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Fri Mar 21 17:11:14 2014 UTClccn-n800327350.00Autograph letters signed from W.W. Skeat, Cambridge, to F.G. Fleay0.501.00A vocabulary study of Skeat's edition of a text of Piers Plowman /4939197Walter_William_Skeatn 80032735414924Skeat.Skeat, W.Skeat, W.M., 1835-1912Skeat, W.W.Skeat, W. W. 1835-1912Skeat, W. W. (Walter William), 1835-1912Skeat, Walter.Skeat, Walter 1835-1912Skeat, Walter W.Skeat, Walter W., 1835-1912Skeat, Walter W. (Walter William), 1835-1912Skeat, Walter William.Skeat, Walter William, 1835-1912lccn-n79027228Chaucer, Geoffrey-1400trllccn-n78095389Langland, William1330?-1400?lccn-n83328814Nicolson, J. U.(John Urban)1885-trlfast-1157292Troilus (Legendary character)lccn-n79004067Alexanderthe Great356 B.C.-323 B.C.lccn-n50005625Morris, Richard1833-1894edtlccn-n50021101Barbour, John-1395fast-882862Cressida (Fictitious character)lccn-n50044011Krapp, George Philip1872-1934trllccn-n50007397Mayhew, A. L.(Anthony Lawson)1842-1916edtcreSkeat, Walter W.(Walter William)1835-1912PoetryFictionJuvenile worksDictionariesCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcRomancesLegendsTerminologyChristian pilgrims and pilgrimagesEngland--CanterburyTales, MedievalMiddle AgesChaucer, Geoffrey,English language--EtymologyChildren's stories, EnglishStorytellingEnglandCanterbury tales (Chaucer, Geoffrey)Troilus (Legendary character)English languageChristian pilgrims and pilgrimages in literatureEnglish poetryShort storiesEnglish poetry--Middle EnglishCressida (Fictitious character)Turkey--Troy (Extinct city)Trojan WarGreat books of the Western worldScotlandRobinson, F. N.--(Fred Norris),Skeat, Walter W.--(Walter William),Great BritainChristian poetry, English (Middle)English language--DialectsEnglish language--Obsolete wordsEnglish language--Early modernAuthorshipCanon (Literature)English language--Middle EnglishArthurian romancesGrailJoseph,--of Arimathea, SaintRichard--II,--King of England,Dibner, BernKent, Rockwell,Children's storiesVoyages and travelsHavelok the Dane (Legendary character)English literature--Middle EnglishRichard the RedelessLangland, William,Robert--I,--King of Scots,Piers Plowman (Langland, William)United StatesChild, Francis James,Morley, Henry,Masson, David,English philology--Study and teaching18351912184018431845184718531858186118641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013430169214362821.1PR1872ocn002571313ocn000912816ocn000617103ocn009630744ocn002025825ocn000357800ocn000359379ocn000008287ocn002887826ocn000877812ocn002782477ocn001238149ocn005212493ocn856857747ocn297253329ocn570722068ocn570705088ocn444711842ocn466281523ocn832143955ocn000594067ocn000818666ocn000909332ocn005850337ocn012323799ocn651192773ocn853081203ocn276868326ocn003054937ocn459229966ocn073776637ocn073776638ocn778681647ocn186615870ocn458888332ocn798658350ocn798308882ocn458888312ocn460207418ocn444711842ocn310806890ocn0530105202233182ocn002025277book18220.37Skeat, Walter WAn etymological dictionary of the English languageHistoryDictionariesPractical and reliable, this reference traces English words back to their Indo-European roots. Each entry features a brief definition, identifies the language of origin, and employs a few illustrative quotations. An extensive appendix includes lists of prefixes, suffixes, Indo-European roots, homonyms and doublets, and the distribution of English-language sources+-+59568134653241943145ocn009630744book18940.35Chaucer, GeoffreyThe complete works of Geoffrey ChaucerCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryThe Canterbury Tales - A Treatise on the Astrolabe - The Legend of Good Women - The Hous of Fame - Troilus and Criseyde - Boethius de Consolatione Philosophie__+-+409732159617799ocn002571313book19520.24Chaucer, GeoffreyTroilus and Cressida ; and, The Canterbury tales / by Geoffrey Chaucer, with modern English versions