Tributes to Kathleen L. Scott: English Medieval Manuscripts and their Readers

Tributes to Kathleen L. Scott: English Medieval Manuscripts and their Readers

Edited by Marlene Villalobos Hennessy
Brepols, 2009
ISBN: 978-1-872501-08-6 

Articles include: 

Jonathan J.G. Alexander, ‘Two English Fifteenth-Century Manuscripts in the Biblioteca Estense with Illumination Attributable to the ‘Caesar Master’’

Linda L. Brownrigg, ‘Bibliography of Kathleen L. Scott’

Christopher de Hamel, ‘The Baldry Pattern Book’

Lynda Dennison, ‘Penwork Decoration and its Significance in English Manuscripts of the Fourteenth Century’

A.I. Doyle, ‘Pen-Work Flourishing of Initials in England from c.1380’

A.S.G. Edwards, ‘Books Owned by Medieval Members of the Percy Family’

J.B. Friedman, ‘The Merda Philosophorum: An English Problem’

Phillipa Hardman, ‘The Mobile Page: ‘Special Effects’ in Some Late Medieval Manuscripts’

Marlene Villalobos Hennessy, ‘Introduction: A Tribute to Kathleen Scott from Her Friends’

George R. Keiser, ‘John Lydgate’s Magnificat: Magnifying Scribal Difficulties’

Jeanne Krochalis, ‘The Newberry Library Stations of Rome Manuscript’

Ann Eljenholm Nichols, ‘‘O Vernicle’: Illustrations of an Arma Christi Poem’

Michael T. Orr, ‘Hierarchies of Decoration in Early Fifteenth-Century English Books of Hours’

Derek Pearsall, ‘Beyond Fidelity: The Illustration of Late Medieval Literary Texts’

P.R. Robinson, ‘‘Lewdecalenders’ from Lynn’

Lucy Freeman Sandler, ‘The Last Bohun Hours and Psalter’

Michael G. Sargent, ‘The Program of Illustration in National Library of Scotland, Advocates’ Library MS 18.1.7 and Pierpont Morgan Library MS 648 of Nicholas Love’s Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ

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