Dialogus inter militem et clericum, Richard FitzRalph's sermon : 'Defensio curatorum' and Methodius : 'the bygynnyng of the world and the ende of worldes', by John Trevisa, vicar of Berkeley; now first edited from the mss. Harl. 1900, St. John's College, Camb., H. 1, Add. 24194, Stowe 65, and Chetham's library, with an introduction on the description of the mss., Trevisa's life and works, and a study of the language by Aaron Jenkins Perry.
|Main Author:||Trevisa, John, d. 1402.|
|Related Names:||Perry, Aaron Jenkins. , Dubois, Pierre fl. 1300., William of Ockham ca. 1285-ca. 1349., Methodius of Olympus, Saint d. 311., FitzRalph, Richard d. 1360.|
London, Pub. for the Early English text society, by H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1925.
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Translations ascribed to Trevisa, though the editor doubts his translation of the last. The original of the Dialogus has been ascribed to Ockham and Pierre du Bois. The Methodius tract is spurious British Museum ms. Harrleian 1900 is the basic text for all three, with parallel texts of the first and last from Bertheolot's printed edition (1530?) and British Mus. Add. ms. 37049.
Bibliography: p. [xi]-xiv; Trevisa's works : p. lxxv-cxxxiii (includes a discussion of Trevisa's translation of the Bible: p. cxv-cxxiv).
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