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Product Description: At a seminar in April 2002 at Trinity College Dublin, marking the retirement of Professor Corinna Salvadori, former students, recent graduates, colleagues and friends contributed papers on a variety of subjects. The occasion also celebrated nearly 250 years of teaching Italian in Trinity College and remembered some of those who had made distinguished contributions to its history...read more

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9781846820250 | Four Courts Pr Ltd, May 26, 2006, cover price $65.00 | About this edition: At a seminar in April 2002 at Trinity College Dublin, marking the retirement of Professor Corinna Salvadori, former students, recent graduates, colleagues and friends contributed papers on a variety of subjects.

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Product Description: Essays published in honour of the Trinity College-based scholar who has been at the forefront of Middle English studies in Ireland for many years. Contents as follows: David Aers on the Testimony of William Thorpe - Valerie Allen on tournament and toxophily in late-medieval England - Julia Boffey on Chaucer's fortune in the 1530s - John A...read more
By Anne Marie D'Arcy (editor), Alan J. Fletcher (editor) and V. J. Scattergood (editor)

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9781851829293 | Four Courts Pr Ltd, November 1, 2005, cover price $74.50 | About this edition: Essays published in honour of the Trinity College-based scholar who has been at the forefront of Middle English studies in Ireland for many years.

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Product Description: Four stresses, a line broken in two by a caesura, and a pattern of alliteration linking the two half-lines were features of the staple manner of Anglo-Saxon verse. And this tradition of writing continued into post-Conquest England, sometimes providing a distinctive alternative to rhymed or stanzaic verse, sometimes coexisting with it, occasionally a little uneasily...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9781851825653 | Four Courts Pr Ltd, November 1, 2000, cover price $70.00 | About this edition: Four stresses, a line broken in two by a caesura, and a pattern of alliteration linking the two half-lines were features of the staple manner of Anglo-Saxon verse.

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