of both worksPoetryOriginal and modern versions in parallel columns1658169ocn000318273book18820.39Skeat, Walter WA concise etymological dictionary of the English language, by the Rev. Walter W. SkeatDictionaries+-+1745051406150352ocn000617103book18760.21Chaucer, GeoffreyCanterbury talesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionPoetryIllustrationsDramaHistorical fictionChaucer's work begins at the Tabard Inn in Southwark, England, where a group of pilgrims have assembled on their way to Canterbury. Harry Bailly, the innkeeper, suggests a contest: whoever tells the best tale will win a supper when they reach Canterbury+-+57686834653241367133ocn002887826book18670.59Langland, WilliamThe vision of William concerning Piers the PlowmanCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcPoetry+-+7905772465324111948ocn002025825book18810.59Langland, WilliamThe vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman in three parallel texts ; together with Richard the RedelessCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry86567ocn004486108book18700.70Barbour, JohnThe Bruce; or, The book of the most excellent and noble prince, Robert de Broyss, king of Scots:HistoryBiographyPoetrySources79425ocn000506614book19050.56Langland, WilliamThe vision of Piers the PlowmanPoetry78469ocn000357800book18680.63Skeat, Walter WThe lay of Havelok the DaneRomances76438ocn001890924book19140.63Skeat, Walter WA glossary of Tudor and Stuart words, especially from the dramatistsHistoryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcTerminology+-+263956896632474340ocn001404024book19110.63Skeat, Walter WEnglish dialects from the eighth century to the present day+-+423659256668247ocn002616390book18710.70Chatterton, ThomasThe poetical works of Thomas ChattertonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetry65736ocn000350836book18940.59Chaucer, GeoffreyThe student's Chaucer, being a complete edition of his worksPoetry63353ocn000877812book18650.59Early English Text SocietyLancelot of the Laik; a Scottish metrical romance, about 1490-1500 A.DLegendsRomances+-+755693893661723ocn000351142book19000.66Skeat, Walter WThe Chaucer canon, with a discussion of the works associated with the name of Geoffrey ChaucerCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography58364ocn000945272book18450.66Chaucer, GeoffreyThe Prologue, the Knightes tale, the Nonne preestes tale, from the Canterbury talesPoetry57435ocn000366441book18710.66Skeat, Walter WJoseph of Arimathie: otherwise called The romance of the Seint Graal, or Holy Grail: an alliterative poem written about A.D. 1350, and now first printed from the unique copy in the Vernon ms. at OxfordLegendsMiscellaneaRomancesSources+-+577364403532457241ocn001449677book18870.70Skeat, Walter W... Principles of English etymology55937ocn000359379book18670.66Langland, WilliamThe vision of William concerning Piers Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet, et Dobest, secundum Wit et ResounGlossaries, vocabularies, etcPoetry+-+70636440353243132ocn011186899book19850.76McMurtry, JoEnglish language, English literature : the creation of an academic disciplineHistoryBiography1648ocn003716079book19000.35Chaucer, GeoffreyThe complete works of Geoffrey ChaucerCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryThe Canterbury Tales - A Treatise on the Astrolabe - The Legend of Good Women - The Hous of Fame - Troilus and Criseyde - Boethius de Consolatione Philosophie__262ocn014186951book19240.76Chaucer, GeoffreyThe Tale of the Man of lawe; the Pardoneres tale; the Second nonnes tale; the Chanouns yemannes tale, from the Canterbury talesPoetry41ocn223550419book19120.47Chaucer, Geoffrey(Works) Complete Works31ocn012901500book18780.47Testimonials in favour of the Rev. Walter W. Skeat, M.A., for the Professorship of Anglo-Saxon at Cambridge31ocn154281295book18690.39Langland, WilliamThe vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman by William Langley (or Langland) : according to the version revised and enlarged by the author about A.D. 137732ocn221878727book18880.59Langland, WilliamThe vision of William concerning Piers the PlowmanCriticism, interpretation, etcGlossaries, vocabularies, etcPoetry21ocn038661805book18890.73The holy Gospels in anglo-saxon, northumbrian, and old mercian versions, Synoptically arranged : with collations exhibiting all the readings of all the mss., together with the early latin version as contained in the Lindisfarne ms. collated with the latin version in the Rushworth ms21ocn500201789book0.81Chaucer, GeoffreyThe story of Patient Griselda, from the Clerk's tale of Geoffrey Chaucer11ocn431988381bookFurnivall, Frederick JamesAutograph letters and cards signed and initialled from Frederick James Furnivall to various recipientsCriticism, interpretation, etcManuscriptsRecipients: Robert Browning, [James Dykes?] C[ampbell]?, W.B. Donne, Edward Dowden, F.G. Fleay, John Jeremiah, [Frank Karslake], [E.F.] Rimbault, Edward R. Russell, Mr. S[nelgrove], Mr. Thomas, [Edward Viles?], a bookseller and other unidentified persons11ocn071790527book1.00Skeat, Walter WW.W. Skeat autographed page of notesThe collection consists of one page of notes, signed, undated, headed by the number 4., having to do with the drawings of Teller and The Cambridge Ms., possibly relating to the 1902 publication of Chaucer manuscripts; crossed out on verso are discussions of the words 'Hithe' and 'Maidenhead,' both connoting a port or haven11ocn703672202book19710.47Bartak, Benjamin JRichard Chenevix Trench and Walter William Skeat : their contributions to linguistics.11ocn806308465book19070.66Chaucer, GeoffreyThe Prologue, the Knightes tale, the Nonne preestes tale, from the Canterbury talesPoetry11ocn417075287bookSkeat, Walter WAutograph letters signed from W.W. Skeat, Cambridge, to unidentified recipientRecipient of both letters is possibly Buxton Forman, based on provenance information. (1) responds to criticism of the spelling of the past participle in Skeat's editions; Skeat declares that the ending 'd is indeed ugly, but it is the spelling as he found it in the first quarto edition. Address on letters: 1, Cintra Terrace, Cambridge11ocn702153829mix1.00Lounsbury, Thomas RThomas Raynesford Lounsbury papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPersonal narrativesThe papers consist of correspondence, diaries, writings, research, notes, scrapbooks, and other materials documenting Lounsbury's personal life and professional career as an author and educator of English literature at Yale University. Correspondence with Yale colleagues, students, authors, and officials details his academic and literary interests, and activity in the areas of international language and simplified spelling. Personal materials include letters relating to Lounsbury's Civil War experiences and diaries containing brief entries from 1856-191511ocn367587311bookSkeat, Walter WAutograph letters signed from W.W. Skeat, Cambridge, to F.G. FleayBoth letters concern Skeat's request that Fleay prepare a list of all the dramatists who have used dialect. On embossed letterhed of 1, Cintra Terrace, Cambridge11ocn742014286book18740.70Luce, Harry KennethThe Gospel according to S. LukeCommentaries11ocn863349982book18780.47Testimonials in favour of the Rev. Walter W. Skeat, M.A. : a candidate for the Elrington and Bosworth Professorship of Anglo-Saxon in the University of Cambridge ; together with a list of works and essays11ocn040243725book18740.47Christie-Miller, MLetter: 1874 Sept. 14, Britwell, to David LaingRequesting a testimonial for Mr Skeat11ocn027732414book19561.00Grant, Clyde MA vocabulary study of Skeat's edition of a text of Piers Plowman+-+5956813465324+-+5956813465324Fri Mar 21 15:32:29 EDT 2014batch85107