"The sege off Melayne" and "The romance of Duke Rowland and Sir Otuell of Spayne," now for the first time printed from the unique ms. of R. Thornton, in the British Museum, ms. Addit. 31,042, together with a fragment of "The song of Roland," from the unique ms. Lansd. 388. Ed. by Sidney J. Herrtage ...
|Main Author:||Herrtage, Sidney J. H.|
London, Pub. for the Early English Text Society, by N. Trübner & Co., 1880.
"The sege of Melayne" seems to form an introduction to "Roland and Otuel." The latter poem is an English version of the French romance of "Otinel." cf. Introd., p. x. "The song of Roland" "is a fragment of the only known English version of the ... Chanson de Roland."--Introd., p. xviii.
xxxviii p., 1 β., 178 p.
2 fold. facsim.
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