4 edition of The Maitland quarto manuscript found in the catalog.
by Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and sons in Edinburgh and London
|Statement||ed. by W.A. Craigie|
|Series||The Scottish Text Society. [Publications. new ser -- no. 9], Scot. Text S -- n.s., 9.|
|Contributions||Arbuthnot, Alexander, 1538-1583, Pepys Library|
|LC Classifications||PR8633 .S4 n.s., no.9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 306,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||20015414|
Craigie's other publications include his editions of Scottish texts, namely, Bellenden's Scots translation () of Livy's History of Rome ( - ), The Maitland Folio Manuscript ( - ), The Maitland Quarto Manuscript (), The Asloan Manuscript ( - ), and The actis and deidis of Schir William Wallace (); and works on. The Maitland Quarto Manuscript Containing Poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Arbuthnot, and Others by William Alexander Craigie.
Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. It is a perfect literature for studying. The Maitland Quarto Manuscript: Containing Poems By Sir Richard Maitland, Arbuthnot, And . Her thesis offered an historicist reading of Gavin Douglas’ fourth prologue to his Eneados while her current research examines the Scottish response to the querelle des femmes, specifically in verse miscellanies such as the sixteenth-century Maitland Quarto and Bannatyne Manuscript.
The Maitland Quarto is a paper manuscript held in the collections of the Pepys Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, where it is MS It contains 95 poems in leaves, copied in a mixture of secretary and italic scripts, probably all the work of one hand. All but two of these poems appear to be of Scots origin, though several have English or continental : Joanna M. Martin. Fresche fontanis contains twenty-five studies presenting major new research by leading scholars in Scottish culture of the late fourteenth and fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. of The Book of the Dean of Lismore, the Maitland Quarto manuscript and The Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum. These studies are enlarged by others on key.
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Maitland Quarto Manuscript. 16th century Scottish manuscript that includes an anonymous poem in the voice of a woman who has fallen in love with another woman and desires to change sex in order to marry her. This article forms the core of Traub’s book by the same name.
The Maitland Quarto manuscript, a collection of ninety-five Older Scots poems, is housed in the Pepys Library at Magdalene College Cambridge, a long way from its likely place of origin in the highly cultured circle of a family of lairds and its associates from Lethington (now Lennoxlove) East Lothian.
1 Inscribed twice on the fly leaf of the manuscript in elegant and fashionable scripts. Vol. 1 contains the complete text of the Maitland folio manuscript from the original in the Pepysian Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge, and v. 2, a full description of the manuscript, together with textual notes, vocabulary, and other relevant matter.
Description: 2 volumes 22 cm: Series Title: Scot. Text S., new ser., 7, etc. Responsibility. Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington and Thirlstane ( – 1 August ) was a Senator of the College of Justice, an Ordinary Lord of Session from untiland notable Scottish was served heir to his father, Sir William Maitland of Lethington, East Lothian, and Thirlestane, Berwickshire, on 15 Octoberhis father being one of the casualties at the Battle of Flodden.
The Maitland Quarto Manuscript, STS (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, ); John Pinkerton, ed., Ancient Scotish Poems (London: Charles Dilly, and Edinburgh: Wm. Creech, ). Quotations are from Craigie’s edition, designated ‘MQ’, and cite the poems’ numbers there; Cited by: 2.
Maitland, Richard. & Arbuthnot, Alexander. & Craigie, William A. The Maitland quarto manuscript: containing poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Arbuthnot, and others / edited by W.A. Craigie Printed for the Society by Willam Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh ; London.
Wikipedia Citation. Scottish Text Society publications; Description: A collection of over Scottish texts dating from around to Most titles are in Scots, and include editions of poetry, drama, and prose by major Scottish writers such as John Barbour, William Dunbar, Gavin Douglas, and George Buchanan.
Full text of "The Maitland quarto manuscript: containing poems by Sir Richard Maitland, Arbuthnot, and others" See other formats. The Maitland Quarto manuscript is the smaller of a pair of books originating in the orbit of a sixteenth-century Scottish Lowlands family, the Maitlands of Lethington, whose range of interests is represented in the assorted verse brought together in these two : Julia Boffey.
The Maitland Quarto Manuscript was compiled in c in the circle of the Maitland Family of Lethington, East Lothian. It is a highly significant and rich collection of Older Scots poetry. It contains the most complete collection of the poems of Sir Richard Maitland, judge, privy counsellor, Pages: The Maitland Quarto Manuscript was compiled in c in the circle of the Maitland Family of Lethington, East Lothian.
It is a highly significant and rich collection of Older Scots poetry. Other articles where Maitland Quarto MS is discussed: Sir Richard Maitland, Lord Lethington: the smaller anthology called the Maitland Quarto MS.
The leaves of the folio and the leaves of the quarto also contain a selection of works by Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gavin Douglas, and other important poets of the period.
She is the author of Kingship and Love in Scottish Poetry, (Ashgate: Aldershot, ); and The Maitland Quarto Manuscript: A New Edition of Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys Library MS (Woodbridge: Scottish Text Society and Boydell and Brewer, ).
The Maitland Quarto (c. ) was compiled around the social circle of the Maitland Family of Lethington in East manuscript includes the most complete version of the poems of Sir Richard Maitland, who was Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland to Mary Queen of : David Moses.
"A Methodology for Reading Against the Culture: Anonymous, Women Poets, and the Maitland Quarto Manuscript (c)".
in Sarah M. Dunnigan, C. Marie Harker, and Evelyn S. Newlyn, eds. Woman and the Feminine in Medieval and Early Modern Scottish Writing.
Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan. Fresche Fontanis contains twenty-five studies presenting major new research by leading scholars in Scottish culture of the late fourteenth and fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries.
The three-part collection includes essays on the prominent writers of the period: James I, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, John Bellenden, David Lyndsay, John Stewart of Baldynneis,Pages: Scotland. Historians should surely rejoice that a book by one of their number enjoys such long-term relevance.
Miles Kerr-Peterson, University of Glasgow DOI: /inr The Maitland Quarto: A New Edition of Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys Library MS Edited by Joanna M.
Martin. Scottish Text Society 5th series, no. The Maitland quarto manuscript, (Edinburgh and London, Printed for the Society by W. Blackwood and sons, ), by William A. Craigie, Alexander Arbuthnot, Sir Richard Maitland, and Pepys Library. Manuscript (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Northern numbers: being representative selections from certain living Scottish poets.Hardcover with dustjacket, pages, illustrated throughout, ".covers the northern Adirondacks, especially Franklin County, like the proverbial tent and includes historical and funfare for the entire family," the former owner's name is present on the first end-paper and a gift inscription is present on the third end-paper, book is clean and.Note: The Medieval Murderers books were written with Philip Gooden, Susanna Gregory, Michael Jecks, Bernard Knight, Ian Morson and C.J.
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