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Thomas Hoccleve's Complaint and Dialogue|
(Early English Text Society Original Series)
by J. A. Burrow (Editor)
Early English Text Society, 2005
"This is a new edition of the first two sections and glosses
the poems more fully than before. The introduction presents
new findings about Hoccleve, whose poems have attracted much
attention in recent years." —The Publisher.
My Compleinte and Other Poems|
(Exeter Medieval Texts and Studies)
by Thomas Hoccleve (Author), Roger Ellis (Editor)
University of Exeter Press, 2001
"A selection of his works, newly edited from his own copies
and fully annotated. It provides students and other readers
new to his work with a very fair indication of his range and
achievement as original writer and translator and includes
a full Introduction and marginal glosses. It also provides
those more familiar with his work with a fuller account than
has hitherto been available of the manuscripts both of Hoccleve's
own texts and, when he was translating from Latin or French,
from his sources." —The Publisher.
The Bureaucratic Muse: Thomas Hoccleve and the Literature of Late Medieval England|
by Ethan Knapp
Pennsylvania State University Press, 2001
"The first full-length study of Hoccleve since 1968,
provides an authoritative historical and textual
treatment of this important but underappreciated
writer. Chapters focus on Hoccleve's importance
in consolidating key concepts of the literary
field such as autobiography, religious heterodoxy,
gendered identity, and post-Chaucer textuality.
This book will be of interest to scholars of
Middle English literature, autobiography, gender
studies, and the history of literary institutions."