragus. Sir Otuel. Sir Ferumbras.--v. 3. Romances of Oriental origin: The seven wise masters. Miscellaneous romances: Florice and Blauncheflour. Robert of Cysille. Sir Isumbras. Sir Traimour. Lyfe of Ipomydon. Sir Eglamour of Artois. Lay le Fraine. Sir Eger, Sir Grahame, and Sir Gray-steel. Sir Degoré. Roswal and Lillian. Amys and Amylion
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